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A lot of sun-dried tomatoes contain sulphites. This is used to maintain a nice bright colour but it is a nasty little preservative that is highly allergenic and has no business in a raw food recipe…or any other! Look for organic sun-dried tomatoes or make your own.


2 turnips
1 cup of walnuts
6 mushrooms
4 sun-dried tomatoes, soaked
½ of a small onion
¼ cup of soak water
½ teaspoon of salt
½ teaspoon of basil
½ teaspoon of oregano
Pinch of cayenne powder
8 sun-dried tomatoes, soaked
¼ cup of oil
1 clove of garlic
¼ teaspoon of salt
½ – 1 cup of soak water, depending how long the tomatoes were soaked.


Put all the ingredients except the turnips and the second amount of sundried tomatoes, into a food processor and pulse until well mixed but not quite like a pate.

Peel the turnips and slice them very thin, preferably with a mandolin or the thin slice attachment on the food processor. Now, take one slice of turnip and put a small amount of the mushroom mixture in the middle and turn over so that it is like a half circle, holding the mixture inside. Place on a plate and repeat until all of the ‘ravioli’ are filled.

Next, in a small blender mix the last 4 ingredients until they are smooth, adding a little of the soak water if necessary. It should be the consistency of a thick salad dressing. Drizzle over the raviolis and serve. You may also put the raviolis into the dehydrator for an hour or two to warm them up. Enjoy!
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