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Video transcript (approximate)
this is one of my all-time favorite recipes so I want to share with you guys just to give you guys a little taste of what you’re going to find in my recipe book. This is a thick & chunky raw vegetable chili that tastes and looks just like chili so if that is one of your favorite meals or recipes and you want to get into a whole food plant-based diet without giving up that recipe this is the recipe for you. I’m going to show you exactly how I make it. It is so simple. You will need a food processor as well as a blender we’re going to make this up really quick and you’re going to see how simple it is. You’ll have to make this yourself to taste how delicious this recipe is. We’re going to start off with the chunky part of this recipe you need 2 medium zucchini, One medium cucumber three Roma tomatoes three carrots four stalks of celery and one cup organic corn. You’re going to peel the carrots cucumber and zucchini and you will use the shredding blade for the carrots and the S blade for the rest of the vegetables.
For the base the ingredients are 7 Roma tomatoes one stalk of celery 1/2 cup of walnuts one clove garlic 1/2 small yellow or Red Onion two dates one red bell pepper one jalapeno pepper one cup of soaked sun-dried tomatoes and 1/2 cup of the soak water 2 tablespoons of time 2 tablespoons of Sweet Basil 1 tablespoon of cumin 1 tablespoon of chili powder blend all of this together in a blender and mix with your Chunky vegetables.


  1. It looks very nice. I have super basic foods and buy limited number of ingredients plus I’m not raw, but it’s good to know these recipes for if I change in the future. I want to have dishes that make non-vegans happy, and this might be one of them.

    My food consists of (no oil, dairy, meat, refined grains, more processed foods)

    Homemade whole wheat bread: usually 1000-2300 calories each day.
    Raw spinach, 5 ounces daily
    Oatmeal with 1 tbs sugar
    Tea: black, decaf green

    Baked potatoes, for potassium, C and other vitamins (and variety)
    Whole wheat pasta
    Mashed pinto beans, brown rice, picante sauce, with spinach

    I use iodized table salt on everything but not too much. I realized recently that a lot of the food logging sites don’t register iodine in potatoes, and I very well might get enough. I could switch to a no-salt diet if so.

    • Sounds great Joe! I hope this comes in handy if you ever want to try out some raw recipes. I try to make them as minimal as possible in terms of ingredients and expense so hoping that helps!

  2. Alright another hand talker 👋🏼 (high five) like me!! Great video, look forward to perfecting mine like this now that I have a tripod. Taking a break from spicy foods at the moment to clear my face but I will not forget this recipe. It really does look like chili.

    • I don’t like baked potatoes so much but haven’t tried adding some other vegetables in there to spice it up. I do however really like baked potato slices and sometimes eat a large amount of them. They can be cooked so they are crunchy like potato chips, but no oil, and with salt are almost like a tasty treat. I overlap the edges on the pan so they don’t’ stick hardly. I heard parchment paper works well for that too, so oil not really needed.


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