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Raw Spinach Dip Recipe 3

I am so excited to share this raw spinach dip with you and I know that you are going to love it too! I have got this dip down. This is very close to that spinach dip that get’s served with pumpernickel bread. That was my inspiration, although it feels like a lifetime ago since I have tasted it. But regardless, this raw spinach dip was so delicious that it just disappeared. It was a hit around here and I hope you love it as much too! || Read more

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Quinoa Cakes Recipe with Sweet with Hot Lemon Garlic Sauce on the side

This quinoa cakes recipe came about from just seeing a title on a magazine. I googled the recipe when home, but the one I found had lots of ingredients I didn’t want. I was in a mood for something fried. It happens sometimes, not so often, but this presented a challenge, to combine really healthy ingredients, vegan and fried into something really delicious and as healthy as possible. Based on that, especially the delicious part, this was a big success.  || Read more

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corn chipa with toppings 1

This raw version of corn chips makes one of my favorite snack foods super nutritious and something you can feel good about eating. No more guilty junk foods. Eat delicious snacks that you can feel great about! These chips are dehydrated until they are crispy. The process of drying at lower temperatures enables the chips to retain the ingredients original nutrition and high level of enzymes. The corn chips are made from sprouted buckwheat, flax seeds and organic corn and are lightly spiced and salted with a hand harvested mineral rich salt.  || Read more

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Jicama Fries crop

I love jicama fries! They are a little different than french fries in their texture but they are delicious and totally satisfy that salty, crunchy, fried craving you may get every once in awhile. As long as you realize that it is not an exact substitute and to expect a bit of a different texture, then you may find yourself craving these after trying them the first time instead. They are super healthy if you are comparing them to anything deep fried, but are they the healthiest thing on the raw foods menu.. maybe not. Nothing beats greens imho, but that being said.. if you can stop at just one plateful, and combine them with other healthy foods, then these fries totally rock!!   || Read more

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Olive Tapenade c

Olive tapenade is a wonderful savory spread for on crackers. It;s great as an appetizer or as a snack. I like using black kalamata olives to make this but you can use many other types. For green olive tapenade just switch to green olives. Similarly the herbs used can be changed to change the taste. I like my olive tapenade a little garlicky but not spicy, for the most part. But again, you can change this by adding a little chili, cayenne, sambal or favorite hot sauce if you would like some spice and lowering garlic if you prefer less.  This is my favorite way to make olive tapenade and so this recipe makes a good guide to go by.  || Read more

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Raw Sushi Nori Rolls made with Sprouted Quinoa and Sprouts1

To make sushi the raw foods way the main thing that you need is a substitution for the rice and here are a few good options available for you to choose from.  A few of the most popular ways to do this are making and using parsnip rice (I will show you this in an upcoming post), sprouted quinoa or by using sprouts. I will show you those last two options in this post. These are the most abundantly nutritious, life enhancing and delicious nori rolls ever!  || Read more

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Sundried Tomato Sunflower Pate crop

This recipe was a special request. It’s a recipe that we used to make at Toronto Sprouts and it used to be the base layer for our famous ; ) Earth Bread sandwiches. These sandwiches were the biggest hit of the cafe, everyone loved them. & here’s a shout out to all of you underground Toronto raw people who came and ate those sandwiches made with Marie’s famous Earth Bread (which I helped to perfect ; ). But back to the Pate. I love this and make it often to have on crackers. It’s perfect with the Multi Seed Crackers! || Read more

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