We aim to add the best of the best. Because it does you no good if you don’t want to eat it. Just because you are Raw, does not mean you don’t want food that tastes delicious. Here at Peoplecleaner we have the Morning Shake every day. Try it and you will see why.
“Plant a radish, get a radish, never any doubt. That’s why I love vegetables, you know what they’re about!” – Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt
This first recipe is by www.JasonWrobel.com. He is such an amazing raw food chef, we really couldn’t see trying to do it better ourselves. Feel free to head over to his site for even more raw food recipes and tasty treats.
Sprouted Quinoa Hemp Seed Tabouli
By Jason Wrobel
4 cups sprouted tri-color quinoa, soaked and sprouted for 24
1 cup extra-virgin olive oil
3/4 cup fresh lemon juice
4 tsp. himalayan salt
2 tsp. ground cumin
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
4 cups diced cucumber
4 cups diced tomato
1 cup diced red onion
1 scallion, cut thin on a bias
2 cups fresh parsley, minced
1 cup raw shelled hemp seeds
Soak the quinoa for 6-7 hours. When you notice tails sprouting, rinse the quinoa and put in a covered glass jar with a mesh screen. Soak again and rinse twice more in a 24-hour period. Place the sprouted quinoa and hemp seeds in a mixing bowl and combine. Then add all remaining ingredients, mix thoroughly and serve immediately. Keeps for 4-5 days covered in the fridge.
Kale Salad with Creamy Garlic Dressing
Sent to us from Raw Food For Health
This is my all-time favorite salad, and if you use the flat kind of kale it’s quick and easy too!
For this raw food salad recipe you’ll need:
Kale, the flat kind is quicker and easier
1 Avocado per pound of kale
If you hold the kale by the stem with one hand and between your thumb and first finger firmly in the other you can rip the stalk out of the greens quickly. You can also just use a knife if you’d prefer. Once you’ve de-stalked your kale, roll it tightly starting from the leaf point (opposite from where the stalk was). Slice thinly and transfer to mixing bowl. Drizzle oil and sprinkle with salt and massage well.
What I mean by massage is really work the greens. What you are doing is breaking down the fibers and making it juicy- so don’t be afraid to really work it. When it’s wilted and succulent looking add the avocado and massage some more. If pieces of avocado are left, that’s fine. I love my kale salad with tomatoes (they add wonderful color too if you are serving to family or guests 😉
Creamy Garlic Dressing
1 cup Raw Macadamia nuts
1 cup Raw Cashews
Cloves of Garlic (I use at least 4 large ones- I love garlic!)
1 + cups filtered water
You really need a high powered blender for this, such as a Vita-mix. Just dump all ingredients in the blender and blend until smooth and creamy. Add more water as needed. I like mine thick, but you’ll want to keep in mine that it thickens even more when refrigerated.
Celery Avocado Stuffing recipe:
Two large organic avocados
One small bunch of organic parsley
Five to six ribs of organic celery
One bunch of organic kale
Mash avocados in medium sized bowl. Chop parsley and dice celery into small cubes. Add celery and parsley to mashed avocados. Spread mixture onto kale leaves and eat like a wrap. Spices or herbs can be added if desired.
Super Morning Shake Recipe:
8oz raw coconut juice
1/2 cup raw cacao
1 tsp virgin coconut oil
1 tbsp raw maple syrup
1 tsp raw honey
1 tsp organic maca
Most of these ingredients can be purchased at Rawfood.com
This is one of our favorite raw food recipes. justblend in Vita-Mix and enjoy!
Not just good, but good for you. You can have this one every day. But, we would only do the maca every 3d day.
If you have access to raw aloe vera. We highly suggest adding some in. Just remember, DO NOT ADD the skin of Aloe. Just the meat. Also, coconut meat is a great addition.
Note: If you are addicted to coffee, and are not gonna quit. Go ahead and throw two shots of espresso in (organic of course). Wow, what a treat!
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