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I am looking for some inspiration for some tasty, affordable and simple to make warming recipes for fall and winter.
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Thank you all for all of your suggestions! Sounds like I need to be getting busy in my kitchen!
Hi, LaTricia: Adding raw ginger to my juice or smoothies always gives me an added feeling of warmth. A little ginger, orange juice, and oil of choice makes a nice salad dressing too.
I enjoy creating savory vegetable concoctions in the Vitamix using warm water, and warming the soup bowl ahead of time. The possibilities are endless - essentially a green smoothie with greens and veggies and flavorings instead of fruit. Additions such as tahini or avocado provide a nice soup consistency - so very satisfying in the cooler season.
Miso soup is really great ( as you cannot cook miso anyway) add some raw veggies like mushrooms (one mushroom is enough for one person), small green onions, few leaves of cilantro and just eat!!!! It is delicious, and not too expensive.
Also cayenne pepper in some food is hot so it warms you up!
I suggest this:
Holiday Survival Guide - Raw For The Holidays
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