The Complete Book of Raw Food by Julie Rodwell is a comprehensive guide to the world of raw foodism. This book provides readers with a wealth of information on the raw food diet, including what it is, how it works, and how to prepare delicious and nutritious meals using only raw, unprocessed, and organic ingredients.
Content and Organization
The book is organize into two parts. The first part provides an introduction to raw foodism, including its history, principles, and health benefits. It also includes a guide to the tools and equipment need to prepare raw food dishes, as well as a list of ingredients that are commonly used in raw food recipes.
The second part of the book contains over 400 raw food recipes, including appetizers, entrees, salads, soups, smoothies, and desserts. The recipes are organize by category and include a variety of cuisines, including American, Asian, Mediterranean, and Mexican. Each recipe includes a list of ingredients, step-by-step instructions, and a full-color photograph of the finished dish.
Writing Style and Language
Julie Rodwell’s writing style is clear, concise, and easy to follow. She provides readers with a wealth of information about raw foodism, including its principles, health benefits, and practical considerations, in a way that is accessible and engaging. The language used is simple and straightforward, making it easy for readers of all levels to understand.
Photography and Design
The book is beautifully design, with full-color photographs of every recipe. The photographs are vibrant and eye-catching, and they do an excellent job of showcasing the dishes. The layout is clean and easy to read, with clear headings and subheadings that make it easy to find the information you need.
The recipes in The Complete Book of Raw Food are varied and delicious. There is a wide range of dishes to choose from, including savory entrees, hearty soups, and decadent desserts. The recipes are easy to follow, with clear instructions and a list of ingredients that are easy to find.
One of the standout recipes is the Super Broccoli Quiche by Shazzie. This recipe uses a blend of soak almonds and cashews to create a creamy filling that is flavor with fresh herbs and spices. The crust is made with a combination of ground almonds, flax seeds, and dates, giving it a sweet and nutty flavor that complements the filling perfectly.
Another standout recipe is the Chocolate Chia Cookie by Peggy Kenney. This recipe uses a combination of ground chia seeds, almond flour, and cacao powder to create a rich and decadent cookie that is perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth. The cookies are easy to make and are a great alternative to traditional baked goods.
Overall, The Complete Book of Raw Food by Julie Rodwell is an excellent resource for anyone interest in raw foodism. The book provides readers with a wealth of information about the raw food diet, including its history, principles, and health benefits. It also includes over 400 delicious and nutritious recipes that are easy to prepare and satisfying to eat. Whether you are a seasoned raw foodist or a curious beginner, this book is an excellent guide to the world of raw foodism. Highly recommended.