Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

Recipe Olive n Veggie Pasta (Gluten Free Paleo Raw Vegan)

by Kristen Suzanne in gluten free, lemon, paleo, raw, recipe, vegan, zucchini
Olive n Veggie Pasta (gluten free, paleo, raw vegan)

Olive n Veggie Pasta (gluten free, paleo, raw vegan)

The first time I created this recipe both my husband and I knew it’d become a regular in our house, and it has been for years. The textures and flavors are refreshing and delicious (especially fantastic during the warm summer months), and it’s a pretty dish. Oh, it takes a maximum of 10-minutes to throw together – I love that.

Olive and Veggie Pasta (Gluten Free. Raw Vegan. Paleo.)

Yield 2 servings

  • 1 large zucchini
  • 1 medium to large red bell pepper, seeded and diced
  • 1 avocado, pitted, scooped / peeled, and diced
  • 6 raw olives, pitted and chopped*
  • 4 to 5 leaves fresh basil, chopped
  • 1 teaspoon minced fresh chives or 1 green onion, chopped
  • fresh organic lemon or lime juice, a good squeeze’s worth
  • drizzle high quality raw olive oil
  • sea salt, to taste
  1. Using a spiral vegetable slicer, spiralize the zucchini into noodles (if you have kids, have them help with this because they’ll love it). If you don’t have a spiral slicer, use a vegetable peeler to cut the zucchini into long, thin, ribbon-like slices.
  2. Put the zucchini in a bowl and add the remaining ingredients.
  3. Toss well with some fun bamboo hands and serve immediately.

* We really love Essential Living Foods Raw Peruvian Black Botija Olives. They are so unbelievably good… very juicy and meaty. The only ingredients are organic raw botija olives and sea salt.

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Sunday, September 13th, 2009

High Raw Food For The Day – Pure Deliciousness

Today’s awesome High Raw food (all organic):


Organic Herbal Tea
My favorite brands of tea are Mountain Rose Herbs and Traditional Medicinals. Today I made a mixture of Raspberry Leaf, Nettle, and Alfalfa. Nice female tonic. Go girl!

Pretty & Jazzy Juice
This juice was so dang pretty, I didn’t want to drink it. I just wanted to stare at it. I made it with my Breville and it contained 2 oranges (peeled), 7 smallish/medium carrots, big ol’ knob of ginger. The orange and carrots made it pretty and the heavy ginger gave it some jazz. It was AWESOME! (I should have taken a picture of it.)

Big-Ass Protein Shake
Chocolate Sun Warrior Raw Sprouted Rice Protein (my favorite protein powder), Hemp Protein (awesome complete protein giving much needed essential fatty acids – Got Hemp?), dash of stevia powder, and Amazing Grass Wheat Grass Powder (I take this when I travel to ensure I’m getting plenty of alkalizing greens)

Handful of pumpkin seeds
These were soaked, sprouted and dehydrated. They’re a great source for iron and zinc. Yum! Zinc is important for fertility, especially male fertility!

Fresh Raw Zucchini & Cucumber Pasta

I spiralized zucchini and cucumber with my Benriner Turning Slicer (demonstrated toward the end of this video). I put it in a bowl and added fresh squeezed lemon juice, Himalayan crystal salt and black pepper. Then, I diced up red bell pepper and avocado (using the fruit scooper in this video to get all my avocado out), and threw that on top. Finally, I added fresh raw corn cut from the cob and tossed that in. My husband and I were loving up this fresh concoction. *NOTE: it’s best to cut and use the juice from lemons right before serving (when possible) because from the moment of cutting, you start to lose the precious vitamin C… like, by the minute.

Buckwheat and Fresh Veggies
I mixed up a little cooked buckwheat with a bunch of fresh raw veggies and non sweet fruit and topped it with a fantastic raw sauce mixture of tahini, tamari, ginger, and other awesome flavorings.

Dessert?
Ehem…. Chocolate Crunch Hazelnut Macaroons! (recipe here, book here)
I didn’t have hazelnuts, so I used a mixture of hemp seeds, (soaked, sprouted and dehydrated) sunflower seeds, and (soaked and dehydrated) walnuts. *TIP: I have a ready supply of these gems in my freezer so I can quickly grab one whenever I want. That’s one of the keys to succeeding with the raw vegan lifestyle. Have food on hand, already made, ready to eat. Trust me. When I’m going to a restaurant, I can grab my Raw dessert and stash it in my purse so when I get a craving for dessert, I can gobble up my secret treat. When I arrive home from a day of running errands, I like knowing that I can go to my countertop ready to eat snacks and enjoy a nutritious snack (things like garlic basil chia crisps, prunes, dates, sprouted / dehydrated sunflower and pumpkin seeds, goji berries, raisins, etc).

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