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Raw Food Made Easy Paperback – 30 Sep 2005
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As I work full time, I wanted a straightforward and practical book with quick and easy recipes, using everyday ingredients, that would encourage me to include more raw food in my diet. This book is perfect! It is set out in a clear and logical manner, with easy-to-follow recipes and invaluable information on individual ingredients, equipment and utensils, and any necessary preparation. A juicer, blender or food processor are required for most recipes, although some require no special equipment. It is also of a handy size and has an attractive and inviting cover.
I have tried several recipes, all of which have only taken minutes to make, and have tasted delicious - and so healthy! I especially enjoyed the Energizing-Purifying Juice and Flourless Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Buttercream Frosting. I never knew avocado could be used in place of butter, cream and eggs and taste so divine! I have attached a few photos.
I like this book so much that I bought a copy for two of my friends, who are also raw food beginners.
All in all, an ideal kitchen companion for anyone who wishes to create easy, tasty and healthy meals, and discover the benefits and delights of raw food.
European readers may wish to know that American weights & measures are used, but I haven't found this to be a problem.
I found the introduction and glossary very helpful as I'm just getting started with raw food, but I imagine this will be great for novices and old hands alike.
I'm sure Jennifer is a lovely woman, I am a strong advocate for the raw food way of life, I just wished the pages to be filled with less obvious info. If you are happy to pay for other sole ingredient recipes such as canteloupe smoothie; carrot juice; apple juice; orange juice then this might be the book for you. I'm really after quick, easy and inspiring recipes that do not take all day and a dozen ingredients that are a bit different to the Greek salad and lettuce sandwiches in this book.
One good thing about this book for me is that there is no mention of dehydrators as I don't have one and I prefer recipes that don't need them. There are also a few recipes that are quite handy like pie crust and crumble topping made with nuts, coconut etc.
If you're just starting to think about raw food and need the simplest of things explaining this might be a good book for you.
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I'll start with the 'positives' (of which there are very few): 1. The recipes are for 1 or 2 people, 2.Read more