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Raw and Tasty

From soup to dessert

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Raw and Tasty

Raw fruits and vegetables offer more health benefits than cooked because the nutrients are not denatured by heat

Raw fruits and vegetables offer more health benefits than cooked because the nutrients are not denatured by heat. Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide recommends we eat seven to 10 servings of fruits and vegetables daily. The challenge is to find a way to eat those fruits and vegetables raw.

Here’s a meal from soup to dessert made up entirely of raw food, but with familiar flavours and textures—and there’s no salad in sight.

It combines spaghetti-like strands from zucchini or root vegetables with traditional sauces such as pesto and marinara.

Try this menu to take your raw diet to a new, I-can-eat-this-every-day level.

All recipes yield four to six servings.

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