Although, I’m originally from the Midwest, raised in the West and long to live in the East, I grew up on this Southern dish. Imagine my mom’s surprise when I told her she doesn’t have to cook collard greens to enjoy them. Who knew?
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If you enjoy the taste of maple syrup and pecan pie, then you are in for an absolute treat with this smoothie. It’s a drinkable dessert!
I am a sucker for pumpkins of all shapes and sizes. But when it comes to using pumpkins in my raw recipes, I prefer sugar pie pumpkins. The skin is very thin which makes it easier to peel and the flesh is sweeter.
Yep, another green smoothie. Kale is to blame but in a good way!Today’s smoothie has a power house of nutrients. It is a bit higher in calories but my goal in these smoothies is to get nutrients and healthy fats.
This dip has endless combinations,try this with – veggies, raw crackers, raw breads.Or use it as a dip for raw chips, in a stuffed pepper, in a nori sushi roll with veg or simply as a side to a salad.
This is by far one of the easiest recipes to make because all you have to do is blend the ingredients. Try it out and see how it tastes.
What better way than through daily, creative, fresh, seasonal salads. When you utilize all the amazing seasonal fruits and vegetables around you your salads can become indulgent and adventurous, full of nutrition and life!
Inspired by the classic Thai entree, this salad will change you views on salads. You don’t have to limit yourself to certain ingredients!
This is a creamy soup that’s bursting with the flavors of fresh and mostly organic produce. Fennel seeds shine on their own, but highlight the sweetness of the mango incredibly well.
There's a reason why avocado soups are a favorite amongst raw foodies! Rich in essential fatty acids from avocado, olive oil, and pepitas, this recipe is also high in zinc and vitamin E which are amazing nutrients for the skin!