Starring avocado, an herb-cashew spread, and sesame seeds on a Wrawp
, this recipe is heaven-sent, if you ask us.
You can make raw “rice” by pulsing nuts, parsnips, cauliflower, or, in this case, carrots, in a food processor.
This might be the simplest soup ever. Just blend cucumbers, garlic, and turmeric.
Frozen bananas blended with coconut water, cinnamon, and dates, then sprinkled with blueberries, strawberries, and blackberries. Magically delicious!
If you want to get serious about eating raw, invest in a handy vegetable spiralizer
. But if you don’t have one (yet), don’t fret. This sun-dried tomato sauce can also be served with cooked pasta.
This colorful fruit salad, which combines apples, pears, strawberries, mint, and pomegranate juice, is as fresh as a summer day.
This budget-friendly smoothie stars inexpensive bananas, oranges, apples, and spinach.
This recipe’s secret ingredient is coconut aminos
, which are similar to soy sauce but lower in sodium. You can find this tasty, amino acid–packed condiment at natural-food stores.
This raw pad Thai has got you covered—soy beans, zucchini noodles, bell pepper, and red cabbage, plus a spicy lime–almond butter sauce.
Mushrooms, olive oil, soy sauce, and sesame seeds are really all you need.
This raw ricotta-style cashew cheese is so easy to make, you’ll always want to have some on hand to stuff in wraps, spread on crusty bread, or slather on raw veggies.
Such a pretty side dish, this would be perfect on a vegan Thanksgiving table.
You only need a few ingredients—including kale, mushrooms, and olive oil—to make this masterpiece.
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