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Raw Food/Real World

Author: Matthew Kenney

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 384

View: 858

Top New York chef and restaurateur Matthew Kenney and his partner, Sarma Melngailis, had been thinking of opening a Moroccan restaurant. But one night they were invited to a raw food restaurant -- and it changed their lives. They instead opened Pure Food and Wine, a restaurant devoted to creative, tasty raw food, and it has been drawing rave reviews. Dishes such as Zucchini and Green Zebra Tomato Lasagne, Golden Squash Pasta with Black Summer Truffles, and Dark Chocolate Ganache Tart with Vanilla Cream have given raw food a sexy new appeal. The decision to go raw was shocking at first for these two ex-carnivorous chefs, but they soon found that preparing and eating raw food made them and their guests feel their physical best. Melngailis noticed a difference almost immediately -- "Light, clean, natural, and alive foods make you feel light, clean, and more alive. And sexy." This new way of life has changed their outlook on eating and cooking and connects them to the world around them. As Kenney says, "Raw foods and the lifestyle associated with it are so compelling and complex that we will be forever learning and growing. Already it seems that we have discovered some of the magic that life offers." In this lushly photographed book, Kenney and Melngailis share some of that magic -- and show that preparing and eating raw does not mean bland, unsatisfying, or impossibly time-consuming meals. Using dehydrating, Vita-Mix blending, a nuanced understanding of spices, and unprecedented creativity, they explore a whole new outlook on raw food that transfers beautifully and easily from their kitchen to yours -- no matter what your present diet. And you'll immediately begin to reap the benefits of healthful, delicious, life-giving raw food.
Cooking

Living Raw Food

Author: Sarma Melngailis

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 384

View: 915

Picking up where the bestselling Raw Food/Real World left off, Sarma Melngailis invites us inside her glamorous restaurant, Pure Food and Wine, with dozens more recipes for fresh and vibrant juices, shakes, soups, simple dishes, main courses, desserts, and cocktails. Whip up an antioxidant-rich Goji Tropic Shake or a sweet, cleansing Cilantro-Pineapple Shake for delicious nutrition on the go Cool down with a Cucumber-Mint Gazpacho Soup and an Heirloom Tomato, Fennel, and Avocado Pressed Salad with Caper Dressing, Pistachio, and Mint Find out what makes the Chanterelle and Kalamata Olive Ravioli the restaurant's most beloved entrée Celebrate with a raw Thanksgiving dinner, complete with "dark meat" portobello, "white meat" large oyster mushrooms, stuffing, mashed celeriac, cranberries, and brussels sprouts Satisfy your sweet tooth with a Classic Sundae and Caramel Bars No juicer? No dehydrator? No problem! Sarma shows that raw food preparation doesn't have to be daunting, and she helps you work your way from the fastest, simplest, freshest recipes to immensely satisfying main dishes that you'll have a hard time believing are raw. A definitive list of ingredients, tools, techniques, and sources make raw food a snap, while information-packed sidebars introduce the world's most powerful super­foods, from kombucha tea to chia seeds. And Sarma is refreshingly honest and real as she describes her personal breakthroughs—and struggles—living on raw foods. Whether you're snacking on the run, having a quiet dinner at home, or throwing a festive cocktail party, eating raw food makes you feel alive. Filled with sensuous, sexy, and energizing food, this book is sure to enrich your life, whether you're a carnivorous epicure or a raw-foods junkie.
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The 90-day Raw Food Diet

Author: Matthew Kenney

Publisher: Familius

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 176

View: 466

Matthew Kenney's The 90-Day Raw Food Diet is a 90-day program to help people who are interested in improving their health and energy by changing how and what they eat. Focusing on Michael Pollan's mantra, "Eat food, not too much, mostly plants," Kenney provides a day-by-day, structured program of recipes, exercise, and lifestyle tips to optimize health and energy and, as the raw foodists say, get the glow!
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Raw. Vegan. Not Gross.

Author: Laura Miller

Publisher: Flatiron Books

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 320

View: 277

Whether you already love vegan food or need some convincing, YouTube star Laura Miller offers more than a hundred entirely vegan and mostly raw recipes for all people who want to eat deliciously. Raw. Vegan. Not Gross. is the debut cookbook from YouTube's Tastemade star Laura Miller. A soon to be modern classic, Raw. Vegan. Not Gross. will engage your taste buds with strengthening breakfasts (coconut kale smoothies; strawberry chia pudding), easy weeknight dinners (black bean and squash blossom tacos; kale pesto with noodles), crowd-pleasing party food (spicy watermelon gazpacho; buffalo cauliflower bites), irresistible drinks & desserts (lavender turmeric milk; chile chocolate truffles), and many more nutritious, satisfying dishes that are as beautiful and fun to make as they are healthful. Eschewing a strict or dogmatic approach to raw veganism, Laura's self-deprecating humor, candor about issues of food and body-image, and infectious enthusiasm make her the ideal guide and travel companion for people who want to fall back in love with produce or simply celebrate the joy of real, good food.
Health & Fitness

The Raw Food Lifestyle

Author: Ruthann Russo

Publisher: North Atlantic Books

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 256

View: 258

Ruthann Russo has been a vegetarian and vegan for more than 20 years, and in 2007 became a passionate raw-food enthusiast. She brings that passion to the pages of this comprehensive introduction to raw and live food. In simple, encouraging language, she conveys a wealth of information, from the philosophy of raw-food nutrition, to how it affects the body, to how to transition from a regular diet to one that promotes physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Using examples from her own life, Russo lays out a practical plan for making the switch that starts with realizing the need to change one’s diet (and health), and then stresses small dietary changes to discover what raw foods work, and assessing reactions. She profiles cacao, raw sweeteners, water, pH level of foods, juices versus smoothies, salt, the process of dehydrating food, garlic and onions, and overall food preparation. Russo highlights what supplements (superfoods, vitamins, green products) to include in the diet. She emphasizes the spiritual aspects of the movement as well, exploring meditation, yoga, Buddhism, peacefulness, and fasting.
Raw food diet

The Raw Food Diet Myth

Author: Ruthann Russo

Publisher: DJ Iber Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Raw food diet

Page: 250

View: 779

Raw food is not just a diet. It is a revolutionary philosophy. The purpose of this book is to introduce you to the revolutionary philosophy of raw and living foods by pulling together all of the components, including, but not limited to, diet, into one place. The book provides you with information to make a conscious decision about whether you will, or perhaps already have, incorporated any of the raw and living food philosophy into your own philosophy of living.
Business & Economics

The Business of Food

Author: Gary J. Allen

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 439

View: 191

This is the first encyclopedia to help the general reader understand the myriad components of what sustains us: the food and drink industries.
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Raw Food for Real People

Author: Rod Rotondi

Publisher: New World Library

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 208

View: 597

Many have touted the health and energy benefits of raw foods, but few have presented recipes and instructions for making raw food appealing — and satisfying — to everyone. Chef Rod Rotondi demonstrates that going raw isn’t hard — in fact, it’s fun, easy, and more delicious than you’ve ever imagined. You will learn all the fundamentals of preparing your own raw foods at home, including setting up your raw kitchen, transitioning to raw foods, sprouting, dehydration, and raising your kids on raw foods. Best of all, he offers a wealth of recipes for smoothies, breakfast, appetizers, soups, salads, dressings, entrées, and decadent desserts. Rod demonstrates that the best — and utterly delectable — way to go green and get healthy is to eat fresh food in its natural state. Includes contributions by the foremost authorities on raw-food nutrition: • Brian Clement, MD • Gabriel Cousens, MD • Compton Rom Bada • Robert O. Young, PhD
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Great Chefs Cook Vegan

Author: Linda Long

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 272

View: 331

Rev. ed. of: Great chefs cook vegan / Linda Long. 2008.
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A Malibu Mom’s Manifesto on Fresh, Whole Foods

Author: June Louks

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 226

View: 799

A Family’s Adventure In Feeling Great And Healing Our Planet Inside you’ll find a simple guide to infusing your family’s meals with fresh, whole foods. Proven, detailed recipes, presented alongside easy-to-understand information on whole food preparation and nutrition, will help you transform your lifestyle and create delicious, healthy meals. June Louks embodies a healing lifestyle that is in deep connection with our planet. She healed herself of debilitating and degenerating health challenges. A beekeeper who grows her own food, she co-founded the Malibu Agricultural Society and is committed to the well-being and healing of families and communities. “June Louks has written a jewel of a whole foods nutritional book. Informative-well beyond just another recipe book, June easily and effectively demystifies healthy eating for both children and parents. Its easy reading, informative approach empowers parents to show children how healthy eating, including desserts, can be delicious, fun and great for the planet.”