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Hi, my name is Summer. Thank you for visiting Radiantly Raw. It began 3 years ago as a health, fitness, and lifestyle blog that I started in order to share my raw food journey. Since then, it has morphed into so much more! Be Radiantly Raw opened up many doors and connections for me. I was able to work for my raw food hero, Matthew Kenney, start my online cleansing business, write two raw food recipe books (Alive: a guide to becoming radiantly raw is due out in mid March), start my own raw food delivery business, and help people make lifestyle changes that not only served them, but their children, and future generations. Raw, Vegan food is my passion, when you combine raw food, a conscious lifestyle, and self-awareness, what you get is a trio that can shoot you to the moon! Radiantly Raw is a hub where you can get your raw food products, inspiring books, educational services, recipes, fitness guidance, and live food connection. It is a mecca of life, love, and food. I love connecting with you, if you have any questions or comments please do not hesitate to email me
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Favorite Salad #1

Inspired by Cafe Gratitude in San Francisco, this salad is perfect for summertime. Light and sweet. Enjoy! Light and Love

Salad:  Wash and chop an interesting mix of salad greens.  In this recipe I used escarole, curly endive and romaine lettuce but feel free to add in your favorites:  spinach, radicchio, dandelion greens…the more exotic the better! Also, mix in some herbs for a more dynamic taste. I love mint, and rosemary.

Prep your fruit:  Wash and chop into quarters 8 -10 large strawberries, 3 medium-sized heirloom tomatoes and peel and separate the mandarin segments.  Mix the fruits together in a small bowl and leave them to marinate while you prepare the dressing. If you like a little sweet add some chopped dates to this.

Coconut Mango Dressing: In a Vita-mix blend together:  the meat and water of one young thai coconut, the meat of 1 ripe mango, the juice of one lemon and ½ jalapeño (to taste).

Assembly:  Generously dress the salad greens with the Coconut Mango Dressing.  Arrange the marinated fruit on top of the greens and garnish with hemp seed and a few goji berries.  

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