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Raw Guacamole Dip Sandwiches with Smoked Red Pepper “Cheese” Sauce and Chipotle Buns

On Monday, I wrote a long post about growing herbs in pots. And then, this happened. The herb post will have to wait. You need this recipe.


Raw, Vegan Guac Sandwich with Smoked Red Pepper "Cheese" Sauce


Raw Vegan Guac Sandwiches with Smoked Red Pepper "Cheese" Sauce


The recipe for the buns are here, too. I am pretty excited about them. They are made with from veggies and have a wonderful bread-like texture. The guacamole dip and the Smoked Red Pepper “Cheese” Sauce? I had to restrain myself from eating them with a spoon.

I won’t make you wait any longer. Don’t be intimidated by this recipe. If you make the buns the day before, it comes together very quickly. Did I mention they are chipotle buns? And don’t forget to soak your cashews.

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  1. Christina wrote on June 11, 2015

    HI Susan,

    The cheese turned out divine! Thank you for the recipe. I wanted to try the buns now but after searching for psyllium hucks locally I see that it is labeled with the proposition 65 warning. After further research I discovered that it has various harmful levels of lead. Have you researched this ingredient? Any insight?

  2. Chris wrote on June 4, 2015

    An Explosion of Flavors…Thank you for this recipe, It is so so GOOD!!

  3. Winnie wrote on May 7, 2015

    this recipe sound great can’t wait to try this

  4. Lisa wrote on May 6, 2015

    I made this “cheese” sauce last night. You were right….I needed this recipe. It was amazing! Thank you thank you!

  5. Jahirul wrote on May 5, 2015

    Yum, Yum . Looks super tasty. 🙂

  6. Christina wrote on May 4, 2015

    Hi Susan,

    Cashew cheese sauce!!?? Yes please!! I could just imagine how delicious this is once pulled together. Question, what is the purpose of the nutritional yeast in the cheese sauce? Can I omit?

    • kate mccabe wrote on August 17, 2017

      you could leave it out. I never use the stuff. I think we would be shocked if we knew how it was made….i do know that the vitamins that are added to it are all synthetic. I have done my research. It is used in so many ‘raw’ recipes. i wish it wasn’t

    • Susan wrote on May 4, 2015

      Hi, Christina, The nutritional yeast is for the cheesy flavor. It is not a dead yeast that is full of b vitamins! Cheers!

  7. jill wrote on May 4, 2015

    This recipe looks so amazing. I can’t wait to make it. I am new to this site and can’t believe what you do to raw ingredients.
    I can’t wait to get a dehydrator. I have tried a few things in the oven and they have come out ok but not raw? I am so
    excited to have found you.

  8. Karen wrote on May 4, 2015

    hello, sorry for my bad English!
    Firstly a big thank you for your recipes that here, in France , are still close to the success of the family. I’m a novice in the raw food, I allow myself to ask you a little information. Do you think if I dried my preparations on a board above my wood stove, this will taint nutrients from food ? Do it can stay raw?
    Thank you, soon, Karen

    • Susan wrote on May 4, 2015

      It would be better if you used a screen so the air can flow. It should stay raw but if it is humid at all, you might have trouble with mould or bacteria. Cheers!

  9. laura wrote on May 3, 2015

    Help! I’m making this right now and there is no liquid in the cheese sauce ingredient list. I have a Vitamix and it will not blend this…too dry. Is there supposed to be water added?

    • Susan wrote on May 3, 2015

      If you soaked the cashews until they were fully softened, it should be ok. Also, you will need to use the tamper for this. You can always add a little water if necessary. Cheers!


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