Raw Vegan Recipe: Sprouted Quinoa Tabouli

Raw Vegan Recipe: Sprouted Quinoa Tabouli

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18 thoughts on “Raw Vegan Recipe: Sprouted Quinoa Tabouli”

  1. Well Kevin, Mexican restaurants in a neighborhood near you are serving fresh salsa with raw onions. You can’t tell me you’ve never dipped a chip in salsa!?

  2. I am definitely going to try this. Looks? delicious!
    Recently made a quinoa dish with avocado, diced dried fruit and home-roasted nuts. The seasoning had lemon juice, lemon zest, paprika, cumin, and other spices.. can’t remember all of them now. But it was a huge hit at a party.

  3. Thanks for this – currently transitioning to Raw but also interested in cooked veggie meals. Been struggling with Quinoa for ages? – this was really useful and will share with others. Thx

  4. This is a? good recipe, thanks for taking the time to make this video. I’ll be sprouting my quinoa and enjoying some raw onions while I wait.

  5. half a cup of olive oil seems like a TON!! Looks bomb though, definitely gonna? have to make that soon…

    Where can I find alkaline water? Hoping Trader Joe’s and/or Whole Foods?

    And when you soak the quinoa, do you just fill enough water to cover the top? Or float..or w/e quinoa does in water?

  6. Thanks for making this interesting..My daughter is veggie and I am gluten free..cant wait to try? this…You live in Maui dont you? Well I am hungry now for this so going to make it ..sprout the Q seeds in a jar over night?

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