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About the Author

Lisa Montgomery graduated with a degree in Business in 1979, but soon developed a passion for health and nutrition. Today, she is a Holistic Health Care Practitioner, and has graduated from the Living Light Culinary Arts Institute as an associate/chef instructor. She is also the author of Raw Garden. For more information about Lisa, visit www.livingdynamically.com.
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Product Details

  • Series: The Complete Book of Raw Food Series
  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Hatherleigh Press (July 26, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1578263735
  • ISBN-13: 978-1578263738
  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 0.4 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #535,456 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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As a raw foodist, I was looking foward to receiving a book with NEW recipes in it. A great deal of the recipes are not from this author but from other authors. She even lists the author and the book it is in. I have a large raw "un"cookbook collection so I already have most of these recipes. I feel this should have been disclosed in the summary of this book because then I would not have purchased it. Extremely disappointing, I feel cheated and deceived and that I totally wasted my money.
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Being the owner of quite a few very high quality raw cookbooks, juicing books and smoothie books, I'm very disappointed and appalled by this author's attempt to sell repackaged information from other people's work. It's just not creative and not credible. There is plenty of free information on the internet to get the basics and recipes and plenty of good books out there if you want to pay for this kind of information. One of the best free sources on the internet is the Youtube channel of [...] just search for the user rawfoods and also for okraw for blending and juicing recipes and how to use these machines, their website also has a lot of great information. I learned a lot! Don't waste your money on this book!
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Although I have not tried any of these recipes yet (just got the book today), I have read through the book from cover to cover and there are some very basic recipes to be sure but there are many of the juices, smoothies, and soup recipe contributions I am looking forward to trying. If you are into raw food nutrition I don't see how you could go wrong in adding this book to your collection.

Update: Tried the Strawberry-Pear-Cucumber Smoothie, Down on the Bayou Smoothie, and Green Goodness Smoothie; Chocolate-Cherry Shake, Cleanse Fast Drink and Liver Cleanse Drink (they really cleanse); Watermelon Juice, Sweet Peach Juice, and Raspberry Salad Dressing and they all are worth adding to your recipe file.

Raw Food-Liquid Raw and Raw Food Made Easy for 1 or 2 People are IMO two books I am glad to have on my kitchen bookshelf.
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I was excited to read this book, which I managed to find in e-book format at my local public library. I was psyched for some new recipes to use with my Vitamix. I am an avid green smoother drinker/maker and was curious about other possible recipes to try with my blender. While the recipes are just fine, and I will ultimately use this book's resources, something really irked me.

On one of the first pages, there is a reference to a "Dr. Lorraine Day" who opted out of surgery and chemotherapy, and attributes her survival from breast cancer to her change in diet and lifestyle. More research on this doctor will reveal criticism by those in the health care profession, several holes in her story, and lack of proper documentation. I think it is inappropriate for Lisa Montgomery, the author of this book, to reference this doctor that many have deemed a "quack" and to quickly attribute her own recovery as well as that of Dr. Day's to diet changes.

Although I wholeheartedly believe that diet determines our health and can have cancer-preventing properties, curing cancer is a whole different story. It was an irresponsible decision for Montgomery to share her own personal story in the way that she did. She says that she found a lump, decided to NOT even SEE a doctor, and then drink wheatgrass to try to get well. While she has a right to share her own stories, she must remember that others may do as she says, and refuse to see a medical doctor, or any medical professional, and take matters into their own hands. She did not even bother to elaborate on her own personal success story -- leaving us no choice but to accept her conclusion. More natural, holistic approaches are great. I am all for them. But we must also find a balance. We cannot advocate refusing to see a medical professional when symptoms of a potentially serious illness arise.
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Wow! I can not believe how much salt is in these recipes! I made the Chocolate Mousse and it called for 1 teaspoon of salt and the total recipe is a cup and a half of "mousse". I put in 1/2 a tsp. and it was still too much. Yuck!!! The next recipe is only 1/2 of an avocado more and it calls for 1 tablespoon of salt! What? This girl did not even taste these recipes. I know that I could tweak the recipes and make them better but I would rather have a book with amazingly great recipes already, like Robyn Openshaw's The Green Smoothie Diet. Everything I've made from her book is delicious.
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Uh...handy if you have Agave, Dates, Mango, Coconut Water, and Goji berries laying around to name a few of the most ridiculous items you will need to do most of anything in this book. And if you want a little synopse of any real health benefits for the recipes this book is severely lacking in that area. I bought this for juicing recipes and it has some, but not very many of them. In fact, it seemed alot of things called for needing a blender instead...and in some cases...you will need a TRIBEST SOYABELLA MILK MAKER. You heard that right. If you are looking for a recipe book for your juicer to try and pick up some much needed vitamins and minerals and phytonutrients etc. this is not the book for you. Sorry but I didn't want to make Nut Nog. Also the recipes are basically taken from other chefs or authors and thrown together in this book. And the work you would need to put into some of the concoctions is straight silly...how about a 20 minute prep time...preceeded by 8-24 hours for almond soaking. Joke. Get something else.
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