Enjoy some of the best cabbage recipes on the internet. Cabbage is high in fiber and is a great source of sulfur.
I rushed home tonight to whip up this raw version of the Macro bowl I had from Aux Vivres last week, so I could share the yummy goodness with all ya’ll before the weekend. You can skip the bowl, but I wouldn’t skip the sauce. I said it before and I’ll say it again – it’s ridic.
I pretty much love any version of a cole slaw. This one combines a rainbow of fresh veggies to nourish all of your chakras. The mayo has a mild heat to suit a sensitive palate like mine, so feel free to add more chipotle for those who like a real kick!
Light, fresh, and nut-free. Sesame oil, ginger, chili, shoyu, and a dash of honey to sweeten combine to give these lettuce wraps a delightful Asian flare.
A flavorful, semi-spicy Thai inspired dish. You wouldn't believe its raw, like most of Sarma's recipes.
A delightful and sweet salad with ingredients that are unfortunately not combined often enough.
This slaw makes for a lovely side, or if you’re like me, a raw salad-esque meal. Either way, it’s definitely worth a try.
A very easy to make salad that's nice and crunchy. Cabbage is a very underrated power food.
Although traditional peanut sauce can be complicated to make, my version is pared down to the basics. Because raw peanut butter doesn't taste very good, I use almond butter, seasoned with coconut oil, lemon, jalapeno, and coriander. Just blend and toss.