Mandarins, ginger root, cilantro, beets and apples
Anonymous asked: what are some of your favorite raw recipes?
Hmm.. I’m not really sure. I’m not exactly a recipe person to be honest, mostly because I just make food intuitively and often use what I already have on hand.
But if you wanna know some of my favorite things to consume I’d have to say fresh juices (I have a few favorite combos), chia seed pudding, banana “milk”, I love dates on their own, pretty much anything with cilantro or ginger root, organic chickpea miso broth with lots of herbs and lemon/lime (technically not raw but it’s considered a “live” food), I’d like to try raw hummus (Dara Dubinet has a good recipe) and I used to make this super delicious salad consisting of green apple and a ripe avocado with fresh lime juice and a lil’ sea salt - soo yummy! (but not the best food combo for digestion)
When I do want to make a recipe I often just go to Dara Dubinet’s YouTube channel for a guideline/inspiration. Also, some of my favorite cuisines are Indian, Mexican, Thai/Vietnamese/Asian in general, and I tend to use those as another ‘guideline’ for flavor.
Hope this was helpful <3
Ginger root-chia seed pudding
“banana milk” <33
speakin of what fruits to sustain a raw-vegan diet during the winter.. man I really do love this girl
New fruitarian sista on YouTube, living in the middle of nowhere (as she puts it) on a 600 acre ranch in Canada with 10 Siberian Huskies, educating others on how to live a raw lifestyle regardless of where you live.
I love this girl already <3
She has so much to teach in regards to raw food, nutrition, love and living a blissfully beautiful, balanced life! I highly recommend watching some of her videos to hear (and physically see - she glows and radiates vibrancy!) what she has to offer. You can find her videos here: Dara Dubinet
Posting this because I’m trying to heal my terrible digestive system (self-abuse) so I’m following what Dara’s currently practicin’
For the anon: sorry this is a really bad picture. My phone couldn’t pick up on the deliciousness, but it’s super thick and pudding-like