For anyone who hasn't tried raw zucchini pasta--DO IT. It's simply DELISH, 100% You can make a raw marinara sauce if you want a fully raw dish, make a cooked one if you're not, or you can simply open a jar of pasta sauce like I did. Here it's with roasted brussels sprouts (my fave..), what was left of my gazpacho, and some mustard chickpeas. So amazingly good.
(Here it is just mixed--so amazingly good. It really didn't need any garnishes.)
Oh, and for those dieters out there--each serving is 1-2 baby squash (depending how much you want to eat)--which is 2-6 calories. Seriously, a large baby squash is all of 3 calories. Tomato sauce tends to be very low calorie too. Great great thing to eat to help fill you up--but obviously make sure you've got some real calories accompanying it--moderation not starvation. ;)
Here I have an apple salad--sliced gala apples, raw pumpkin seeds, and an apple vinaigrette (apple butter for sweet, apple cider for sour, and cinnamon-infused sunflower oil).
And here's my exotic themed fruit breakfast, because I love fruit. ^__^
These were such amazing things. Of the above, the gazpacho, pasta, salad, and fruit are raw. (Duh.) So.. everything but the brussels sprouts and pasta sauce... well fine.
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