Fall In Love With Food Again

Raw Salad and Slaw Recipes

Create delicious and simple raw treats with these recipes.

Transitioning to a primarily-raw diet is is so simple and delicious you'll never miss the Standard American Diet. There are hundreds of fun, fresh and fulfilling recipes you can try that will fuel your body to restore and heal itself just the way God has always intended. Below, we've highlighted some of our favorite raw salad and slaw recipes so you can ...

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The Best Raw Recipes for Fall

Fall in love with food again with these seasonal recipes.

Fall is right around the corner. It's almost time to get out the cozy sweaters, rake the fallen leaves and enjoy the many seasonal flavors autumn has to offer. Thankfully, there are dozens of ways to indulge without straying away from your primarily-raw diet! Consider trying some of our favorite recipes this fall: Curried Butternut Squash Soup Use seasonal squash ...

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Autumn Hallelujah Bowl

Q: Can I substitute any plum vinegar? Ume is actually a specific type of vinegar made from Japanese pickled plums or Umbeboshi. The vinegar has a salty, sour flavor, and is a fantastic seasoning for countless dishes. Ume is good for digestion, along with many other health benefits. It’s a staple ingredient that I always have in my kitchen. Q: ...

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Bistro Not-Tuna Salad

Q: Is this one of those recipes that involves a lot of trial and error? How long did it take you to create it and what was the process like? We’ve been making a partially cooked version of mock-tuna at the health retreat for years now, and it’s delicious, but I wanted to make an equally tasty raw version as ...

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Chili Lime Mushroom Tacos

Q: Can you describe the combination of flavors in this recipe? These tacos are so good, because they have a delicious balance of flavors and textures. The savory, seasoned mushrooms are complemented beautifully by the creamy, tart guacamole, and the fresh crunch of the thinly shredded cabbage. And then, the roasted tomato chipotle sauce brings it all together, with the ...

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Live Tacos

Q: Both the tortillas and taco meat call for plenty of sunflower seeds? What do they contribute nutritionally and flavor-wise? Sunflower seeds have a mild, nutty taste, and can be a great canvas for all sorts of different flavor profiles. They are also a fantastic source of Vitamin E, magnesium and selenium. Q: How does nutritional yeast differ from conventional ...

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Sublime Summer Rolls

Q: What inspired you to create this recipe? I love (and I think this is true for most people) food that is fun and interesting to eat. A good summer roll can tantalize your palate with many different flavors that all come together in a delicious, harmonious balance. That was the first half of my goal with this dish. The ...

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Peach Blueberry Cheesecake

Q: Why do you call this cheesecake when there is no cheese in the recipe? Does it taste anything like cheesecake? I think that it definitely looks like and has the texture of a cheesecake. Cashews have an amazing creamy quality to them, which make them perfect for making healthy alternatives to dairy desserts. As far as comparing it to ...

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Spinach Pasta Salad

July is National Picnic Month and Chef Richard has created the perfect picnic recipes. Q: Why this particular salad? We serve this salad quite often at the Health Retreat, and it is both a crowd and staff favorite. The creamy ranch dressing provides a delectable flavor and richness, while the chopped raw veggies and gluten-free rice pasta keep this salad ...

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Tempeh Lettuce Wraps

Q: What inspired you to create this particular recipe? Lettuce wraps are always one of my favorite things to order at Asian restaurants that have a vegetarian version on the menu. The crisp, refreshing lettuce is such a great vessel for the savory, spicy fillings – for me they are truly love at first bite.   Q: There are a ...

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