I read some recipes on Sunny Raw Kitchen that call for powdered lecithin. It isn’t a raw product, but it can be purchased in organic, non-GMO varieties from various places, including RawGuru.com. It’s a soy product that makes liquid and fats emulsify.
Depending on what you are making you might try coconut oil. I got the idea from a recipe on this site. I was making a cheesecake and the recipe called for coconut oil. So I added all the ingredients and then put the measured amount of coconut oil in a cup and set the cup inside a bowl of hot water. I then added the melted coconut oil to the filling. I put it in the fridge to set and the coconut oil firmed everything up.
Moisten/soaked flax is a good binder. If you soak them, a gooey mess is produced. The “gooey mess” is a great base for flax crackers. I think chia seeds do the same… I’ve never tried it though… I wonder if hemp seeds do the same… hm?
Irish Moss: Go to http://goneraw.com/forums/2/topics/1509 and Lucy has a post on where to buy it. That post mentions Cere Gel. It is said to do the same thing… if only someone can tell me what it is and where to find it.