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Good book to start off & learn
"Complete Idiot's Guide To Eathing Raw" is a good book to start with for learning about raw food. It has good recipes and a simple layout.
We highly recommend "Rainbow Green"; "The Green Foods"; "The Raw Food Revolution Diet"; and "Raw 50" are very informative books. We also recommend "The Sprouting Book" by Ann Wigmore; "Ani's Raw" by Ani Phyo (but be careful with using all recipes with nuts - you'll gain weight); all Moosewood books (they are not all raw, but have good raw and not raw recipes) "Moosewood Restaurant Cooks At Home" (best simple starter); "Moosewood Restaurant Daily Special"; "Simple Suppers"; "Moosewood Restaurant Celebrates"; "Sundays At Moosewood Restaurant"; and "Moosewood Restaurant Low-Fat Favorites" (although I don't recommend "low-fat" - just use healthy fat - you can see the difference "The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth" by Jonny Bowden)
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Posted March 13, 2010
In my search for good guides to eating raw, this one left me cold.
A half-hearted effort. There are many others such as Everyday Raw, Raw Revolution or 12 Steps to Raw, just to name a few, that are more insightful and instructive.
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