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This Flaxseed Cracker Recipe is simple to make. Just a few ingredients and some well soaked Golden Flax Seeds and you’ll have a constant supply of tasty, crunchy crackers! Before you begin, note that you will need to SOAK THE FLAXSEEDS. At a minimum, soak overnight (8hrs) but you can leave longer… up to 36 hours will make the flaxseeds bind together really well, but…

Mediterranean Dressing Recipe The folk who live around the Mediterranean Sea enjoy lots of sunshine and tend to eat oodles of garlic and olives in their daily meals. This simple garlic dressing is a great base for a variety of dressings.  So easy to make and really does bring that Mediterranean taste to your table!  Go here for more free raw and vegan recipes. 5.0 from…

If you have ever wondered why so many RAW Vegan’s have smiles on their faces, it’s because they enjoy some of the most amazing flavours that nature can throw at them. Take this Garlic Cashew Mayo/Aioli for example – once you pre-soak the cashews for 2-4 hours, you have the basis of a creamy, garlic aioli or mayonnaise – and because of the lemon juice and…

Wraps are extremely versatile and easy to make.  Enjoy this variation to my Cauliflower and Zucchini or Corn Wraps from “Let’s Eat Raw” raw vegan recipe book.  All recipes are meat, wheat, dairy, processed foods and sugar-FREE. Tomato & Paw Paw Asian-Sushi Wraps Print Prep time 10 mins Cook time 4 hours Total time 4 hours 10 mins Looking for a unique way…

We had a friend drop by this week for lunch and although he’s not vegan, he was looking forward to some tasty raw food.  What he didn’t expect was to be eating a Raw Vegan Pepperoni Pizza. This is one of our favourite meals and is very easy to make.  Make several bases and keep in an airtight container in the fridge. The bases also…

7 FREE Recipes below – Feeding a child who suffers from gluten – wheat or lactose – dairy intolerances is as easy as ABC. Simply provide nutritious alternatives which fill the gap and the tummy at the same time. I grew up with these intolerances and had to find my own way through the ‘food minefield’ suffering from chronic reflux, bloating and gut issues much…

This recipe is not in my current Recipe Book, but will be in the next one, for sure.   Of course, you can add your own variations and this is encouraged.  There are no rules when it comes to your creations.  Please use these recipes as a guide and get creative.  Stop and think what else could you incorporate with some of…