Making Fermented and Dehydrated Raw Vegan Foods

When you are in the transitional phase of the raw vegan foods diet, and when you are cold in winter, these are some of the things which can make the diet more sustainable for you. While many of us are not 100% raw especially in winter — 80% raw, 20% quinoa — if you do want to keep it as raw as possible, fermenting and dehydrating will really help, because these foods more closely resemble the cooked and processed foods we are used to. They are a bit denser, and they can be served warm as well, fresh from the Excalibur dehydrator!

Check it out! Here are some photos from my recent Full Day Raw Fermented and Dehydrated Foods Activation Class in Richmond, VA.

My upcoming book “Raw Inspirations” will have recipes for these yummy hearty foods.

Raw Vegan Sunflower-Flax Garden Crackers

Raw Vegan Mushroom Burgers

Making Kale Chips

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About Laura Fox

Laura Fox, host of Visionary Culture Radio, produces events and media to assist in The Shift.
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One Response to Making Fermented and Dehydrated Raw Vegan Foods

  1. Julianne says:

    These look absolutely delicious! I am looking for ideas for the mushrooms I am just harvesting from my indoor growing kit.

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