Recipe Name: Afternoon Slaw
Recipe Source: Robin Young
Serves: 4
3 Carrots
1 Beet
1" chunk Ginger root
1 handful each Cilantro and Parsley
1 clove Garlic
1 Lemon, juiced
1 pinch of Salt
1 t cold pressed Olive oil

Optional additions:
Red and Yellow pepper and Celery - for Gazpacho Slaw or a sprinkling of Italian seasonings for a Mediterranean Slaw

Put it all in your Vitamix (or other high-powered blender or a food processor). Hit the buttons. You'll have what looks like a very RED grated carrot-beet-slaw. Eat it plain or wrap it in seaweed or greens/lettuces.
Omigod! While others are having their siesta you'll be zinging through your afternoon! It'll probably be enough for three days. Its the kind of thing that tastes even better the next day. (You could pack it as a lunch too).
Recipe Name: Storm's Oatmeal Treat (A replacement to breakfast cereals, pastries, pies, cakes, candy and cookies)
Recipe Source: Robin Young
Serves: 2
1 c raw organic steel cut Oats
¼ c fresh squeezed Orange juice

Optional toppings (any fresh fruit will also do):
2 T Raisins
2 Dates, chopped
½ Banana, sliced
1 t Honey
2 T Coconut, shredded
dash of Celtic sea salt

Let oats soak in O.J. for 10 minutes to ½ an hour. Mix and feast on this healthy breakfast or treat that tastes like candy!
Recipe Name: Rawbin's Goddess Salad
Recipe Source: Robin Young
Serves: 4
1 bunch baby Bok Choy, chopped

1 Avocado, removed from skin and mashed
1 orange, juiced
Mix orange juice with avocado meat until creamy. Pour over greens.

Optional additions
Baby spinach leaves chopped, Romaine lettuce leaves, tomatoes, celery, onions, almond slices, walnuts, pecans or pine nuts, craisins or other dried fruit bits, fresh ground pepper or red pepper flakes and coarse sea salt to taste.
Recipe Name: Storm's Wheat Free Tabouli
Recipe Source: Robin Young
Serves: 3
1 bunch Cilantro
1 bunch Parsley
1 bunch Green onions
2 Tomatoes
1 Avocado
½ c raw Almonds
1 T cold-pressed Olive oil
1 t unrefined Sea salt
1 T raw Honey
½ Lemon, juiced

Chop up cilantro, parsley, green onions, avocados and tomatoes in a bowl. Blend almonds to a fine flour in blender and add to bowl. Add the lemon juice, olive oil, honey and salt. Pour over greens and lightly toss.

Change it up each time by adding a different vegetable/herb like corn, broccoli, or fresh basil, or a different spice like Italian or Mexican seasonings.
Recipe Name: Rawbin's Oatmeal
Yield: 4 cups
Recipe Source: Robin Young
1 c steel cut Oatmeal
¼ c whole raw Almonds
6 dates, pitted

Soak all in 2-3 cups water in a large glass mixing bowl for 8-12 hours. In the morning, pour mixture in food processor and blend until creamy. Serve in cereal bowl making flowers or happy faces on the top from banana slices, blueberries and/or strawberries.