Sprouted Raw Vegan Black Bean Burgers with Jicama or Sweet Pea Fries
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Raw veggie burgers are one of my favorite meals. It’s easy to make, but a bit time consuming if you’re dehydrating them; it’s totally worth it, though. The burger (the recipe I am sharing today; recipe below) can be made either vegan or raw. If you do not own a dehydrator, you can use your oven at its lowest temperature, or stovetop, using your oven and stovetop is less time consuming – it’s quicker. Even though it’s time consuming, it’s well worth it in the end!

You can impress any carnivore with these burgers. Some/most people have never tried a veggie burger before; when they try this veggie burger, they won’t believe it’s meatless! They’ll be impressed at how tasty and delicious veggie burgers can be. Not only are they delicious, but there are so many ways and variations. You can add so much stuff to your burger to make it even more delicious, but honestly – you don’t really need to add so much stuff to your burger to make it taste delicious. Simple burgers are the BEST! Plus, they’re very delicious, too! Simplicity is always best, and it can be the most delicious. Simple, easy, delicious and healthy!

For the bun, you can use lettuce, nori sheet or portobello mushroom (my favorite is with the portobello mushroom). Honestly, using lettuce, nori sheet or portobello mushroom is way better than using bread. Not only is it healthier, but it’s even more delicious! With just one bite, you’ll fall in love! Share these burgers with your family and friends. Next time someone tells you that veggie burgers are gross, easily prove them wrong by making these burgers for them. They will be impressed. Take my word for it. I’m speaking out of experience.

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Sprouted Raw Vegan Black Bean Burgers with Jicama and/or Sweet Pea Fries:

serves 4 or more (it all depends on how much ingredients that you to either make a big or small batch. it also depends on the size that you make your burgers. I suggest playing around with the ingredients.)


1 cup organic ground raw sunflower seeds

1/2 cup organic & non-GMO sprouted brown rice

2 organic carrots

1/2 cup organic & non-GMO sprouted black beans

1 teaspoon organic paprika

1 teaspoon organic cumin

a small slice of organic red onion 

2 organic garlic, peeled

1/2 organic green pepper

1 teaspoon sea salt

handful fresh organic cilantro

a small piece of organic & non-GMO jalapeno pepper


Burger Toppings:




rawesome cheddar cheese or hemp seeds



one large jicama and/or sweet peas 

Seasonings for the fries:

organic all purpose seasonings

sea salt



nutritional yeast

hemp seeds

To make the burgers: soak your rice and beans in water, overnight for 6-8 hours. Drain the water from the soaked beans and rice. Prep your veggies: wash, cut, slice and chop into chunks as needed. Place all your ingredients in your food processor (or blender) and process (or blend) until everything becomes a thick, wet-ish mixture, but don’t pulse too long (it becomes too watery). You want pieces of the food still visible, but not thoroughly blended. Over blending (or processing) makes the mixture too wet at this point. Adjust according to your preferred taste. Form into preferred sized patties and dehydrate for 3-4 hours, or use your oven at its lowest temperature (or in a fry-pan… add coconut oil and “cook” your patties on each side. Options, options, options). You can eat them right away if you like without warming them up, but they won’t hold their shape too well (you’ll end up with a wet burger rather than a firm burger).

To make the fries: peel your jicama and cut them into fry strips. If using sweet peas, wash and remove the ends. Place your fries in a container/bowl and add in all the healthy seasonings. Hook it up, according to your taste. You can cover it and let it marinate for a few (which I highly recommend doing), or place them in your dehydrator along with the burgers. To cook your fries quicker, feel free to warm them up in a fry-pan with coconut oil (the same method for the burgers, if you choose stovetop). Once the fries and burgers are warmed, serve them. Assemble your burgers as desired, adding the epic fixins: avocado, tomato, hemp seeds, cheese, lettuce, etc. If you wanted, you can take your 1/2 of your avocado and smash it (as shown in the picture below. that’s what I did) and dip your fries in it. Enjoy as you wish, enjoying each and every delicious bite!

Remember, this is YOUR burger; adjust to your liking and warm/”cook” to your preference. Keep it vegan, healthy and delicious!


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