Matt Amsden has written and illustrated this very inspiring yet simple to use recipe book. It contains highly useful information, such as ‘Stocking Your Kitchen’, which details not only the basic equipment needed, but also basic ingredients for making raw food preparation easy. ‘How To Eat Raw While Traveling’ is fantastic for school and work with recipes for foods the raw foodist can proudly take anywhere. Examples are Veggie Cakes, Felafel and Onion Bread.
2. Eating Without Heating. Favorite Recipes from Teens Who Love Raw Food.
Sergei and Valya Boutenko are the teenage children of the famed raw Boutenko family. Clearly, they love eating raw and have beautifully put together their favourite raw recipes. Examples are Italian Rawsage, Nori Rolls and Sergei’s Amazing Truffles. Both teenagers and parents will find this book a real treat to have.
3. Green For Life.
This ground-breaking book by Victoria Boutenko was an Independent Publisher Award Finalist. She clearly and simply explains why we should be feeding ourselves and families more dark leafy greens in the form of raw green smoothies. Over 17 delicious green smoothie recipes are given, making it easy to consume these otherwise bitter nutrients. Examples are Raspberry Dream and Summer Delight.
4. Eat Smart Eat Raw.
Kate Wood has written this wonderful and practical cookbook, having successfully tested the recipes on her own husband and children. Even the most resistant husband or child will love tasty delights such as Pasta Sauce and Calcium Candies. And each recipe has measurements in both metric and pounds. A must for any family’s raw food chef.
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