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This cashew cream recipe makes a whipped thick sweet cream that is vegan and very versatile. Adding a little of this can make your raw desserts even more special. It makes a delectable topping for many desserts, can be used in a filling for a crepe-like raw wrap or in a parfait, as I made here recently. This cashew cream recipe is a great one to have in your repertoire as it is so quick and easy to make. It will enable you to whip up a delicious, luscious dessert with minimal time and effort. || Read more

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This herbed couscous recipe is a raw food recipe that has no grain in it. Cauliflower couscous is very easy to make, and so nutritious! Cauliflower floretes are simply processed to resemble couscous. I have lots of photos, so I can virtually bring you into the kitchen with me to show you just how to do it.  Then the couscous is flavored with herbs and pine nuts and spices for a wonderful savory taste. || Read more

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This no bake key lime pie recipe is the last video to put up in my raw food recipes video series. Actually this post will have the last 2 videos, one for the pie and another showing how to make the crust, which is amazing! The filling for the pie is incredibly nutritious with an avocado base. The avocado gets completely hidden behind the lime and no one will detect it in there at all. All you notice is a heavenly creamy smooth base with great mouth feel, for the sweet lime flavor to slide over your taste buds on.  || Read more

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This pumpkin ginger cookies recipe makes a great little healthy raw cookie that you can feel good about snacking on! They taste great with pumpkin pie spices, lots of cinnamon, cloves and fresh ginger. They are also nutritious cookies with lots of healthy ingredients and a protein packed cookie as well, made with lots of high protein ingredients.   || Read more

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The idea for this green chia nut cracker recipe came from a few factors I had been thinking of.  First I needed some crackers and wanted to use chia to bind the ingredients, instead of flax, as I often use in crackers. Also, I was craving sea vegetables, and looking for a way to get more of them into my diet, and so the kelp and spirulina in here too. Finally I wanted the crunch of other nut crackers I have made before.  || Read more

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This raw rice recipe is made without the rice. The only way to eat rice, according to raw foods techniques, would be by soaking and sprouting it, which I have only seen done well with wild rice. Even with that, it comes out with a more chewy texture and definitely is not soft the way we are used to cooked rice. So to create a base like rice, the best way I have found to do it is with parsnip or cauliflower. || Read more

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This protein peanut butter cups recipe is one I decided I needed to make into as healthy a version of as I possibly could, while still keeping the deliciousness, and I wanted a high protein version as well. My kids and family LOVE Reese’s peanut butter cups, so I am thrilled to get down a version that everyone who has tasted them so far has raved over. In fact, everyone so far to taste them says they would take these over the original. Not bad for ramping up the health quotient and making them into a raw food recipe!  || Read more

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