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Vegan Pad Thai Style Noodles and Veggies

What a journey raw food can take us on! It all started with a longing for Vegan Pad Thai, took a stop along the way to make raw fresh coconut milk and ended up with this wonderful Asian inspired dish that really isn’t Vegan Pad Thai at all!



The flavors are fresh, bright and inspiring. The sauce, made from almond butter, coconut milk and tamarind combines with the fresh veggies and kelp noodles beautifully. Feel free to experiment with your veggies in this dish. This is a great dish for dinner or lunch and keeps well for a few days. Kelp Noodles are a fun addition. They have little to no taste so pick up the flavors of the sauce and other veggies beautifully. They bring a delightful fresh crunch to the dish.




For more information about Kelp Noodles click here: Kelp Noodles


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  1. JoAnn wrote on May 3, 2012

    I waited to comment until I actually made it and well…. I made it! Oh, and I’ll be making this again for sure! I changed up a few ingredients but it was wonderful! The flavors were so vivid and I just loved the bite of the chili flakes! (maybe I added too much?? oh well!) I was inspired to make this recipe since I was about to make the coconut milk from scratch anyway!
    Thank you very much for your recipe and inspiration to eat healthier!

  2. Susan wrote on May 2, 2012

    I used crimini but you can use what ever you wish. Cheers!

  3. dee wrote on May 2, 2012

    What were the mushrooms you used?

  4. Tamzin wrote on April 28, 2012

    Yay to this I love love love kelp noodles and your blog : )

    • Susan wrote on April 28, 2012


  5. Anna wrote on April 23, 2012

    Made this for lunch today…………………….yuuuuuummmm! Thank you, Susan, for yet another awesome recipe! It is perfection as always 🙂

  6. Angela@veggievinyasa wrote on April 21, 2012

    I agree with a few other posters, the sauce sounds ahhh-mazing, but I’m a little scared to try the kelp noodles. Maybe one day soon…

  7. Susan wrote on April 19, 2012

    Sure….you can use what ever you want. Cheers!

  8. Barb wrote on April 19, 2012

    Also I am wondering if zucchini noodles would work?

  9. Susan wrote on April 19, 2012

    You could try an Asian Grocery store. Cheers!


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