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Portobello Sausage on a white plate from the cookbook “everydayraw” by Matthew Kenney, p. 60
© Courtesy of Miha Matei, Narayana Verlag GmbH / Unimedica Verlag

Portobello Sausage with Eggplant and Umeboshi Paste

Ø 3.5 of 2 ratings.
40min
Preparation Time
   17h
Time required incl. waiting, preparation and cooking time
medium

Although this recipe is vegan, it is not particularly healthy as it contains either too much oil or salt, or other ingredients in amounts that could be harmful to our health if consumed regularly over a longer period of time.

The amount of fat in this recipe is shown to the right (last number after the second slash), and the amount of salt is listed at the bottom of the first table. Click on the individual entries in the third table to read more about the essential fatty acids.


You can use portobellos as a delicious meat alternative. This portobello sausage with eggplant, umeboshi, almonds, and pumpkin seeds is packed with flavor. Water 61.3%  23
Macronutrient carbohydrates 22.67%
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Macronutrient proteins 25.73%
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Macronutrient fats 51.6%
  LA (11.2g) 106:1 (0.1g) ALA

Omega-6 ratio to omega-3 fatty acids should not exceed a total of 5:1. Link to explanation.

Here, essential linolenic acid (LA) 11.24 g to essential alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) 0.11 g = 106:1.
Ratio Total omega-6 = 11.24 g to omega-3 fatty acids Total = 0.11 g = 106:1.
On average, we need about 2 g of LA and ALA per day from which a healthy body also produces EPA and DHA, etc.

473 kcal

Black Quinoa with Radicchio, Fennel, and Cremini Mushrooms from “Everyday Raw Detox,” p. 142
© Courtesy of Adrian Mueller, Narayana Verlag GmbH / Unimedica Verlag

Black Fall Quinoa with Radicchio, Fennel, and Mushrooms

Ø 4.5 of 2 ratings.
30min
Preparation Time
   50min
Time required incl. waiting, preparation and cooking time
easy

Although this recipe is vegan, it is not particularly healthy as it contains either too much oil or salt, or other ingredients in amounts that could be harmful to our health if consumed regularly over a longer period of time.

The amount of fat in this recipe is shown to the right (last number after the second slash), and the amount of salt is listed at the bottom of the first table. Click on the individual entries in the third table to read more about the essential fatty acids.


With its sharp, bitter, and intense flavor, radicchio doesn’t only complement fennel and mushrooms, it also provides many valuable nutrients — as does quinoa. Water 86.0%  60
Macronutrient carbohydrates 60.09%
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Macronutrient proteins 16.34%
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Macronutrient fats 23.57%
  LA (4g) 20:1 (0.2g) ALA

Omega-6 ratio to omega-3 fatty acids should not exceed a total of 5:1. Link to explanation.

Here, essential linolenic acid (LA) 4.02 g to essential alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) 0.2 g = 20:1.
Ratio Total omega-6 = 4.05 g to omega-3 fatty acids Total = 0.22 g = 18:1.
On average, we need about 2 g of LA and ALA per day from which a healthy body also produces EPA and DHA, etc.

366 kcal

Creamy Tomato Tofu Curry with Cilantro Garbanzo Flatbread from “Protein Ninja,” p. 183
© Courtesy of Vanessa K. Rees, Narayana Verlag GmbH / Unimedica Verlag

Creamy Tomato Tofu Curry with Cilantro Garbanzo Flatbread

Ø 4.0 of 2 ratings.
80min
Preparation Time
   90min
Time required incl. waiting, preparation and cooking time
medium
Serve this creamy tomato tofu curry with cilantro garbanzo flatbread or rice. The bean and tofu purée provides protein and velvety richness. Water 83.5%  61
Macronutrient carbohydrates 60.93%
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Macronutrient proteins 26.74%
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Macronutrient fats 12.32%
  LA (3.3g) 6:1 (0.5g) ALA

Omega-6 ratio to omega-3 fatty acids should not exceed a total of 5:1. Link to explanation.

Here, essential linolenic acid (LA) 3.33 g to essential alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) 0.54 g = 6.11:1.
Ratio Total omega-6 = 3.33 g to omega-3 fatty acids Total = 0.54 g = 6.11:1.
On average, we need about 2 g of LA and ALA per day from which a healthy body also produces EPA and DHA, etc.

340 kcal

Reboot with Kale from the cookbook “Simple Green Smoothies” by Jen Hansard and Jadah Sellner, p. 122
© Courtesy of Lindsey Johnson, Narayana Verlag GmbH / Unimedica Verlag

Reboot with Kale, Oranges, and Chia Seeds

Ø 4.5 of 2 ratings.
10min
Preparation Time
easy

This recipe is especially healthy as it contains only natural ingredients that haven't been processed and these are in a relatively ideal combination for our dietary needs.


Kale gives this smoothie a fresh green color. Together with other ingredients like oranges and chia seeds, it lives up to its name. Try this healthy reboot! Water 88.4%  85
Macronutrient carbohydrates 85.39%
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Macronutrient proteins 9.73%
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Macronutrient fats 4.89%
  LA (0.4g) 1:3 (1.1g) ALA

Omega-6 ratio to omega-3 fatty acids should not exceed a total of 5:1. Link to explanation.

Here, essential linolenic acid (LA) 0.43 g to essential alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) 1.08 g = 0.4:1.
Ratio Total omega-6 = 0.43 g to omega-3 fatty acids Total = 1.08 g = 0.4:1.
On average, we need about 2 g of LA and ALA per day from which a healthy body also produces EPA and DHA, etc.

202 kcal

Apricot Cream Cake (Marillen-Creme-Torte) from “Sweet & Raw” by Maja Elena Scheid, p. 92
© Courtesy of Antonia Mayer, Eugen Ulmer Verlag

Apricot Cream Cake with Cashews or Macadamia Nuts

Ø 4.5 of 2 ratings.
20min
Preparation Time
   140min
Time required incl. waiting, preparation and cooking time
easy

Although this recipe is vegan, it is not particularly healthy as it contains either too much oil or salt, or other ingredients in amounts that could be harmful to our health if consumed regularly over a longer period of time.

The amount of fat in this recipe is shown to the right (last number after the second slash), and the amount of salt is listed at the bottom of the first table. Click on the individual entries in the third table to read more about the essential fatty acids.


You can use either cashews or macadamia nuts for this delicious apricot cream cake. Coconut oil and cooling give the cake the necessary firmness. Water 47.6%  51
Macronutrient carbohydrates 51.21%
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Macronutrient proteins 12.51%
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Macronutrient fats 36.27%
  LA (3.2g) !:0 (0g) ALA

Omega-6 ratio to omega-3 fatty acids should not exceed a total of 5:1. Link to explanation.

Here, essential linolenic acid (LA) 3.2 g and almost no alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).

447 kcal

Baked Green Falafel with Pea Protein from "Protein-Ninja" by Terry Hope Romero, p. 140
© Courtesy of Vanessa K. Rees, Narayana Verlag GmbH / Unimedica Verlag

Baked Green Falafel with Pea Protein by Terry Hope Romero

Ø 4.5 of 2 ratings.
30min
Preparation Time
   9h
Time required incl. waiting, preparation and cooking time
easy
Serve these baked green falafel balls by Terry Hope Romero as a main dish or with dip as a snack. The pea protein adds a nutritional punch. Water 40.3%  64
Macronutrient carbohydrates 63.97%
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Macronutrient proteins 17.62%
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Macronutrient fats 18.41%
  LA (2.5g) 17:1 (0.1g) ALA

Omega-6 ratio to omega-3 fatty acids should not exceed a total of 5:1. Link to explanation.

Here, essential linolenic acid (LA) 2.45 g to essential alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) 0.15 g = 17:1.
Ratio Total omega-6 = 2.45 g to omega-3 fatty acids Total = 0.15 g = 17:1.
On average, we need about 2 g of LA and ALA per day from which a healthy body also produces EPA and DHA, etc.

361 kcal

Vegetable Strudel with Frankfurt Green Sauce from the cookbook “Vegan & Vollwertig,” p. 27
© Courtesy of Angelika Murer, Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag

Vegetable Strudel with Frankfurt Green Sauce

Ø 3.5 of 2 ratings.
80min
Preparation Time
   90min
Time required incl. waiting, preparation and cooking time
medium
This vegetable strudel with whole grain spelt flour and cashew cream on Frankfurt green sauce contains no animal products but still tastes incredibly delicious. Water 64.8%  59
Macronutrient carbohydrates 58.65%
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Macronutrient proteins 17.15%
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Macronutrient fats 24.2%
  LA (6g) 8:1 (0.7g) ALA

Omega-6 ratio to omega-3 fatty acids should not exceed a total of 5:1. Link to explanation.

Here, essential linolenic acid (LA) 5.95 g to essential alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) 0.72 g = 8.22:1.
Ratio Total omega-6 = 5.95 g to omega-3 fatty acids Total = 0.72 g = 8.22:1.
On average, we need about 2 g of LA and ALA per day from which a healthy body also produces EPA and DHA, etc.

620 kcal

Black Currant Mousse with Coconut and Mallow Blossoms from “wild & roh” by C. Volm, p. 81
© Courtesy of Maximilian Ludwig, Ulmer Verlag

Black Currant Mousse with Coconut and Mallow Blossoms

Ø 4.0 of 1 rating.
20min
Preparation Time
   100min
Time required incl. waiting, preparation and cooking time
medium
This Black Currant Mousse with Coconut and Mallow Blossoms is light and fluffy, and temptingly delicious. The currant stems used add extra vitamins. Water 60.5%  79
Macronutrient carbohydrates 78.61%
/05
Macronutrient proteins 5.36%
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Macronutrient fats 16.04%
  LA : ALA

Omega-6 ratio to omega-3 fatty acids should not exceed a total of 5:1. Link to explanation.

Values are too small to be relevant.

383 kcal

Fruity Carpaccio from the cookbook “Vegan Schnell Schnell” by Josita Hartanto, p. 43
© Courtesy of Sebastian Happe Sinémus, Neun Zehn Verlag

Fruity Carpaccio with Melon, Mango, and Carambola

Ø 4.0 of 2 ratings.
25min
Preparation Time
easy
This fruity and light carpaccio with melon, mango, and carambola is delicious when served with a flavorsome Thai dressing. Water 77.1%  61
Macronutrient carbohydrates 61.24%
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Macronutrient proteins 10.14%
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Macronutrient fats 28.62%
  LA (11.1g) 7:1 (1.6g) ALA

Omega-6 ratio to omega-3 fatty acids should not exceed a total of 5:1. Link to explanation.

Here, essential linolenic acid (LA) 11.13 g to essential alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) 1.55 g = 7.16:1.
Ratio Total omega-6 = 11.13 g to omega-3 fatty acids Total = 1.55 g = 7.16:1.
On average, we need about 2 g of LA and ALA per day from which a healthy body also produces EPA and DHA, etc.

470 kcal

Smoked Cashew Croquetas from the cookbook “Plants Taste Better” by Richard Buckley, p. 156
© Courtesy of Kim Lightbody, Jacqui Small

Smoked Cashew Croquetas with Port-Glazed Red Beetroot

Ø 4.0 of 1 rating.
80min
Preparation Time
   140min
Time required incl. waiting, preparation and cooking time
difficult

Although this recipe is vegan, it is not particularly healthy as it contains either too much oil or salt, or other ingredients in amounts that could be harmful to our health if consumed regularly over a longer period of time.

The amount of fat in this recipe is shown to the right (last number after the second slash), and the amount of salt is listed at the bottom of the first table. Click on the individual entries in the third table to read more about the essential fatty acids.


These smoked cashew croquetas with port-glazed red beetroot and orange emulsion are delicious vegan Spanish tapas. Water 70.1%  65
Macronutrient carbohydrates 64.99%
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Macronutrient proteins 12.92%
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Macronutrient fats 22.09%
  LA (12.2g) 5:1 (2.3g) ALA

Omega-6 ratio to omega-3 fatty acids should not exceed a total of 5:1. Link to explanation.

Here, essential linolenic acid (LA) 12.2 g to essential alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) 2.3 g = 5.3:1.
Ratio Total omega-6 = 12.2 g to omega-3 fatty acids Total = 2.3 g = 5.3:1.
On average, we need about 2 g of LA and ALA per day from which a healthy body also produces EPA and DHA, etc.

1'424 kcal