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  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Marlowe & Co; Original edition (31 May 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1600940005
  • ISBN-13: 978-1600940002
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 17.8 x 23.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
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"Provides a feasible...method to rejuvenate your mind and body." --Edward Kim MD, Director of Interventional Cardiology Evergreen Hospital, Kirkland, WA

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Ani Phyo is an Executive Chef overseeing everything created by SmartMonkey Foods, the premier resource for vegan, raw and living cuisine that's full of flavor, design, creativity and packed full of fresh local organics. A sought-after speaker and educator on the topics of health, fitness, and overall wellbeing, she is based in Portland, Oregon.

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79 of 79 people found the following review helpful By D. Blench on 5 Jan. 2010
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Over the last eighteen months or so I've used a lot of raw recipe books, starting with (then-) Kate Wood (now known as Kate Magic) and going to Shazzie and Ani Phyo. Out of all of them, this book is by far the best.

As someone on a fairly limited budget (I'm a student) it's great to see recipes which aren't too costly on the ingredients (unlike Shazzie's books) and which also don't call for dehydrators (in contrast to Kate's minor obsession with them). With nothing more complex than a hand blender and a jar to sprout in, I can quite happily feed myself tasty, filling and uber nutritious raw recipes most days of the week. So if you're just dipping your toes into the lukewarm water of raw foodism for the first time and don't want do dive in at the deep end with a dehydrator and vitamix, this is probably a good place to start.

If you're only going to get one raw book, even just to start out, get then I'd say get this one first, then try one by Shazzie (Detox your World is my favourite) and then Kate when you're more confident in the raw kitchen.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By F. Pook on 5 Oct. 2008
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SO far everything I have made from this book has been wonderful. The bread recipe is amazing and really does only need 3 hours dehydrating. The mango cobbler recipe is delicious and the colour pictures in the middle really make you want to eat so much more healthily.
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110 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Bish on 7 Nov. 2008
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On the outset, this is a well-written, well-presented book, lots of photos, lots of tips and info, especially with regard to nutrition. However, before purchasing this book, I had no idea this author was Californian, and the fact is, this has a great bearing on the recipes themselves. Many of the ingredients are either just not available in Britain, or only available in the major cities, or are so expensive that it makes the meal only fit for special occasions. Also, many ingredients have travelled from far corners of the globe, thus contributing towards a heavier carbon footprint than I would like. So, for those who wish to tread lightly upon this world, I would recommend this book only to those living in warmer climes, where the produce is locally available. For Britons, I would look to other books, to British authors that are sympathetic to local grown produce and not that which has been globe-trotting twice round the planet.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Free Spirit on 18 July 2009
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I love Ani's simple & tasty recipes, which make for fresh and healthy eating. I agree with several other reviewers that not all ingredients are easily available in UK and can also be quite expensive, however alternatives can be substituted. Ani has created some unusual dishes, some with an oriental twist, which I have enjoyed over & over again. Highly recommended.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By lauren c. on 23 Feb. 2011
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There is quite an extensive list of recipes in here, some of which I've tweaked to suit my tastes, and Ani can be quite innovative about what to do with raw ingredients. But while I like the recipes I've tried so far, I do think the book could be better laid-out. Each section of recipes begins with some commentary- often completely unrelated to the section. For example, the recipes on 'cheezes and pates' starts with Ani's views on living "toxic-free", using organic toiletries and wearing natural fibers. The recipe section "moresish mains" starts with an overview entitled "remember to breathe". In the section entitled "Breakfast of Champions" we find Puddings!! Now I realise why I struggle to find things in this book!

Also, Ani provides a "shopping list" at the start of the book, in which she advises on what ingredients you should keep on hand. A lot of these are not readily available on UK shelves, and need to be bought from an online store. They're not cheap, so consider them an investment if you're serious about eating raw. The other thing is that she provides a list of 15 different types of nuts and seeds, and suggests that for the majority of those listed, you start with a pound of each- that's a lot of nuts to store, especially when you consider that 1 1/2 to 2lbs of nuts and seeds a week provides all the protein and fat a body needs! She also suggests that a Dehydrator is not a necessity, but of her 8 cereal recipes, the majority use either her recipe for 'Buckwheat Crispies'- which needs a dehydrator- or her SmartMonkey Bars, which are not readily available in the UK. And is she serious about providing a recipe section on raw food for your dog?!
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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Em on 21 July 2008
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I have tried several raw food 'cook' books of late - they all had something to offer, but they have been dominated by dips and sauces rather than the 'solid' food I was seeking. This is well illustrated, easy to follow, doesn't rely too heavily on a dehydrator (but a food processor would be useful) and generally brighter and more accessible than others I have read, still lots of dips, but much more besides.
An instant favourite.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By marzipan on 23 Sept. 2010
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I am returning to raw foods after 19 years (lesley Kenton and the fit for life team) 4 kids later and a very busy life. I decided that I needed more energy (4th child being 16 months) Ani's book has beautiful pictures of herself and the food. I found her a little bit preachy and some of her comments are obvious (on recycling blah blah) I have tried quite a few recipes and can highly recommend the sushi and the 'rice'. However have to say the sweetcorn chowder was pretty horrible! ended up throwing it away. Please be aware that 95% of the recipes involve nuts and or seeds, delicious but can be very pricey. Overall good tho x
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