Raw Vegan Recipes

1. Strawberry Cress Salad



A simple and fast yet highly nutritious and delicious recipe. Because sometimes you need that extra minute saved to take a deep breath, dance, sit and observe, hug a friend, do laundry, drink mocktails in the park, save the world or salute the sun. Have fun! See Recipe Details!


2. Rad Rainbow Raw Pad Thai



This salad is inspired by a raw Pad Thai dish I enjoyed at a restaurant called Marbles in Waterloo with my buddy Ange a couple years ago. I ended up recreating the recipe shortly after our visit, but I used glass noodles and I just wasn’t a fan. I don’t usually have texture issues with food, but those noodles were way out of my comfort zone. It’s strange because I’ve enjoyed them before in a couple restaurant dishes, but for some reason when I try them at home it’s creepville! See Recipe Details!


3. Vegan Enchiladas with Chunky Salsa, Cheesy Sauce, and Spicy Nut Meat



Enchilada police: arrest me now. These are too delicious to be legal. A chunky salsa of avocado, tomato, onion, and cilantro, mixed with a walnut taco meat, spiced with cumin and coriander, all wrapped up in raw tomato-corn tortillas and covered in a creamy cashew cheese sauce. This is savory food heaven. These are epic. Not authentic at all (you can’t be when you make something raw and vegan, just being frank here), but mind-blowingly tasty nonetheless. It’s quite a simple recipe and doesn’t take long to make at all, not including dehydration time for the tortillas. The taco nut meat is almost too good to be true, and the cashew cheese sauce will make you sing. It goes without saying that the salsa is fabulous. Make these now, then freak out with joy. See Recipe Details!


4. Garden Wraps



Ditch the tortillas and grab some collards—this veggie-filled wrap is full of flavor. See Recipe Details!


5. Ginger, Citrus + Black Sesame Carrots w/ Edamame



If you want to make this more of a main event sort of thing, you could serve it with some grilled tempeh/tofu and toss a couple handfuls of greens and cooked grains into the mix. Also, you bet this mix would be tasty rolled up into a rice paper wrap or a sheet of nori. See Recipe Details!


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