How To Enjoy Raw Foods During The Winter Time!

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Tips to enjoy raw foods during the winter

There are things you can do to stay warm with raw foods during the winter. It is a misconception that you can only eat cold foods  on a raw food diet. Eat warm food, just do not heat them above 120F (water 160F).

So you can heat your raw uncooked food a bit. Spices like pepper and ginger make raw food more warming. Warm your plate and drink warm apple cider. there are many more tips ,you can find below to make your winter with raw food more comforting.

Enjoy your  raw food during the winter!

How To Enjoy Raw Foods During The Winter!

If you enjoy a raw food diet for energetic or nutritional benefits, you might understand that it can be tough to stick with a raw food diet throughout the year, especially in the winter. Don’t feel bad about enjoying a cooked meal with friends or family, especially during the holidays when it is cold outside. The occasional cooked meal won’t ruin your energy levels or send you into a tailspin of junk food munching if you incorporate a mix of both raw and cooked foods in your diet during the winter season.

If you’re craving comfort food, you’ll need to keep some special tricks in mind to make your dishes more satisfying than cut fruits and veggies alone. Here are some helpful tips:

 Pulse Your Processor

Your food processor has the power to really mix things up when it comes to creating comforting raw meals. Pulse mushrooms to create a rich base for chili – just add chopped tomatoes, cilantro, cumin, and salt to taste. Chop up some sunflower seeds to make yourself a satisfying mock tuna salad – add chopped onion, garlic, chives, and some salt to seal the deal. The possibilities are endless here! Try using your food processor to make Raw Harvest soup, which is especially handy if you don’t want to pull out your blender or don’t have a high speed blender to do the job.

Wilt Away


Wilting your greens is an excellent way to add some warmth and depth to your meals. Marinade thin strips of kale, collards, or chard in a mixture of lemon juice, olive oil, and a little Chinese 5-spice for added flavor.

Dig into Dehydrating

You have probably enjoyed your fair share of dehydrated foods like crackers and pizza crusts, but those aren’t the only way a dehydrator can comfort you throughout the year. After whipping up a bowl of raw sweet potato spaghetti, zucchini pasta feast or a sundried tomato hummus, why not use your dehydrator to warm it up instead of using the oven?

Get to Blending

 Blending vegetables is a unique way to create smooth soups that will warm you up from the inside and give you that comfort food feeling all around.

Just about every veggie works well in blended soups.

Add Some Spices


Spicing up your food is sure to spice up your life. They have the power to make meals memorable and provide plenty of health benefits too. Some spices, such as turmeric, has even known to have healing powers. Adding spices such as cinnamon, cloves, tarragon, cumin, and cardamom can transform your meals from bores to scores each and every time they are used. A Green Ginger Super Smoothie is also nice with the warmth of ginger added, to your  raw food during the winter

Lead Image Source: Traditional Spaghetti Made Vegan With Raw Zucchini Noodles

Source: How You Can Make Raw Foods More Satisfying in the Winter!

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