Vegan Buddha Bowl

The ready bowls of nutrients reach foods that will empower you for a day are great alternative for breakfast / lunch or dinner. Don’t stress yourself too much with typical cooking standards! Do not stereotype breakfasts, lunches or dinners! It doesn’t have to be always the same! Whether you are active or none active person it will boost your energy levels high! Most of the ingredients, to prepare the bowl are raw so you nearly do not spend any time on cooking! You can prepare it before hand and store it in the fridge, to have it always ready and waiting for you.

The combination of vegetables, beans and grains are endless, you can run your imagination here. You can add warm vegetable sauces to make it more interesting, or sprinkle it with homemade dressing or simple cold pressed oil.

Create your bowls and enjoy fresh, tasty food that is very quick to make! The benefits from eating raw foods are huge!

What are the benefits from adding raw foods into your daily meal plan?

  • You do not spend any time on cooking!
  • You get rich in Vitamins and Minerals foods as cooking and processing kill them.
  • It assists in natural body detox. The natural components help to balance the human biochemistry, control the PH and support the Immune System.
  • Raw foods diet can prevent and heal chronic diseases.
  • It helps you to lose weight! (access fat)
  • Gives you more energy!
  • Safes the environment!

How to prepare a simple Bowl?

Get ready:

  • a handful of cooked chickpeas
  • a handful of cooked rice
  • a handful of mixed leaves
  • a handful of grated red cabbage
  • a handful of cooked beetroot

Combine all of them nicely in a bowl. Pour the sauce over and add guacamole if you wish.

Optionally add:

  • Carrot sauce
  • Guacamole

Carrot Sauce : (2 servings)

You can prepare it and store it in the fridge for 2-4 days

  • 2 carrots
  • 1 small onion chopped
  • 1 tbs cumin seeds
  • Himalayan Salt ( Klodawska Salt)
  • ground pepper
  • 1 teaspoon of coconut oil
  • half glass water

Preheat the Sauce pan with coconut oil. Throw in the cumin seeds, after 1 minute, add the chopped onions frying until soft on medium heat, stirring occasionally.  Add sliced carrot, fry for 2- 4 minutes and when al dente pour over some water. Turn the heat back on to high. Let the water boil the carrots and evaporate in half way. When the carrots are soft, replace them with remaining water to the bowl and blend all until smooth, season with salt and pepper. The sauce is ready.


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