Monthly Archives: February 2010

Raw Hummus Recipe Chickpeas

This basic hummus can be used as it is or you can add seasonings to create your own special blend. For a good variation, try marjoram or thyme. You can also replace the tahini/seseme seeds with crushed pumpkin seeds for … Continue reading

Raw Coconut Balls recipe

Coconut “snowballs” are a favorite treat for children and adults alike. This raw version is richer than the cooked cake version, so just one or two will satisfy your sweet tooth. You can also color the coconut with natural food … Continue reading

Raw Super Juices recipes

Freshly pressed juices are ideal for quickly and easily getting electrolytes, nutrients and oxygen to cells for maximum energy and vitality. Juices relieve digestive symptoms and detoxify the body while strengthening cells, which will be apparent on the outside as … Continue reading

Easy Raw Soups

Here are a few more easy soup recipes for raw food enthusiasts. Creamy Carrot Soup: 5 cups fresh squeezed carrot juice 1 large avocado 1 spring onion Fresh basil, chopped 1 tomato, chopped 1/2 lemon 1/2 teaspoon cumin Chop onions … Continue reading

Raw Chicory Salad Recipe

Chicory is a slightly bitter, peppery leafy green that adds a unique flavor to any dish. This salad pairs chicory with fruits and agave syrup for a bittersweet taste combination that is sure to please. Ingredients 5 bunches of chicory … Continue reading

Best Raw Tomato Soup Recipe

If you need to fight off chills on cold winter days, nothing beats a bowl of delicious tomato soup. Packed with antioxidants and vitamin C, this old family favorite will keep the sniffles away. Ingredients 4 cups cherry tomatoes 2 … Continue reading

Raw Carrot-Ginger Soup Recipe

This pea-soup lookalike is surprisingly flavorful. It has a natural sweetness that makes it one of the more popular raw soups with children if you can convince them to taste it. You can serve this soup chilled, at room temperature … Continue reading