View Full Version : Book recommendations, please.
I have a 25.00 gift card to spend with Amazon and I'd like to add some more raw books to what I have. These are the ones I have.
Alissa's, of course.
Living Cuisine by Underkofler
Raw in 10
Raw Foods for Busy People.
12 Steps to Raw Foods.
Can you guys give me some suggestions for what I can blow my 25.00 on?
I'm open to all suggestion, cookbooks or otherwise. There is one cookbook I saw that I was thinking of getting.
Raw: The Un Cookbook by Brotman.
I was also thinking of anything by the Boutenkos. I have her 12 Steps to Raw and it is a pretty good book. Her recipes are pretty easy.
06-26-2005, 10:06 AM
RAW by Charlie Trotter
the book is fabulous, super beautiful pics, lots of gourmet recipes, just superb This is wonderful if you love a beautiful book with lots of pics and fantastic gourmet recipes
Hooked on Raw by Rhio
really good recipes, absolutely a wealth of information, only a few pics, but greap recipes
Raw by Juliano
Great pictures, wonderful information, however many of the recipes take massive amounts of different ingredients, and it was one of my first raw books, so I didn't know enough about raw to know which ones I had to keep in and which ones I could leave out, so I only made a few of the recipes, but it is a truly beautiful book.
And -- of course -- any of mine
I have 15 books of Raw and Living foods uncook books, you can view them here
www.rawpriestess.com, and click on the link to the Enchanted Castle website
06-26-2005, 10:07 AM
One of the first and best books I've gotten is:
Raw Gourmet by Nomi Shannon
Thanks for all the suggestions!!!
06-26-2005, 02:07 PM
I really enjoy Rainbow Green Live food Cuisine - Gabriel Cousens on top of the other ones mentioned. hmmm some of the recipes i would cut out a bit of sea salt though!
06-26-2005, 02:22 PM
I really enjoy a little book called, "The Raw Primer," by Chef Suzanne Alex Ferrara. It has really simple recipes that turn out yummy. Her artwork is also beautiful. I borrowed it from the library, and loved it so much, I bought my own from Amazon.
06-26-2005, 04:58 PM
I forget how much it costs, but I really like "The Complete Book of Raw" because it is a compilation of recipes from various raw chefs/authors from various books (and some NOT from books)!
06-26-2005, 06:57 PM
Ditto to Rawkinlocs suggestion. Lots of good recipes and tips. I love the Thai Coconut soup recipe!
06-26-2005, 09:13 PM
I've only had this a short time, so forgot about it when I was posting earlier.
"The Complete Book of Raw Food"
Healthy, Delicious Vegetarian Cuisine Made with Living Foods,
by Lori Baird, Editor, Julie Rodwell, Contributing Editor
by Hatherleigh Press
Cost $25.00 how perfect is that?
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