Raw vegan meals for lunchtime have many benefits. You get lots of nutrition and with plant-based food. This keeps you vital and satisfied during the day. No processed or fast food can do this for you. Eating raw vegan meals is healthy and will keep you in shape. There are more and more delicious raw vegan recipes and below are some special ones for you.
The raw foodie chefs are getting creative and invent mouthwatering raw vegan meals with all the vegetables, fruits, nuts, herbs, and spices that mother nature has available in abundance. Raw food is not heated above 48 degrees and thus also retains the nutrients, which are not heat-resistant. Raw food, therefore, contains more vitamins, minerals, and trace elements than cooked dishes.
In his book, “Conscious Living”, Dr. Gabriel Cousens describes how important it is for our bodies not to destroy the enzymes involved in food by cooking processes: “Enzymes are living proteins that direct the vitality into our biochemical and metabolic processes. ” Why eating processed or unhealthy fast food if we can have this amazing variety of healthy plant-based food?
See the recipes of raw vegan meals below and choose your favorite. As a surprise, you will find 3 yummy raw dessert recipes. Stay healthy and vital with raw vegan meals.
There are some days that recipe inspiration does not come easy. And then sometimes, you get lucky. You see an ingredient and a whole dish falls into place. Strolling farmer’s markets can be a great idea. Veggies and fruits are everywhere calling out, “pick me!”
I have to admit that I’m not usually a big fan of raw cauliflower in food, I find it tastes (and feels!) a little bit like dry chalk… but it was plain fantastic in this salad. It really is pleasantly crunchy AND flavorful! That salad has the perfect combination of sweet, salty and tangy, and I think the addition of the mint and apple really added an interesting dimension to an already incredible salad.
I love all the fresh produce that’s back in season now and raw veggie dishes sound so perfect for any meal on a hot summer day. In addition to Asian flavors, I’ve also been loving SPICY food so I made this dressing extra spicy! You could also try a super simple Thai Peanut Slaw like this one if you are short on ingredients or time.
I had sprouted some chickpeas two days back, and today they were ready. My initial plan was to make raw sprouted chickpea hummus and then eat it with veggies. But then I remember pinning these raw falafels a few weeks back when I was collecting recipes for my raw diet. The falafels were actually pretty good. I do not have a dehydrator so I did not cook them in any way.
No living animal need be harmed to enjoy a delicious ceviche! This raw vegan version utilizes fresh, juicy jicama along with tomato, heart of palm, avocado, spicy jalapeno, avocado, and a burst of fresh lime. Serve it up in lettuce leaves or organic corn tortillas.
There’s no other lunch in my weight-loss arsenal that serves me better than these rolls. They happen to be both raw and vegan, but that isn’t why I love them. It’s their crunchy-meets-creamy texture and the big, bright flavors of carrots, nori, and lemon juice. Another bonus: they are super filling. It’s the kind of midday meal that prevents snacking.
Inspired by the book “Raw-Vitalize” (Countryman Press, January 2017) by Mimi Kirk and Mia Kirk White, these icy treats can be made with just about any fruit. The cubes are big enough to serve as dessert but small enough for a between-meal snack.
Featured in “Raw Cake: Beautiful, Nutritious and Indulgent Raw Desserts, Treats, Smoothies and Elixirs” by Daisy Kristiansen and Leah Garwood-Gowers (St. Martin’s Griffin, March 2017), this “cheesecake” features characteristic swirls of blueberry.
From “Raw Cake,” this is the “non-powdered, natural sister of a packaged instant pudding that was a household favorite in 1970s England. If you weren’t lucky enough to have Angel Delight the first time around, this will more than show you what you missed.”