Sample recipes from The World Goes Raw Cookbook

Butternut Squash Soup with Sage and Walnut Tapenade

The flavor of this soup is so superb, one taste will transport you to the Northern Italian countryside. Steaming the squash allows for it...

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Strawberries with Balsamic Glaze and Whipped Cream

This simple Italian glaze really compliments the flavors of the strawberries. The flavors stand out more when served at room temperature,...

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Honey Pine Nut Tart

This is a raw adaptation of a classic Italian dessert. Even without the butter and cream, this tart packs amazing flavor! If possible, us...

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Chilled Avocado Tomato Soup

This creamy soup is a hearty beginning to any meal.

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These hearty fajitas are bursting with delicious, natural flavor, and they are a great way to stay raw when you really feel the need to i...

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Sprouted Chickpea Falafel

This sprouted chickpea falafel is a lighter version of the fried balls found in authentic Middle Eastern cuisine. The flavor is so fabulo...

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This raw version of the popular Middle Eastern pastry is incredibly sweet and satisfying. The tastes of these pure ingredients really shi...

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Spring Rolls

When are you throwing your next party? If you're looking for a few new appetizer recipes that will wow the crowd, then keep reading! This recipe for Spring Rolls includes a medley of flavors and vegetables, resulting in an appetizer that just about everyone on your guest list will love. Whether you're planning a night in with friends or are hosting your book club, you'll want to keep this recipe right at your fingertips.These spring rolls are a hit at every party. My raw food and non-raw food friends alike always request these very special appetizers.

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Pad Thai

Traditionally made with rice noodles, this raw food version uses “noodles” made from vegetables instead.

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