As we move through autumn towards winter time, there can be a lot of pressure on our immune systems! Healthful foods like kale, hemp, and blueberries will help keep us healthy. This Super Duper Smoothie is full of all kinds of nutritious superfoods to keep you going strong!
Seeds are a delicious, protein-rich and healthful snack. This raw spicy seed mix is easy to make, you just have to be a bit patient!
You can tell from all the vibrant colors that this delicious salad is full of nutritious vitamins and phytochemicals! Luscious reds, bright yellows, and deep greens. It’s food art!
Creamy pasta, the raw vegan way! This mushroom spinach spaghetti is a delicious way to enjoy the magic that is zucchini noodles! The cashews make for a wonderfully creamy sauce with the classic flavors of mushroom and garlic. You can easily adjust the recipe to accommodate your own preferences.
Cheesecake is kind of weird, isn’t it? I mean, it’s cake, made from cheese. What’s up with that?
Raw cheesecake is less weird, because there’s no cheese! Super delicious, not too sweet, and totally nutritious. This raw vegan lime cheesecake is made from hemp seeds, nuts, lime and coconut. Pure and delicious!
Tomorrow is Superbowl Sunday. Whether you’re a fan of the sport or not, that likely means you’ll be spending the day relaxing at home, perhaps parked in front of the TV. Or perhaps not! In any event, you may at some point find yourself wanting a simple, easy snack that you can quickly throw together. Well, why not some raw popcorn? Okay okay, so it isn’t corn and it hasn’t popped. But it serves the same function! It’s tasty, fun, and easy. So try this cauliflower “popcorn”!
A hearty green soup soothes the soul! And it’s not bad for the body, either. This yummy soup is full of only the simplest whole food ingredients, and with all that color you know it’s chock-full of nutrients, enzymes, and phytochemicals. You can substitute out pretty much any ingredient in this green soup to suit your preferences, but make sure to use lots of greens! Green soup is great for breakfast or lunch, or even for a light dinner. You can also enjoy it as a side dish if you’re enjoying a more extravagant dinner.
Do you ever find yourself missing chipotle mayo? Well no more! It turns out that cashews make a great base for raw chipotle mayo, and avocado is the perfect vessel with which to transport said “mayo” to your fortunate mouth!
This recipe looks awesome, tastes awesome, and is super easy to make. You’ve got at least 8 vegetables in this one tight package, and that means a variety of nutrients to keep your engines running clean. And of course, you’ve got all the flavor your taste buds can handle. One couldn’t wish for more.
Rich creamy Alfredo sauce over a bed of perfectly squishy noodles. Yes, of course we’re talking raw!
If you haven’t already discovered the awesome magic of zucchini noodles, prepare to have your mind blown. Those noodles in that image up there are fresh raw zucchini! But before you get too excited about that, keep in mind we’re only getting started: this recipe is all about the sauce.
A rich creamy Alfredo sauce is a real comfort food for many of us. But it’s not something which screams raw vegan — or so it would seem! With a little bit of ingenuity and some cashews there’s nothing you can’t do. Throw in some basil and some garlic, and you’re on your way to a happy evening indeed. And you can do it all in under 20 minutes.
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This Zucchini Seaweed Salad isn’t the first time we’ve featured an awesome recipe involving zucchini noodles, but it probably is the first time the noodles have been overshadowed. The real star of this meal is the seaweed.
For people not in the know, the concept of eating seaweed might seem a bit odd. For some of us, seaweed is just that spooky stuff you have to swim past in lakes sometimes or that green stuff that heaps up on beaches. But seaweed is actually super cool, and really good for you to boot.
People have been eating seaweed salad for a long time. It’s a staple in Japanese cuisine, and is prized not only for it’s unique salty taste, but for the broad range of micronutrients it packs. Seaweed isn’t actually a plant, but a multicellular algae. It’s a good source of B vitamins such as niacin and riboflavin (though not B12!), as well as copper, manganese, calcium and iron. Seaweed salad is a tasty, novel way to add some healthful vitamins and minerals, and it’s super simple to boot.