Raw Vegan Spaghetti

Dear Friends,

Today I am sharing a really yummy raw vegan spaghetti recipe…after my daily appreciations 😊

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Raw Vegan Spaghetti recipe:

Tools: spiralizer (optional) blended or food processor (optional).

Ingredients: 2 zucchini, 4 medium smallish tomatoes, a very small avocado or half of a regular size, dried tomatoes, pinch of dried chipotle pepper or a small piece of fresh.

Spiralize the zucchini or dice them if you don’t have a  spiralizer and put them in a large bowl.

Blend the tomatoes, dried tomatoes, avocado and chipotle pepper until smooth. Dice them and mix in a bowl if you do not have a blender.

Pour the tomato sauce over the zoodles and enjoy!

Thank you for reading my recipe and appreciations.

I appreciate you!

Peacefully yours,

Victoria

 

Cabbage Gazpacho

Tools: food processor with an s blade, knife and cutting board

ingredients:

1/4 head of green cabbage

4 tomatoes

1 apple

a big handful of mixed greens or spinach

1 avocado (optional)

1/4 fresh chipotle pepper or 1 tablespoon dried

Put the cabbage in a food processor and blend until it looks like rice. Then put aside in a large soup bowl.

Blend 3 tomatoes, mixed greens, 1/2 avocado, cored apple and chipotle pepper in food processor until it is like soup.

Pour it over the cabbage.

Dice up the remaining tomato and 1/2 avocado and put on top.

Enjoy!

Spinach Soup

Tools: a high speed blender or food processor

a sharp knife and cutting board

soup bowl

Ingredients:

a handful of spinach

one large zucchini

3 large tomatoes

1 red bell pepper

(Optional) juice pulp crackers (recipe here: http://www.crazybananalady.org/recipes/dehydrated-snacks/)

Blend together in food processor or blender: spinach, 1/2 zucchini, 1/2 red bell pepper and 2 tomatoes until creamy. Pour the soup into a bowl.

Dice 1 tomato, the other half of the zucchini and red bell pepper. Place them on top of the soup. Add crackers on top.

Spicy fat free kale chips

Supplies needed

a food processor with and S blade

dehydrator (mine is an excalibur)

Mix together in a food processor with an S blade:

2 vine tomatoes

1 cup sun dried or homemade dehydrated tomatoes (I used homemade ones that I did in the dehydrator)

1 jalapeno

bunch of green onions

bunch of cilantro

1 red pepper

Put the sauce in a large bowl

Take 3 bunches of kale and break leaves of stems, put leaves in bowl with the sauce and mix together making sure sauce gets on all the leaves.

Put on dehydrator trays and dehydrate at 105 degrees fahrenheit for 4 to 6 hours.

Enjoy!

Spaghetti

Raw low fat vegan “spaghetti”

1/2 a package sun dried tomatoes.
10oz. Grape tomatoes.
4 mini bell peppers.
1/2 a package mushrooms.
4 sprigs oregano leaves.
1/2 sprig rosemary.
Small handful of basil leaves.
5 small zucchini.

Serves 2.

Blend everything except zucchini in food processor for the marinara sauce.
Use a ‪#‎spiralizer‬ to make noodles with the zucchini.

Raw low fat vegan "spaghetti"

1/2 a package sun dried tomatoes. 
10oz. Grape tomatoes. 
4 mini bell peppers. 
1/2 a package mushrooms. 
4 sprigs oregano leaves. 
1/2 sprig rosemary. 
Small handful of basil leaves. 
5 small zucchini. 

Serves 2.

Blend everything except zucchini in food processor for the marinara sauce. 
Use a #spiralizer to make noodles with the zucchini.
#raw #vegan#low fat #spaghetti #marinara #noodles

Trace’s Tomato Basil Soup

12 medium tomatoes (keep 2 out for garnish)

10 basil leaves (keep a few out for garnish)

handful of cilantro leaves (keep a few out for garnish)

20 collard leaves

2 serrano peppers

1st batch: blend in vitamix half the tomatoes, basil and one pepper

2nd batch: blend the rest of the ingredients in the vitamix (will be green in color)

Pour 1st batch in large serving bowl. In the center of the 1st batch pour the 2nd batch to make green in the middle of red. Garnish with tomato slices, basil and cilantro leaves.

Spinach tortilla chips, zucchini refried beans, mint salsa

Tonight’s dinner!
Collard greens. Zucchini refrained “beans”. Spinach flax meal homemade chips. Salsa.
Mexican night!! Trace loves my un-cooking:)
Photo: Tonight's dinner! 
Collard greens. Zucchini refrained "beans". Spinach flax meal homemade chips. Salsa. 
Mexican night!! Trace loves my un-cooking:)
Spinach chips:
16 oz. spinach
4 tblsp. flax meal
juice from one lemon
put spinach in food processor. Blend until it is a creamy paste, then add the rest of the ingredients.
Place all ingredients on mesh trays and put in dehydrator on 115 degrees for 6 to 8 hours.
Zucchini hummus:
2 small zucchini cut in chunks
1/2 cup soaked sunflower seeds
juice from one lemon
4 green onions
1 tblsp. cumin
1 hot red pepper
garlic
Place all ingredients in a food processor and blend until creamy
Mint Salsa:
6 tomatoes
1 red pepper
handful of cilantro
handful of mint leaves
1 red hot pepper
3 green onions
Place all ingredients in food processor and blend.

Collard delight

Collard leaves de stemmed

chopped up raw almonds

salsa

-diced fresh tomatoes (as many as desired)

-diced small red onion

-diced jalapeno

-diced cilantro

-lemon or lime juice

Lay the collard leaf halves flat. Chop a small amount of raw almonds in a food processor. Cut up the salsa ingredients and mix together in a bowl. Put the almonds and salsa on the collard halves, roll up and enjoy 🙂

IDAHO SALAD

Idaho salad

This salad is made from all local Idaho ingredients, except for the celery. Many of the ingredients are from my garden 🙂 Woo hoo!

Salad:

Handful of snap beans (from my garden), snapped

1 zucchini (from my garden), diced

1 red pepper, diced

2 vine ripened tomatos, diced

1 small head of celery (came from California, though it can be grown in Idaho if started inside in early March), diced

Sauce:

Handful of cherry tomatos (from my garden)

Handful of raspberries (from my garden)

5 basil leaves (from my garden)

3 mint leaves (from my garden)

Put the diced salad ingredients in a large bowl and mix up. Blend up the sauce ingredients in a blender until smooth. Pour the sauce over the diced salad.

Enjoy!