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Raw! Raw! Teriyaki Veggies with Wild Rice

What you need: 

Vegetables and rice:
1/2 cup wild rice
stir fry mixture (I use broccoli, napa cabbage, red and green peppers, mushrooms, zucchini, peas, onions), chopped Sauce:
2 tablespoons soy sauce or nama shoyu (raw transition food)
1 tablespoon olive oil
2 teaspoons agave nectar (substitute, if desired)
1 garlic clove
1/2" piece ginger
1 teaspoon lemon juice (3 teaspoons orange juice for "orange chicken" flavor)

What you do: 

1. Place rice in bowl, and fill bowl with water to cover the rice. Let soak over night. Rinse in the morning, soak again for 4-5 hours, rinse again. It should now be soft to the bite.
2. If not soft to your liking, soak another 5 hours, then rinse and let air dry while you make the rest of your dinner. I have done this cycle for up to four days and the rice is still good. It has this wonderful earthy smell. I like mine a tad chewy.
3. Now place all sauce ingredients into food processor and process. Place vegetables in a bowl, and pour sauce on top; mix. You can now place rice on a plate and top with veggies, or
4. Pour the veggies with sauce on to a nonstick sheet for your dehydrator and dehydrate at 110 degrees F for 5-10 minutes. This really helps the veggies to soak a little flavor in and soften a tiny bit. When done, just pour onto rice and enjoy!!
This is a great recipe for someone who has never tried raw, or someone you are trying to convince that it is not all salads.
Source of recipe: I invented this.

Preparation Time: 
1 day 15 minutes, Cooking time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 
5 minutes
Recipe Category: 


Made the veggie part last night.  The sauce is delicious and the veggies were great after dehydrating for an hour.  Only changes I made were using coconut aminos instead of soy sauce and I added raw cashews as per the other review.  I am definitely going to make this again, and try sprouting the wild rice to go with it.


This was very good and easy to prepare, I didn't think it would be as satisfying as it was. Adding raw nuts and substituting sesame oil for olive oil would be really tasty.

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