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Raw Energy: 124 Raw Food Recipes for Energy Bars, Smoothies, and Other Snacks to Supercharge Your Body Paperback – December 23, 2009
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About the Author
Stephanie Tourles has been practicing and teaching healthy living for more than 25 years. She is a licensed holistic esthetician with a strong background in Western and Ayurvedic herbalism, has extensive training in the nutritional sciences, and is an avid organic gardener. Tourles is also a certified aromatherapist, a Maine-certified reflexologist, and a professional member of the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy. She is the author of the best-selling books Organic Body Care Recipes and Raw Energy, as well as Love Potions, Naturally Bug-Free, Raw Energy in a Glass, Hands-On Healing Remedies, Naturally Healthy Skin, 365 Ways to Energize Mind, Body & Soul, and Natural Foot Care. She lives in Orland, Maine.
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Top Customer Reviews
I like that most recipes use ingredients I already have around the house. There are a few with more exotic ingredients like spirulina powder, but these are easy to skip over if you don't wish to buy the ingredient. Each recipe is fairly simple and straight forward. Most use a blender or food processor, a few use a dehydrator (but if you're into raw food, you probably already have these anyhow). There are lots of recipes that omit frequently allergic ingredients such as dairy, egg or gluten so I can make snacks for my friend with food allergies.
I just made Cashew Maple Oatmeal Squares and they taste just like an out-of-the-oven oatmeal cookie, but cold. There's also recipes for breakfast cereals, "milk"shakes and smoothies, dips, trail mixes and lots of desserts.
This book is going to be getting a lot of use at my house.
Now to the reason I gave this book 4 stars instead of 5....
I feel I was jipped with two of the recipes. One was for Ants on a Log...celery sticks filled with a raw nut butter and the other was fruit slices with raw nut butter spread on them. I would have appreciated two other raw recipes than these no brainers.
Other than that a great raw food, simple snack book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Most of the recipes in this book would be expensive to make. For example, some of the desserts include a half a cup or more of coconut oil... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary Katherine Bush
I keep coming back to this book. It's a great book to use with kids or any age! I love these recipes. Easy and super nutritious.Published 1 month ago by Ashlee
Love it! Quick snack ideas and also really delicious dehydrating recipes. She does use a lot of oil (olive) in some of the recipes, so if you follow a no-oil diet, be aware. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Laura M
A few recipes haven't quite turned out as expected, but overall, excellent!Published 7 months ago by Elaine Walsh
Excellent book. Very educational and it has an abundance of recipes.Published 8 months ago by Catherine S. Mcintire
great recipes, easy to make. I really love the peanut butter halvah and some of the other snack recipes. I have bought copies of this for other people. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Shery
great book if you are looking for raw snacks and drinks (especially if you are new to it). This book introduced me to some great ideas and snacks that are healthy and delicious.Published 10 months ago by Maria.K