Raw Sauerkraut Recipe

Raw fermented cabbage is an excellent way to take in the healing power of cabbage, and an option for getting these useful brassicas into the system. In its fermented form, there is better nutrient assimilation of cabbage. Although no fermented foods are used in the Phase I Rainbow Green Live-Food Cuisine, sauerkraut is one of the few that we allow in Phase I.5. The fermented cabbage has high amounts of lactobacillus, which have predigested the cabbage for us. These microorganisms aid in the general digestive process and strengthen colon function. The lactobacilli create an intestinal environment that is unfriendly to […]

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Raw Veggie Burger Recipe

Being a Vegetarian or not, you will love this super-satisfying Veggie Burger Recipe! When you make your own burgers, you get to choose the ingredients including how much sodium, fat and fiber is in them. You can make your veggie burgers as light or hearty as you want and you get to choose the flavor profile. Nothing is as good as the healthy, homemade veggie burger! Our great-tasting Raw Veggie Burger is filled with protein, healthy fats and anti-inflammatory components such as ginger, lemon juice, cayenne and hing. Where possible, fresh herbs and whole spices are used at the Tree […]

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Raw Hot Curry Powder Masala

“Masala” is a Hindu word referring to a seasoning blend that can be any combination of herbs, spices, and vegetables. In India they are often individualized to a particular geographic area or even to a particular food preparer. As you play with these combinations, I encourage making your own mixtures or varying the proportions to your dosha needs. Purchased masalas often have spices processed in several ways, including cooking in oil. Processing the spices and herbs in this way is said to help preserve the masala because it insulates and dries it. To make your own masala, and thereby eliminate […]

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Raw Herb Seed Cheese

Raw (Herb) Seed Cheeze Recipe Base:   1 bunch fresh herb, cilantro, or basil 2 cups sunflower seeds or soaked walnuts Add:   4-6 tablespoons stone-ground cold-pressed olive oil or hemp oil 2 tablespoons lemon juice 2 tablespoons kalamata olive brine 2 tablespoons sun-dried tomato water 1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon Transformational Salts or Himalayan Salt Dash cayenne or chipotle Dash hing or 1 clove garlic Optional:   1/4 Cup Italian Seasoning 2 tablespoons thyme Process herbs in food processor with S-blade and set aside. Grind sunflower seeds in a food processor to a fine texture. Add remaining ingredients and herbs […]

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Raw Sweet Potato Chipotle Hash Recipe

Yellow vegetables, such as sweet potatoes, are high in the fat-soluble vitamins A and E. Sweet potatoes are rich in beta- carotene and vitamin C; both potent antioxidants that play an important role in disease prevention and longevity. As an added benefit, this delicious Sweet Sweet Potato Chipotle Hash will also provide you with almost twice as much fiber as other types of potatoes! As described in details in Conscious Eating, foods in the Chinese system are seen to have a directional influence on the flow of energy in the body. The foods with an upward movement are those that […]

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Raw Pad Thai Dressing Recipe

Asian-inspired Raw Pad Thai Recipe Full of healthy fats, antioxidants, minerals and anti- inflammatory components, this Raw Pad Thai Recipe is a unique Asian- inspired culinary entree created by our talented Café Apprentice from Thailand. This raw entree is high in active enzymes partly due to the miso, kelp and apple cider vinegar. According to Dr. Gabriel Cousens in Conscious Eating, by taking in foods high in live enzymes, less of our own digestive enzymes need to be used, so we are able to conserve enzyme energy. Enzyme energy is linked to our vital force and therefore the energy of […]

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Raw Granola Recipe

Raw Granola Recipe 4 cups of soaked mixed nuts and seeds 2 cups shredded coconut 1/4 cup of chia soaked in 2 cups water (2 hours) Pinch Salt 1 TB cinnamon 1 TB pumpkin spices 1 tsp ground cardamon 1 tsp star anise powder 1 tsp stevia powder (optional) Process nuts in big chunks, pulsing in food processor. Leave seeds whole. Mix rest of ingredients in bowl. Place on dehydrator trays for 2 hours at 145, then at 115 for 24 hours or until completely dry. Store in glass container for 1-3 months. This recipe was prepared in our most […]

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Raw Sea Vegetable Caesar Dressing Recipe

Mineral-rich Sea Vegetable Dressing According to Dr. Gabriel Cousens in There Is a Cure For Diabetes – Revised Edition, sea vegetables are included in the general antidiabetogenic diet and can be used abundantly in any diabetic recipe. People all over the world have been eating sea vegetables (known generically as seaweed) for thousands of years. Gram for gram, they are higher in minerals and vitamins than any other class of food. They are rich in vitamins A, B, C, and E. Sea vegetables produce substantial amounts of proteins, complex carbohydrates, carotenes, and chlorophyll. calcium. Kelp absorbs from seawater almost all […]

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Simple Raw Cabbage Salad Recipe

Particular Antidiabetogenic Foods The protective action against the oxidative stress of red cabbage (Brassica oleracea) extract was investigated in diabetes-induced rats for 60 days.49 Researchers found a significant increase in reduced glutathione and superoxide dismutase activity and a decrease in catalase activity and in the total antioxidant capacity of the kidneys. Daily oral ingestion of B. oleracea extract from cabbage for 60 days reversed the adverse effects of diabetes in rats. They found lowered blood glucose levels and restored renal function and body weight loss. In addition, the cabbage extract attenuated the adverse effect of diabetes on malondialdehyde, glutathione, and […]

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Raw Basil Pesto Recipe

Basil have shown unique health-protecting effects and is commonly used in Ayurvedic Medicine. The remarkable array of active components called flavonoids found in basil provide protection at the cellular level. This wonderful green herb is rich in vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin A, magnesium, iron, folate, potassium and calcium – and is also high in antioxidants. Basil is believed to have anti-aging properties, anti- bacterial properties, support cardiovascular health, protect against free radical damage and reduce inflammation and swelling. The name “basil” is derived from the old Greek word basilikohn, which means “royal,” reflecting that ancient culture’s attitudes towards an herb […]

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