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  1. Yahaira Yahaira says:

    when pancakes take 8 hours to make then this probably isn't the lifestyle for me when do you make them? especially when you have to flip them halfway anyway I like to play around with recipes but almost everything in this book reuires a dehydrator the recipes that don't sound uninspired or bland even the almond milk sounded off 12 cup of almonds with 5 cups of water? homemade almond milk is already pretty thin but with this recipe why bother? nothing else really jumped out at me that's how bored I was all I can tell you is that ani has a dog and that she likes to wear short shortsall the time

  2. Mary Beth Mary Beth says:

    Changing a diet is a tough thing to do; moving a diet towards raw foodsmacrobiotic fare while being a Mom to two finicky boys and a husband that prefers well cooked veg is really tough I got this book from my local library with hopes that it might give me some seeds of ideas for dishes that I can make and serve to my family with success No dice at least at this point in my life Certain raw dishes are obviously easy to make but I am the only one that will eat them in my family Other recipes look wonderful but appear to take time and space to make then what I currently have I think I will revisit the idea of using books like this when my boys are a bit older In the meantime I will continue to make smoothies and raw and roasted veg soups with my VitaMix and sneak in the macrobiotic grain based dishes as I can From a perspective of someone who basically decided NOT to cook from this book the recipes did look good My only disappointment was that the photos were mostly in black and white and did not translate as yummy in gray halftones There is a small section of beauty shots in color but I think if you are going to have photos in your cookbook they really all ought to be in color

  3. Kevin Polman Kevin Polman says:

    PAGE EIGHTY ONEhas a beautifully simple and healthy recipe for heirloom tomato salsa and there are hundreds like it ANI'S RAW FOOD ESSENTIALS is an excellent reference for both hardcore raw food proponents and well meaning vegans like me who appreciate a great variety of easy adaptable recipes I especially love the section on raw vegan cheeses in particular basic cheeze on page 103This book has useful resources and recipes to last a lifetime ANI'S RAW FOOD ESSENTIALS is well written and is worth the cost to have a permanent copy in your homeA key to living well is consistency and daily practice not extremes Extremes cause stress mentally emotionally physically and spiritually Consistency on the other hand practiced repeatedly over time becomes a great habitThis review was written by Kevin Polman author of SEVEN LAYER CAKE SOMETHING and THE EXTRA KEY

  4. DD DD says:

    No way I could do thisThis is probably a really good book if you're committed to a raw food lifestyle There were some interesting recipes that are doable without a dehydrator which ostensibly is an essential tool for a raw foodie This book enlightened me to the fact that I could not follow this path I also don't like the author's almost exclusive use of agave as a sweetener in a lot of these foods From what I've read elsewhere agave raises insulin response and isn't the best sweetener choice

  5. Whitney Pittsenbarger Whitney Pittsenbarger says:

    I love all of Ani's books This one feel sthe most complete though I can make these recipes for my carnivores and they love them

  6. Kat Kat says:

    I would not recommend this book for someone trying to transition to a raw food diet I have read other raw food books that actually had information on why raw foods are good for you This book was like a crash course in the basics to raw food with a bunch of recipes that are not basic Seeing as how I do not own a blender food processor or dehydrator i can not make half the recipes she listed This was basically a recipe book If you can't afford raw foods herbs nuts seeds and other random korean ingredients she uses then this book will not be helpful and if you are like me and don't own a fancy dehydrator or high speed blender then you are SOL because after all she lists the tools you will need in the beginning of the book as essentials I am still searching for a raw food book that provides recipes that doesnt reuire cooking or dehydrating everything that sounds half way appetizing

  7. Deb Deb says:

    Eat to thriveEssential for the raw food un cookbook collection Ani's Raw Food Essentials provides the basics and beyond of raw food techniues For those who are already a fan of Ani you'll get yet another dose of her delicious down to earth and do able approach to raw cuisine And for those who are raw newbies this book is a wonderful guide and source of inspiration Be prepared to be impressedAs other reviewers have noted you'll need the basic raw food artillery of a food processor blender and dehydrator to be able to enjoy many of the recipes in the book But once you have these tools and and the time and motivation there's no end to the raw joy this book allows you to createOnce again the goddess of raw food contributes a masterpiece for living and thriving with the raw food lifestyle

  8. Amorette Frances Amorette Frances says:

    My go to book and essential for anyone interested in taking up a raw diet

  9. Lily Lily says:

    I was expecting of a philosophical explanation for raw foods and some scientific data to back up this diet's case Instead Ani just gave a cursory introduction to her own personal lifestyle listed essential ingredients and cookware for a raw food diet and launched into a series of uninspiring recipes I was interested in her kale chip recipe because she shows how to make kale chips in a regular oven other recipes I've scanned all reuire a dehydrator but for the most part her recipes reuired a dehydrator or other special tools that I don't have on hand I am still curious about raw food and might try to read some other books on it but I wouldn't recommend this book as a good start

  10. Kym Kym says:

    Although I'm not a raw foodist I do believe that incorporating raw foods in our diet increases the variety and health of our diet Ani provides raw versions of familiar food pizza smoothies noodles even pad thai She uses the dehydrator a lot The dehydrator is like an oven in a raw kitchen Those who don't have a dehydrator can always use their oven but the food won't really be considered raw She explains how to do this Her resources page is complete I have seen most of the ingredients in our local health food store so no problem there There are not many colored pictures but the recipes suffice A good place to explore raw foods

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Anis Raw Food Essentials Chef Ani Phyo is back with Ani’s Raw Food Essentials full of everything you need to know to master the art of live food Phyo shows you how to whip up simple fresh recipes using what you’ve already got in your kitchen while also offering tips on dehyrating and sophisticated techniues Looking for innovative meals that are healthy and delicious Phyo offers everything from classic comfort foods like nachos and burgers to Reuben sandwiches and bacon along with gourmet dishes like risotto angel hair pasta and her “you won’t believe they’re raw” desserts Ani’s Raw Food Essentials once again proves that you don’t have to sacrifice taste to reap the benefits of raw foods all while living a greener lifestyle Recipes include Broccoli and Cheeze uiche Kalamata Olive Crostini Cashew “Tofu” in Miso Broth Grilled Cheeze and Tomato Sandwiches Cheeze Enchilada with Ranchero and Mole Sauce Pad Thai Pesto Pizza and many