Going Raw: Everything You Need to Start Your Own Raw Food Diet and Lifestyle Revolution at Home
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Go raw, get radiant, start a revolution!
A raw-food diet is a healthful way to detox, clear up your skin, shed a few pounds, and feel radiant. But who has time to track down hard-to-find ingredients and whip up labor-intensive recipes every day? (Hint: not you!) So what's the best way to start? Going Raw gives you everything you need to start enjoying the benefits of a raw-food lifestyle, all in this gorgeous guide.
Judita Wignall's Going Raw combines the flavor of a gourmet cookbook with everyday recipes that are practical for the real-world home chef.
On the bonus online videos you'll find tutorials for several raw-food techniques, including how to use a dehydrator, basic knife skills, slicing with a mandolin, and spiralizing vegetables.
Inside you'll find:
Berries and Cream Crepes
Thai Green Bean Salad
Herbed Cashew Hemp Cheese
Broccoli and Mushrooms with Wild Rice
Asian Noodle "Stir Fry"Classic Veggie Pizza
Coconut-Curry Samosas with Plum Chutney
Orange-Chocolate Mousse Parfait
Mexican Spiced Brownies
Apple Cobbler with Maple Cream
How to grow your own sprouts
How to ferment kimchi and sauerkraut ...and even 100% raw Ice Cream, Coconut Yogurt, and more!
Going Raw Everything You Need to Start Your Own RAW FOOD DIET & Lifestyle Revolution at Home Judita Wignall Photography by Matt Wignall Contents Foreword by Cherie Soria, Living Light Culinary Institute Introduction Chapter 1: Why Go Raw? Rules of the Raw Road Nutritional Basics of Raw Food The Benefits of Raw Food The Cost of Eating Raw Living Green, Living Compassionately Chapter 2: Raw Basics Stocking Your Pantry The Tools Basic Knife Skills Using a Mandoline
great on its own, but it’s even better with South-of-the-Border Soft Tacos (see page 103). 4 cups (660 g) bloomed wild rice (see page 44) 2 tablespoons (30 ml) lemon juice 2 tablespoons (30 ml) olive oil 1 teaspoon sea salt 1 teaspoon cumin 1/3 cup (37 g) sun-dried tomato powder* 1 cup (150 g) fresh corn kernels 1/3 cup (55 g) diced sweet yellow onion 1/3 cup (5 g) chopped cilantro 1. Place the wild rice in a medium-size bowl. 2. In a small bowl, combine the lemon juice, olive oil,
altered foods. The grocery store shelves are stocked with processed foods that have been stripped of almost all their nutrients and contain substances completely foreign to our bodies, such as MSG and trans fats. The definition of processed food used in this book is anything that was man-made in a factory with altered or refined ingredients and packaged to sit on store shelves for weeks or months. This applies not just to chips and cookies, but also includes “instant” meals you heat in the
they will melt. 4. Roll the dough with a rolling pin on a nonstick sheet or parchment paper, making the dough about 3/8 inch (1 cm) thick (a). 5. Cut out with a cookie cutter and freeze (b). These are best served frozen. The cookies will keep for 1 month in the freezer. *Chop Basic Raw Chocolate (see page 147) into chips or use store-bought raw chocolate or chocolate chips. White Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake Makes 12 servings Soak time: 2 hours Prep time: 45 minutes Chill time: 2
future of this planet. —Penni Shelton, author of Raw Food Cleanse and director of Raw Food Rehab Glossary agave nectar: a sweet syrup that comes from the agave plant, the same plant that brings us tequila. There is some speculation about how raw it really is, so I suggest using it sparingly. Use clear agave over the brown varieties, which are most likely heated at high temperatures. arame: a dark, thin noodle-like seaweed. Soak for 5 minutes and rinse before using. bee pollen: