According to Wikipedia
It excludes all food of animal origin, as well as food cooked at a temperature above 48 degrees Celsius (118 degrees Fahrenheit). A raw vegan diet includes raw vegetables and fruits, nuts and nut pastes, grain and legume sprouts, seeds, plant oils, sea vegetables, herbs, and fresh juices...
By this, you would have to exclude roasted nuts (including peanut butter), all soy products, canned fruits and vegetables, and any commercial fruit or vegetable juices or honey (as commercial versions are pasteurized by law). Vinegar and sugar seem to be problematic, as they are often cooked in the processing.
I was curious and did a quick look at various raw-food sites, for recipes - I can easily figure out what a vegan would eat, but wasn't sure about this.
The meals seem to lean heavily on dehydrated nut and soaked grain pastes for bread substitutes, and home-made nut purees and fresh nut milks for 'cheese' and 'milk', and grated vegetables for 'pasta'. If I remember correctly, raw grains aren't very digestible, and soaking/sprouting them helps make them edible.
So you can stock fresh fruits and vegetables, bean sprouts, raw nuts, cold pressed olive oil, lemons. If you have a grater, you can grate fresh zucchini or sweet potatoes for 'pasta', and top with chopped tomatoes, olive oil and lemon juice, or marinate raw vegetables in olive oil, lemon juice and herbs, with sun-dried tomatoes. A veggie dip could be made of pureed seasoned raw cashews.
As far as naturally raw-vegan dishes, I can think of salads, gazpacho, if the latter is made with fresh (not canned) tomatoes, and lemon juice instead of vinegar, and pesto, made without cheese and not toasting the pine-nuts.