Jenny's Raw Recipe Blog

I'm excited to share my latest easy raw recipes, tips, and techniques with you in this raw recipe blog. Whether you're new to raw foods, interested in easy raw meals, or need a popular question answered, I want to help you learn the secrets of delicious, easy raw food preparation. Drop me a comment, and we can start a conversation. Never miss a post by signing up for my blog either by email or by RSS feed.

Raw Ingredients and Equipment

When you need to slice or shred a large quantity of veggies, nothing beats a food processor. At first, a food processor can be a little intimidating. But once you just get started with one, you'll find that it actually makes preparing veggies much simpler.

Using a food processor is much faster than slicing by hand, it’s safer, and it takes all the effort out of grating and shredding.  You can see this amazing appliance in a new raw video I’ve created.

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A Slice of Life with Mandolines

Posted on February 02 2014 | (0) Comments
Category:Raw Ingredients and Equipment

Have you ever wanted to create beautiful platters of paper-thin vegetables and fruit like you see in the world’s greatest restaurants?  You can do it, with the help of a mandoline.  

I’ll show you how to create “food art” in my new video that reveals culinary artists’ essential “tool of the trade”:  the mandoline.

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Raw Food How-To: Sprouting

Posted on January 04 2014 | (1) Comments
Category:Raw Ingredients and Equipment

Sprouts may be small in size, but they deliver tons of taste, texture, and nutrition.  They’re also incredibly versatile. I use sprouts in salads and wraps all the time.

In my new video, I show you how to turn a Mason jar into a sprout farm and give you tips for harvesting your crop in a matter of days.

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It’s All about the Oil

It’s All about the Oil

Posted on November 03 2013 | (2) Comments
Category:Raw Ingredients and Equipment

This year, for the first time since the 19th Century, Hanukah coincides with Thanksgiving.  You may be surprised to learn it is the oil rather than the potato pancakes they are fried in it that is an integral part of this Jewish celebration.  Fortunately for raw food hostesses in 2013, there are many delicious raw oils you can use to bring Thanksgiving and Hanukah together on your dinner table.

In this blog, I’m going to share sources for some of my favorite oils and give you a wonderful recipe that is made unctuous with a drizzle of olive oil that will please meat-eaters and meat-freers at your feast.

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Did you know that mushrooms are more flavorful if you don't wash them? Find out why and how to clean them without washing.

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