- Veggies - Carrots - The easiest to peel and completely ready to eat, you can store it in a box to eat later or eat them right away. They are really high in vitamins and fiber. One of the ways I know many people enjoy this is as thin sticks with Thousand Island dressing or any others as a dip.
- Avocado - Some people categorize them as fruits but however you classify them, avocados are a great energy packed food. Some people like to eat the pulp with a few sprinkles of either salt or sugar. You can also roughly mash it and mix in with tomatoes lime juice and parsley for a yummy vegetable dip!
- Fruit - Kiwi - These citrus fruits are a great source of fiber and really beneficial for your skin. Although I prefer the fruits that I can carry in my bag and munch on any time of the day, Kiwis just need a mention here for the fact that they're bursting with Vitamin C, Vitamin E, antioxidants and much more!
Here's hoping that these ideas soon set you on the path to raw food habits and a greener lifestyle. By substituting raw foods for complex combinations of cooked food, this habit can make your life much more green and simple. And who doesn't want some of that?
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