If you are not familiar with Charlie Trotter, he is a genius, and one of his mottoes is "food doesn't have to be rich to taste good." Instead of relying on butter, salt and cream, he takes the time to lift and support the natural flavours of the vegetables. Charlie wrote an amazing book of impossible recipes simply titled RAW. So when I ate at his restaurant in Chicago several years ago, I could have ordered the vegetable menu, one of two printed choices, but my friend dared me to ask for a raw menu. I knew that for it to be truly raw, it had to be vegetarian, so I wasn't worried. It was and is the best meal I've ever had. If you are in Chicago, have money to burn, and want to spend 4-5 hours eating, then this is the place for you.
More recently I had a delicious meal at St. Louis' first and only raw restaurant, Puravegan. You really do feel a lot better after eating food like this. It makes you wonder why you ever bother with the stuff that makes you want to lie down after you eat it.
My New Roots. I'll let you get the recipe from her, but I made of few changes of course. I forgot to buy cashews, so I used tahini in place of the cashew cream. I used kale instead of cabbage as taco "shells." I included zucchini and corn in the salsa. And I was worried (unnecessarily) about not being full enough, so I also made a few with sprouted grain tortillas. We both agree that the kale leaves were better than the tortillas for this particular taco filling. And unlike so many raw dishes, this didn't take too long to put together.