Raw and Almost-Raw Entrées

Strawberry Mango Salad

Strawberry Mango Salad Susan Powers Rawmazing

This summer salad filled with berries and veggies will cool you off and fill you up. It’s not only beautiful it’s great for you! Contributed by Susan Powers from her book Rawmazing: Over 130 Simple Raw Recipes for Radiant Health(Skyhorse Publishing, 2012). more→


Raw Broccoli-Mushroom “Stir-Fry”

Raw Broccoli Mushrooms Stir-fry Susan Powers Rawmazing

This raw dish makes the perfect lunch or dinner. It’s easy to make, delicious and great for you! Adapted  from  Rawmazing: Over 130 Simple Raw Recipes for Radiant Health* by Susan Powers (Skyhorse Publishing, 2012). more→


Deconstructed Sushi Bowl

Deconstructed sushi bowl pilaf

This dish contains all the flavor and nutrition of sushi, but requires only half the effort! Instead of rolling the ingredients into a traditional makizushi, you just toss ‘em together in a bowl—no muss, no fuss. If you really dislike seaweed, you can leave the nori off, though it is a fantastic source of essential minerals. This recipe is from Practically Raw,* copyright © 2012 Amber Shea Crawley. Used by permission, Vegan Heritage Press. more→


Raw Fruity “Cheeseburger and Fries”

Contributed by Raw Chef Bryan Au: I invented a series of recipes that look like junk food, fast food, or savory comfort foods but are 100% raw organic fruit! It’s a fun way to be creative with food and to add more healthy fruit to your diet as well. In this series I have “Penne Pasta” made out of mango with “Tomato Sauce” made from strawberries and I have a “Steak Dinner” that’s all fruit, too. See more of these on Raw in Ten Minutes. This is the tasty “Cheeseburger with Fries” — amazingly refreshing and delicious as an appetizer, entree or dessert! more→


Raw Organic Lotus Forbidden Black Rice Recipe

This is the most amazing, delicious, and super nutritious raw organic vegan recipe to come out in a long time. In the raw food world there hasn’t really been a “raw rice” available, so this one is very special and unique while being affordable, at only $3.89-$3.99 for a bag at your local Whole Foods Market, health food store or online . So far this is the ONLY rice I can soak overnight and the next day is sprouted, soft, tastes cooked and is out of this world delicious! Contributed by Raw Chef Bryan Au. more→