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    Going Raw: Everything You Need to Start Your Own Raw Food Diet & Lifestyle Revolution at Home (Paperback) By (author) Judita Wignall

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    DescriptionGoing Raw combines the beauty and flavor of a gourmet cookbook with everyday recipes that are practical for the real-world home chef. There are utilitarian books that offer a lot of great basics but do not illuminate the content with stylish and instructional photography. Going Raw promises the basics (kitchen gear, pantry ingredients, how to plan your grocery shopping and menus, prep and storage techniques) and delivers delicious, simple recipes for the starter raw foodist. A 30 minute bonus DVD content features various food preparation techniques, finished presentations, and "raw food 101" lifestyle tips and advice as well.


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    Beautiful and inspiring raw recipe book!5

    Louise Cowpertwait The strengths of this book are: beautiful photographs, inspiring healthy ingredients and information, and that l think both beginners interested i healthy, raw, plant-based foods and seasoned raw enthusiasts would enjoy owning this. Any downsides might be that some ingredients are tricky to get hold of (only in health stores or online) and that many recipes call for a dehydrator (which non raw-foodists like myself are unlikely to own). However, despite this, when i loaned this book from the library, I earmarked so many pages to photocopy that I decided I would have to buy it! Converted me to the joys of making nut milk and sprouting for which I will forever be grateful! by Louise Cowpertwait

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