Sometimes I make a big batch of this and serve it with apple slices for dinner. Yum! Skeptics are always amazed by how good it tastes! You can also stuff romaine leaves with this to make "tacos". If you must use chips, try pita chips or multigrain chips-- just Not tortilla chips!
This recipe is based on one my friend Ali made. Hers was a non-raw version that tasted so good, I knew I could make it just as good raw-style. We got lucky on this one, just replacing a couple of ingredients and marinating the mushrooms instead of cooking them-- it's now one of our favorite things to eat! This was even a hit with our carnivorous family members-- a great crowd-pleaser! The peanut sauce is actually made with almond butter instead of peanuts because peanuts are not technically raw, but it tastes just like the real thing!
An easy way to satisfy a craving for pasta is to use zucchini or squash. Cover it with a great sauce and you'll never notice the difference! Serves 2.
I invented this recipe when my house-mates told me they didn't want the stems from their broccoli. That's why at first I just used stems, which is delicious, but using the heads of the broccoli tastes just as good-- it's up to you!
This is a lot like my thai coleslaw, but is a great example of how a difference sauce can make an entirely different dish.