You can take the heat -- but don't want to spend all your time in the kitchen. Our favorite delicious and easy no-cook recipes allow you to spend your time eating wisely -- and get the benefits of eating colorful, flavor-packed raw foods. (If you want to go totally raw, avoid the recipes on the following slides that contain dairy; for inspiration, follow a Whole Living editor's two-week raw regimen.)
Raw-food enthusiasts often eat lighter at dinner than they do at lunch. This delicious dish of tomatoes, walnuts, and thin strips of zucchini taking the place of noodles fits the bill.
Create your own salad mix with a combination of three leafy-green varieties, each with its own unique color, texture, and flavor.
This easy, no-cook recipe require a large bowl to whisk your lime juice, honey, oil, and salt.
Seviche is a classic seafood dish with roots in South America. Scallops are marinated in lime juice and ''cooked'' by the acid in the lime; the flesh becomes firm and opaque and the flavors bright and fresh-tasting. Stay away from the stove by purchasing precooked corn and scallops.
A spinach, orange, and jicama salad gets an additional antioxidant boost from a citrus vinaigrette spiked with cumin seeds.