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  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Da Capo Press Inc; 1 edition (21 Mar. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0738213063
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738213064
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 16.5 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 156,229 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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'Deceptively simple, these treats pack loads of flavour and nutrition into every bit and are a healthy substitute for baked desserts...Ani's Raw Food Desserts proves you don't have to sacrifice taste or style to reap the benefits of raw food.' -- The Jewish Vegetarian The Jewish Vegetarian June 2009

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Ani Phyo is rapidly becoming one of the nation's premier raw food chefs. The author of Ani's Raw Food Kitchen and Return on Design: Smarter Web Design that Works, she lives in Los Angeles.

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Valerie on 18 May 2009
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I waited 5 months for this book, but it was worth it. The recipes are simple quick and easy. I have a few raw food recipe books and many of the recipes take to much time to make. The recipes I have made so far from Ani's book have only taken me 10-15 minutes.

If you have a sweet tooth, I would recommend buying this little beauty. You can indulge and be healthy at the same time.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By agua manuka on 9 May 2012
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Gorgeous book, I love it, really really like it... Thank you Ani Phyo! This book, apart from the fact that it has some divine recipes, is really pretty and it makes you want to start using it & trying the recipes out. It's nice to see a raw food book presented that way, showing it doesnt always have to be the "heavy" approach that some people have & nothing more than drinking greens.
The book is very simple in design & you don't have to sit for an hour to be able to pick & plan a recipe.
Ani has very thoughtfully included symbols under each recipe title that tell you exactly what equipment you would need so you can just pick something fast without having to read through the recipe instructions only to find you don't have a bit of kit. Some recipes need a blender or food processor, others need small things such as a cookie cutter or cupcake cases but others need nothing more than your own two hands or just a knife.
There is an introduction which gives some explanation of raw foods, vitamins, ingredients and equipment which anyone familiar to raw food probably wont need so much but it's nice that it has been included & again is presented in small easy to read & understand sections.
Throughout the book there are also little notes & side pages with info & tops relating to skincare & beauty/ green living/ other healthier lifestyle, these are quick, light reading and nicely compliment the foods and recipes that are used in the book.
The pictures that are so sumptuous they could be straight out of a Nigella book but thankfully these are all raw & wheat, gluten & dairy free so you don't have to sit around getting fat & feeling heavy from all the butter, wheat flour etc! Lovely to have all these raw desserts in one small book.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan on 9 Sept. 2011
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Ani Phyo culinary skills are just AWESOME. As another reviewer said before, if you have a sweet tooth and want cake, cookies and cupcakes that won't leave tired, lethargic, swollen,run-down without compromising taste, this book should be in your household NOW. What I like the most about this book is the fact that once you become used to the recipes, it's possible to make slight changes to the recipes and still taste fantastic. The ingridients are easy to find (in the UK at least) and all of them are so ridicoulously simple to make and hassle-free: No more clutter to wash up, no more waiting for hours to end for the baking, no taste compromising, no more expensive mainstream "baking" products like sugars, eggs, butters, oils... The only problem I've encountered with this book is that I no longer like conventional baking goods.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Robin Hood's sister on 11 Oct. 2010
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I'd never made raw desserts before and expected them to be a little dull. But they are better than most cooked desserts you get, and everyone I have served them to wants more and are suprised they are raw. Also these recipes are simple and easy to make. You will need a cups measure and a food processor to make them.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Clarkygirl on 7 Dec. 2010
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I bought this as a gift... I thought it would be a bit different and it is. I like it, it's got interesting recipes and nice pictures.. hope the recipient likes it too...It has US measurements but anyone with interest in this area would hopefully make the effort to convert them.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By sj on 23 Aug. 2012
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I've just been getting into eating more raw food, though not looking to have a completely raw diet. I'm very interested in cooking anyway and rarely stick to cook books, so this is a good way to introduce how to make raw food treats. I did find some of the recipes using too many dates or walnuts, so I've adapted them by padding out with ground porridge oats. This takes away the overly sweetness of the dates or overly bitterness of walnuts.

It's still a good book to have especially if you are clueless about what wonderful creations can be achieved with raw food. I'm always making up raw "cheese" cake (using cashews) as a good way to hide healthy essential ingredients! Worth the buy if only for guidance and inspiration to the budding chef.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By arthazaed on 28 Feb. 2014
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Bought this after reading other reviews regarding the ease, speed, cost effectiveness of the 85 inspirational recipes. I found differently.

85 Recipes includes 'Melon with Salt' 1) Slice Melon 2) Sprinkle with Salt. Or 'Apple with Rosemary' or 'Pineapple Sauce' ( Blend a pineapple with a spoon of syrup). Hmmmm...

Speed: Takes as long to blend the ingredients for the frozen raw food desserts as it does to blend any list of ingredients for any dish. However the frozen desserts then go to the Freezer for hours then the fridge to thaw out. Cleaning the blender is a time consuming nightmare after blending mixes such as half a kilo of nuts, quarter kilo cocoa nibs, 15 dates. Had to leave mine soaking for hours to get the gluey marsh like gloop out of all the nooks and crannies)

Cost Effectiveness. Not a hope. Perhaps costs are lower outside of Europe but being enthusiastic to make what looked like a nice chocolate cake in the photo I ran out to buy the ingredients as a once off treat. Three quarter Kilo of nuts, (15€/20$) couple hundred mls of agave nectar (10€/13$), two packs of medjool dates (6€/8$) 550 grms of cocoa nibs (6€/8$), raspberries (4€/5$) etc etc. The ingredients for this small dense heavy concoction with a consistency of loam soil came to almost €50/$68 even after I substituted some carob for cocoa powder. It didn't taste absolutely awful but considering the price it was truly awful. And the texture was identical to the pulp you have left after you make almond milk and just squeeze the pulp together ie it sticks together when you press it together but falls apart to dust easily. The photo showed what looked like a gateaux.

Finally as a warning to potential buyers, check your blender will do the job.
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