3 AWESOME Healthy Salad Recipes THAT AREN’T BORING | FullyRaw Vegan

3 AWESOME Healthy Salad Recipes THAT AREN’T BORING | FullyRaw Vegan

What up, you guys. It’s Christina, and I
am so happy to be back in the kitchen with
you today because we’re going to be making some
delicious summer salad recipes. Now, these are no ordinary
summer salad recipes. They’re a little bit sweet,
they’re a little bit spicy. They got some sass
and personality, and I know that you’re
going to love them. If you haven’t already,
hit the Subscribe button because there is only
more deliciousness to come, and I’d like to give a special
thank you to Jada spices for collaborating with
me on this video today. We’re going to have a
good time, and if you are interested in any
of the raw vegan recipes that I’m sharing with you
today, click on the links below to download my fully
raw vegan recipe app, where you can find
more than 300 raw vegan recipes all at your fingertips. And for those of you
who do have my app, a special surprise for
you has just been added. I have added a sweet
corn Mexican salad recipe into my app that you
can enjoy in addition to these amazing salads that
I am preparing for you today. So if you’re interested
in all of these recipes, click below and download my app. All that being said, let’s jump
straight into these recipes. Are you ready? Let’s go. The first salad recipe that I’m
going to be sharing with you is a strawberry plum salad. I should probably just call
this the Little Red Riding Hood salad because it is filled
with so many beautiful colors and a lot of them just
happened to be red. I just came up with
that now, by the way. You don’t need any
equipment for this recipe. All you need is a knife
and a cutting board. I’d go ahead and choose any
salad bowl of your choice to get started, and when
you have that selected, let’s go ahead and add
on in approximately two heaping handfuls
of fresh baby spinach, one large handful
of spring mix, you can always add a little bit
more, a little bit less greens, depending on what you prefer. Chop up approximately one
to two cups of tomatoes and I’m going to be using these
absolutely delicious heirloom baby tomatoes. These are some of my summer
favorites right here. After you’ve added
in your tomatoes, grab approximately
three to four plums. They can be purple or red,
and slice them thinly, or however you’d like to
add them into your salad. Plums are a summer
seasonal fruit, and they’re so sweet and
juicy and perfect to add into any summer salad. After you’ve added
in your plums, grab approximately two
cups of fresh strawberries and slice them however you’d
wish, and begin to add those into your salad as well. After I’ve added
my strawberries, I’m going to finely
mince some fresh basil, and sprinkle it into my salad. I’m also going to sprinkle
in some raw walnuts and some raw pistachios. For the dressing, we’re going
to keep this super simple, and we’re going to let the
Jada spices do all of the work. I’m going to sprinkle on
approximately two tablespoons of balsamic vinegar, and if you
don’t have balsamic vinegar, you can always use
apple cider vinegar. After I drizzle
on my vinegar, I’m going to top it off by
sprinkling on the original Jada spice salt on here. All of these flavors
together are a masterpiece. Ladies and gentlemen, I
present our first summer salad a recipe. This beautiful
strawberry plum salad. How mouthwatering
does this look? It looks refreshingly good,
and I’m ready to dive in. The second summer salad recipe
that I’m going to be making is a peach arugula
regular salad. When ready, go ahead and
place approximately three heaping handfuls
of fresh arugula into any bowl of your choice. After you’ve done this, you can
go ahead and peel approximately three to four baby
mandarins, or you can chop up some
oranges or tangerines to add into the salad as well. After you’ve added
in your tangerines, we’re going to add in peaches. I’m going to add in
approximately two to four yellow peaches
sliced, and then I’m going to finally mince a
little bit of fresh Rosemary, and a little bit of fresh
thyme to sprinkle on top. Once those ingredients
are added into your bowl, go ahead and push it
aside for just one second and grab a tiny mixing bowl. In the sauce, add in
approximately two tablespoons of lime juice, two tablespoons
of raw coconut nectar or maple syrup, and a dash of
the lime Jada salt. And if you don’t want
to use the lime flavor, I also recommend the
turmeric one as well. With a fork, you can
mix these together until it reaches the
consistency that you desire, and then go ahead and drizzle
this on top of your salad. This salad has some
sweet, it has some spice, and it is everything
that is nice. [MUSIC PLAYING] The third summer
salad recipe that I’m going to be sharing with you
is a bell pepper mango salad, and this salad
recipe is actually inspired by my beautiful
friend, Mimi Ikonn. I was recently in London
and I ate dinner with her, and she made me this salad. And while this may not
be the exact recipe, it’s pretty darn close. So I’m dedicating
this recipe to Mimi because it is
absolutely delicious. Mimi, you hit a home
run with this one. I love you. For this recipe, go ahead and
chop the following ingredients, and place them in your
serving bowl of choice. One red bell pepper sliced. You can even do two red bell
peppers if you want abundance. One orange bell peppers sliced. One yellow bell pepper sliced. One green bell pepper
sliced, or even what I’m using right now
is one huge poblano pepper to give it a little
bit of a kick. I’m also going to be adding
in two sliced tomatoes, and you can add in your
choice here of whatever kind of beans or peas
that you’d like. I’m going to add in some
French long beans here and some snap peas. You can also use edamame,
if you’d like to use those. And the special
ingredient of this salad is we’re going to
add in approximately two cups of sliced, ripe mango. You can also sprinkle in some
Brazil nuts into the salad so you can get your
daily dose of selenium. [MUSIC PLAYING] Now that we have all
of our ingredients and our serving bowl of
choice ready to go, place this to the side and let’s
make the dressing. Two tablespoons of
freshly squeezed lime juice, two
tablespoons of nama shoyu, one large tablespoon of
finely minced cilantro, and for the final touch, you
can add in any Jada spice salt in here that you’d like. I’m going to add
in the red pepper. Mix this up with a fork until
it takes on the consistency that you’d like, and
drizzle it over your salad. This salad tastes delicious when
you mix the sauce in and let it marinate for
about an hour or two, so I would recommend
that as well. How colorful and delicious
does this salad look? Now this is what I like to
call eating the rainbow. [MUSIC PLAYING] I want to thank you all so
much for joining me today. It has been an absolute pleasure
being in the kitchen with you. I hope that you have found
these recipes to be helpful. If you have, please
come at below and let me know which one of these
might be your favorite. And if you haven’t
already, please hit the Subscribe button
because there is only more deliciousness to come. A special thank you goes
out to Jada Spices chicken salts today, which
are all vegan, and raw turmeric
based salts that are actually good for your
body and fight inflammation. They really add that extra
bit of flavor to any day, so if you’re interested
in these spices/salts, please click on the
links in the description below so that you
can get yours today. If you’re looking
for food recipes, this is the app for you and I
appreciate all of your support and I hope that you love it. All right, you guys. I’m going to go and enjoy
some of these delicious salads that I just made, and
I hope that you get to go and do the same as well. Sending you all my
hugs and my love, and I’ll see you
in my next video. [MUSIC PLAYING]

100 thoughts on “3 AWESOME Healthy Salad Recipes THAT AREN’T BORING | FullyRaw Vegan

  1. PS. These recipes have just been added into my FullyRaw Recipe App for those of you who have it and want to make one of these for dinner tonight! ๐Ÿ™‚ Enjoy!

  2. I'm probably the only Aussie who detests the Aussie staple, Chicken salt, and watching you put it ( even though JADA is vegan) over salads makes me nauseous. I understand you may be sponsored by them, but I wish you would give alternative options for seasoning. It seems almost every recipe of yours now uses JADA products and I can't find a stockist in Aus anyway.

  3. Looks like this could cause a issue with digestion and worse kidney stones!! Eating a lot of high oxalate foods cause stones… I found out the hard way ๐Ÿ˜ฉ it sucks eating so much greens can also not be the best unfortunately

  4. Awesome video!!! One question though…it looks like you lost some weight recently and I'm wondering if you changed something in your diet or just working out more. I'm vegan (as much raw as possible but not perfect!) And have been trying to lose about 15 lbs. I'm walking 6 miles a day but if there's any advice I'd love to hear it. I wanna say you look great now but you look AMAZING both ways ๐Ÿ™‚ #GORGEOUS!!!

  5. These are amazing recipes! Thank you for sharing! Can't wait to try the Little Red Riding Hood ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿ˜ And the Peach Arugula!!!

  6. You make such delicious vibrant food ! Thank you so much for these recipes ! I just bought your app today . It was lovely to see you at ukfruitfest!

  7. I downloaded your app a few days ago. Very grateful for all the recipes. โ™ฅ๏ธโ™ฅ๏ธโ™ฅ๏ธ

  8. Those salads look kinda fruity ๐Ÿ˜‚
    That's a trick I learnt too, getting off the sugar train, fruit makes a great sweetener. Thank you salad sensi ๐Ÿ™

  9. Awesome !! Iโ€™m loving your raw vegan salads, smoothies and juices!! Iโ€™ve been raw vegan for 50 days today !! Healed me physically sooo much !!! I thank you for this. Iโ€™ve done so many, if not all, of your challenges over the past year and a half. I feel better than I ever have!!! I have zero intentions of going back to cooked vegan foods!! If I may, I love when you show your yoga routines. Iโ€™d love to see more yoga videos too. ๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ. Thank you Kristina!! You are such light and love ๐Ÿ’š๐ŸŒฑโค๏ธ

  10. Hi Kristina! I hope all is well in your world๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’œ Would like to ask. What's the best way to send you some insights in private if you don't mind? Thanks! Thank you for all you do for our raw vegan community around the globe๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’› I send you all the love in the world!๐Ÿ’š Stay success!๐Ÿ’Ž

  11. That's too much variety and too much volume for a person to consume. It's unnatural. I suspect that's why people who eat like this appear so unhealthy.

  12. That strawberry ๐Ÿ“ salad… what. Amazing! I think I would add a tiny splash of maple syrup with Himalayan salt pinch. Umami

  13. You eat the whole salad yourself? I'm always such a slow eater, It would take an extremely long time for me to complete it.

  14. They look great Iโ€™m just having a hard time thinking how that will fill me up, all the chewing and how much that would cost to make ….

  15. I love your videos and I want to believe in this diet, but I think you need collagen supplements or something Kristina, you did lose the weight, but the quality of your skin and hair decreased dramatically making you look much older than you really are. Just goes to show that a vegan diet is indeed a deficient diet. If you incorporated a bit fish or seafood you would have transformed into a goddess. Much love x

  16. Kristina what is your view on combining fruit and fats in a salad? I can't seem to grasp a good notion of food combining when it comes to fruit and fat (nuts, seeds, avocado etc.) together.

  17. Hi Kristina it looks delicious especially the mango one. I would like so much to come to your retreat in bali but i canโ€™t afford it.Thank you anyway for sharing your recipes ! i am currently thinking about going raw vegan because i am a newbie hclf and i find it way more easy to digest raw foods and i would not have to cook lol. Weโ€™ll see! God bless u my dear.

  18. It's bizarre how the current carnivore cult is insisting that veganism is unhealthy when Kristina, assuming she's honest which I believe she is, has set a long-term example of how veganism, and even raw veganism, seems to work great for her. I'm not vegan, btw, but I like to use Kristina as an example to those who insist keto/etc is the "only way" and veganism is some sort of political agenda (??). There are other examples besides her, but the carnivores can't counter it with anything worthy at all; she seems completely healthy, period.

  19. Kristina, I have followed you for a little while and I don't think I have seen you ever use a food dehydrator. What are your thoughts about them? Do you use them?

  20. Your hair looks Amazing! What are using and doing to get it so gorgeous. Salads look delicious, I am trying the first one.

  21. Dear Christina, I love all those summer salads. I would try them all. I think you very much for your wonderful videos I always need the encouragement.

  22. These are so good because it is so hot out here in Nevada. I did not get notified about this video and I have been subscribed. I looked for a video from you and whalla here was this one.

  23. Kristina can be hilarious when she wants to be. I don't think I've ever seen a video of hers without smiling. ๐Ÿ˜Š

  24. Balsamic vinegar and maple syrup? I don't remember hearing you use those ingredients before. Did you just start adding them to your repertoire lately or did I miss it from previous videos?

  25. Keep seeing all these videos from different people with arugula based salads, I'm not sure where everybody is getting this much arugula.. where I live you can't even buy salad mixes with a little bit in it

  26. Aren't most if not all of these foods Man-Made?
    As such, is this truly our natural species specific diet?

    Sincerely asking for an answer.


  27. Looks great but would be more appetising if you removed your jewellery and washed your hands throughly . Where I am from chefs are not allowed to wear rings and bracelets etc. …something to think aboutโค๏ธ

  28. Thin sliced cold beef with perhaps some chimchurri. That's a salad!

    Humans evolved our large brains by eating cooked meat. An inconvenient physiological fact. Feel free to shrink you brain.

  29. I love your salads but I think that when you're a vegan (raw) you should never use or trust anything with animal NAME on it. It really doesn't make sense to me.

  30. Lovely ๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ˜† working on the Lectin Free version so I can Enjoy them too .. Thanks for the Inspiration ๐Ÿ˜‰

  31. These are the simplest salads you made. I can definitely make these. I like it cause it's so basic with the added fruit. Your hair looks amazing I think it grew.

  32. Love your channel. Just found it. My wife and I have been vegan now for 9 years and will be for life. We are always looking for new vegan recipes.

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