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Crunchy raw breakfast treat; great with tea.
Great one-dish vegan meal. Similar to Cafe Gratitude's popular "I Am Whole" macro bowl. Very nutritious and satisfying. See http://www.cafegratitude.com/.
Delightful light and creamy salad dressing adapted from Raw Food, Real World, by Kenney and Melngailas.
This recipe is a modification of one for curried cauliflower soup in the amazing Rawsome book by Brigitte Mars (see http://www.brigittemars.com/).
Tasty raw substitute for favorite foods like BBQ or hot dogs.
Elaina Love's scrumptious recipe. See http://www.purejoylivingfoods.
Makes a single large serving, so you can quickly address a temporary fudge craving without making a huge batch. Foolproof and amazing because it is so fast and easy!
This festive and tasty dish is great for a raw holiday meal. It's a fooler, too; everyone thinks it has been cooked. From Jackie Graff's wonderful demo at Raw Spirit 2007. Also see http://www.sproutrawfood.org/.
This is the recipe Ann Wigmore developed. It makes a lovely, smooth cheese to which you can add salt and other ingredients to create nice dishes, such as stuffed peppers or collard leaf rollups.
Mildly spicy greens with wonderful Asian flavor. Meant to be eaten hot, but also good as cold leftovers in a lunch pail.
Delicious oatmeal cookies that can even be eaten for breakfast because they have no added sugar or fat, just fresh, whole foods. You can leave out the salt too, and not miss it. If you love home-made oatmeal cookies and have a food dehydrator, this low-fat vegan recipe allows you to enjoy the cookies while staying on virtually any diet. The nutrition was calculated with the salt added.
Yummy low-fat raw dessert and so easy!
This is a very filling raw main dish just bursting with nutrition. The garnishes are not included in the nutritional calculation.
Cheap thrills from rhubarb, which grows almost anywhere. You can make rhubarb leather from this recipe if you have a dehydrator. Use only the stems, not the leaves.
Tasty dip for fresh veggies; for salad dressing thin with a little water.
My grandmother's delicious Christmas recipe, which unbelievably has no added fat. I used walnuts for the nutritional analysis, but you can use pecans or other nuts. You can also substitute dried figs or apricots for the dates. This recipe is also good with white or gluten-free flour.
Based on Butternut Squash Toss in First for Women 12/24/07, p. 60.
This is a raw main dish. It is a slightly milder modification of a recipe in Rawsome by Brigitte Mars (see http://www.brigittemars.com/).
High fiber and satisfying.