Set Up Your Raw Food Kitchen
Raw Food Ingredients
Staple ingredients for your raw food pantry.
Golden flaxseeds are high in the essential fatty acids that help maintain a healthy heart and circulatory system. Flaxseeds contain plant lignans that help maintain good colon health.Use a coffee grinder to grind them, then add to raw smoothies.
This unsweetened Hemp Milk is delicious enough to drink straight. Great with raw cereals, in smoothies, or as a cream replacement in coffee or tea.
Hemp protein 50% contains 50% protein, 20% fiber and 11% fat. Our Hemp Protein 50% is fantastic for athletes and smoothie-lovers who want higher protein and superior flavor.
Raw honey has not been heat-processed. Vegans can substitute light agave syrup.
Organic pitted olives are delicious for snacking, or in salads. Make a "tapenade" by processing olives with a little crushed garlic and olive oil in a food processor.
Lecithin is an emulsifier that allows fat and water to mix. It is frequently added to creamy raw desserts.
Stevia is an herb useful as an alternative sweetener to sugar or aspartame, and is safe for diabetics. It has no calories and will not spike blood sugar. Try a drop in raw smoothies or salad dressings for a touch of sweetness.
Maca root has been used in indigenous Andean societies as a source of nourishment and healing for thousands of years. This bag contains 100% pure raw maca powder that is certified organic, kosher, vegan and raw.
Miso is a traditional Japanese seasoning produced by fermenting rice, barley and/or soybeans. The result is a thick paste used for sauces and spreads, or in miso soup. White miso has a slightly milder, sweeter flavor than red miso.
This zesty Dijon-style mustard has a sharp bite and a stone-ground texture. It is gluten-free, with no added sweeteners.
This all-natural, organic soy sauce contains soy beans, whole wheat, and sea salt.
You can make your own raw vegan sushi. Simply spread a nori sheet with a little miso, and roll it around thinly julienned vegetables, such as carrots, cucumbers, red bell peppers, and avocado.
Pecans are delicious for snacking, alone or with dried fruit. They are a rich source of anti-oxidants.