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"Gourmet raw cuisine"--if that sounds like an oxymoron, you'll be amazed by the creativity of the recipes in this book. Every food is "live" (uncooked) in these vegetarian recipes from Juliano, the raw-food guru of Los Angeles. Juliano believes that fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains, beans, and seeds in their rawest and purest form are the most nourishing foods. If your imagination stops at alfalfa sprouts and grated carrots, hold onto your cutting board. Juliano's recipes include Butternut Squash Soup, New Moon Fruit Stew, Thai Green Papaya Salad, Living Buckwheat Pizza Crust, Mango Essene Bread, Mock Salmon Sushi, Raw Spring Rolls, seven varieties of burritos, nine varieties of pizza, and nine unusual smoothies. Desserts? Try EZ Pudding (made with maple syrup, avocados, and carob powder) or Cashew Gelato (cashew butter, maple syrup, and almonds, served frozen). There are also condiments, dressings, and sauces, and plenty of information about preparing raw foods, including how to soak and sprout beans, grains, seeds, and nuts.
It may seem like cheating, but a food dehydrator is permitted to "bake" pizza, cookies, and breads. It blows hot air, but never heats foods hotter than 120°F, which, claims Juliano, "allows all the delicate nutrients that are usually burned out of cooked foods to remain intact." Raw is filled with gorgeous color photos of the foods in all their vibrant colors and a number of photos of the vibrant Juliano (not in the raw). "Before you know it," says Juliano, "you'll be Raw and loving it." --Joan Price
<P>"Food fads come and go, Pan Asian, Haute Southern, Pacific Rim fusion, but the latest dining trends is actually the oldest: eating food raw." -- <I>USA Today</I>See all Product Description
Unique, simple and decadent at the same time. This is a must have for raw foodists! You have the simple, fast meals on the go and the exotic 'special dinner' recipes. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gabe
wonderful recipes. As a raw food vegan I really missed my Sushi. But with this book and the raw food sushi recipe I am so happy.Published 12 months ago by maria
the book is in brand new condition, great way to prepare your food if you want to make concious effort about eating healthyPublished 18 months ago by Morgan
There is something so gorgeous and special about this cookbook. Juliano devotes so much passion and care to his food it is contagious. Read morePublished on Jan. 3 2013 by Kijiji
The person who wrote about the "Meat loaf" recipe must not have read the recipe: it calls for a total of only 1/2 cup olive oil. There are also a lot of nuts in it but 1. Read morePublished on July 9 2004
I can't recommend this book highly enough. I was on the way to raw food when I bought this book, so I was sprouting and already had the dehydrator. Read morePublished on May 1 2004 by rrhiys
I've purchased many raw food "cook"books over the last year -- and this one has the best-tasting, most delicious recipes yet! Read morePublished on Feb. 24 2004
while this book may be labor intensive at times, there are many recipies that do just whip right up. you don't have to buy their $200.00 dehydrator... Read morePublished on Feb. 16 2004