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!
Taco Tuesday just got an upgrade. Vegans and omnivores alike will love it! Flavorful and fresh, it leaves your taste buds satisfied and your mind and body happy.
With its mild astringency and juicy freshness, celery is a wonderful foil to strongly flavored seafood. In this recipe you use the outer celery stalks to steam mussels and then serve them with a cold celery leaf salad for crunch and flavor.
Rachel Nevitt of Full Moon Farm created this recipe, as is found in The Vermont Farm Table Cookbook. This sandwich is great for picnics or enjoying outside in your backyard.
To make this dish even spicier, you can add an additional tablespoon of sriracha sauce. Also, feel free to play with the ingredients - add snow peas, kale, chicken, chard, etc.
Most recipes that call for lemongrass only use the bulbous bottom parts, but here you can use the leftover top part of the stalks, or use 2 whole lemongrass stalks.
This sauce makes a delicious and unique marinade for chicken, beef, or pork.
Serve this local grilled pork with sautéed or grilled vegetables.