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Raw spinach soup / sauce / dip

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by Stanka Vukelić

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If you’d like something very, very, very healthy and very, very, very delicious, at the same time, the preparation to be very, very, very easy and quick, then this recipe is for you. The soup/sauce/dip is prepared in 5-10 minutes and can be used in numerous ways. Served separately as a soup, or as a sauce for raw spaghettis made out of zucchini, or as a sauce for a raw pizza (dough recipe coming soon).

raw pizza, spinach, free photoYummy! If you are mostly cooking, then is a raw spinach sauce a healthier alternative to cooked sauces; use it for spaghettis, cooked potatoes, lentils, and beans (the last three are a much healthier choice over processed food). Watch to let the cooked dishes cool down (to 48 C/118 F, so that you can hold it in your hand) before adding the raw spinach sauce.

Through that, the raw ingredients keep their taste, enzymes, vitamins and minerals.

Another good use: an excellent dip for raw bread rolls, raw crackers, raw chips, but also for non-raw crackers and bread rolls.


Raw spinach soup / sauce / dip recipe

Preparation time: 5-10 min.


Ingredients for 2 people:

10-14 ounces (300-400g) of spinach

1 avocado

6 medium garlic cloves (or as you like)

1 fresh-squeezed lemon

bunch of parsley

pinch of curry or cayenne pepper

pinch of Himalayan salt or other salt

pinch of black pepper

1/2 – 2 cups of water (for dip or sauce less water, for soup more water)



1. Put all ingredients into a blender or food processor. Be careful with the water! For dip and sauce, we start with ½ cup, slowly adding more if necessary.

2. Process until well combined and creamy.

3. Serve.



Instead of avocado, use zucchini.


Extra info

8 Facts About Spinach:

1. antioxidants are highly concentrated in raw spinach

2. contains anti-inflammatory properties

3. super-high in vitamin A (56 percent of the daily recommended allowance are covered when eating 180g/6.3oz)

4. excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B6 and B12, iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, folate, potassium, omega-3 fats and others vitamins and minerals

5. good source of protein for building muscles

6. phytonutrients provide anti-cancer benefits

7. can help improve cardiovascular health

8. non-organic spinach is most contaminated by pesticides and is one of the “dirty dozen” listed by the Environmental Working Group (use organic!)


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