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Raw Food Ayurveda Recipe: Quick & Easy RAW Pickles

Are you craving something salty and sour?! I’ve got just the thing for you! Eat one of these, and say goodbye to sour cravings. Say hello to open sinuses! They are potent, powerful little bombs of flavor. And, of course, totally raw. Here’s the recipe! Ingredients: 1/2 English cucumber* (The crunchier your cucumber, the crunchier your pickle, so you may…

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Raw Food Ayurveda Recipe: Jalapeño Pepper Poppers

Here’s the Recipe! Check out the RECIPE VIDEO here! Peppers: Ingredients: 8 jalapeño peppers 1/3 cup lime juice Process:  Remove stems, and slice pepper in half, lengthwise, ensuring that the flat sides will be on the bottom when you stuff the peppers. Remove seeds and pith from peppers, and reserve for future spicy sauces, dips, dressings, soups, and other recipes.…

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Raw Food Diet For Kapha

Kapha will respond well to the lightness of fresh veggies and fruits, and small amounts of nuts and seeds. Kapha will have to watch their fat intake more than other doshas, and will probably need to stay around 10% or less of calories from fat. Minimize oily foods like avocado, coconut, olives, nuts and seeds, and salt, as kapha retains…

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Raw Food Diet For Pitta

Of all the doshas, the raw food diet is the best for fiery Pitta. Pitta is going to rock out on the cooling power of fresh fruits and vegetables. Pitta does need to be careful not to eat too much onion, garlic, and heating spices. I know, I know…this is hard, because pitta loves spicy food! You may be able…

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Raw Food Diet For Vata

Of all the doshas, vata will struggle the most with a raw food diet. That being said, it IS possible. Vata will need to include more root vegetables, warming spices, hot bevvies (there’s a whole section in my sweet recipe book!), hydrating raw soups and stews warmed in the Vitamix blender or dehydrator, and partially dehydrated marinated vegetables. I encourage…

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Cacao Raspberry Nice Cream Recipe + Recommendations For Your Dosha

If we are on the same wavelength, then… Cacao + fresh raspberries + sweet bananas = YESSSSS! I mean, seriously… If everyone knew that on a raw vegan diet, you can eat nice cream for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and/or snacks… Then wouldn’t everyone be doing it? When I eat cacao daily in nice creams, smoothies, and/or hot bevvies, I never…

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Matcha Coconut: Raw Vegan Smoothie Recipe + Recommendations For Your Dosha

Simple… Easy… Delicious… Mega-boost of energy… Need I say more?! Ok, I will! I drank this on my hike a few weeks ago, and experienced super blissful energy. It’s a perfect drink for mid-day, as the matcha and natural fruit sugars will power you through the afternoon. Enjoy! Here’s The Recipe! Ingredients: 5 bananas (ripe & spotty) 2 medjool dates,…

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Cultured Cashew Cheese: Raw Recipe + Recommendations For Your Dosha

You can find a growing selection of cultured cashew-based cheeses in health food stores. And some brands, like Treeline Tree Nut Cheese and Reine Vegan Cheese, are really good. When choosing a non-dairy cheese in the store, look for brands without added oils, fillers, additives, and preservatives. The best brands use organic ingredients, like cashews, salt, herbs, and spices. That’s…

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Blueberry Pie: Raw Vegan Smoothie Recipe + Customize For Your Dosha

Did you know that blueberries can help prevent diabetes?! Dietary berries help with insulin resistance and lower inflammation in the body. Blueberries reduce free radical formation. Recall that pesky free radicals damage DNA… Damaged DNA brings about disease, aging, and ultimately death. However, blueberries protect against DNA damage! How cool?! All the science behind the above blueberry magic can be…

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