The Raw Food Revolution Diet

by Cherie Soria; Brenda Davis, RD; and Vesanto Melina, MS, RD
Living food book review

Don’t know what the big deal is about raw food? According to the authors of The Raw Food Revolution Diet, it will help you lose weight and keep it off, increase your energy and stamina, require less sleep, have fewer colds and allergies, and give you a more positive attitude. Sound too good to be true? The authors’ stories about their own weight and health issues are inspiring.

The first half of The Raw Food Revolution Diet offers a great deal of information about raw foods: healthy habits, achieving permanent weight loss, nutrition, basic raw food equipment and techniques. After some varied menu ideas, the second half of the book consists of recipes:

  • Breakfast fruits and cereals – smoothies, cashew yogurt, buckwheat muesli…
     
  • Beverages and tonics – banana endurance drink, cucumber water, spicy tomato cocktail…
     
  • Breads, crackers, crusts, and wraps – sprouted grain bread, salsa wraps, zucchini pizza crusts…
     
  • Spreads and dips – corn and avocado salsa, zucchini hummus, broccoli pesto pâté…
     
  • Dressings, marinades, and sauces – savory seed dressing, cashew dill sauce, onion-shiitake gravy…
     
  • Condiments and chutneys – hot mustard, berry-date jam, red pepper rémoulade…
     
  • Salads – kale coleslaw, sea vegetable and cucumber salad, green garden salad bar…
     
  • Soups – fresh pea, garden blend, spicy papaya…
     
  • Side dishes – bok choy with mushrooms, Mexican-style cabbage, antipasto…
     
  • Entrées – garden pizza, burritos, Vietnamese salad rolls…
     
  • Snacks and sweets – turtle truffles, savory seasoned seeds, apple pie with carob-pecan crust…

Raw Food Revolution DietIf you’re interested in improving your weight, health, and outlook on life, consider eating more raw food – it’s easier (and tastier) than you might think.

Buy The Raw Food Revolution Diet:
Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk

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