The raw vegan diet is a cross between the raw diet and veganism. This diet is filled with fruits, vegetables, sprouted grains, sprouted legumes, raw nuts, and seeds served completely raw or heated at temperatures below 104–118°F (40–48°C).
The idea behind eating raw is to preserve as much of the food's nutrients as possible.
Here’s some meal inspiration to start your raw vegan journey.
This fresh and vibrant meal may be heavy on the veggies, but it does not eat like a salad. These crispy veggies are topped with a creamy and indulgent sauce to give it rich and filling mouthfeel.
This Superfood Salad is packed with nutrients and vitamins, which is very important for your brain and body.
Traditionally made with raw ahi tuna, poke bowls are like the island cousin of the equally popular Buddha bowl. Spoon in some rice, top with fresh, local fruits and veggies, and in this case, throw in marinated tofu.
The best thing about this dish is you can make it fast, without any cooking needed. You get a chance to practice your chopping skills and quickly whisk up your dressing in under 30 minutes.
Zucchini noodles, or "zoodles," are a gluten-free, low-calorie substitute for traditional pasta in this easy and fresh vegan dinner.
A simple and delicious recipe for carrot cake made raw!