This is a mild, citrus-flavored salad that is high in minerals due to its use of a sea veggie. I ate this at a raw potluck and it was wonderful.

Recipe Directions

Drain the arame and currants.

Mix all items together and let sit for an hour. Serve

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This is a mild, citrus-flavored salad that is high in minerals due to its use of a sea veggie. I ate this at a raw potluck and it was wonderful.

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ARAME CARROT SALAD
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I love this recipe! It's a hit every time, with raw foodies and non-raw foodies alike! Extremely easy, too!

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It's nice to see a seaweed recipe, especially one with so much color and flavor.

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ARAME CARROT SALAD
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I love this recipe! It's a hit every time, with raw foodies and non-raw foodies alike! Extremely easy, too!

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It's nice to see a seaweed recipe, especially one with so much color and flavor.

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