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From the "Preface" by Victoria Moran... If they'd needed a "cookbook" in Eden, this could have been the one, full of heavenly delicacies from the orchard and garden! This is euphoria food, too-good-to-be-good-for-you food succulent, flavorful, exquisite food! Dr. Graham's recipes are just what the doctor ordered for keeping the level of fresh, unprocessed foods high in your diet. In addition to the physical benefits, featuring uncooked foods as the predominant part of your diet offers more subtle rewards as well. You'll spend less time in the kitchen; you'll have more hours for exercise, relaxation, expanding your mind, enjoying hobbies, and being with those you love.


Cold Slaws

Shred a vegetable, and you have a "slaw." Slaws are one of my favorite vegetable meals because they are easy to eat and have potential for so much variety. The mechanical digestion has been partially done by machines, making slaws a good choice for people with chewing difficulties or for people who are not yet used to the amount of chewing necessary for a fresh, vegetable meal.

I sincerely hope that you will find these recipes as delicious and easy to prepare as I do. Enjoy your meals, in abundant health. Dr. Douglas Graham.

Sprout Slaw

Chop: 2 four-ounce containers of alfalfa sprouts into half-inch lengths

Mix in: 1/2 pound of mung bean sprouts

Shred: 1/4 head of green cabbage

Blend: 2 avocados with 4 tomatoes and pour this over the vegetables and sprouts

Mix: And serve garnished with whole celery stalks.

Red Slaw

Shred: 1/2 head of red cabbage

2 cucumbers

Blend: 6 to 8 tomatoes

4 ounces of pecans

Optional: 1 tablespoon dehydrated beet powder

Pour: Over shredded vegetables, mix, and serve.


  Cashew Slaw

Grate: 1/2 head of green cabbage

1/4 head of red cabbage

6 celery stalks

1 large red bell pepper

Top with 4 ounces of "Cashew Cream" made by soaking 4 ounces of raw cashews for 24 hours in enough distilled water to cover the nuts completely; then blend nuts with the water on high for one minute.

Celery Slaw

Grate: 1 large bunch of celery

2 red bell peppers

Blend: 3 or 4 tomatoes

4 ounces of walnuts to make a dressing

Mix: All the ingredients with the dressing. Serve lemon on the side.

Green Slaw

Shred: 1 half green cabbage

1 medium bunch of celery

Blend: 2 avocados

1 stalk of broccoli

8 ounces of water

Mix: All the ingredients with the dressing. Garnish by thinly slicing one red bell pepper on top.

Caul Slaw

Shred: 1 head of cauliflower

1 medium-sized bunch of celery

Blend: High for 1 minute, 8 ounces of soaked, blanched, raw almonds with 4 ounces of water. (Blend in 4 ounces of orange juice for a sweet dressing, plus the juice of one lemon or lime, if you prefer a "bite.")

Mix: All ingredients with a dressing. Add 4 diced tomatoes.

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