This is a really easy and versatile recipe. This can be used as side dish, for stuff other vegetables like sweet peppers or potatoes, or you can use this as a full meal to make at the beginning of the week, that you can take everywhere with you! There is minimal cooking, as you must … Continue reading Simple Southwestern Quinoa Salad!
It's winter and squash is in season! I LOVE squash, and it's such a versatile vegetable to cook with. You can boil it, roast it, stuff it, shred it, mash it, literally anything you think of! This recipe was not even made on purpose. I had decided to make a quinoa, rice and cabbage salad … Continue reading Quinoa and Cabbage Stuffed Squash
Purple cabbage is a common staple in Ukraine, as is parsley and radish. Together in a salad, the taste is divine! This is a great salad to add to a hummus or quinoa wrap, as the crunch in it will give your wrap some extra texture. The addition of kale also helps to add some … Continue reading Ukrainian Purple Cabbage and Kale Salad
I recently had a dinner with some of my Ukrainian friends, and they made borsch soup. Traditional borsch is made with meat and cream, so obviously I didn't eat it. The part I did eat however, I didn't like so much. So last weekend, my Ukrainian friend and I decided to make our own vegan … Continue reading Ukrainian Vegan Borsch
I have been wanting to make a good basil pesto sauce for raw pasta for a while now, but it took a little bit of time to perfect the recipe. Once I did though, the basil pesto came out AMAZING, so I was pretty happy about that. Let us begin! For the pasta you will … Continue reading Raw Vegan Basil Pesto Pasta
This is a great way to get a lot of spirulina in your smoothies, without the overpowering seaweedy fishy taste that that come with it. In your blender, add in: - 2 frozen bananas - 1 to 1 1/2 cups pineapple, fresh or frozen - 1 kiwi - handful of parsley - 1 tbsp. spirulina … Continue reading Pineapple Banana Kiwi Spirulina Kale Smoothie
I was driving to the store specifically to get the remaining ingredients needed for my raw tabouli, when I heard on NPR radio someone talking about the fresh tomatoes in their garden. I then thought how awesome it would be if I stuffed tomatoes with my tabouli! So...here is the finished product! No oil, no wheat, nuts … Continue reading Tabouli Stuffed Tomatoes
Wondering what to make for dinner tonight? Well look no further! We have some raw vegan stuffed peppers for you! These are stuffed with a quinoa salad, and if you are familiar with quinoa, you know you have to cook it. This is one of the few grains and vegetables that I do eat cooked, … Continue reading Quinoa Stuffed Peppers with Walnut Basil Pesto!
Randomly came up with this one simply by adding whatever leftover veggies and fruit I had in my fridge! For your juicer, wash and cut: 1/2 a pineapple 1/2 to 1 whole head bok choy 2 handfuls parsley Throw it all in your juicer, and voila! Done! Simple, easy and healthy goodness!
LOOK AT THAT GORGEOUS COLOR! I recently found frozen acerola at Central Market. In Brazil I looooved eating these fruits, and they are so good for you! I came up with a delicous smoothie using acerola! If you don't have it, don't worry. The apple in this works fine too! - about 1 cup of … Continue reading Carrot Leaf, Apple & Kale with Acerola Smoothie