[notphone][twocol_one] [/twocol_one] [twocol_one_last] Ahhh the holidays.. Sticking to your raw food lifestyle doesn’t need to be tricky this Christmas. We’ve put together our guide to ensuring you can continue to indulge in your favourite raw and vegan treats during the festive season. Being vegan doesn’t mean you have to settle for second best at the…
Buddha bowls are one of my favorite dishes. They’re great because you get to combine a lot of different ingredients and get essential vitamins and minerals from the various veggies.
This delicious, probiotic kimchi has all the health benefits of fermented foods, plus the nutrients of kale! Eating fermented foods will help your digestive system, immune system, provide you with plenty of energy, and it’s a great tasting side-dish, to boot! Food and medicine aren’t two separate things, they are the same thing. So eat healthy, and enjoy some delicious kimchi!
This is maybe the closest thing to a seasonal sauerkraut I’ve come across. It’s also a great way to get the probiotic benefits with a bit of a spicy apple twist! If you’re looking for something a bit more exciting with which to invigorate your gut bacteria, or if you’re looking for a more flavorful kraut, then this spiced apple sauerkraut has your name on it!
Looking for something to do with all those pumpkin seeds you just scooped out of your jack-o-lantern? Well how about use them as a garnish on a delicious salad as colorful as autumn itself?
This slaw isn’t fermented, but that means you can whip it up easily in just a few minutes without any preparation. However, if you like to make your own “real” coleslaw, you can substitute that for the 2 cups of cabbage for an even tangier rainbow slaw!
We all love a little bit of color in our lives. And not just because it delights our eyes. Deep vibrant colors in foods are usually a sign of healthful nutrients and phytochemicals. And this cabbage salad has got all sorts of colors! Cabbage, for instance, has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and will help your…
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Here’s a salad with summertime in mind. Sweet juicy mandarin oranges, crunchy cashews, creamy avocado and all sorts of delicious and nutritious colorful veggies! Like any good salad, this one’s got all sorts of flavors and textures mixing together into one exquisite whole.
Make sure you slice those Brussels sprouts super thin. A mandolin is a good method if you’ve got one.
For the dressing, adjust it to suit your taste! As many a refrigerator can attest, everyone has their own specific preferences when it comes to dressings. Some like i sweeter, some not so much. So adjust accordingly!
There’s nothing as refreshing as a fresh, crispy veggie wrap. With such a diversity of ingredients, these rainbow wraps are light and yummy, but also super nutritious and healthful.
You can make any sorts of substitutions you like with this highly flexible recipe. Fill your wraps with whatever veggies you’ve got handy. The currants make a particularly nice sweet and tart addition, but you can substitute for raisins or even other dried fruits if you choose.
These wraps are a bit different than most, in that the veggies take the form of a kind of cous cous. The texture of raw veggie cous cous is pretty unique, and is well suited to wraps (or rolls). The tahini helps to tie the “cous cous” together and adds that peculiar sesame flavor the way only tahini can. And then it all gets laid onto a bed of creamy avocado and your favorite deep greens. Mm.
An awesome finger food to invigorate yourself on a warm summer day!
There’s something special about cabbage. It’s just so much better than it seems like it should be. The deep purplish hue of red cabbage makes it great not only for adding a bit of color to your dishes, it also helps you get a well-rounded assortment of nutrients. And they’re just so cute!
No dish better showcases this lovely vegetable than coleslaw, and this Moroccan Mint Red Cabbage Slaw is the envy of all others. A hint of sweetness, a bit of zest, and a taste of spice, this dish really does have it all. A great lunchtime meal with nuts and hemp seeds for protein, as well as lemon, mint, cinnamon and a bit of curry powder to invigorate your senses. There’s a lot of goodness your body needs, and not much of anything it doesn’t!
The dressing is particularly nice. Cinnamon is an eccentric spice, and pairing it with maple syrup really accentuates the ambiguous character of this somehow sweet and savory bark. It would be interesting to see what other recipes this dressing could go with, though it’s hard to imagine it going better with anything than it does with this tasty Red Cabbage Slaw!