Raw food recipes are notorious for being time-consuming, but it doesn’t have to be so! This quick recipe can be assembled in the evening, and is a perfect grab-and-go option for the busy mornings. Get creative and adapt it to make it your own.
If you’re looking for a zingy, healthful drink, this one’s for you! Ginger and turmeric have anti-inflammatory effects, and all of the fresh fruits and veggies are packed with vitamins and minerals. One glass is all you need for a quick reboot!
This recipe was taught in one of our City Market cooking classes on Inspired Vegetarian food, with instructor Jessica Bongard from Sweet Lime Cooking Studio. If you dont have collard greens or dont like their assertive bite when raw, you could also use regular whole wheat wraps. The miso-carrot spread is divine!
This makes a great vegan or vegetarian sandwich filling for back-to-school lunchboxes or in your backpack during a picturesque Vermont fall hike (just include a coldpack). You can substitute the mayonnaise for your favorite vegan variety and substitute favorite herbs from your garden for the tarragon. Not interested in a sandwich? Put a scoop atop some greens instead (maybe with an heirloom tomato slice or two on the side).