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Thai Curry & Avocado Oil Superfood Bowls Giveaway 12

You Can Win Superfood Bowl Ingredients! My favorite resource for super herbs, Mountain Rose Herbs, has this new line of Epicurean Organic Spices and Oils and they are a DELICIOUS way to upgrade your superfood bowls. I got to try the Thai Curry organic spice and the Avocado Oil (yummy!) and if you leave a comment on this blog post, you could win the same.  I’ll tell you more in a sec … first let me elaborate on how awesome it all is.

Thai Curry Superfood Bowl Ingredients

Thai Coconut Bliss Soup

Oh my goodness this soup is delicious!  When I make a raw dinner for friends I often start with this soup, then serve Thai Veggie Wraps and finish with the Coconut-Hazlenut Chia Pudding.  Yummy! I’ve found this soup will also freeze well – just freeze the marinated mushrooms separately.  This recipe comes straight from one of my favorite raw info/uncook books: [amazon-product text=”The Raw Food Detox Diet” type=”text”]0060834374[/amazon-product] by Natalia Rose. Makes about 5 cups serving 2-5 people depending on how much of a meal you make it Marinated Mushroom Topping 1 Cup Shiitake Mushrooms thinly sliced 3 Tbsp Fresh Basil […]

thai bliss soup

Raw Pad Thai

I love pad thai, so I’ve been searching for a good raw version of this favorite comfort food.  I found lots of versions, but none of them seemed to completely match my taste cravings, so I decided to combine my favorite parts into my own raw pad thai recipe. Pad thai is all about having the right balance of sweet, salty, tangy and spicy.  So I went back to the cooked version recipes to see what the basic ingredients are in order to start my raw version with good proportions.  Here’s what I’ve come up with: Pad Thai Sauce 1/2 […]

Raw Pad Thai

Thai Vegetable Wraps – the Raw Version of Eggrolls

I love Asian food and I often crave greasy fried eggrolls … until I eat them and feel sluggish afterwards.  Thanks to my friend Lisa Erwin, I have a new, yummy raw substitute for these cravings … and a great way to get some seriously bitter greens into my diet without making ugly faces. I like this Thai Veggie Wrap recipe also because you can store it in the fridge and live off of it for a week.  You can change up what’s going in the wrap for a different flavor, though I’ve had the same wrap for lunch twice […]

Thai Veggie Wraps