Enjoy this hearty soup served at the Conquering Diabetes Retreat, one of our many retreats this September and October in Washington State.
Banana "trees" are actually the world's tallest herbaceous plant, with over 1,000 varieties. Special recipe booklet offer, nutrition facts label, more about bananas and their history included.
Join us in creating a community recipe e-book together, which will be distributed as a FREE PDF download to the world! Your recipes, our layout, design, and distribution. See article for info and submission details.
Enjoy this hearty salad for your evening meal, perhaps after some Hearty Tomato Soup, preceded by some orange juice. ¡Provecho!
Discover our Food & Lifestyle Retreat! Dr Graham, Shari Letterman, Lisa "Lightningbolt" Holt, and Kevin Cosmo discuss the retreat experience in this webinar replay. Includes photos of the retreat meals, fitness, facilities, atmosphere and more. Transcript included.
80/10/10 enthusiast, Willow Belle, and her son, Skylar, enjoy creating recipes and sharing them with us. Today we share one of Skylar's unique creations. Keep posted for more recipes from Willow and Skylar in the future.
The delicious blueberry is an indigenous North American species with a deeply rooted history. Native Americans revered blueberries and much folklore developed around them. Recipe, nutrition facts label, more about blueberries and their history included.
This popular fruit is believed to be the first cultivated tree in the world, originating from Asia, where its wild ancestors can still be found. It has been an important human food source for millenia and is the leading species of the multi-billion dollar fruit industry today. More about the apple, recipe, and nutrition facts included.
This exotic and hearty dressing is made from three-ingredients and is served on a three-ingredient salad. Simply delicious!
The decadence of cinnamon rolls along with the health of 80/10/10—what more could you ask for?! Enjoy these sweet treats along with lettuce, celery, or cucumbers.
Wow them (and yourself) with this simple, quick, easy recipe that presents well: a colorful and crunchy frozen parfait!
California Avocados are among the lowest of all fruits and vegetables for pesticide use. More about this fruit with a multitude of varieties, along with a recipe, ripening tips, and Nutrition Facts Label.
The flavor of a kiwi fruit is all kiwi fruit: sweet-tart with hints of citrus, strawberry, pineapple, and melon. pineapple melon. More about this unique fruit, along with a recipe, storage tips, and Nutrition Facts Label.
Discover the excitement rhubarb can bring into your culinary pursuits with this dressing that also works as a dip. Three versions included, one of which is overt-fat-free! Bonus hors d’oeurvres idea also included!
Durian is known in Southeast Asia as the King of Fruit. More about this distinctive fruit, recipe, and Nutrition Facts Label are included.
Low-fat raw vegan recipe reminiscent of battered fried dishes, yet oh so much more delicious and good for you! Bonus recipe idea included.
In 4,000 BC the Mango was written in Hindu Vedas as the “food of the Gods” as a symbol of abundance and divine sweetness. This fruit has inspired many, let it inspire you! Recipe and Nutrition Facts Label included.
Enjoy a healthy way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, or any day at all with this simple 3-ingredient green smoothie that is visually reminiscent of the adventurine stone.
Simply Delicious cucumbers with mango-tomato sauce, and optional Romano sweet pepper. Janie made Dr. Graham's flexible recipe, photographed it and recorded the amounts for you. We share both versions for you here.
A delicious 3-ingredient smoothie with an optional crunchy twist... mulberry crumbles!
Delicious sweet peppers stuffed with cabbage "rice" and veggies.
Here is a student recipe that won one of the contests we had during Culinary Skills Week 2010. Enjoy!
Enjoy an 80/10/10 version of fudge candy this Valentine's Day with your Sweetheart, or just as a treat for yourself, friends, or family. Either way you will love these sweets!
Katy Craine attended her first FoodnSport event in 2010, and has been involved in almost every event since. A Simply Delicious Culinary Skills graduate, she has been co-chef with Chef Alicia Ojeda at our Washington retreats, head chef at our Costa Rica retreats, co-written several of the Simply Delicious Raw Recipe Series with Dr. Graham, and more. Discover how she did it, what she's doing now, and more about her life in this interview.
This simple 3-ingredient recipe has rivaled and surpassed pumpkin pies at mixed-diet potlucks I've attended for years. It is comprised of sweet fruits to enjoy as a dinner alone, or as a lunch. Enjoy and Aloha! :)
Oh how I have always loved shepards pie, such a hearty and delicious dish. After trying my sweetheart Naturally Ashley's raw Mac n Cheese recipe (its one of my all time favorites) a thousand new idea's started to bloom and this twist was born!
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Although the free book promotion is over, you can get the Simply Delicious 80/10/10 Raw Recipe books on Amazon and iTunes.
Dr. Graham tells you all about it in the short video here.
Want sushi and nori rolls with a dipping sauce while skipping the fish, grains, and peanuts? This recipe will deliver and delight.
Have your rice and skip the grains too! Spanish Rice 80/10/10-style. An excellent way to liven up your meals.
Looking for something different and impressive, but quick and easy at the same time for dinner? This soup could be just what you're looking for!
Love potato salad, but want to skip the potatoes and do it 80/10/10-Style? No problem. Try this recipe out for size, and adjust it according to your personal favorites.
Terrific recipes that are quick, and great for kids too!
Here is one of the fabulous recipes the Culinary Skills Week 2011 students created this year. It is an overt-fat-free hors d'œuvres with a beautiful presentation and delicious taste combination, perfect for special occasions when you don’t want to eat overt fats.
Fruit consumption is just plain easy. It is generally easy to harvest-either growing on vines that are easily reached or falling from trees when ripe. It requires no preparation and can often be eaten with bare hands. Its texture requires minimal chewing, making it easy to eat by the very young and the very old alike.
A beautiful favorite at the Washington State retreat this year. Served for "Dot Day" themed dinner.
Relax and enjoy this smoothie and start your exercise recovery in style!
Enjoy these Burritos 80/10/10-Style! Both sweet and savory flavors are sure to please everyone at mealtime.