Raw: The Uncook Book : New Vegetarian Food for Life

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-12-15
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publications
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"When you eat raw foods you feel great. I just wanted to share that." -- JulianoRaw [adj]. 1. clean 2. pure 3. uncontrived 4. free 5. safe 6.uncontaminatedRaw [adj]. 1. uncooked. 2. in the natural state; not processed or manufacturedCook [v]. 1. to prepare food. 2. Brit. Colloq. to tamper with; falsify. 3. slang to ruinWhat is Raw? UNcooked UNadulterated UNbelievably Delicious Living FoodRaw is the first major guide to preparing gourmet raw cuisine, an introduction to the finest dining this planet has to offer, with unique dishes made entirely from vegetarian and living foods.Raw offers ultimate pure flavor, thousands of textures, and beautiful effects on body, mind, soul and the environment! This isn't 100 variations of salad, but an ultra-gourmet cuisine, which fuses ancient culinary techniques with a modern and practical lifestyle. From sun-baked pizzas, satisfying sandwiches, vegan sushi, the best burritos and sprouted-rice dishes, to sangria and shakes, cookies, pudding, and pies.You're about to acquaint yourself with the vibrant flavors and miraculous nutrition of plant life in a way you never have before.

Author Biography

Juliano moved to San Francisco when he was 24 and opened his first Raw restaurant, which was quickly hailed by the San Francisco Chronicle for serving the most "innovative cooking" in the culinary conscious town. This is his first UNcook Book. Erika Lenkert is a regular contributing writer to Los Angeles magazine where she has a monthly restaurant column and has also contributed to Bon Appetit, Travel and Leisure, and InStyle magazines.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. V
What Is Raw?p. VIII
Why Raw?p. X
Dinner at My Housep. XI
Learning to Un-cookp. 1
Soupsp. 14
Saladsp. 36
Breadsp. 50
Snacks, Appetizers and Side Dishesp. 66
Suship. 104
Pizzap. 120
Main Coursesp. 132
Dessertsp. 160
Drinks and Smoothiesp. 186
Dressings, Sauces, Marinades and Condimentsp. 210
The Raw Dairyp. 246
Glossaryp. 266
Indexp. 272
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