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Raw Veggie Rice with Tamari Orange Sauce

This veggie recipe is quick, easy and satisfying!

Here is a quick, raw “stir fry” that makes a great meal. It’s a great addition to your veggie recipes. It is loaded with vegetables, and topped with a Tamari Orange sauce that gives just the right amount of sweet and sour. No oil, no added fat. You can eat this to your heart’s content. And your heart will be content with all those wonderful nutrients.


Raw Vegan "Stir Fry" with Tamari Orange Sauce


The “rice” is cauliflower and parsnips and is combined with carrots, mushrooms, snow peas, scallions, peppers and mung bean sprouts. A beautiful medley of color and goodness. I think this will become a favorite go-to recipe.


Raw Vegan "Stir Fry" Veggies with Tamari Orange Sauce Raw Vegan "Stir Fry" with Tamari Orange Sauce
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  1. Yvette wrote on June 4, 2016

    Hi I just made this and it is delicious though I added half cup of orange juice. Thank you for sharing. Yvette

  2. Amber Briggs wrote on January 14, 2016

    Made this last night and it was sooooo good, thank you so much for sharing!

    I added broccoli and a little bit of sesame oil to the mix and it was seriously SO yummy. We will definitely be making it again, thank you so much!

  3. Rick Liebenthal wrote on December 24, 2015

    So I been talking to my wife who has celiac disease. Decided to make this for dinner tonight. My oh my am I surprised how well it tastes. We have been an eco friendly family since we started dating 4 years ago. Her child and our 1 year old show signs of celiac disease as well. It scares me to death about what people put into their body. Now we or at least myself wont go completely raw. I do like my occasional steak. But we decided to cut bad to one meat entree a week(we use to eat it everyday) and it was so costly finding grass fed beef corn fed chicken and other meat certified gluten free. Anyways this recipe is amazing and thank you for making it a heck of a lot easier making food the whole family enjoys. 🙂 merry holidays

    • Susan wrote on December 24, 2015

      Hi, Rick, Thanks so much for taking the time to tell me this. It is why I do what I do and it is wonderful to hear that my recipes are welcomed and enjoyed. 🙂

  4. Tatihana Hund wrote on November 12, 2015

    Hello there!

    I am very new to raw, just started today. But I have been looking over your website and wonderful recipes for months now. I am from Uruguay, where most of the foods eaten there are steak and pasta, bread is also a favorite. So you can only imagine how hard it ALREADY is for me to eat raw. But I am determined to do this. I am looking forward to its rewards. One thing I tell myself is as long as I keep it interesting and flavorful I can do this! Your recipes sure look like both. Thank you so much for your inspirational website and amazing work! Congratulations on your marriage by the way 😉

    -Tatihana H.

    • Susan wrote on November 12, 2015

      Thank you for the kind words, Tatihana. I am so glad you found the site!

  5. jill wrote on April 25, 2015

    I am new to raw eating but have been a chef for years and I am so excited to see these incredible recipes. You have
    truly inspired me.

    • Susan wrote on April 25, 2015

      Thank you, Jill!

  6. Ingredient1 wrote on April 8, 2015

    You caught our attention with “raw rice”! Love the idea of using parsnips in addition to cauliflower – very innovative!

  7. Samantha wrote on April 8, 2015

    I made this for dinner last night and it instantly became a staple! I really cannot wait to pick up these ingredients from the farmers market and enjoy this even more when I know the farmers that created them. I’m kind of new to raw meals, but this was a great start! Thank you!!

    • Susan wrote on April 8, 2015

      So glad you liked it, Samantha! Cheers!

  8. christine wrote on April 6, 2015

    I’m hoping to start including more raw food in my life, and this looks like a good place to start – thank you:)


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