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Raw Curried Squash Vegetable Noodles on Spinach and Contest Winners!

We have our contest winners! Emails have been sent out. Rebecca, Shelley and Kerry, congratulations!

Winter brings challenges when it comes to raw food, unless you are living in Costa Rica! We crave warmer food, more substantial food. As you know, I don’t have a problem with adding some cooked food. It is my opinion that it should be plant based, whole food. Sometimes adding a good soup, or other cooked food can keep you from over eating some of the raw food that isn’t so good for you in large quantities. Like nuts and coconut oil.


Curried Squash Noodles


You can also have raw dishes that are heartier. This recipe for Curried Squash Vegetable Noodles on Spinach fits that profile. Raw squash noodles are delicious and well paired with the curry sauce. And when you put it on your bed of spinach, the veggie quantity goes up significantly. It is a great mid-winter recipe.

If you are looking for more transitional foods, we have a wonderful e-book called, Rawmazing Transitional Foods. The beauty of this book is that every recipe includes a raw component. Best of both worlds! You can find it here: Rawmazing Transitional Foods.


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  1. Tammy wrote on March 23, 2015

    Made this for my families first raw meal and it was a hit! Thanks for sharing.

  2. sylvie wrote on March 4, 2015

    A bit happiness during winter, that’s what provides this appetizing salad, thank you!

  3. Kenda wrote on March 2, 2015

    Susan my question is regarding the hazelnut truffles. It’s impossible for me to roll the stuff into balls because it’s too liquids. Was I supposed to let the coconut butter cool off after I melted it?


  4. Tammy wrote on March 1, 2015

    Made this for dinner tonight (first raw meal for my family) it was a big hit! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Barbara Weith wrote on February 19, 2015

    What a beautiful looking dish! Do you have any tricks for softening the butternut squash noodles (so that they
    truly have more of a mouth feel like pasta and for warming the dish (as in a dehydrator) to really enjoy the warmth of how it looks? Perhaps even warming carefully with a double boiler? Looks like a winner of a recipe. Thanks much–I always enjoy your creations.

  6. Melissa Machowski wrote on February 18, 2015

    I love curry, and this looks like a very interesting and doable version of it. Thanks for the great idea, and the wonderful recipe!


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