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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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  • Clean Eating Spinach Pesto

    Clean Eating Spinach Pesto

    Published: 8/14/2014 12:01 PM
    This recipe by Karielyn Tillman of The Healthy Family and Home has only 6 clean ingredients and is extremely healthy for your body with lots of trace minerals and brain nourishing efa's. And as a bonus you may be inspired to hum along to "Popeye the sailor man" while eating it. :) 

    Serve this lovely green pesto with raw zoodles (spiralized zucchini), kelp noodles, a gluten-free pasta of your choice, or even atop a salad for a pop of vibrant flavor. Enjoy!
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  • Clean Eating Watermelon Vinaigrette

    Clean Eating Watermelon Vinaigrette

    Published: 8/4/2014 1:14 PM
    Anything involving watermelon is a winner in our book, especially because they are such a seasonal treat, only around in abundance for a few short months! This deliciously sweet and tangy vinaigrette dressing by Karielyn Tillman of The Healthy Family and Home makes the perfect light and summery dressing for a bed of crunchy romaine, sprouts, cucumber and heirloom tomatoes. Enjoy!
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  • Creamy Dandelion Greens Dressing

    Creamy Dandelion Greens Dressing

    Published: 7/17/2014 11:19 AM
    As we all know dandelion greens grow like weeds all over our yards and even through the cracks in concrete, however, did you know they are also one of the most nutrient dense and medicinal greens to ingest? They offer wonderful support for the liver, helping to aid in gentle daily detoxification. They're also a great source of Vitamin A, calcium, and even iron. However, they are bitter. Very bitter. How does one make these super-greens more palatable for the taste buds? By mixing them with cold pressed fats such as olive oil and raw nuts and seeds, high quality salt, and a touch of lemon for that perfect flavor balance.

    Give this delicious creamy green salad dressing by Karielyn Tillman of The Healthy Family and Home a try and reap the health benefits of fresh dandelion in the tastiest way imaginable.
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  • Crazy Easy Better Than Ranch Dressing

    Crazy Easy Better Than Ranch Dressing

    Published: 8/16/2013 11:29 AM
    It really is as easy as blending a few simple raw ingredients together to acheive a ranch dressing that is both authentic looking AND tasting! If you have kids who can't imagine eating veggies unless they're drenched in ranch this is a great alternative for them! Yes it's cashew based and truly healthy - but they don't have to know that...: )
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  • Creamy Spinach and Cilantro Dip

    Creamy Spinach and Cilantro Dip

    Published: 12/11/2012 10:13 AM
    Think a big salad is the only way to get your greens in? There are actually tons of ways to add more GREEN into your daily diet, this dip being a fine example. Loaded with nutrient dense spinach and cilantro, this recipe can be likened to a creamy, amped up guacamole with plenty of avocado and a nice tangy kick from lime. If the festive red and green color scheme doesn't warm you up the spicy jalapeno, garlic and onion surely will!
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  • Caramel Apple Dip

    Caramel Apple Dip

    Published: 11/1/2012 11:04 AM
     This is a super simple and low {or lowish} fat recipe for a sweet and creamy caramel dipping sauce. It goes perfectly with apples, but would be nice with bananas, too, or drizzled over ice cream.

     Caramel apple dip is good anytime. We liked it as a Halloween treat!
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  • Caramel Sauce

    Caramel Sauce

    Published: 6/22/2012 11:18 AM
    A rich and velvety smooth caramel sauce that's free of all refined sugars! Instead this sauce is sweetened with low glycemic, prebiotic containing yacon root syrup and mineral rich maple syrup. This is a simple recipe that can be used in a variety of different fun ways! Drizzle over raw vegan yogurts, ice creams, cereals, or use as a sweet dip for apple or pear slices. This sauce also makes a decadent topping for raw vegan pancakes and waffles. You could even add a tbs or so to a nut milk base to sweetened it and make it richer. The options are endless!

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  • Creamy Miso Garlic Sauce

    Creamy Miso Garlic Sauce

    Published: 6/16/2012 6:52 AM
    Wow your taste buds with this delicious creamy tangy miso garlic sauce by  Sarahfae of Addicted to Veggies that can also double up as a dressing! Cashews combine with lemon juice, mellow white miso, apple cider vinegar, onions, shallots and garlic, and a hint of dates to sweeten and mustard seed powder for that kick of flavor. This recipe can be used as a dressing for green salads or even sea veggie salads, a dip for collard wraps, or try spreading it on a tart crust and using it as a "cream cheese" layer.  This recipe calls for unpasteurized miso which is rich in health probiotics and helps boost the immune system. There's nothing like a yummy sauce to take an ordinary meal from drab to fab!

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  • Cranberry Cherry Sauce by Callie England

    Cranberry Cherry Sauce by Callie England

    Published: 12/3/2010 9:06 AM
    This recipe reminded me of two things: 1) how awesome food savers are! 2) how awesome it is to have a mom who juices expensive things such as cherries :) (and then foodsaves/freezes the juice for you). This didn
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