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List of Raw Foods for the Raw Foods Diet
by George Pierce
You can use veggies in salads, dressings, soups, and smoothies. Veggies can also be made into noodles and they can be pickled. Frozen veggies that have been boiled or blanched before being frozen are usually no considered raw.
Bell peppers: red, orange, yellow
Nori sheets (unroasted)
You can choose fruits that are whole, dehydrated, dried, frozen, or in juices or smoothies.
You are allowed dried, raw, and preferably organic.
Nuts and Seeds
Raw, uncooked, and preferably organic nuts and seeds can be used in smoothies, nut milks, pesto, non-dairy cheeses, cream, gravy, and ice cream.
Almond butter, raw
Cashew butter, raw
Tahini (sesame seed butter), raw
Raw nut and seed "milks"
Seed crackers (e.g. chia, flax), raw
Herbs, Spices, and Condiments
Apple cider vinegar
Bragg’s Liquid Aminos
Celtic sea salt
Cumin, ground or seeds
Nama shoyu (raw soy sauce)
Vanilla beans, raw
Coconut oil and butter, raw
Cold-pressed, extra-virgin olive oil
Flax seed oil, raw
Hemp seed oil, raw
Olive oil (cold-pressed, extra-virgin)
You will find that many sweeteners are processed, so they are not raw.
Agave nectar, raw
Vegetable or fruit juice (freshly squeezed or frozen, unpasteurized)
Young coconut water
Foods that are considered NOT to be raw:
Herbal Teas (herbal tea leaves are heated during processing)