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Substituting Raw Ingredients for Cooked

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You can learn to transform just about any cooked recipe in a raw, whole food recipe. There is a bit of a learning curve, just as there is when learning how to prepare a different style of cuisine… just know that I am here to help you! All the wonderful pictures that you see below are raw dishes. Binders, thickeners, and emulsifiers Raw version use: psyllium powder, flax, chia seeds, Irish Moss, agar agar, coconut meal, nut cheese, avocado, dates and lecithin. Example of raw binders and thickeners: click here Breads, tortillas, crepes, and flatbreads Raw version use: sprouted, ground…

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