You might be interested in eating more raw foods, but not sure where to start. Many people claim to lose weight and feel better when they are eating more raw foods. Some whole foods also have more benefits when eaten raw than when cooked, just as some foods are more beneficial when cooked. Either way we’ve got you covered.

Here are 15 cleansing raw vegan recipes from our Food Monster App we are sure you’ll enjoy!

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1. Creamy Beetroot and Avocado Soup

Creamy Beetroot and Avocado Soup

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Olivia Budgen‘s vibrant Beetroot and Avocado Soup is naturally silky, creamy and extremely fulfilling and satisfying. The deep rich color represents the high content of antioxidants that the beetroot contains. Because this dish is raw, all these antioxidants (along with the enzymes, vitamins and minerals) haven’t been destroyed by heat and your body will be able to efficiently recognize, absorb and utilize them.

2. Raw Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes

Raw Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes

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Olivia Budgen‘s Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes make a perfect and healthy side dish to dollop onto your plate of fresh food.

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3. Kelp Noodle Chili Salad

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This raw Kelp Noodle Chili Salad by Nikki Stokes is a quick, easy and delicious way to start using kelp noodles. It takes barely 10 minutes to pull together, and you can be soaking any remaining “sea” taste out of your kelp noodles while you chop your veggies, so it’s efficient as well.

4. Carrot Ginger Soup with Curried Raisin Relish

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Nikki and Zuzana‘s Carrot Ginger Soup is vegan, gluten-free and suitable for those following a plant-based as well as raw vegan diet and of course anyone who just wants to eat more healthily. The combination of carrots and ginger creates a comforting combination in this satisfying soup – just the right treat during a cool fall season.

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5. Raw Candy-Striped Beet Ravioli

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Rachel Hanawalt‘s vegan Raw Candy-Striped Beet Ravioli recipe is fresh, savory and satisfying. Serve it up as an entrée or an appetizer at your next party!

6. Raw Juice Pulp Crackers

Juice Pulp Crackers

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Juicing is a wonderful way to get your daily recommendation of fruits and vegetables, however, there is one downside: wasted juice pulp. That is unless you have a recipe that uses juice pulp like these crackers by Bianca, the Green Creator! That’s right, these crackers are made with juice pulp, chia seeds, flax meal, tamari, spices, and water. The result is a crunchy, sturdy cracker that is perfect for dipping.

7. Raw Cauliflower ‘Popcorn’

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Craving something crunchy and salty? Jodi Burke‘s raw vegan Cauliflower ‘Popcorn’ recipe is for those days you want to switch it up a bit. Now, raw popcorn really isn’t the same as just popcorn but it is good and if you are wanting to have more raw foods or love cauliflower, then here is your answer. This recipe is simple, easy, fast and tasty – no measuring required!

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8. Raw Sushi Rolls With Sunflower Seed ‘Rice’

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These Raw Sushi Rolls by Gabriella Hose and Joe Furini make a great lunch – they’re so delicious, fun to make, and packed full of color and goodness! Instead of rice, we make a really tasty paste out of sunflower seeds – the texture and taste is weirdly a bit like tuna, but it works perfectly in sushi and adds a great flavor. What’s great about these rolls is you can mix up the recipe depending on what veggies you have in – some great options are avocado, carrot, cucumber, pepper, sprouts, beet, and any pickled veggies, but it’s great to experiment with what you have!

9. Gingery Carrot and Daikon Salad

Gingery Carrot and Daikon Salad

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Daikon has a really good fresh peppery taste which works perfectly for Josephine Watmore‘s Gingery Carrot and Daikon Salad

10. Mu Ssam: Korean White Radish Wraps

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Mu Ssam is a Korean dish that is traditionally served on special occasions because it’s so elegant ad beautiful but these mini wraps do take a bit of time to prepare. This delightful finger food is crunchy, refreshing, and tangy. Julie Park‘s recipe is perfect to start or finish a heavy meal as its light, sharp flavor makes for the perfect palate cleanser.

11. Authentic Spanish Gazpacho

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This authentic Spanish Gazpacho by Abbey Rodriguez is soupendous! Full of garlicky flavor, it’s the perfect cold soup to eat on a hot summer day when you want something light and refreshing.

12. Satay Cashew Balls

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Sometimes the best way to defeat a sweet tooth is by embracing it. Judy Moosmueller‘s raw Satay Cashew Balls have a subtle sweetness, perfect for staving off those pesky sugar cravings. Since they’re packed with cashews, these little guys are the a yummy and healthy snack to take on the go.

13. 10-Minute Raw Curry Zoodles

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How does a brimming bowl full of fresh zucchini noodles doused in a creamy cashew curry sauce sound? Jordan and Clark Cord‘s recipe requires no stovetop, no oven, no cooking, and in 10 minutes goes from the fridge to your plate. Doesn’t get better than that.

14. Zucchini Basil Pesto Lasagna

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Zucchini, cashew cheese, basil pesto, and tomatoes are all combined together to create an explosion of flavor. Amanda Smith‘s Zucchini Basil Pesto Lasagna recipe combines the fresh crunch of the zucchini and tomatoes with the creaminess of the cashew cheese, and the pesto creates a hearty filling meal for everyone.

15. Mango Lime Cabbage Tacos

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Nikki and Zuzana‘s Mango Lime Cabbage Tacos are a fresh, no-cook, nutrient-dense version of veggie tacos with mango lime sauce. You’ll love the way the refreshing filling combines with the creamy sauce to create delicious flavors and a satisfying meal!

We hope you enjoy these delicious recipes! For more information on eating raw vegan foods, check out The 101 on Raw Food and Digestion and 5 Different Ways to Get Started With Raw Food. For more delicious recipes of all kinds, download our Food Monster App where we have over 15,000 vegan and allergy-friendly recipes.

Lead Image Source: Zucchini Basil Pesto Lasagna

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