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RAW VEGAN MEAL IDEAS! Healthy + easy recipes!
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Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram lives to inspire a FullyRaw, or 100% raw vegan healthy vegan lifestyle at www.fullyraw.com. A raw vegan lifestyle incorporates fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. KristinaFullyRaw posts new videos every week that include recipes, tips, tricks, vlogs, motivational, fitness, exercise, and inspiration on how to be the best version of yourself.

50 Comments on RAW VEGAN MEAL IDEAS 🥑 healthy + easy recipes!

  1. Thanks Kristina. Love your videos

  2. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!! You are a life saver <3 <3 <3

    P.S. So sweet you shared the love from dad with us <3

  3. I like how you say whisp instead of whisk 😛

  4. I hope you’re aware that rolled oats are cooked

    • You can’t get raw oat groats rolled. You have to steam them in order to roll them. It is very difficult to obtain truly raw oat groats. And if you do find them, they are in their whole form and you have to soak them for days and days to get them soft enough. I know she’s not rolling her own oats, that’s done in a factory. Rolled oats bought in a store are “cooked”. They aren’t unhealthy at all, I’m just saying that if she wants to be 100% raw, she’s not if she’s eating rolled oats.

    • Semi Veg I think so, maybe. It is her choice to whatever she needs, lets not judge. I saw a comment previously talking about ‘raw oats’ so I read one of them mentioning about raw oat groats, sorry so I told you 🙁

      I dont know much about her personally.. despite we stay in the same area 🙂

    • How am I judging her by telling her that rolled oats aren’t raw? Some people may not know that, so I was just trying to help.

    • Semi Veg I mean to whatever she wants to eat. 🙂

    • I never said she shouldn’t eat oats. Kristina eats a 100% raw food diet and I saw her making rolled oats in the video. A lot of people think that rolled oats are raw, so I was just trying to help her by telling her that rolled oats are cooked. Maybe she’ll see my comment and go “oh I didn’t know that, I won’t buy rolled oats anymore.” Rolled oats are not bad for you, but if she wants to stay raw, she should know that they are a cooked food.

  5. I didn’t know you eat rolled oats ??

  6. May I ask when are you going to have a Fully Raw app for android. If not soon, where can I go to get your recipes?

  7. I always thought that oats aren’t raw.What kind of oats do you use?

  8. Angélica HARISPE // 29th November 2018 at 4:45 pm // Reply

    Mmmmm that Caesar salad dressing is a bomb ! Mmmmm

  9. That cut avocado will turn brown unless you sprinkle it with lemon juice.

  10. Just so everyone knows you can’t use these bento boxes with any types of liquids because they leak through the bottom. So dressing, yogurt, puddings….etc.

    • Seems like she’s making this video because she’s sponsored by the bento box company not to actually help the viewers with packing food efficiently :/

    • +Alina Zhang To be fair she said you could use any other box as well.

    • +Stefan ur right. But those bento boxes are most likely sponsored. I wish she was more honest with her sponsorships :/

    • Shoshana Gould // 29th November 2018 at 9:50 pm // Reply

      +Stefan I use LunchBots – all the containers come with lids so nothing spills! I’ve had mine for years and have never has a spill or a leak!

  11. Prabhakaran Anbazhagan // 29th November 2018 at 4:50 pm // Reply

    Looks great. But for a normal family it is not possible. He will become beggar in a month.

    • Martin Thompson // 29th November 2018 at 6:26 pm // Reply

      grow your own it is cheaper and better. you can teach kids gardening for free and get good relaxation and excersise also for free. it helps kids to learn and be happy very good investment and in long term you could save a lot of money on hospital bills or dentist and have very secure free food supply of the best quality and freshness etc. it is easy to get started on any patch no matter how small.

    • Prabhakaran Anbazhagan Let her to do her own lifestyle and not judge 🙂

    • DreamingTata VeganMama // 29th November 2018 at 6:47 pm // Reply

      Dollar store has cheap veggies and fruit. Oatmeal is always cheap. You should be saving money. Our family was out of jobs for two years and we lived on cheap plant based food very well and never got sick, thus saving on medical costs because of the healthy diet.
      One the other hand, meat and cheese is expensive. Not to mention the heart disease, pain and medical cost you and your family will incur later in life if choosing the standard diet.

    • Martin Thompson // 29th November 2018 at 6:47 pm // Reply

      +Insiya there is special discount on seeds while stocks last. yes thats right! sign up in the next 2 seconds and you get free seeds for life plus for our special members you get free support absolutely free. Just check the inside of your fruits for the free seeds and our members will send you neighbours to help with the support.

  12. It looks not so much proteins in this meal. It’s enough for good mood and energy in a daytime?

    • Martin Thompson // 29th November 2018 at 5:51 pm // Reply

      the fruits make you feel good but it is secret dont tell anyone.

    • these meals probably contain more protein than you realize… but, even so, if one is overly concerned about getting protein from a vegan diet, having one meal that is relatively low in protien is not all that big of a dal and those protien needs can easily be remedied in another meal

    • +Pure Energy I totally agree and frankly, I think a lot of the cancers and tumors people are suffering from (and kidney issues and other problems I am not even aware of yet) are due to TOO MUCH protien… I have always thought the obsession with protien is totally off base… but, I think in the world of “fitness and bodybuilding” the idea of consuming protien has become overblown and most of the population is overly and unecessarily concerned about protien mostly through marketing… not to say that one should not consider or check their diets against the standard recommendations for protiens, I would hope that anyone who is truly concerned about their health and their diets are spending some time analyzing what they are eating through a nutrition tracker like chronometer, for eg. But, I think it is more important to LIMIT the amount of lipids and protein and not go way over the daily recommendations on those, while nutrients like vitamin C or magnesium might be much less of a concern if one were going way above the daily recommendeds for those…especially vitamin C which I think the daily recommended is too low as it is.

    • +OfftoShambala Yeah it’s all about making money on peoples lack of real knowledge.. Look how many diets, dietitians, studies, supplements there are and people are still so sick from these false recommendations. Only when you silent your mind and reconnect with your body you can clearly feel what it needs instead of thinking what it needs..

    • OK, so I ran the first meal she prepared through the chronometer, of course keep in mind, it was a lot of estimates and chronometer does not give you the nutrients for a few things like juiced fresh kale vs eating kale raw, so I just put in a few cups of raw kale… however, the chia seeds alone provide a huge chunk of the daily needs for protien and that particular meal was quite high in pretty much everything one would need in terms of meeting ones daily recommended allowance of almost everything… but, some of the nutrients might be lost out of that green juice by the time lunch rolls around … but, probably not more than 1/2 and the nutrients that provides even if some are lost, are still awesome… that first meal was only somewat low on potassium, lysine (one of the amino acids), some of the B vitamins and vitamin E…the meal was showing that those were all around the 45-50 percentile… so even if the chronometer is incorrect, which it is because I do not have the correct proportions and some of the actual foods are not in their system… we could say that those percentages could be off by something like 25%… and considering the fact that protien needs are based on height/weight and so is different for everybody, even so, that one meal alone could still be close to AT LEAST 30% of the daily recommended amount of protein for most people… in my loose estimation… but that is only a worst case scenario estimate, and I believe most people who consume that particular meal, would actually be getting plenty of protien there … so again, as i said in my other response… most people are going to likely eat at least one or two more meals at which time they will take in plenty more protein and should easily be able to meet the daily recommended standard even if they are eating raw vegan.
      But, if you are truly truly truly concerned about getting the minimum standard protien and/or other nutrients in YOUR diet… I highly recommend YOU track what you are eating and it will be easier to do than analyzing these meals because you will know exactly how much there is and whether you are consuming the minimum protien recommendations for your personal needs… I was just going off the visuals for a quick analysis. I highly recommend that you do not go too much over your recommended protien though.

  13. What about the recall of romaine????

  14. Michelle McNamee // 29th November 2018 at 4:57 pm // Reply

    Does your boyfriend eat fully raw too? Are these recipes in your book? I got your book for myself (from hubby) for the holidays but I have to wait a few weeks to open it.

  15. Casa Verde Pet Resort // 29th November 2018 at 4:59 pm // Reply

    Kristina, you do know that being a raw vegan is eating 75% or more raw only, right? You don´t HAVE to eat 100% raw. Many people are unaware. Take care.

    • animallover5626 // 29th November 2018 at 6:48 pm // Reply

      Casa Verde Pet Resort I have a feeling she knows and that’s why she goes by FULLYrawkristina

    • Casa Verde Pet Resort // 29th November 2018 at 8:56 pm // Reply

      +animallover5626 I don´t think so, after all there is no nutritional reason for going 100% raw. She seems confused because, indeed, most food is healthier raw… But not all food is. Legumes are very important and are eaten mostly cooked.

  16. hey girl..Love from Pakistan….❤

  17. That tahini salad looks so creamy!

  18. i love overnight oats and i would definitely not call them unhealthy but the oats we eat aren’t raw

  19. Good Video and Shared it Which i rarely share videos! 🙂

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