Summer tarts are wonderful dishes that can easily make for a nutritionally dense and satisfying main course. While many versions can be made by using additional ingredients, my favorite is the invigorating and scrumptious spinach tart with marinated tomatoes! Made with cashews and almonds, this nutty tart can provide significant amounts of healthy fatty acids that can sometimes be lacking in an exclusively vegan diet. Cashews, for example, are loaded with minerals, including magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, iron, potassium and zinc.
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Eating raw zucchini is easy with this recipe. Just make sure you make a lot because they will disappear.
Before I even started eating a raw food diet I tried making dehydrated zucchini chips and I wasn't too excited. You don't have to be on a raw vegan diet to enjoy these yummy treats.
I found when I think they are done to dehydrate even longer and they are even better!! http://www.veganrawfood.net/2011/09/raw-spicy-zucchini-chips.html
Behold: the freshest Strawberry Rhubarb Pie you’ll ever eat. (And if you’re squirming about raw rhubarb and potential toxicity ... it’s the leaves of the plant that we shouldn’t eat raw. We’re using the stalks. Promise.)
I’ll keep this short and, well, sweet--kinda like the 5 item ingredient list below. Visit www.meamoeba.com for additional raw food recipes and personal development tips.
I haven't come across any simple recipes that base their puddings and ice creams on bananas and avocados... It is my favorite creation! So simple, quick to make, and absolutely deliciously rich. Just thinking about it brings up my serotonin levels =). For a pudding, use room-temperature fruits. For ice cream, use frozen bananas and fruit (but don't freeze the avocado). For pictures of these puddings and ice creams, go to: http://nocrapdiet.wordpress.com/s-recipes-rawism/, http://nocrapdiet.wordpress.com/r-recipes-desserts/. Enjoy -quickly! =)