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    1 Reviews |  By FawnM

    Sweet potato noodles are nothing more than finely shredded or spiralized raw sweet potato. It has the texture of shredded coconut and makes a good al dente noodle. You can also use a zester to create shorter pieces and use in place of rice. The tangy marinara in this recipe balances the starch present in the raw potato, leaving you with a taste of old-world Italy. Please visit my Web site for the complete article with photo and additional raw food recipes.

    Recipe #447819

    Similar to many who grew up in the Pacific Northwest (more specifically on Puget Sound), I ate a lot of salmon growing up. But that means now, on a raw food diet, I crave salmon more often than other raw foodists might. The solution: A raw, vegan salmon-less spread that parallels the real deal in both taste and consistency.

    Recipe #447246

    This Sesame Kale Salad is so rich in calcium that it has more per serving than one cup of 2% milk. In fact, serving for serving, nutritionally, this recipe blows milk out of the … out of its carton. Got Sesame-Kale-Salad?

    Recipe #447237

    Contrary to popular belief, a diet of raw foods does not have to be bland, or boring. Once we remove the highly processed, salty, and overly sweetened foods found in the standard American diet we find that our taste buds perk up and introduce us to a spectrum of flavors previously undetected. The following raw food recipe for Sweet & Sour Slaw was created to celebrate a complexity of flavors as bright and uplifting to the mouth as it is to the eye.

    Recipe #447236

    For the past three years I’ve brought the New Year in with a three-day fast. And each time I’m eager to return to whole, healthy raw foods. The following recipe makes a simple yet satisfying meal that eases the transition from fast to food.

    Recipe #447234

    I included a secret ingredient to rev up a relatively common green juice recipe. The following may not be for juicing lightweights but I’m not here to detour anyone. By all means, give this green juice a GO!

    Recipe #446443

    Enjoying a raw food diet does not mean we have to forgo our favorite comfort foods. We just have to modify them. Take oatmeal for instance. Instead of using rolled oats (which are flattened, steamed and toasted), preparing “oatmeal” gives us an excuse to eat raw oat groats. I dig the chewy texture of groats and find that soaking them for 8 hours is sufficient. Feel free to soak longer for softer grains. Either way, this raw oatmeal recipe is sure to warm you from the inside.

    Recipe #446442


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