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Soups

Raw soups are simple to make, are full of nutrition, are easy on digestion, and add versatility to a raw-based diet. Get ready for your blender to become your best friend.
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  • Apricot, Cinnamon & Carrot Oil Face Mask

    Apricot, Cinnamon & Carrot Oil Face Mask

    Published: 1/22/2013 6:41 AM
    To nourish, heal, hydrate and rejuvenate a tired complexion. The honey is healing and hydrating. The apricot and carrot oil is full of antioxidants, which will be absorbed by the surface of the skin if used regularly enough (you will not turn orange because we are using such a small amount). The cinnamon adds a touch of warmth which will boost blood circulation and improve the texture and tone.
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  • AtV Sour Cream

    AtV Sour Cream

    Published: 6/18/2012 10:36 AM
    Every epic raw food recipe begins with a solid base. This recipe for sour cream by Sarahfae is just the base that many wonderful dips and sauces need! Of course it can also be used on it's own as a simple sour cream on perhaps a raw cabbage leaf taco or other delicious mexican foods inspired dishes. You'll see many of Sarahfae's recipe's call for her AtV Sour Cream so it's important to know exactly how to prepare it! It will keep for up to 3 weeks in the fridge as long as it's in an airtight container, or can also be stored in the freezer for up to 3 months. Have some handy at all times!

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  • AtV Marinara Sauce

    AtV Marinara Sauce

    Published: 6/18/2012 8:39 AM
    Marinara sauce must be thick, flavorful, tangy, slightly sweet and packed with fresh herbs in order to really hit the spot. This recipe from Sarahfae of Addicted to Veggies is destined to became a staple in your kitchen. This recipe calls for dry sun dried tomatoes, but you can also use oil packed and if you do Sarahfae recommends rinsing them well before hand. You can also try adding some ground crimini mushroom into the sauce for a "meatier" version. Use this delicious lycopene rich sauce on top of spiralized veggies or kelp noodles for a spaghetti meal to live for!
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