Raw-Riffic Food's Raw Food Basics
Publisher : Deborah C. Marsh
Description

Raw-Riffic Food’s Raw Food Basics is a valuable resource for those individuals interested in transforming their life through the power of eating a diet high in raw and living foods. This 310 page book includes practically every basic component needed to help transition to this healthy way of eating and living. In addition to the valuable information and resources, the book also features over 250 raw food recipes that are delicious, and nutritious! Raw Food Basics is the perfect healthy eating reference book that will be used time-and-time again.

Currently available as e-Book.

Soon to be released in print (March 2010)



The Story Behind This Book
I became a raw foodist in 2007, because I was sick and tired of feeling "sick and tired". Everything I had tried up until then was not working, making me feel sicker, and costing me more money, time, and quality of life. Deciding to change the way I ate to a high raw and living food diet was the best choice I ever made when it came to my health. From there I started blogging about my journey and how eating this way has helped me in so many ways. After publishing my first book in 2008-09, Raw-Riffic Food's 101 Super-Charged Juices, Shakes & Smoothies, many of my readers had asked if I would produce a book that explained more about the basics of this diet and lifestyle, and include recipes that they could transition with. I thought that this was the perfect opportunity to truly capture all that I had learned so far, and to include most of the recipes that I have enjoyed during my journey. Raw-Riffic Food's Raw Food Basics is a perfect reference book with over 250 recipes to help anyone interested in learning and experiencing the raw food diet for themselves.




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