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20min
Preparation Time
easy
Ø 4.0 of 1 rating.
Quinoa Muesli (Quinoa-Nussmüsli) from the cookbook “Kick it vegan!”
© Courtesy of Neun Zehn Verlag
  • 486 kcal
  • Water 79%
  • 57
    Macronutrient carbohydrates 56.92%
    /19
    Macronutrient proteins 19.08%
    /24
    Macronutrient fats 24%
     

    The three ratios show the percentage by weight of macronutrients (carbohydrates / proteins / fats) of the dry matter (excl. water).

  • Ω-6 (LA) 4.6 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.67 g
"Quinoa Nut Muesli with Soy Milk and Hazelnuts" is a good way to use cooked quinoa. See also a raw food version under “Alternative preparation”.
12min
Preparation Time
easy
Ø 5.0 of 3 ratings.
Chocolate cream with raw cocoa beans, avocado, dates, carob powder - finished in bowl.
© CC-by-sa 2.0, Michael Weber, Stiftung G+E
  • 205 kcal
  • Water 70%
  • 69
    Macronutrient carbohydrates 68.97%
    /06
    Macronutrient proteins 6.22%
    /25
    Macronutrient fats 24.81%
     

    The three ratios show the percentage by weight of macronutrients (carbohydrates / proteins / fats) of the dry matter (excl. water).

  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.94 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.07 g
This raw chocolate cream is an extremely easy and quick dessert to make (prep: 9 minutes). It contains avocado, dates, cocoa beans, carob powder, and water.
30min
Preparation Time
easy
Ø 3.0 of 1 rating.

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.

Cauliflower with Oranges and Cashews in Tahini Sauce (Orangen-Blumenkohl in Tahinsauce) from the cookbook “Kick it vegan!”
© Courtesy of Neun Zehn Verlag
  • 772 kcal
  • Water 73%
  • 38
    Macronutrient carbohydrates 37.62%
    /16
    Macronutrient proteins 16.34%
    /46
    Macronutrient fats 46.04%
     

    The three ratios show the percentage by weight of macronutrients (carbohydrates / proteins / fats) of the dry matter (excl. water).

  • Ω-6 (LA) 20 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.31 g
The savory tahini sauce and fresh, juicy oranges complement each other perfectly in this recipe and ensure a full spectrum of vitamins and minerals.
15min
Preparation Time
easy
Ø 4.0 of 3 ratings.

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.

Orange Fennel Salad (Orangen-Fenchelsalat) from the cookbook “Kick it vegan!”
© Courtesy of Neun Zehn Verlag
  • 234 kcal
  • Water 78%
  • 58
    Macronutrient carbohydrates 57.63%
    /11
    Macronutrient proteins 10.99%
    /31
    Macronutrient fats 31.38%
     

    The three ratios show the percentage by weight of macronutrients (carbohydrates / proteins / fats) of the dry matter (excl. water).

  • Ω-6 (LA) 3.1 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.65 g
This Orange Fennel Salad with Almonds is quick to prepare, provides a nice combination of ingredients, and works well as an appetizer or side dish.
15min
Preparation Time
easy
Ø 4.8 of 4 ratings.
Chicory Salad with Figs (Chicorée-Feigensalat) from the cookbook “Rohkost” (Raw food)
© Courtesy of Neun Zehn Verlag
  • 490 kcal
  • Water 85%
  • 47
    Macronutrient carbohydrates 46.5%
    /10
    Macronutrient proteins 9.69%
    /44
    Macronutrient fats 43.8%
     

    The three ratios show the percentage by weight of macronutrients (carbohydrates / proteins / fats) of the dry matter (excl. water).

  • Ω-6 (LA) 14 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 2.8 g
The combination of the slightly bitter chicory and sweet figs plus blanched celery and avocados give this salad an exquisite flavor.
20min
Preparation Time
 30min
Time required incl. waiting, preparation and cooking time
easy
Ø 3.5 of 2 ratings.

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.

Japanese Miso Soup (Japanische Misosuppe) from the cookbook “Rohkost” (Raw food)
© Courtesy of Neun Zehn Verlag
  • 71 kcal
  • Water 95%
  • 68
    Macronutrient carbohydrates 67.64%
    /26
    Macronutrient proteins 25.74%
    /07
    Macronutrient fats 6.62%
     

    The three ratios show the percentage by weight of macronutrients (carbohydrates / proteins / fats) of the dry matter (excl. water).

  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.42 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.09 g
Miso soup is a traditional Japanese dish. Its unique flavor comes from the fermented soybean paste (miso) and here with with zucchini and carrots.
80min
Preparation Time
medium
Ø 3.0 of 1 rating.

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.

Stuffed Eggplant with Nut and Pomegranate Filling (Gefüllte Auberginen mit Nuss-Granatapfelfüllung) from Vegan Oriental (East Asian vegan cuisine), p. 37
© Courtesy of Neun Zehn Verlag
  • 957 kcal
  • Water 70%
  • 30
    Macronutrient carbohydrates 29.72%
    /15
    Macronutrient proteins 14.86%
    /55
    Macronutrient fats 55.41%
     

    The three ratios show the percentage by weight of macronutrients (carbohydrates / proteins / fats) of the dry matter (excl. water).

  • Ω-6 (LA) 48 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 11 g
Stuffed Eggplant with Nut and Pomegranate Filling is a delicious and hearty Iranian dish.
30min
Preparation Time
 12h
Time required incl. waiting, preparation and cooking time
difficult
Ø 3.0 of 1 rating.

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.

Teriyaki Shish Kebabs (Teriyaki-Spiesse) from the cookbook “Rohkost” (Raw food)
© Courtesy of Neun Zehn Verlag
  • 705 kcal
  • Water 40%
  • 30
    Macronutrient carbohydrates 29.91%
    /23
    Macronutrient proteins 22.51%
    /48
    Macronutrient fats 47.57%
     

    The three ratios show the percentage by weight of macronutrients (carbohydrates / proteins / fats) of the dry matter (excl. water).

  • Ω-6 (LA) 24 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.11 g
These vegan teriyaki shish kebabs can be beautifully combined with a wide variety of vegetables. Good alternative to traditional shish kebabs.
15min
Preparation Time
 45min
Time required incl. waiting, preparation and cooking time
easy
Ø 4.0 of 1 rating.

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.

Recipe image: Pomegranate and Apple Tabouleh from the cookbook “Vegan Oriental,” p. 131.
© Courtesy of Neun Zehn Verlag
  • 199 kcal
  • Water 75%
  • 64
    Macronutrient carbohydrates 64.42%
    /07
    Macronutrient proteins 7.08%
    /29
    Macronutrient fats 28.5%
     

    The three ratios show the percentage by weight of macronutrients (carbohydrates / proteins / fats) of the dry matter (excl. water).

  • Ω-6 (LA) 1.9 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.09 g
Pomegranate and apple tabouleh (tabouli) is a hearty fruit salad that contains herbs and pine nuts and can be prepared raw.
8min
Preparation Time
 4h
Time required incl. waiting, preparation and cooking time
easy
Ø 4.0 of 3 ratings.
Almond Milk (Mandelmilch) from the cookbook “Rohvegan” (Raw vegan), p. 148
© Courtesy of Compassion Media
  • 414 kcal
  • Water 85%
  • 23
    Macronutrient carbohydrates 23.26%
    /23
    Macronutrient proteins 22.83%
    /54
    Macronutrient fats 53.9%
     

    The three ratios show the percentage by weight of macronutrients (carbohydrates / proteins / fats) of the dry matter (excl. water).

  • Ω-6 (LA) 8.8 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.00 g
Classic, unsweetened version of raw almond milk — with tips on using the leftover pulp and suggestions for other types of nut milk. Cashews are not usually raw.