Raw Food Shopping List: Raw Fruit

All organic raw fruit makes healthy snacks and many of these fruits (fresh or frozen) can be part of the staples for a raw diet. Most people enjoy raw fruit but many do not know how incredibly loaded with nutrients they are. Below is a basic list of common and not so common fruits that you may want to include in your raw shopping list. Take time to try some of the ones you have never tried before if they are available in your area. You may find you have discovered a new favorite! (Note that dried fruits are okay too if they are dehydrated or dried at temperatures below 110 degrees)


APPLES

APRICOTS

BANANAS

BLACKBERRIES

BLUEBERRIES

CANTELOUPE

CHERIMOYE

CHERRIES

CRANBERRIES

DURIAN

FIGS

GOJI BERRIES

GRAPEFRUIT

GRAPES

JACKFRUIT

KIWI

LEMON

LIME

MANGOES

MULBERRIES

NECTARINES

ORANGES

PAPAYA

PEACHES

PEARS

PERSIMMON

PINEAPPLE

PLUMS

POMEGRANATE

RASPBERRIES

SAPOTE

STRAWBERRIES

WATERMELON

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About Holly

Holly lives on a small farm in Virginia, raises exotic cats and works at a health food store. She loves God and all kinds of people and animals too. She has seen tremendous benefits from eating raw foods and trying to live a healthy lifestyle and hopes to help others do the same. She and her husband Doug, have 4 goats, 6 cats, 2 dogs, 3 chickens and 23 guinea fowl.

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2 Responses to “Raw Food Shopping List: Raw Fruit”

  1. Doug Says:

    I love the fruits on this list and try to eat several of those each day since I know they are loaded with antioxidants and stuff. But what the heck is a CHERIMOYE?

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    • shana Says:

      Thank you, Doug! I wondered the same thing when I first heard of it! lol I haven’t actually tried it yet, but it sounds like a pretty cool fruit. (And it’s nick name is the “ice cream fruit”!! I thot you’d like that.) 🙂 Some people say the flavor is like a blend of banana, pineapple, papaya, peach, and strawberry. It’s about the size of a grapefruit, with large, dark seeds that are easily removed. It’s also similar in some ways to the avocado. Hope that helps.

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