So this is my absolute favourite this summer, i enjoy it almost every day!
A refreshing and easy-to-prepare dish for summer days. High in nutrients and water while easy to digest and not burdening your body.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Do you like greens and vegetables? Are you happy with eating them just the way they are because you really love their taste? If so, this post is not for you. This is for those who struggle with eating their greens. Who really don’t enjoy eating lettuce, spinach, celery, cucumbers, zucchini, beet roots … any vegetables. And don’t feel happy with taking them down hidden in a smoothie either.
There’s a simple trick to get yourself to eating all the greens and veggies your body needs: simple, lowfat, delicious dipps and dressings!
Here is one of my favourite winter dipp recipes for you:
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Have you ever tried to find raw vegan recipes for your friends or family not eating raw? I found that what for me is rawfood paradise would hardly convince any non-rawfoodist to even try it.
This decadent RAW chocolate cake yet is what i shared with my family last christmas, and they really loved it!
Go on reading to find the recipe and try it for your family – or yourself:
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Rawfood paradise in winterly Germany looks a bit different from what i used to eat in Tenerife’s warm climate. Greens, seaweed and sprouts stay, pumpkin and beetroot as well, but fruit, including non-sweet cooling fruit like cucumber and zucchini (my staples during the last months) make place for more warming vegetables, more root vegetables.
What i really love these days is raw soup. Blended root vegetables with warming spices and seaweed.
Like this raw carrot soup:
Lately, i rediscovered fruity nicecream bowls. With having eaten keto/low-carb during the last year, obviously i had not eaten any for quite a while.
Now i do enjoy them every now and then, maybe once a week – though i re-added sweet fruit to my diet lately, i feel better not eating too much of it. The main part of my diet is still made up from greens, sprouts, seaweed, and non-sweet fruit. I’ll write more about this soon.
So, this spontaneously created, very simple recipe for pineapple nicecream turned out addictively yummy – i just have to share it. 🙂
Right in front of my door, Aloe is growing in abundance! So from time to time i ask her to share one of her leaves, to make myself this smoothie. This is how to do it:
Thinking about having a green meal, your first thought might be a salad. Or a green smoothie. Yet, there are many more options. How about having some green candy? It’s sweet, and light, and yummy. Easy to prepare, too.
An almost classical autumn drink for many, especially those integrating ayurveda in their diet and lives: golden milk. Aka turmeric latte, as the main ingredient, besides many more wonderful spices, is turmeric, which is known to have lots of health benefits.
As the original recipe for turmeric latte is not raw nor vegan, i have been creating my own recipes now for years. This year, fitting into my ketogenic diet, i came up with this raw, vegan and ketogenic/lowcarb recipe:
What you’ll need for the raw vegan golden milk:
Some days ago, i came up with this delicious, addictive and very nourishing raw vegan mayonaise. Slightly green, too – fitting in with my highgreen favourite dinners. 😉
I did it several times during the last days, and now want to share the recipe with you. Cause you, too, might need something savory after all this sweet chocolate stuff i posted here lately. 🙂
So here it is, the recipe for raw vegan green mayonaise