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Rajas (Roasted Poblano Chiles)

Rajas can be served as a side dish or as a condiment for soups and stews but they also make a delicious addition to enchiladas. When handling chiles, use gloves or rub oil over your hands to avoid burning.

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Roasted Poblano Vinaigrette

Smoky, tangy, and a little bit sweet, this dressing has it all. Try it on a leafy green salad topped with <a href="http://www.downtoearth.org/recipes/appetizers-sides-new/rajas-roasted-poblano-chiles">Rajas</a> and goat cheese. When handling chiles, use gloves or rub oil over your hands to avoid burning.

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Raw Strawberry Cheesecake

Filled with raw food goodness, this is easily one of the best (and easiest) cheesecakes you’ll ever taste!

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Raw Kelp Noodles Alfredo

Raw Kelp Noodles Alfredo recipe from Down to Earth Organic and Natural.

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Raw Black Forest Cake

Raw Black Forest Cake recipe from Down to Earth Organic and Natural.

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Vegetarian Ramen

A basic starting point for a favorite comfort food – make this on rainy and lazy days. Could be better than your favorite ramen spot!

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Vegan Niter Kebbeh (Ethiopian Spiced Oil)

This vegan version of a traditional Ethiopian spiced butter is a crucial component of many dishes.
Tip: Use leftover coconut oil jar to store Niter Kebbeh.

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Pickled Papaya

This addicting recipe can be kept refrigerated in a glass jar for up to 3 weeks. It’s yummy as a snack but beware -- it's spicy!

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Vegan Caesar Salad

Vegan Caesar Salad recipe from Down to Earth Organic and Natural.

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Raw Chocolate Truffles

Raw cacao is the raw, unprocessed form of cocoa, known for its high nutrient content. Available in the raw food section at Down to Earth.