Sour cream is a bit of a divisive sauce. You either love it or…you don’t. Well, if you do, then this recipe is for you! It’s raw, it’s vegan, it’s sour cream! A little apple cider vinegar, a little lemon, and a healthy dose of spices, it’s a flavorful dip!
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Kale chips are awesome with just a bit of salt and oil. These Marinated Miso Kale Chips really crank it up to 11, though! Zesty, zippy, and oh so very flavorful. These kale chips pack a punch!
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Here’s a salad that will make you feel good, inside and out. Bright and zesty and with creamy avocados, this nutrient rich salad will put a smile on your face and a pep in your step.
There’s nothing quite like a nice chewy shiitake! No, it’s not meat: it’s better than meat! It’s a mushroom! Big juicy shiitakes perform the role of “bacon” in these delicious BLT avocado wraps.
The nori is a brilliant and unexpected combo with the BLT flavor. The combination of nori with the kind fo tex-mex flavor of the BLT makes for a delicious kind of fusion. You can also substitute collard greens for nori, if you prefer a more leafy wrap!
There’s more than one way to eat an avocado, that’s what they say! But you might not want to eat them any other way after you’ve tried these cashew cream stuffed avocados! With tamari, lemon, and nutritional yeast, the cashew cream is a tangy treat that pairs beautifully with the natural richness of the avocado. Looks fancy, tastes great! A wonderful appetizer or snack.
This truly simple recipe is a delicious way to add some healthful probiotics to your routine, and it barely takes 10 minutes! A shrub is a bit of an old-fashioned trick for creating flavorful and healthful beverages. The shrub itself is a vinegar syrup infused with fruits and herbs, which can be added to soda or other base drinks to make them so much better!
Raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar has all kinds of stimulating health benefits. It helps with digestion, keeps your skin beautiful, and is rich in nutrients and enzymes. And (used properly) it is quite delicious!
If raw vegan nori rolls with sunflower mayonnaise and tamari salsa excites you, then we’ve got two pieces of good news for you! This is the first awesome recipe from raw vegan chef Jay Halford.
Couscous! What a wonderful name for a wonderful dish. Couscous is one of the world’s most favorite foods, with a history that goes back centuries in North Africa. It’s a staple food throughout much of North Africa and the Middle East, and is also quite popular in Europe and the Mediterranean. I bet it would go great with some halvah!
This innovative raw vegan version of the classic couscous is inspired by Mediterranean flavors. It’s got capers, sundried tomatoes, parsley and (of course) olive oil! Cauliflower makes for a great couscous base, and there’s more than enough awesome rawsome ingredients to keep you nourished and delighted.
Couscous! It’s so nice, you’ll want to make it twice.
There’s nothing like a good wrap! It’s like a salad sort of, but only better. These raw vegan eggplant tomato wraps are crunchy, spicy and filled with lots of flavors! They make for a great lunch or dinner. It’s a whole new way to enjoy eggplant!
Onion rings might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of nourishing raw foods. But that’s precisely what makes this incredible raw recipe so amazing! There’s raw pizza, raw burgers, so how could we not have some raw onion rings, too? With all the raw food creativity out there, there’s no limit to what can be done with wholesome, nutritious raw foods!
One of the great advantages of salad is the opportunity to mix and math it up with whatever veggies are seasonally available. This ranch salad, inspired by the bounty of local organic farmer’s markets, can be changed up to reflect whatever greens and veggies are currently around, or whatever captures your particular fancy.
The real heart of a ranch salad is, after all, the ranch dressing. Here we have a raw vegan alternative to one of the most popular salad dressings around. With an avocado base, this is a creamy ranch salad. So take heed! if you’re the type who prefers a thinner, lighter dressing, just add more almond milk til you arrive at your own personal perfect.
Pickles are great. Fermented pickles are even greater! Just like with other fermented products, all that microbial activity means all sorts of benefits for your gut and overall health.
Of course, pretty much anything can be pickled.. But typically we mostly pickle cucumbers. What’s up with that? Let’s expand our horizons! What could be a better candidate than the mighty pickled asparagus? Pickled asparagus is a great source of Vitamin B6, calcium, zinc and magnesium, which is a great compliment to all that probiotic goodness.
Oh, and they taste freaking amazing. Some pickled garlic and chilis add an extra yummy kick to the probiotic snack, too.
Ain’t no food coloring in these red velvet bars! That beautiful hue is all from lovely beets!
Beets might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think red velvet, but really beets are quite sweet and tasty. And throw them together with some medjool dates, all sorts of coconut and a bit of vanilla, and you’ve got yourself an awesome, healthful, raw vegan dessert that everyone will love.