Recipe Directions

1 jicama peeled and cut into matchsticks

Marinade

Mix everything but the jicama in a bowl, then add in the jicama and shake it around until evenly coated.

Marinade these preferably over night or just enjoy as is. I like to dehydrate mine so they aren't as messy for about 1 hour at 105 degrees while I make the rest of my toppings.

Base

My favorite extra to add in at the end is 1 cup of raisins. The raisins amp up the texture and provide a sweet little surprise when you bite into it. I prefer not to grind them up, rather just keep them whole. Also try to find golden raisins they are delicious!

The flavors get better and better the longer the "meat" sits in the refrigerator. If possible I recommend letting this sit over night to get the best overall flavor.

I also like to throw kale or mustard greens in it to give it extra nutrition and a chunkier texture.

Last but not least I cut up a few onion and garlic chive slices and throw it on top and it's ready to eat or you can dehydrate for 30 minutes at 105 degrees until warm. The cheese thickens and stays on the fries better when dehydrated. Over all this recipe is an A+ for me, it hits the spot every time.

 

 

Amandanicolesmith's Thoughts

By amandanicolesmith

I have to say this is probably the most brilliant discovery in raw food history! There is nothing I missed more than warm crispy fries loaded with the good stuff. Miss no more because now there is an amazing raw version.

There are 4 stages to this recipe but don't be afraid it doesn't take long and it lasts a couple of days! This recipe makes a large batch of "meat", cheeze, and salsa. If I have extra I use them for tacos, chili bowls and/or more jicama fries! Use corn tortillas or you can use good ol' collard greens for wraps. It's a favorite amongst my raw and non raw friends! 

 

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I was so excited when I saw this recipe, but alas it is loaded with "nutritional yeast" which is not raw and gives me asthma. Are there any viable subs?

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Hi Sueko, this is a community recipe, not one of mine - perhaps zhanna (the original recipe creator) will answer you!

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I was so excited when I saw this recipe, but alas it is loaded with "nutritional yeast" which is not raw and gives me asthma. Are there any viable subs?

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Hi Sueko, this is a community recipe, not one of mine - perhaps zhanna (the original recipe creator) will answer you!

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