Eat Smart Eat RawBook - 2006
As the popularity of raw vegetarian cuisine continues to soar, so does the evidence that uncooked food is amazingly good for you. From lowering cholesterol to eliminating excess weight, the health benefits of this diet are too important to ignore. Now there is another reason to go raw—taste! In Eat Smart, Eat Raw, cook and health writer Kate Wood not only explains how to get started, but also provides kitchen-tested recipes guaranteed to delight the fussiest of eaters.
Eat Smart, Eat Raw begins by explaining the basics of cooking without heat. This is followed by twelve chapters offering 150 recipes for truly exceptional dishes, including hearty breakfasts, savory soups, satisfying entrées, and luscious desserts. There’s even a chapter on the “almost raw.” Whether you are an ardent vegetarian or just someone in search of a great meal, Eat Smart, Eat Raw may forever change the way you look at an oven.