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Simple warming foods

blueyzblueyz Raw Newbie

Brrr, I am suddenly feeling the cold in my bones(lol, literally in case of an old broken finger) recently here in New England.

I am looking for warming foods/drinks. I am looking for more simple ideas than gourmet, so please let me know what your favorite warming foods/recipes are.

Thanks, running off now to warm my hands around mug of herbal tea.

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  • RawKidChefRawKidChef Raw Newbie

    You can make a lot of almost hot drinks and soups by getting some hot water, letting it cool slightly for a few minutes, and making a nut milk for example to mix with cocoa and raw sweetener for hot chocolate. You can make soups this way too, and make simple muffins with fruits and vegetables warm right out of the dehydrator. Taking hot baths is really helpful too.

  • rawladyrawlady Raw Jr. Superstar

    Add some "hot spices" to your food ... pepper, ginger, cayenne, jalapeno, etc.

    The suggestion of warming things in the dehydrator is great. Many times I fill a bowl with very hot water to warm the dish before I put my food in it. Also, if you have a vitamix, whip up some soup and let it run a bit so it is a bit warm (not hot). Then pour it in a warmed bowl ... nice.

    This time of year, I add "hot" sprouts to my salads, salads & sandwiches, and sometimes just munch them. I get all my seed from the sproutpeole.com. They have some great blends.

    I remember well the winters in New England, having spent 20+ years there!

    Cheers! terry

  • blueyzblueyz Raw Newbie

    OH, I wasn't even thinking warm as in heat(I will drink herbal teas no problem) but as in what foods in themselves are "warming".

    I don't have a dehyrdator yet, but muffins sound interesting so thanks :)

  • worleyhimself2worleyhimself2 Raw Newbie

    maca is great body warmer. ask any raw canadian

  • QTLaylaQTLayla Raw Newbie

    Hi blueyz (cute name)

    by Karen Knowler, from the November issue of Pear Magazine.com

    For the cold days upon us, here are some raw warming foods that raise your body heat...

    Legumes, sprouted

    Carrots

    Squash

    Parsnips

    Beetroot

    Walnuts

    Coconut

    Dates

    Red pepper

    Pine Nuts

    Chilies (Cayenne or Spicy Peppers)

    Also try:

    Firewater(recipe)by Juliano [Raw: Uncookbook author]

    This is a sun tea with water, very hot peppers, juices of lemon, lime and orange, mint leaves, ginger and beet root.

    So heating it will knock your socks off! LOL

    QT

  • WinonaWinona Raw Newbie

    Marinated, dehydrated mushrooms served with raw mashed potatoes.

    Raw spinach tortillas with guacamole salsa and cashew sour cream.

  • bittbitt Raw Starter

    juice with ginger in it

    ginger tea

    anything with cayenne added (such as to guacamole)

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