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  • What I like to do is take seaweed sheets and wrap them with salad- super simple and easy and it's a good sushi replacement!

  • Love Chocolate Cake? Try this easy & delicious low fat raw vegan chocolate cake recipe for yourself: http://fruitphile.com/raw-vegan-chocolate-cake-recipe-easy-raw-vega...

  • Here are all the low fat recipes on my raw vegan blog:

    http://www.feastingonfruit.com/home?category=low-fat

  • Stephanie that recipe was for you..I forgot to write that haha

  • Zucchini noodles & sauce: spiralize however many zucchinis you want (I bought a spiralizer off amazon for about $14 http://www.amazon.com/Veggetti-1000203-Spiral-Vegetable-Cutter/dp/B...) then in a bowl mix 1/2 can of salt free tomato sauce (which i think is partially cooked but I don't mind) and then add a few drops of stevia, whatever herbs you have on hand (can be dried or fresh) and any chopped vegetables to the sauce. Mix into the zucchini noodles and enjoy!

  • Hey Guys!

    I'm a third-year university student looking for EASY raw vegan recipes that won't take HOURS to make! And not too expensive complicated ingredients either. It's probably a tall order but I know it's definitely not impossible! Just wondering if someone can inspire & help me a bit with this?? :)

  • Kayleigh, see Freelee's vid on vegan pizza.  I haven't watched myself, but it is LFV.

  • Hi Lea, 

    I don't use dressing, just eat my veg/salad with fruit, usually mono fruit.

    Andrew Perlot has some great simple LFRV recipes, see rawfood health.net

  • Ok, so this is weird...the link below for the pizza is not the same one that was there earlier...which I made AND LOVED! It used portobello mushrooms for the base. So where is the recipe now??! I am trying to google it without success :(

  • The only good raw  lf pizza vegan recipe that I know is this one.

    http://fruit-powered.com/raw-vegan-pizza-bites/

    Let me know if you like it after you taste it.

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