No rigid rules, labels or dogmas.... just REAL food, for your body, mind & soul!
It has been said in various places that we should create a personal collection of 10-20 favorite recipes to help our success with the raw food diet. For organizing purposes, I've been experimenting with recipes to determine what I really like, is easy to make and to add to my personal list of "core recipes." I have added to my list so far - smoothies, a salad, a great recipe for Judy's Chili (in the Kitchen added by Susan).
Please list your favorite core recipes by name, description and I have Penni's approval for you to add any outside links. I think it will be so helpful to get an idea of how everyone plans and what you are enjoying as your "Go -To" recipes!
I seem to have the following handy most weeks. They stay for several days at least and easy to grab and expand upon.
Macadamia Feta Cheese - changes plain salads into special
Banana covered walnuts
Ani's donut holes - great traveling food
apple cake (from the eholiday book) great traveling food
cinnamon, flax, raisin "toast" - great topped with applesauce in the morning
taco meat - good dolloped on salads or in a collard wrap
Bubbie's tuna salad - too good
Brisket (from the eholiday book) - good on its own or add a slice on top of a salad or in a wrap
asian marinated broccoli with raw peanuts
persimmons - I will cry when the season is over
cucumbers (I can make a meal out of those last three items together sprinkled with dill)
apple, carrot, raisin, cranberry and cinnamon breakfast bowl - my go-to breakfast lately
Foods Alive Mexican Harvest organic flax crackers
Ruth's Chia Goodness cereal (I top with a banana and almond milk)
Artisana 100% organic Cacao Bliss - a candy treat right out of the jar ... amazing!!!