High Raw Food ~ Mixed Fruit Salad

I followed the high raw food diet today, which was basically a fruit-based one. Made a mixed fruit salad with chaat masala for my mid day meal. Filling and delicious!

Mixed Fruit Salad

Bring together 1 sliced star fruit, 1/2 cup chopped papaya, 1 chopped apple, 1 chopped guava, 1 orange, 1/2 cup pomegranate, 1/4 cup black grapes, 1/2 tbsp honey, pinch of black salt and 1 heaped tsp chaat masala pwd. Toss well. Add any fruit of your choice.

Tuesday high raw food diet ~

Morning: 6.15 am – Glass of luke warm lemon water with a tsp of honey
Breakfast: 7.30 am – Tender coconut water, tender coconut meat
Mid Morning: 9.30 am – Mousambi juice
Mid Morning: 11 am – Grapes
Lunch: 1.30 pm – Mixed Fruit Salad
Afternoon: 3 pm – Watermelon juice
Late Afternoon 4 pm – Cup of green tea
Dinner: 6.45 pm – Bowl of papaya
Drank more water than usual. Will take a tsp of triphala churna with a tbsp of honey at bed time.

High raw food Recipes
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Black Chickpeas Fruit Salad
Peas, Paneer and Peanut Salad
Apple Broccoli Cucumber Salad
Star fruit Chickpea Capsicum Salad

High Raw Food ~ Mixed Fruit Salad

  Prepare time:
 Serves: 2

 Main Ingredients:

  •  papaya
  •   apple


I followed the high raw food diet today which was a fruit based one. Made a mixed fruit salad with chaat masala for my mid day meal. Filling and delicious!

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9 thoughts on “High Raw Food ~ Mixed Fruit Salad

  1. Sailu garu photo looks delicious!!!ofcourse taste is also delicious why bcoz u prepared….

    One doubt sailu garu: what is the taste of star fruit…i didnt try till now…have to try

  2. Wow Sailugaru,

    A day full of fruits. One small doubt. After following detoxifying diet on Monday, what type of food we should (better) take on Tuesday?

    It would be good if you ate less oily and heavy foods like deep fried items and non-vegetarian fare. Go slow on rice or intake of carbohydrates. Morning meals can be idli/brown bread toast/dalia while lunch can be rotis or rice with dal and a vegetable curry. Basically you are avoiding high-calorie food and aiming for portion control.

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