Kelp Cakes with Tartar Sauce-Phase 1

We know that transitioning to a vegan diet can have its challenges. You may miss certain foods even if you know all of the reasons why a raw, vegan diet is the best for you on all levels of your Being. We are here to help. Kelp is a great source of protein and iodine. Kelp is also delicious and, when made into cakes, it can help satisfy the cravings for something like crab cakes. It seems that many who switch to vegan diets tend to eliminate seafood last. Our kelp cakes are hearty, savory and have a delightfully light […]

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Simple Biscotti-Phase 1

Biscotti is one of life’s little pleasures. Relaxing on a Sunday morning with a warm cup of chai and a good book with simple biscotti is a true joy. Feel free to enjoy the simplicity of this or try a favorite, equally simple variation. Mornings just got a bit brighter. 3 C. of nut/seed pulp 1/2 C. Chia Porridge 1/4 C. coconut oil 1/4 C. Smart Sweet (this can be found online) 1/2 C. walnuts or pecans, chopped 8 drops Vanilla Stevia 2 tsp. cinnamon pinch of salt Place ingredients in blender and blend until smooth. Roll into a flattened […]

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Zucchini Chips

Try these crunchy RAW zucchini chips for a great-tasting guilt- free snack! Zucchini is a very low calorie vegetable with no saturated fats or cholesterol. Its peel is rich in antioxidants and a good source of dietary fiber. This vegetable is especially rich in vitamin A as well as being a good source of potassium, magnesium, manganese and vitamin C. Our RAW Zucchini chips are super-easy to prepare and make a great substitute for store-bought potato chips. Feel free to experiment using your favorite spices and oils. Try and be amazed!   Raw Zucchini Chips 6 zucchinis Seasoning of your […]

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Super-Satisfying Homemade Veggie Burgers-Phase 1

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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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, we 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 Cheeze

Base: 1 bunch fresh herb, cilantro, or basil 2 C. sunflower seeds or soaked walnuts Add: 4-6 Tbsp. stone-ground cold-pressed olive oil or hemp oil 2 Tbsp. lemon juice 2 Tbsp. kalamata olive brine 2 Tbsp. sundried tomato soaking water (handy to have around as well as soaked sundried tomatoes) 1/4 – 1/2 tsp. Transformational Salts or Himalayan Salt Dash cayenne or chipotle Dash hing or 1 clove garlic Optional: 1/4 C. Italian Seasoning 2 Tbsp. 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 […]

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Sweet Potato Chipotle Hash

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 move […]

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Red Pepper Miso Soup Recipe

Miso is a food that has been acclaimed as a general protector against radiation sickness and chronic disease. Miso is an alkaline-forming, fermented paste made from soybeans which may also be mixed with rice or barley. Unpasteurized miso, which is the only type to eat, has many healthy bacteria and enzymes which help digestion and keep the bowels healthy. Non-soy miso is a preference. The current major problem with soy is that 92-94% of soy is genetically modified. The issue with soy being genetically modified goes further into specifics. GM soy is loaded with toxic pesticides. Keep in mind that […]

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Raw Un-Corn Chips Recipe

Raw Un-Corn Chips Recipe   7 C Mixed Vegetables (red bell peppers, zucchini, celery) 2 tsp Lemon ¾ tsp Salt 2 tsp Cumin 1/8 tsp Chipotle ½ C Flaxseeds ‘whole’ ½ C Flaxseed ‘ground’  (add to blended mix to get to desired consistency) Make a recipe of tostada shells (4 tortillas per tray in template, use 1/3 C per shell). Blend all ingredients except ‘Whole Flaxseeds’ add at the end. Blend all ingredients except “Whole Flaxseeds” to make a puree. Transfer in a bowl and whisk in the flax. Let rest for about 20 minutes.  Lay 1/4 inch thick on a […]

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