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Raw Noodle Salad

This should only take you as long as it takes to chop up some vegetables, so about 15 minutes and will feed                                2 to 3 servings.


Rice Noodle/Vermicelli                      200g

Carrots                                                         3 medium

Courgette                                                   2 medium

Red Onion                                                  Half

Sweet Red Pepper                                 1 any size

Butter Beans                                             1 can

Garlic and Ginger                                   Tablespoon of each

Oregano or Basil or Coriander      Big handful when chopped

Lemon                                                           Half squeezed

Liquid Amino                                            Add to taste


Chopped ingredients

Chopped ingredients


Mix everything in a bowl

Mix everything in a bowl


Raw Noodle salad

First of all cook the noodles. Usually this takes about 5-7 minutes depending on how thick they are.

While the noodles are cooking, start to chop all the vegetables into tiny pieces. You can use any vegetables. I always go for bright colours, so I’ve used a sweet pepper, carrots, courgettes and red onions.

The herb I grabbed from the balcony was Oregano, but you can pick whatever you like. It’s all trial and error. Remember we are looking to learn about what our body needs and what goes with what. And whats the worst that can happen?

Chop up your herbs and you want to end up with a good handful once chopped. Chop the ginger and crush the cloves of garlic.

Once the noodles are cooked, rinse under hot water. I like to chop the noodles as it makes it easier to spoon into your mouth. Then throw absolutely everything into the mixing bowl and just keep squirting the liquid amino/Soy sauce and give it the taste test. Keep stirring as you want that garlic and ginger to spread evenly throughout and Hey presto! We are ready to eat.


Dinner is served

Dinner is served


This is gluten free, mainly raw and so nutritious.                                          But most importantly it is kind to your stomach, the pocket,                        and the animals and therefore the planet.

Haux Haux


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