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Eat Raw, Eat Well: 400 Raw, Vegan and Gluten-Free Recipes Paperback – March 15, 2012
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Douglas McNish is an executive chef, cooking teacher and raw food consultant who is passionate about sharing his knowledge about the raw food lifestyle. He has personally experienced the benefits -- he lost 100 pounds in 2 years since embracing the diet. Douglas lives in Ontario.
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Though Doug has 400 recipes in this book, many of the recipes have variations and tips to allow for creativity, flavor or ingredient preferences which pushes the recipe count higher in my estimation.
I will mention that I've had this book since I started my raw journey and some of the recipes scared me because I was still figuring out how to be raw. I'm visual and though there are some pictures, there aren't nearly as many pictures as there are recipes. Now that I'm more familiar with raw uncooking, I absolutely love this book! Some of the recipes are time consuming to prepare, but a lot of them can be done quickly and easily. Doug also uses a lot of ingredients that are readily available. When he has recipes with uncommon ingredients, he generally offers tips on where to obtain ingredients or substitutions. I have other books that call for ingredients that I can't purchase in my area which complicates food preparation.
Thanks Doug for making raw food uncooking fun!
Buckwheaty Hemp Chocolate Granola (very crunchy; stays crunchy in milk)
Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding (I plan to adapt this one for a Southern Banana Pudding - awesome)
Brown Rice Miso Broth
Sun-dried Tomate French Dressing (I'm not a fan of French dressing - but this is amazing)
Lemon-Avacado Dressing (wonderful, but I will use less lemon juice next time)
Almond Parmesan Cheese (a great vegan substitute - yummy)
Sprouted Quinoa Pilaf (finally - Quinoa I can love)
Spicy Kimchi (this is now fermenting - will update review at the end of this week; very easy to make)
Coconut Macaroons (absolutely easy & "to die for")
Creamy Ranch Kale Chips (I love kale chips - these are SO GOOD that I found myself sneaking pieces off the dehydrator before they were done!)
Not one bad recipe in this list! I honestly cannot say that about the other raw food books I've tried - they are hit & miss (mostly miss). If you are a new raw foodie and searching for THE ultimate book - buy this one. You will find loads of flavor, easy ingredients, helpful hints, and gorgeous photos. My theory is that you can tell a good "cookbook" by how much food gets splattered on the pages! Believe me, I use this one daily and it has it's share of splatters! Enjoy!