Ani's Raw Food Essentials: Recipes and Techniques for Mastering the Art of Live Food [NOOK Book]

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Chef Ani Phyo is back with Ani?s Raw Food Essentials, full of everything you need to know to master the art of live food. Phyo shows you how to whip up simple, fresh recipes using what you?ve already got in your kitchen while also offering tips on dehyrating and more sophisticated techniques. Looking for innovative meals that are healthy and delicious? Phyo offers everything from classic comfort foods like nachos and burgers to Reuben sandwiches and bacon, along with more gourmet dishes like risotto, angel hair ...
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Ani's Raw Food Essentials: Recipes and Techniques for Mastering the Art of Live Food

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Overview


Chef Ani Phyo is back with Ani’s Raw Food Essentials, full of everything you need to know to master the art of live food. Phyo shows you how to whip up simple, fresh recipes using what you’ve already got in your kitchen while also offering tips on dehyrating and more sophisticated techniques. Looking for innovative meals that are healthy and delicious? Phyo offers everything from classic comfort foods like nachos and burgers to Reuben sandwiches and bacon, along with more gourmet dishes like risotto, angel hair pasta, and her “you-won’t-believe-they’re-raw” desserts.

Ani’s Raw Food Essentials once again proves that you don’t have to sacrifice taste to reap the benefits of raw foods, all while living a greener lifestyle. Recipes include: Broccoli and Cheeze Quiche, Kalamata Olive Crostini, Cashew “Tofu” in Miso Broth, Grilled Cheeze and Tomato Sandwiches, Cheeze Enchilada with Ranchero and Mole Sauce, Pad Thai, Pesto Pizza, and many more.

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher

Named a “Top Ten Vegan Cookbook” by VegNews, July/August 2010
 
VegNews, May/June 2010
“The raw-food styling’s of the uncook queen Ani Phyo return for her most must-have volume yet. Ani’s Raw Food Essentials hits all of the basics—and beyond—in its hefty 300+ pages. Written with the beginner in mind, Phyo’s comprehensive content makes it perfect for anyone interested in adding more raw, unprocessed, delicious, and healthy meals to their life…Phyo’s tone is nothing but positive and supportive, encouraging small steps toward a healthier lifestyle and never demanding a 100-percent raw diet—especially not overnight.”

Library Journal, 5/15/10 “If you've avoided raw cookbooks in the past, this is a great starter title.”
 

VegDaily.com, 6/22/10
“Ani Phyo guides readers through the fundamentals of raw food preparation in a simple and user-friendly manner.”
 

Copley’s News Service
“The foods are raw but her techniques are exceptionally polished”
 

Healthy Magazine (UK)
“Ani Phyo is fast becoming the go-to girl for all things raw. This book provides over 250 recipes and tips that prove that you don’t have to sacrifice flavour to reap the benefits of a raw food diet. Phyo explains that raw food is more than just a diet – it is a way of life. She teaches readers how eating fresh, organic ingredients can affect the way we look, feel and interact with the earth. If you’ve been thinking about going raw, this book provides easy transitional recipes and techniques to help you painlessly make the change.”
 
Funky Raw Magazine (UK)
“If you are a beginner to raw food, this would make an excellent first recipe book, and even if you consider yourself an expert, you will find lots of ideas and inspiration within the 320 pages of this book.”
 

Discovery’s PlanetGreen.Com, 10/21/10
“[Ani is a] change-maker.”
 

Top Sante Health and Beauty (UK), July 2011 “[R]aw food bible.”

Library Journal
For the new raw chef, Phyo (Ani's Raw Food Kitchen) lists kitchen tools and pantry and fridge items and includes a selection of breads (dehydrator required), smoothies, cereals, salads, and cookies—all with a short list of ingredients. Phyo's web site (aniphyo.com) features additional recipes, "uncooking" videos, and information on ingredients and kitchen tools. If you've avoided raw cookbooks in the past, this is a great starter title. Libraries should also consider Stephanie Tourles's complementary Raw Energy. Library marketing.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780738215785
  • Publisher: Da Capo Press
  • Publication date: 4/3/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 490,498
  • File size: 8 MB

Meet the Author


Ani Phyo is one of the nation’s premier raw food chefs. The author of Ani’s Raw Food Kitchen, Ani’s Raw Food Desserts, and Return on Design and founder of SmartMonkey Foods, she lives in Los Angeles.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2011

    My favorite recipe book...by far!!!

    I got this book because I have a lot of food allergies and was looking for something where I wouldn't have to tweak every recipe. I don't eat 100% raw food all the time, but this book has got me thinking about it. It's because I realize it wouldn't be that hard to make delicious food that helps me feel good and helps me stay within my budget.

    For most of the recipes all you need is a sharp knife, a good blender, and/or a food processor. But others, you would need a dehydrator and a vegetable spiralizer. I recently bought a spiralizer and love it, but I haven't invested in a dehydrator yet. But that isn't a huge deal because Ani Phyo gives you tips on how to make the recipes in the oven on a low temperature instead.

    These recipes are very simple; in fact, in many ways I prefer them over the cooked versions. I highly recommend this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2011

    a favorite author's book

    I really like this author. I like the way that she looks at diet and living on this earth in a holistic fashion, ecologically and fiscally responsible.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2011

    ani raw foods

    Would recommend for warm weather and fresh vegetable season

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2011

    EXCELLENT RAW FOOD BOOK

    EASY TO FIND INGREDIENTS - FRESH FOOD - HEALTHY

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