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Raw. Vegan. Not Gross.: All Vegan and Mostly Raw Recipes for People Who Love to Eat Hardcover – May 17, 2016
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"Colorful, inspiring and definitely not gross - Laura knows good food!"
“I’m so obsessed with this human. Laura is a brilliant chef, my hangover guru, and an all-around superwoman whose book is a kaleidoscope of food, feelings, and funny. I want to eat everything in it!”
“Raw. Vegan. Not Gross. is my go-to feel-good cookbook. Laura’s handle on the raw food movement is intuitive and effortless. In just one book she’ll teach you just how easy and craveable clean eating can be.”
―Erin McKenna, author of BabyCakes
"Scared of eating raw? Heard it’s healthy but it takes a sh*tload of time and money, right? Well listen up ‘cause Laura Miller’s here to help, not to push any agenda or pressure you to be perfect. This book is for everyday, budget-minded people looking to mix-up their played out kitchen routines. Laura shows you can be a normal, funny ass person who just happens to eat and cook like a f*cking boss."
―Michelle and Matt, authors of Thug Kitchen
About the Author
Laura Miller is the creator and star of the hit show Raw. Vegan. Not Gross. on YouTube's Tastemade channel, with over seven million views. Her irreverent approach to raw food, as well as her quirky and gorgeous wearable produce projects ("froobs"), have garnered her a devoted following and national press coverage. Prior to Raw. Vegan. Not Gross., Laura ran a raw vegan desserts company called Sidesaddle Kitchen. She lives in California, and loves the company of her akita-pitbull rescue dog, Buzz.
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UPDATE: I tried adding 1 cup almond milk to the recipe 1/4 at a time. The muffins came out pretty awful. If anyone figures this out, please post the info. (Blackberry chia muffins)
Laura Miller steals the show with unique approach to food. I found her on Tastemade a couple years ago, doing a cooking show. Each episode was about 10 minutes (let the binge watching ensue), and here was this woman, who was genuinely EXCITED about food, totally goofy and being herself. She was not putting on a show like you would see on any cooking show on Food Network. She was just so relatable and that was refreshing. I just wanted to her hug and say thank you.
The first episode I saw was how to make chocolate avocado pudding. I was entralled---I'm lactose intolerent as of recently (3 years running) and I know what pudding tastes like. I was longing for some semblence of my comfort dessert and she hit the nail on the head with this.
She recently had a book signing in my town, and I got to meet this wonderful human being. She's introverted, all smiles and again, so relatable. She and her recipes just reflect the emodiment of goodness and how food can open up so many doors to feeling like your best self. I just made the cauliflower pizza and chocolate shake last night (which if you ate "normal" pizza and a chocolate shake you'd probably feel terrible and bloated, or in my case, like death, because of the dairy), and both were just SO great. The shake was dedcadent, and it was such a relief to have something so familiar, sans dairy, and know my body wouldn't try to kill me later.
Even if you aren't vegan, you will enjoy her recipes. They are filling and so packed with nutrients that you won't ever have to worry about feeling guilty eating them. She's all about eating food that is good, and helping you understand how it makes you feel good. That's it. So simple.