Recipe Directions

1. Marinade the vegetables (except the carrot) in the vinegar, agave nectar, sea salt, nama shoyu, and crushed red pepper overnight.

2. Toss marinated vegetables with noodles and olive oil, sesame oil, and salt until well coated.

3. Top with carrot.

 

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A perfect evening meal!

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OH MY GOODNESS!!! My son and I just ate this for lunch and it was *DELICIOUS*!!!! I can't believe it was raw!!! Thank you SO MUCH for sharing this recipe! This is something I can put in his lunch box during the school year! =)

I put too much red pepper in, but it was still good (and it got my son to drink more water!). I added some sliced baby bok choy to our bowls when it was time to eat, so we could have a little crunch. I will definitely be making this again and again!!!

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Now that I am *in love* with this recipe, I can't find any young coconuts!!!!! UGH!

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do you think i could substitute apple cider vinegar for the black rice vinegar since it isnt raw?

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Opps.. I mean son

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OMG... this has got to be the best raw dish I've had yet. My non raw saw ate it and liked it as well. I had this 2 nights in a row.. I'm in love..lol

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I'm sure you could.

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do you think i could substitute apple cider vinegar for the black rice vinegar since it isnt raw?

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Now that I am *in love* with this recipe, I can't find any young coconuts!!!!! UGH!

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OH MY GOODNESS!!! My son and I just ate this for lunch and it was *DELICIOUS*!!!! I can't believe it was raw!!! Thank you SO MUCH for sharing this recipe! This is something I can put in his lunch box during the school year! =)

I put too much red pepper in, but it was still good (and it got my son to drink more water!). I added some sliced baby bok choy to our bowls when it was time to eat, so we could have a little crunch. I will definitely be making this again and again!!!

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I'm not familar with brown coconut meat. Is it a firmer meat? I'm curious to know. If you don't mind, try it out and let me know how it turns out.

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if i cant find young coconut where i live, cani sub brown coconut meat instead and just make the noodles thinner?

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Thank you! From what I heard it was very good. I'm doing a juice feast so I didn't try it. If there are Asian markets near you, they should carry young coconuts. Try out the recipe and tell me what you think.

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This looks really good! I haven't been able to find a baby coconut even at whole foods but when I do I will try this. The "noodles" look so real!

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