Making Raw Food Simple
Morning! Happy humpday to you!
Lately, I’ve been eating a little more simply with my raw foods, because so often I feel the need to make more gourmet complex dishes for showcasing here on the blog, or I am in the theme of making more transitional foods especially when in the thick of doing my classes as what I usually teach is the impressive dishes on how to make raw food more appealing. Plus it is what I am trained in.
But as I’ve mentioned before, usually the longer you have been interested in raw foods, the more simplistic your tastes become, and spending hours to process, dehydrate, juice etc for every.single.meal. becomes a little tiresome.
So I’m going to start focusing on more simple, quick, tasty and easy raw food meals and dishes over the coming weeks, as for the month of February I will be very busy with the delivery of my classes, and will most like want to eat as basic as possible.
Yesterday I stocked up on plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables – love that feeling of knowing I am all stocked up and can go shopping in my own pantry!
But before I put all my new produce away, I cleaned out my fridge of all the older produce and made some ‘clean out the fridge juice’
A mix of broccoli, green cabbage, carrots, celery, zucchini, apples, pineapple & lime.
Then I chopped up some vegetables for marinating. Oh so good.
Cauliflower, tomatoes, green onions, zucchini, marinated in olive oil, juice of one lemon and Himalayan/Celtic sea salt to taste. Mix it through with hands and let marinate for about an hour. Juicy and yum.
For those of you who missed it, check out my soul sista Kristen Suzanne’s article cost cutting with a raw food diet on One Green Planet here.
Have you got any raw food simple recipes or ideas to share?
Or any ways to use up old produce?
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