Hi everyone! I’m happy to share with you all another one of my low fat raw vegan recipes. This one is a flavor packed rainbow beet salad! Oh my heavens is it so delicious! It’s so fun to munch & crunch away on the nutritional rainbow! Recipe down below. Enjoy the fun video! 🙂

Salad Bed is the stem and leaf tops from 2 large beets, carrots, celery, multicolored sweet mini peppers, cauliflower, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, and spinach (you use whatever your little heart desires though). 🙂

2/3 cups water
3 medjool dates
3 large lemon wedges
garlic, ginger, leek onion, oregano to taste

*Blend your dressing and pour over your salad bed & enjoy all that raw nutrition your body craves! 🙂

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Go raw vegan and love being raw! I completely believe in the low fat raw vegan lifestyle that’s for sure! I’m happy to share this lifestyle with anyone and everyone. We all deserve a happy, healthy, and abundant life and a healthy lifestyle does just that. If you are interested in the raw vegan lifestyle, please check out some of these other amazing individuals that can help you in your journey to health and healing:

Loren Lockman

Robert Morse ND


Ellen Fisher

Sweet Natural Living

Ted Carr from Fruitliving

The Raw Life Health Show

Lissa’s Raw Food Romance

Jonny Juicer





Victoria RawVegan

That RAW Nurse

*I am not claiming to be the health expert, nutritionist, dietitian in anyway. I’m just a regular person sharing my thoughts, opinions, and spreading a positive message to anyone who wants to listen. 🙂

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  1. miss Staci you don’t use fat such as omega 3 in your salades ???? Hempseeds ??? Can we combine dates with fat for a good digestion ???

    • Hi Josiane. I usually don’t like to include fats in my dinner salads and veggie dishes. Once in a while I’ll make a hemp seed dressing to dish veggies in, but that’s actually on rare occasions. I know that it’s best to add these fats that you mentioned to our salads for better absorption of nutrients from the greens, but I find the fats take away the flavors in my salads. I get so focused on trying to taste the flavor of the fats that I miss out on the savory flavors of my salad. For me, if I’m going to eat my fats I want to really taste and enjoy the fats and I like to eat them in a sweet/cream/dessert-like way. I tend to always get my fats from either durian, avocado, nuts & dates, or shakes. I find that eating dates with fats digests just fine. I do it all the time. For me, I have no problem digesting those combos. Some people seem to have difficulties with it, but you most certainly can do it if you have no problem with it. I know it’s always best to eat your fats with your salads, but I just can’t do that. I’ve gotta really enjoy my fats in a different way. Hope that helps some Josiane. 🙂


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