Enjoy some of the best onion recipes online. Onions are said to contain chemical compounds believed to have anti-inflammatory, anticholesterol, anticancer, and antioxidant properties.
Craving a hearty raw soup that will leave your tummy full and your body feeling nourished? This is a delightfully simple recipe by Marquis Matson of Real Raw Kitchen that will only take a few moments to whip up. Perfect for a drizzly grey day. Heat gently on the stove and add a few marinated mushrooms on top for extra warmth, texture and taste. Serve with a side salad and perhaps a sprinkling of spirulina for fun.
Upgrade your basic tabbouleh and hummus recipe by sprouting your grains and beans for a 100% life force and nutrient activated meal! This recipe has plenty of yummy middle eastern flavor with fresh lemon, mint, parsley and garlic. We recommend about 4 cups spouts for this recipe. Check out Mikeala's sprouting tips here.
There are 3 great things about kale! It is highly nutritious, there are endless ways to enjoy it, and the more you eat it the more you'll crave it!! From salads to chips, marinated or eaten fresh out of the garden - kale is highly versatile. This hearty salad is made with metabolism boosting coconut oil, onions, and fresh veggies and is left to crisp up in the dehdrator.
This oil and nut/seed free dressing is so delicious and versatile you can put it to pretty much anything and use it for so many things! You'll only need a few ingredients for a colorful and super tasty dressing that can be also served as a dipping sauce for snacks or to have whenever you have guests! Just serve it with your favorite veggies or crackers! Thanks to Priscilla Soler of Gastrawnomica for this great dressing!
Spring may not be far away but lets admit it....its still frigid out there! When a cold salad just doesn't sound appealing turn to a recipe like this one by Sarafae of Addicted to Veggies for wilted greens smothered in a creamy sauce, made warm in the dehydrator. Get your greens in AND feel satisfied and nourished on a cold winters day.
This delicious Raw Tuna Salad is an easy way to get lunch or dinner on the table fast. It includes walnuts, carrots, onion, celery, garlic, parsley, and dill - a good source of vitamins A, C, K, iron and fiber. Eating raw vegetables and nuts will keep you feeling better, become healthier and live longer. Thank you to Sarah McMinn by The Sweet Life for this great recipe!
No shame in admitting sometimes the craving hits for something naughty...Cheez-It naughty...
Well if you find yourself in that predicament have no fear, Lisa Viger of Raw on $10 a Day or Less has the perfect recipe for you!
These turn out crunchy, salty, cheesy, with just the perfect amount of spice. And the best part is they're made with 100% raw, wholesome ingredients that you can feel good about ingesting. Enjoy!
This recipe is in honor of all those raw food lovers who wish they could sit down and enjoy a warm, hearty meal once in a while. Raw food doesn't have to be all about cold salads 100% of the time. Recipes like this one by Amy Lyons of Fragrant Vanilla Cake can really help one get through the colder season feeling nourished and satisfied. Marinated portabello mushrooms, sun dried tomatoes, and crimini onions soften in a creamy garlic sauce, topped with a yummy walnut crumble. Put that dehydrator to good use and enjoy this delicious casserole tonight!
Raw, vegan and gluten free, these savory mushroom burgers by Lisa Viger of Raw on $10 a Day or Less are definitely on the menu tonight! Serve on a bed of fresh lettuce with a dollop of fresh avocado mayo, some extra chopped red onion, and maybe a few diced tomatos or hot peppers.
We love cultured veggies for a variety of reasons. One: they are a great way to consume more nutrient rich vegetables, especially the tougher cruciferous ones, during the winter months when the availability of fresh produce might be lacking. Two: the process of fermentation softens the texture for easier chewing, no cooking required! Three: probiotic bacteria is so important for our overall immune system and digestive health, and cultured veggies prove to be a delicious way of consuming them! Three: you can make a huge batch of kimchi for just a few dollars! Learn how to make the perfect batch of delicious kimchi with Sarah Britton of My New Roots - and check out her site for trouble shooting tips in case something goes a bit array the first time you try it out.
This recipe has a lot going on! A fully raw flax cracker style crust is topped with fresh zucchini and sesame butter hummus and plenty of veggie "pizza" fixings such as tomato, onion, and marinated mushrooms! The look is definitely reminiscent of pizza, the texture somewhat tostado-like. Whatever it is it sure is yummy!
A drool-worthy recipe by Sarah McMinn that is destined to become a staple in your kitchen! This salad is packed with freshness, spice, and interesting texture variation. Shredded lettuce is combined with an easy guacamole, pico de gallo, cashew sour creme and a wedge of fresh lime. You'll fall in love with this recipe....
To make these soups all you need is a bag full of tasty vegetables, a fruit juicer and a blender. They are absolutely delicious, warming and above all raw & incredibly good for you. Oh, and you can place your raw soup in the dehydrator for 10 minutes and actually eat it warm :)
Asian inspired, this recipe is a scrumptious raw vegan take on traditional pad thai with loads of fresh veggies, softened kelp noodles and a crazy delicious spicy-sweet almond sauce. Top with wild jungle peanuts!
Mexico In One Bite! This is a recipe that will surely inspire a fiesta in your tummy! The basis for this creation is a Mexican Wild Rice that is made entirely of vegetables and herbs. The mixture can be rolled up in collards, fresh romaine leaves, or served in purple cabbage boats as photographed. Enjoy your wraps dipped in a fresh and spicy mandarin dipping sauce!
Tasty and oh so fresh! These tacos are low fat, very simple, and contain absolutely no corn or gluten containing flour! Use very thinly sliced jicama root for your taco shell, wrap up lots of yummy fresh vegetables, and choose between a sweet and herby mango beet or a savory and tangy avocado lime sauce for dipping. Enjoy!
This recipe involves some steps and preparation, but if you're craving a dense, hearty quiche and have the time to throw this recipe together we highly recommend it! You will end up with a truly rich, flavorful rendition of a quiche without having to relay on the use of eggs or dairy products. Crimini mushroom, white onion, bell pepper, and chopped kale are included in the filling along with a macadamia and zucchini "egg" salad mixture, while the buttery crust is made from a combination of almond flour and flax.