Living Raw Food Recipes

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Main Dish

Winter Dinner
by Raya Johansson, MT

2 cups organic buckwheat. 1 cup soaked and dehydrated organic almonds 1 tablespoon raw organic Shoyu Soak buckwheat four to five hours, rinse in the mid time. Then after soaking, rinse very well, several times. Put to sprout, rinse often. I rinsed just when going to bed, and right when woke up in the morning, and during the morning two times. The whole time from the beginning was just 24 hours. Powder the almonds with Cuisinart S blade or in the VitaMix dry container or in a good coffee grinder. Mix the sprouts (which are still small), the almond powder and Shoyu, let warm up in a bowl that floats in 105F water. This can be eaten with a salad or a soup, it makes you to feel warm in cold days.

Side Dish

Flax Seed Salad
by Mike Dunker, WA

1 half cup of flax seeds brown or gold 1 half head of romaine lettuce 1 medium tomato diced 1 green bell pepper chopped 1 avocado diced 1 quarter cup of olives 1 quarter cup of olive oil mix together lightly add sea salt and preferred dressing (done)

by David Fetyko, WA

Dice 3 thin slices onion, about 1/8 inch Dice 3 thin slices tomato Dice 1 small stalk celery Chop cilantro, leaves only, to taste Pile on top of a bed of spinach cut with scissors Top with avocado wedges Squeeze lemon juice over for dressing

Cabbage Apple Slaw
by Wendy Hannaford, CA

1 Savoy Cabbage thinly sliced, 2 Carrots grated fine, 2 stalks Celery sliced,1 large Apple cut into bite size pieces,1/4 C sweet Onion chopped,1/4 C Jicama sliced,1/4 C Sprouts, 1/8 C chopped Walnuts and Raisins. Top with fresh minced Cilantro and Mint. Dressing of 1/2 C Buttermilk, 2 T Sour Cream, 2 T Cream Cheese, 3 T Honey, 1 t Apple Cider Vinegar, 1 T Dijon Mustard, 1 T Greek Seasoning , dash of Salt and Pepper, mix together , pour onto Slaw, toss and serve. Serves 4 as a side

Sprouted Red Quinoa Salad
by Jess Zellner, GA

2c Sprouted Red Quinoa (soak quinoa in water for 24 hrs) 10 Cherry Tomatoes, sliced 10 Kalamata Olives, sliced 4TB Cilantro, chopped 1 Avocado 1/2 tsp Curry 1/2 tsp Cumin 1/2 tsp Paprika 1/2 tsp Cinnamon 1/2 Lime, juiced 4 TB Extra Virgin Olive Oil TT Salt Once quinoa has sprouted and is tender, combine all ingredients, spices, and juice, and fold together until fully incorporated. Enjoy!

Snack / Kids' Treat

Oatbran Flaxseed muffins
by (Name Withheld)

Ingredients: 2 cups of walnuts (chopped) 6 cups of oat bran, 3 cups of Flaxseed, 1 tsp.of Baking Powder, 2 tsp. of ground cinnamon, 1 tsp.of ground ginger, 1/2 tsp.of ground cloves, 1 cup of honey,1/2 gallon soy milk, 1 29 ounce can of pumpkin, Pam cooking spray.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees, grind the flaxseed with a coffee grinder. Combine all ingredients with a spatula or big spoon. This will take a very large bowl. Spray 2 cupcake or muffin tins for 24 muffins with Pam cooking spray Put about 1/2 cup of mix into each cupcake holder place both muffin tins into the oven at the same time. Bake for 20 minutes and then switch places with the tins and bake another 20 minutes. This is too bake the muffins evenly. If you want; you can wrap each one with plastic wrap and freeze them individually. Heat them in the microwave in the morning for breakfast. It only takes one muffin for breakfast. I use to name them "Hotflash" muffins because they helped me with my hot flashes. They also help me sleep better at night.

Juice / Drink

Wheat Grass Kefier Water
by Kandy Rose, CO

2 ounces wheatgrass, 2 ounces kefier water, 1 teaspoon agave. Drink up and enjoy, Good health to you!!

The Energy Drink
by Jane Falke, CA

The Energy Drink - Makes 3 cups. 8 ounces almond milk, ½ cucumber, chopped 1 stock celery, chopped 1 inch fresh ginger, chopped ½ avocado, pitted and skinned 1 large handful spinach 1 tablespoon flax, Chia, or hemp seeds or oil ½ lemon, juiced ½ teaspoon sea salt. Dash cayenne pepper.
Blend all ingredients until smooth.
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