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My FullyRaw Thanksgiving Feast! See what I am bringing to my Thanksgiving dinner to share with family and friends this holiday! Gobble gobble!

1) I always bring a platter of fruit! This year I will be bringing persimmons. My first year raw I did just a plate of pears. Sometimes, simple is best and more enjoyable. ☺

2) My FullyRaw Holiday Salad! Recipe here:

3) A FullyRaw Cranberry Kale Salad: Stripped kale topped with raw dried cranberries (You can do these yourself in a dehydrator. I ordered mine online). I dress this salad with simple orange juice!

4) Green Bean Casserole: Sweet green beans cut in a casserole dish with red onion, sliced zucchini, basil, and sage. The coconut mushroom dressing is made with the juice of 1-2 young coconuts, the meat of 1-2 young coconuts, and 3-4 mushrooms (organic is preferred). Blend all ingredients into a high speed blender like a Vitamix, then pour over your casserole and enjoy!

5) A plate of apples to share!

6) FullyRaw Pumpkin Pie!

7) FullyRaw Pumpkin Pie Brownies!

8) My FullyRaw Turkey! Zucchini as the head with cranberry eyes. The turkey is an arrangement of zucchini, oranges, cauliflower, kale leaves (outskirts), green beans, cranberries, carrots, red leaf lettuce, cherry tomatoes, baby bell peppers, celery, and one slice of grapefruit.

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30 Comments on My FullyRaw Thanksgiving Feast!

  1. Wow Kristina! What an amazing raw feast to celebrate Thanks-living! Your turkey is awesome 😉

  2. Jennifer Refinn Art // 30th November 2013 at 2:19 am // Reply

    Fully Raw Turkey. 😀

  3. Carpathianpixie195 // 30th November 2013 at 11:08 pm // Reply

    I don’t celebrate thanksgiving but your food platter ideas would be great for other events! Thanks for sharing your beautiful creations with us!

  4. Did you dye your hair? It looks darker! 🙂

  5. The casserole looks hella sad.

  6. So basically… slice a bunch of stuff and arrange them on a platter. Hold on… let me grab a pen and paper so I can write down this recipe.

  7. Megan EasyToBeRaw // 3rd December 2013 at 8:53 am // Reply

    K girl, read these comments 🙂  You are inspiring, people love you, they love your recipes, your hair, your bracelets, your beautiful smile, your endless optimism.  You are amazing <3

  8. Solitary Reaper // 3rd December 2013 at 2:42 pm // Reply

    please show us pecan sprouts

  9. You ARE crazy.

  10. If I link to this, will I be sued?

    • FullyRawKristina // 5th December 2013 at 6:15 am // Reply

      nope. get your facts straight buddy. <3

    • +FullyRawKristina You’re right, if he makes his own video of himself making a veggie turkey he will be sued. 

    • Linking to this is fine. Just don’t make a video where you cut up some fruit and vegetables and arrange them to resemble a turkey. Then you will be visited by a lawyer. The turkey platter can only be promoted by one person.

  11. Jesus Christ…I mean how do you live!?

  12. you are beautiful, don’t give up. the people who are trying to put you down are only doing so because they are below you, I admire you so much. xo

  13. This is a little weird… but keep rocking on. Respect.

  14. Jeroen1971GSXR // 9th December 2013 at 10:58 am // Reply

    Is it true that you do not make the meals yourself that you put on instagram?

  15. Aušra Daybreak // 10th December 2013 at 12:35 pm // Reply

    She looks like she only pretends to be a very sweet person – her acting just doesn’t look realistic.

    • FullyRawKristina // 11th December 2013 at 7:01 am // Reply

      I’ve never been good at acting. I am happy to have you here, but please understand that we are real people here. Only positivity and kindness please. <3

    • that’s a pretty nasty thing to say. Kristina has been such as positive influence on my health (and others’ health). don’t you have other things to do? In the words of Glenda, the good witch, be gone, before someone drops a house on you. 

  16. I am not a ‘raw foodist’ (is that a word? lol), although in the past year I have significantly increased the amount of (organic) fruit, vegetables and nuts in my diet. I like cooked food however, so I don’t see myself giving that up. However, there is a lot to be learned from this channel. I was scrolling down the page looking at the comments and appalled at the unkind, insensitive and to tell you the truth absolutely ignorant comments people are making. It’s truly sad. Please continue to be encouraged in what you are doing Kristina. The raw food life isn’t for everyone, but for those who are striving to make that change, I commend you for your commitment and enthusiasm. May I suggest that you begin blocking some of these people? A few seem to merely be trolls who have found a safe haven from other channels.

    • FullyRawKristina // 12th December 2013 at 8:46 am // Reply

      Hi Lady! Thank you for your kind words! I appreciate your spirit! Thank you <3 <3 <3 We can create a safe, loving space together <3 🙂

  17. Fruits and veg are cheaper for me.. I go to a fruit/veg shop and would spend $40 to fill up my fridge. If I did that at a supermarket with meat, dairy, packaged food, it would cost $200-$300

  18. Karen Eastman Bigos // 24th March 2014 at 11:12 pm // Reply

    I think this looks delicious! Thank you for all your creative, healthy, fully raw dishes!

  19. lovebeauty019 // 1st November 2014 at 2:12 am // Reply

    Why do you wear so many bracelets? Is there any meaning behind it, or you just wear them because you like them?

  20. Thalisa Aragon // 16th December 2014 at 8:36 pm // Reply

    If my Thanksgiving dinner end up being this I could kill myself. It looks beautiful but…the meat!!!! where is it?! as other people had said, this way of life is very expensive. I tried (crazy me trying to go vegan at once) but vegetables are expensive! they charged me today 1.60 euros for one mango! Another thing I have notice is that I loose weight when I base my diet in fruits and vegetables, and I don’t need to lose it. I will definitively try to eat healthier but not fully raw.

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