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Side Dishes, Spreads, Dips, Cultured Foods and Appetizers

Looking for a spread for your raw wrap? Or something to pair with a green salad to add a little more substance and flavor? Browse through our curation of dips, spreads, cultured foods and sides, and you're sure to find some favorites.
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  • Green Herb Soup

    Green Herb Soup

    Published: 7/27/2012 2:01 PM
    What's the key to the perfect green soup? You must have an acid, a salt, and a fat in order to balance the often-times strong flavor of greens. If you've ever made a green soup and couldn't really enjoy it due to a bitter taste than this recipe will be a great tried and true base to work with. Heather Pace combines mild flavored spinach with a bit of celery and 3 different fresh herbs. For an acid she uses apple cider vinegar, the fat is avocado, and for salt a pinch of unrefined sea salt does the trick or you can use your favorite sea veggie!
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  • Cream of Tomato Soup

    Cream of Tomato Soup

    Published: 7/13/2012 11:59 AM
    An all American cream of tomato soup complete with onions, garlic, basil and fresh dill! Serve it with a big green leafy salad and an open faced avocado cucumber sandwich with plenty of sprouts on top. The perfect weekend lunch.
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  • Peach Gazpacho

    Peach Gazpacho

    Published: 7/10/2012 11:55 AM
    Chilled soup is always a popular option in hot, humid climates. With this heat streak we've all been experiencing, this recipe is sure to hit the spot and help you stay cool with a full and satisfied belly. This recipe by Jenn
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  • Tomato Basil Soup

    Tomato Basil Soup

    Published: 7/9/2012 11:52 AM
    Simple, satisfying, and sooooo good! Tomato basil soup just seems to sound good no matter what. This particular version by Lisa Viger combines a base of tomatos with celery and carrots, and a bit of zip and heat from onion, black pepper, and red chili flakes (if you dare!). Basil and olive oil are added for the ultimate Italian flavor. This soup is light and perfect for the summer if served chilled. Don't dismiss this recipe in the winter-time however, it is also great gently warmed up on the stove! Lisa also suggests that you try out her blended soup recipes with less or no added oil for a lower fat version if you wish.

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  • Cream of Asparagus Soup

    Cream of Asparagus Soup

    Published: 6/22/2012 9:44 AM
    Sarahfae describes this soup as "an asparagus lovers dream!". This nourishing blended soup can be served either chilled or warmed gently on the stove top depending on your mood (and the weather!). This recipe requires that you make a creamy miso garlic sauce as well which combines with the fresh asparagus to create a super savory, rich, flavorful blended soup experience. Garnish with fresh herbs like dill, parsley, cilantro, cracked black pepper, a little cayenne spice, and of course some diced avocado!

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  • Corn Chowder

    Corn Chowder

    Published: 6/18/2012 10:44 AM
    Is there any cooked food recipe that can't be done raw? Talented chef's like Sarahfae prove that there really isn't! This corn chowder has a hearty and creamy base, is perfectly salted and spiced, and very reminiscent of traditional corn chowder only much more nourishing and healthy. Sarahfae says that you can use both a high speed blender or food processor for this recipe and specifies how much water to use for each method.

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  • Creamy Pea Soup

    Creamy Pea Soup

    Published: 6/17/2012 2:20 PM
    Did you know that you can use your yummy dressings and sauces to create flavorful soups? All you need is a veggie base of your choice (like peas!) a creamy nut based dressing, some additional herbs, spices and salt, and water to blend. This recipe utilizes a creamy miso garlic sauce that can also be found here on RawGuru at:

    Make this soup today and be uplifted and nourished by its vibrant green aura and fresh, wholesome flavor!

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  • Raw Loulou's Carrot Orange and Ginger Soup

    Raw Loulou's Carrot Orange and Ginger Soup

    Published: 6/11/2012 1:35 PM
    What can you do to make your carrot ginger soup a little more interesting? Try blending in a bit of fresh orange juice and a spoonful of raw nut butter! Raw Loulou recommends making this soup extra delicious by using raw cashew butter but almond would also be divine! Carrot and ginger is a classic combination and the addition of orange juice gives this soup an extra little kick that's perfect for spring. Get an abundance of vitamin C, beta carotene, and fresh flavor with this perfectly simple soup recipe.

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  • Chilled Cucumber Avocado Soup

    Chilled Cucumber Avocado Soup

    Published: 6/6/2012 10:26 AM
    Avocado lime soup never fails to hit the spot, especially during the heat of summer. Cucumber and lime will keep you cool and refreshed while avocado bulks things up a bit and makes this recipe satisfying yet light. Seasoned and garnished simply with a dash of black pepper, sea salt, tomato and cilantro, this recipe is ridiculously easy to make. It will become a summer staple in your kitchen without a doubt.

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  • Raw Red Pepper-Pistachio Bisque

    Raw Red Pepper-Pistachio Bisque

    Published: 5/21/2012 11:07 AM
    A creamy, refreshing, paprika laced red bell pepper bisque topped with a delicious vibrant green pistachio parsley pistou (pine-nut-less pesto) which gives the smoothness of the soup a nice amount of nutty texture. Enjoy as the centerpiece of your meal or as an appetizer for lunch or dinner

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  • Red Pepper and Coconut Soup

    Red Pepper and Coconut Soup

    Published: 5/8/2012 7:05 AM
    This soup has been coined by chef Gena Hemshaw as "sinlessly indulgent" and was inspired by a trip to Bonobos in New York City. It is easy to make and is rich, sweet, and satisfying yet light enough to eat a whole bowl (or 2!) Coconut meat is a fantastic source of healthy fats, calcium and potassium and the coconut water will supply you with your daily dose of electrolytes. Use stevia to sweeten for a super low glycemic meal or use a combination of stevia and agave or dates if stevia alone is too strong for your tastes.

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  • Savory Green Smoothie by Natalia

    Savory Green Smoothie by Natalia

    Published: 2/23/2011 10:35 AM
    On a morning when you're craving something less sweet and perhaps a little salty, it's time to try a savory green smoothie. This blends non-sweet fruit with green veggies and a bit of salt. The avocado here is quite filling, so this is a great recipe for those who need a bit of healthy fat to feel satisfied. Blend this up and replace your coffee with a mug full of green smoothie for morning energy you can count on. This also makes a nice, cool summer soup.
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  • Kristen Suzanne's Harvest Soup by Kristen Suzanne

    Kristen Suzanne's Harvest Soup by Kristen Suzanne

    Published: 1/6/2011 9:05 AM
    An easy and delicious recipe for a hearty, warming raw food vegetable soup perfect for Fall or Winter time. With Raw being this easy and delicious, who needs cooked food?


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  • Raw Mirepoix Soup with Shoestring Carrot Crisps by Ingrid Weithers-Barati

    Raw Mirepoix Soup with Shoestring Carrot Crisps by Ingrid Weithers-Barati

    Published: 11/24/2010 4:48 AM
    The French named Mirepoix is a mixture of three diced vegetables: carrots, celery, and onion. It is traditionally used as a flavor base for soups, sauces, stews, and a wide variety of recipes. For this recipe the soup base is the soup.

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  • Avocado Lime Soup by Russel James

    Avocado Lime Soup by Russel James

    Published: 11/22/2010 5:10 AM
    A delightful, creamy avocado lime soup with just the right amount of spice that can be served cold or warm depending on the season

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