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Mango Salsa

This delicious salsa is a spin on the traditional salsa fresca. It is completely raw and can be enjoyed with some raw flax crackers for a perfect accompaniment.

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

What’s not to like about fries? They’re satisfying, delicious and endlessly versatile. Amazing by themselves or served as a side – you might need to make a double batch because these will disappear quickly!

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Spicy Cheesy Kale Chips

Are you one of those people who open a bag of chips and then quickly find yourself with an empty bag? Get your greens quota for the day in a delicious crispy snack that you’ll actually crave!

Berry Cherry Granola Squares

Berry Cherry Granola Squares

These bars are quick, easy, and wholesome. Wrap a few and take them everywhere. Coconut oil solidifies easily so be sure to let it sit on the counter to melt. You can also place under or in hot water to melt as well.

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Super Green Smoothie

Packed with nutrients and flavor! Combine all ingredients, except for agave nectar and water, into a blender pitcher the night (or at least 2-3 hours) before to make quick work the next day!

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Crunchy Bean Bites

These bean bites make addicting crunchy snacks or toppings on soups and salads.

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Cheesy Vegan Crackers

These simple vegan crackers have a rich flavor from the nutritional yeast and mixture of spices. Enjoy with all your favorite dips and spreads!

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Superseed Energy Bars

These sweet and chewy nutrient-rich bars are also an excellent source of dietary fiber. Lucuma powder is made from a sub-tropical fruit native to Peru and Equador.

Photo: Sensational Seedmilk Smoothie

Sensational Seedmilk Smoothie

A great mid-day high-protein drink.

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Fresh Sunflower Seed Milk

Enjoy in smoothies, over your favorite cereal or with a chewy Superseed Bar. Leftover pulp from straining can be used in quick breads, muffins or any hot whole-grain cereal.