A Raw “Nacho” Lunch

Raw “nachos” might be one of my favorite raw meals – perhaps it is because I actually feel that I can make a decent raw sauce or perhaps it is my love of Mexican foods. 
I just made my FIRST ever batch of “raw” tortilla chips – so much easier then I ever thought! (Thanks for the dehydrator Mom!)  I processed a 16 oz bag of Organic Frozen (but thawed) corn with cumin, cayenne pepper, salt and pepper.  Spread out on the dehydrator sheets and they slowly dried for about 12 hours – they were good at this point, but I decided to put them in for a few more hours to crisp them up a bit more.  I was really happy with how they turned out and I will be making these and other raw crackers and breads, etc. again soon! Next time I might add some cilantro to the chips? Not sure how that would turn out….
Cheese Sauce is always a bit different batch to batch and I liked this version a lot – I used raw pine nuts soaked in water(1/2 cup each), jalapeno pepper(1 Tbsp), salt, cumin, cayenne pepper and nutritional yeast. 
Drizzled the cheese over romaine, kale, cilantro, chopped yellow pepper along with cucumber chips and my raw tortilla chips. 
Interested in trying raw foods?  What is your favorite raw foods meal? There are some great online resources, let me know if you are interested! 

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