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List of Raw Foods
for the Raw Foods Diet

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What can you eat?

The following is a list of foods for this diet:

Vegetables:  

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.

    Arugula
    Beets
    Bell peppers: red, orange, yellow
    Bok choy
    Broccoli
    Cauliflower
    Celery
    Collard greens
    Cucumber
    Garlic
    Ginger
    Jalapeno pepper
    Kale
    Lettuce
    Onion
    Peas
    Romaine
    Spinach
    Swiss chard
    Tomato
    Watercress
    Zucchini

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Sea vegetables:

    Arame
    Dulse
    Kelp
    Kelp noodles
    Nori sheets (unroasted)
    Wakami

Fruits

You can choose fruits that are whole, dehydrated, dried, frozen, or in juices or smoothies. 

    Apple
    Apricot
    Avocado
    Banana
    Blueberry
    Grapes
    Lemon
    Lime
    Mango
    Orange
    Papaya
    Pineapple
    Plum
    Raspberry
    Strawberry

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Dried fruits:

    Cacao powder, raw
    Cacao nibs
    Carob powder
    Cranberries
    Dates
    Goji berries
    Raisins
    Sun-dried tomatoes

Fermented Foods

    Coconut kefir
    Coconut yogurt
    Kimchi
    Miso paste
    Rejuvelac
    Sauerkraut

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Beans and Legumes

You are allowed dried, raw, and preferably organic.

    Lentils
    Chickpeas
    Adzuki beans
    Mung beans

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.

    Almonds
    Brazil nuts
    Cashews
    Chia seeds
    Flax seeds
    Hazelnuts
    Hemp seeds
    Macadamia nuts
    Pecans
    Pine nuts
    Pistachios
    Pumpkin seeds
    Sesame seeds
    Sunflower seeds
    Walnuts
    Almond butter, raw
    Cashew butter, raw
    Tahini (sesame seed butter), raw
    Raw nut and seed "milks"
    Seed crackers (e.g. chia, flax), raw

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Herbs, Spices, and Condiments

    Apple cider vinegar
    Basil
    Bragg’s Liquid Aminos
    Cayenne
    Celtic sea salt
    Chives
    Chocolate, raw
    Cinnamon, ground
    Cumin, ground or seeds
    Curries
    Dill
    Ginger root
    Nama shoyu (raw soy sauce)
    Parsley
    Raw honey
    Himalayan salt
    Vanilla beans, raw
    Vinegars

Fats

    Avocados
    Coconut oil and butter, raw
    Cold-pressed, extra-virgin olive oil
    Chia oil
    Flax seed oil, raw
    Hemp seed oil, raw
    Olive oil (cold-pressed, extra-virgin)

Sweeteners

You will find that many sweeteners are processed, so they are not  raw.

    Agave nectar, raw
    Coconut nectar
    Honey, raw
    Mesquite powder
    Stevia powder
    Date sugar
    Yacon syrup

Beverages

    Barley grass
    Vegetable or fruit juice (freshly squeezed or frozen, unpasteurized)
    Young coconut water
    Wheatgrass

Foods that are considered NOT to be raw:

Toasted
Roasted
Cooked
Baked
Dry Roasted
Canned
Herbal Teas (herbal tea leaves are heated during processing)

 

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