To my delight, this shake is more vanilla than banana. I made this to cure a craving my husband was having. I think one of the keys is to use a less ripe frozen banana. The less ripe the less banana flavor. This recipe was the answer to my
previously SAD eater husband when he told me he was REALLY craving a vanilla milkshake. It's not just delicious, it also provides great energy and usable protein! Check out other recipes at http://reneegoesraw.wordpress.com/
This green smoothie can help rehydrate you after a workout and feed your hungry muscles with some clean, highly digestible protein.
Kale is included in this recipe because it is considered (by some) to be the most nutrient dense dark green leafy vegetable. I consume kale very often for this reason.
I do rotate my greens as recommended, but I bring kale back into the mix rather quickly.
If you enjoy kale or want to start including it into your diet, consider this raw kale chip recipe (video). It is a delicious nutritious snack.
This nutrient dense post workout smoothie contains protein, healthy, complex carbohydrates, fiber, antioxidants, and essential fats. Enjoy!
Chana Masala is one of my favorite Indian dishes, I still once in a while go and get some. I have never attempted making this dish or any really ethnic dishes raw, but this turned out better than I thought, it was soooo good. It is really high in protein (more than 21 grams) so it makes a really good post workout meal.
Adapted to be raw from a recipe I found from elanaspantry.com. It was mostly raw to begin with; actually a lot of her recipes seem to be that way. Anyway this recipe was so good I had to share it here!
A fabulous means of getting your greens! When the delicious combo of garlic and hemp meld with the sweetness of dates, you’ll forget that you’re eating an entire leaf of chard. Also works great with collards or nori.