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Creamy Split Pea Soup

Peas are often overlooked, but these cheap legumes are hearty and loaded with fiber and minerals. One cup cooked peas has 65% of your daily fiber needs!

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Marinated Tempeh

Tempeh is a fermented bean product that is delicious and hearty. Try this simple marinade to make your tempeh extra flavorful.

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Seeded Slaw

This delicious slaw is full of the sustaining energy of nuts and seeds.

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Everything Salad With Juliano's Raw House Dressing

This salad is called Everything because you can really just put any salad vegetable you like into it. It's the dressing that really makes it fly. It comes from Raw Food legend Juliano and is so good I can eat it with a spoon.

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Roasted Vegetables with Black Bean Noodles

A variety of creamy roasted vegetables pairs great with the unique gluten-free black bean noodles.

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Raw Pear & Apple Cheesecake

This raw cheesecake is truly divine. This decadent recipe features just fruits, nuts and natural sweeteners, so all your guests can enjoy this wonderful dairy-free treat.

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Raw Kelp Noodle Salad with Pesto

Kelp noodles are a great alternative to pasta, and offer a mineral rich addition to your salads or soups.

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Onion Bread (dehydrated)

This is Matt Amusden’s famous raw, dehydrated bread recipe with the personal additions of caraway and poppy seeds. Great in a sandwich, as a raw pizza crust, or any place that an old-fashioned savory bread is used.

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Magic Seed and Nut Bread

An extremely delicious, vegan, grain-free and gluten-free bread. Best eaten toasted!

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Dehydrated Fluffy Bread Rolls

These dehydrated rolls are very similar to regular fluffy bread rolls, and sooooo delicious. Best eaten warm straight from the dehydrator.