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Kristen Suzanne's EASY Raw Vegan Entrees: Delicious & Easy Raw Food Recipes for Hearty & Satisfying Entrees Like Lasagna, Burgers, Wraps, Pasta, ... Cheeses, Breads, Crackers, Bars & Much More! Paperback – 1 Dec 2008


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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Wow! A great addition to any kitchen 24 Jan. 2009
By Christine Terlesky - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Kristen's Raw Vegan Entrée's is another wonderful book filled with delicious recipes.
One of the great things about this book is that it offers recipes that will appeal to everyone. She offers non fat and low fat recipes, and if you're someone like me who can't tolerate high amounts of nuts, she offers many recipes that use seeds or a combination of nuts and seeds that are not too heavy. For this reason, I found her book to be more budget friendly than some other recipe books I've purchased. Another bonus is that her recipes are typically not more than 4 servings. I usually only cook for 1 or 2 people and I found her recipes very easy to cut in half.

Of course, her recipes are always flavorful and satisfying. Her Hearty Garden Burgers are excellent and go great on top of her Famous Marinara with Pasta. I love making pizza with her Addictive Savory Mustard Bread (I also love to just eat it plain it's that good), and I always have one of her pestos or pates in the fridge. I would have to say my all time favorite raw recipe would have to be her South of the Border Burrito topped with the Cheezy Nacho Sauce. This dish never fails to amaze me and my friends and family love it. It's definitely a must have for every raw kitchen or for anyone looking to move towards a vegan or healthier lifestyle.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Kristen really knows her RAW! 6 Jan. 2009
By SewBeIt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I am a collector of books on raw food, and when I saw Kristen's website and her books, I knew I just had to add them to my collection! Definitely a good decision, as her books are really excellent. She really knows her RAW! Her recipes are very easy to follow; they are easy but so delicious and gorgeous, and she has a lot of recipes that are different from other raw books. I find the variety refreshing.
The Entrees book is fabulous; the Lasagne is to LIVE FOR! There are so many choices it is hard to decide which one to make next! All of her books are like that. The Hemp book is fabulous also...and don't even get me started on the Holidays book!
I definitely give her books 5 stars. I don't think anyone could possibly be disappointed with Kristen's raw books!
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Review from someone who doesn't know Kristen 23 July 2010
By J. Lee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I bought this book back when it had 13 reviews and all but two of them were from reviewers who gave all her books 5 stars and only reviewed her books.

I read her blog a bit beforehand and she seems quite nice. I figured well, she probably has friends and family with some integrity to be truthful. Worse comes to worse, at least I can write a review about it. So here it is. Finally.

Caveat: I'm not a raw foodist. I'm an omnivore who is interested in incorporating more vegetables in my diet in interesting dishes, and general healthy eating. I almost exclusively buy cookbooks related to healthy cooking. The exception being asian food (even then I try). This review is also based on 4 recipes. Also, when I bought this book I had two other raw food cook books:

The Raw Food Revolution Diet by Cherie Soria, Brenda Davis, and Vesanto Melina
Everyday Raw by Matthew Kenney

I made one thing from Raw Food Revolution (bought because of the seemingly overwhelming good reviews, also by suspiciously single-review persons). It was a soup. It was ok. I'm sure she has more, but I'm a visual "cook". I'm inspired by images to cook. Plus, the recipes didn't sound very appealing to me. I'll try more and write a more appropriate review for Ms. Soria's book one day.

The Everyday Raw required ingredients and a dehydrator which I didn't have so that stayed on the shelf.

So by default I ended up going for Kristen's book all the time. As I mentioned I've only made 4 recipes.
The first was the marinara. This wasn't too bad. It's a tad astringent (acidic?) for my taste buds.

I enjoyed the pesto. I made that twice. The first time was really good. The second time...maybe it went off? because for some reason the smell started to turn me away. Be warned! The odor is EXTREMELY pungent. I took it to work once and everyone stared at me :(

The turnip ravioli was also very good. I made it three times. I have to ensure the turnip slices are completely soaked to the point of transparency otherwise it still has a raw taste. It does require quite a bit of work and time.

The fourth dish was a complete miss. It was so bad I couldn't finish it and I finish everything. It was the burger. I was really really looking forward to it as it sounded like a non-raw-foodist she gave it to really liked it. And I love veggie burgers. I'm wondering what I did wrong. It was mealy in texture, sloppy, and sweet. I've never had a sweet burger so the taste was just wrong. Perhaps I don't like the dates? (I hope not or I'm hosed for a lot of raw food recipes).

That fourth dish was where I stopped. It was such a disappointment and expensive I got discouraged. In addition the other recipes haven't really inspired me or I didn't have the needed tools (dehydrator).

I would give it 3.5 stars based on the recipes I tried. It loses the other stars for there not being enough images (the book doesn't come with any but you can see them online) and it's a ridiculously thin and small book for what I paid. I was shocked when I received it.

A suggestion for the author: I think posting pictures online is a fair alternative to incorporating them in the book to keep costs down (hopefully the pdf has them incorporated). If you're going to host pictures online, why not take a picture of every recipe?
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
If you buy more than one of Kristen Suzanne's books.... 18 Oct. 2009
By Cassie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
The recipes are great but I bought 5 of her recipe books at one time and am disappointed that each book has the same first 25-30 pages. These are small books of 74-90 pages so that means each book has few recipes that are actually related to the title (Smoothies, Salads, etc). Essentially I paid for the same recipes 5 times. I must assume she makes more money by selling repeat pages in each of the small books. Five stars for the recipes but paying over $50. for all the repeats takes the thrill off of my purchase. Poor book strategy and I would not advise purchasing these books.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Raw is good. 22 April 2009
By kell bell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I liked this cookbook but I don't understand why there are no pictures in it. There are 8 pics on the internet but none in the book. I find that strange especially since she puts in a nice first chapter about raw basics. If you are a beginner don't you think you would want to know what the food is supposed to look like in the end? I have a hard time cooking or un-cooking in the first place. This book is good. It just needs some nice photos. A picture is worth a thousand words right?
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