Mounting evidence has shown that heat destroys many of the nutrients found in raw, living food, rendering it harder to digest and nutritionally diminished. Raw food is catching on From Hollywood stars with personal chefs, to a host of chic new Manhattan restaurants, the Raw Food movement is sweeping the country as people learn about the dramatic health benefits derived by eating a vegan diet in which food is never heated above 118 degrees Fahrenheit. To most people, salads mean "healthy," and that's it. But this recipe book introduces you to a world of salads and dressings that taste so good, you'd be willing to have them as your main course Great salads are all about the dressing, and these dressing recipes will make it so easy for you to introduce more vegetables into your diet, that you won't even need to think about the dramatic health benefits. You'll just be thinking about how good they taste This Raw food vegan recipe book includes: 76 recipes, including: 31 Dressings 39 Salads A "Raw Basics" introduction to Raw food (with 6 basic "must have" recipes) for people who are new to the subject. Also includes links to food photographs at Kristen Suzanne's Web site, KristensRaw.com.
Author: Kristen Suzanne Publisher: Green Butterfly Press Published: 01/01/2009 Pages: 144 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 0.44lbs Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.31d ISBN: 9780981755663