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Eat Smart Eat Raw: Detox Recipes for a High-Energy Diet Paperback – 1 Oct 2002
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"an excellent book for basic information and recipes" -- Vogue, June 2005
"Eat Smart Eat Raw is the only book that gives a British focus to
raw-food cuisine" -- Zest, October 2003
This book changed the way I view food and sparked an incredible journey seeking knowledge about a raw food diet. -- The Green Parent, April/May 2006
From the Publisher
Dr Paula Jackson's comment posted in January about the lack of
temperatures given for dehydrating has overlooked Kate's note early in the
book that nothing should be heated to higher than 38C. By its very nature
raw food is uncooked therefore should be dehydrated at the lowest setting!
Top customer reviews
The recipes themselves are fascinatingly inventive: who would have thought, for example, that you could eat raw burgers and biscuits, pasta and pies? In clear and detailed text, Kate gives instructions for all these and more. Many recipes require specialist equipment such as a dehydrator, but there is plenty to attract the novice as well.
Kate's message seems to be that eating raw foods can be easy and fun with the help of this book. She says that eating even one raw meal a day can make a tremendous difference to your well being, and with Eat Smart, Eat Raw on your kitchen shelf it shouldn't be a challenge.
So far everything came out as 10/10. Especially the various curries. I do own a number of Raw Food books but "Eat Smart eat Raw' is the only British one. If like me, you cannot live without curries, that alone is a good enough reason to purchase this book. The American books do not do curries justice (Indian or Thai).
Other recipes are 'finger licking good'. Most of them excellent. I cannot recommend this book highly enough. It is a God-send.
A thousand thanks to kate Wood.
The sauce section is great and adds flavour to your raw pasta dishes. The satay sauce is a great hit with the family. I thought it was well worth the money.
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The book comes with a solid information section, which is helpful for anyone starting on their...Read more
Of the recipes but so many needed a dehydrator, were faffy to prepare, or just not
Suited to my palate that...Read more