Raw, Vegan, Grain-Gluten Free (with Raw Fusion options) The original recipe was contributed by one of our Natural Wellness coaching candidates, to which we did a little tweaking. Sue Boyce is the uber-talent behind Rawsome – do check out her website for some great recipes and fabulous desserts. We recently had a photo session to […]
A common misconception about eating raw foods is that everything needs to be cold. While foods retain much more nutrition and enzymatic activity when raw, you can also gently heat them to under 115 degrees F.
Although The Live Food Factor is one of the best books ever written about the raw food lifestyle, when I first saw this recipe by author Susan Schenck, it didn’t sound appealing, which was surprising considering that I love most of the ingredients. When I finally decided to give it a try, I was astounded by the flavor; In fact, I have yet to find someone in my classes who does not respond well to this soup — even those who don’t like cilantro enjoy how the flavors seems to meld perfectly in this blend.
What’s especially exciting about this soup is how creamy you can make it using tahini (sesame butter)!