View Full Version : What raw cookbooks do you have?
05-04-2006, 05:20 PM
Post your raw cookbook titles, level of difficulty, comments, etc.
-Juliano's. Requires alot of ingredients!! The uncook burgers are delicious though! The flax cracker recipe I tried didn't turn out too tasty :(
-Raw in 10 minutes. It seems pretty easy, but I have yet to try more recipes!
-Raw Food/Real World. It's a beautifully done cookbook. I cant wait to try it out.
-Hallelujah Acres. ( there's a blended green meal in there that Paul Nison recommends..)
& more I can't think of right now!!
05-04-2006, 05:47 PM
Living on Live food & the DVD - Bar None the easiest and best of all my books
(No I am Not paid to say that) ;)
Food Combining made Easy, Back To Eden, Fit For Life, Fit For LifeII, Renew your life ( not truly uncook books but they got my interest in RAW food)
Eating in the Raw ( was my first RAW book but not in the definition of Raw)
Nature's First Law- the Raw Food Diet lead me to the SunFood Diet ( interesting & Complex in Thought)
12 Steps to RAW Foods ( easy)
Raw Juices an A-Z Guide( Can Save Your Life) ( super easy)
The Raw Truth -the Art of Preparing Living Foods just purchased no clue
The Raw Food Detox Diet just came in the mail but it appears from my quick scan to have cooked recipes???????????????????? :mad: I can use a reg SAD book for that!!!!!!!!!!!
The Other book just in :Is Your Body' many cries for Water
Had Julianno's lent it out & Now it's gone ( but I found it to be to gourmet, I did try many and have a few I wrote down in my quick Ref book
I have a collection of Vegan books that I convert recipes
and several enzyme books
I want The China Study!!!!!!
05-04-2006, 07:51 PM
Because I like to know as much as possible about any pursuit that I am involved in, I purchased quite a few raw books which were either well known in and of themselves (i.e. Raw Food, Real World) or because the author is prominent (starting with Alissa's book after I saw her on Today last summer). So here's what's in my Raw Food Library:
12 Steps to Raw Foods, Victoria Boutenko
Detox Delights, Shazzie***
Detox Your World, Shazzie
Eating without Heating, Boutenko Kids
Green for Life, Boutenko's***
Hooked on Raw, Rhio***
Igors Live Flat Bread, Igor Boutenko
Juice Lady's Guide***
Life Force Cookbook - Least Favorite
Living Cuisine, Renee U
Living on Life Food, Alissa Cohen***
Rainbow Green Live Food Cuisine, Dr. Gabrielle Cousens
Raw Family, Boutenko's***
Raw Food Made Easy, Jenny Cornbleet***
Raw Food, Real World***
Raw Foods for Busy People, Jordan Maerin - Least Favorite
Raw Gourmet, Nomi Shannon***
Raw, Charlie Trotter & Roxanne Klein***
Raw, The Uncookbook, Juliano***
The Complete Book of Raw Food
The Garden Diet recipes ebook***
The Raw Food Gourmet, Gabrielle Chavez
The Raw Truth, Jeremy Saffron
Perhaps I shouldn't have bought so many because I haven't given most of them too much attention.
Oh well, live and learn...
BTW, The Green Lemonade recipe in the Raw Food Detox Diet is yummy! (I checked that book out from the library, as well as the China Study which I am currently reading.)
05-04-2006, 08:37 PM
Raw by Juliano
Raw, Charlie Trotter & Roxanne Klein
Detox Your World by Shazzie
Eat Smart, Eat Raw by Kate Wood
Raw Kids by Cheryl Stoycroft
All the Garden Diet ebooks
Eating without Heating (Boutenkos)
Raw Family (Boutenkos)
12 steps to raw food (Boutenkos)
Green for Life (Boutenkos)
A very thin small hardback I can't remember the name of with drawn pictures instead of photos.
I also have the two books by Vonderplanitz which aren't vegan.
And lots of Juice books.
05-05-2006, 09:16 AM
I have thought of listing all the raw books I have but you've all done a great job in your posts! I believe I have almost every book on the market now, I buy each one as it comes out.
I had a cookbook collection of over 300 books so I guess now I am trying to do that with uncook books!
As far as the ones I use on a consistent basis, Alissa's book is always out on the kitchen counter, and I pick and choose from the others. Detox Your World by Shazzie, Raw Food Made Easy by Jenny Cornbleet, and The Raw Food Detox Diet are probably the next 3 I use the most.
And The China Study is excellent!
05-05-2006, 10:39 AM
Wow, this is great! just goes to show how many books that are out there on raw food!!
I have another by Ann Wigmore, & The Green Power-Green Life juicer book as well. It looks to have some great ideas in there!!
05-05-2006, 10:45 AM
My humble collection thus far:
Alissa's book and DVD
Living in the Raw (not my favorite. Tired one recipe for a soup and it tasted like dirt...literally...not that I know what dirt tastes like or anything :o )
12 Steps to Raw (good book!)
Real Food, Raw World (I love the photos. Can't wait to try some)
Complete Book of Raw Food
Green for Life (just ordered so I don't have it yet)
It's small but growing.
05-05-2006, 11:21 AM
Ann Wigmore book
Renee O's book
The Sunfood Cuisine (Fred Patenaude)
Living on Live Food (alyssa) ***
Carol Alt's book (good to lend to cooked people)
Raw Food Real WOrld (yumy)
Art of Loving Foods (renee and jeremy)
Raw Gourmet (nomi shannon) ***
garden diet e-book ***
Raw (roxanne) (have never used this - recipes seem complicated)
i starred my favorites. i used to have juliano's raw - thought the recipes were delicious but complicated to make. beautiful book tho.
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