I am transitioning as well and don't have any major equiptment yet (except my little juicer)
I have never enjoyed a lot of kicthen prep stuff, infact, I'm 34years old and never learned how to "cook" anything as far as regular cooked food goes...I suppose I'm better off for it!
Point being, I like things simple. I do carrot/ apple juice in the morning or just eat a whole apple and then salads the rest of the day. Until I get a dehydrator & b/c I'm still transitioning, I do crumble some organic chips or tempeh into my salad sometimes for substance. I also put a large variety of veggies & nuts in my salad to make it more filling.
I have only made one raw recipe. I have been mono eating - simple raw. This has not been my choice - it is due to my physical challenges. I have achieved alot of healing and weight loss in the short time I have been doing this. I have read long-timers say that over the years the simple eating is what people stick with. I know that in order to entice others I will need to make recipes when I am well enough. Alissa's recipes are supposed to be really simple and quick. It does however, require obtaining the proper equipment for some of them. The recipes are overwhelming to me because I do not have the proper equipment and it is a big learning curve. (Like what is a mandolin?) This site makes it alot easier than any other I visited and plus the style of the forum as well as the people on here makes me wanna stay.