Eat More Raw Too tackles both food growing and what you eat, which makes it unique - it also provides you with an understanding of the natural basis of health creation and practical tools to design a naturally health creating lifestyle.
Eat More Raw Too gives you a ton of practical information on how to eat more raw and how to go about growing more of your own top quality food. It is not saying raw food is the answer on its own, or that you need to eat 100% raw, and it’s not giving you a lot of glossy photos for raw recipes that you are not going to use on a day to day basis! It is saying eating more raw is an important part of an answer, alongside permaculture and other positive actions. It does give you a host of practical and delicious day-to-day recipes and handy hints on raw food eating and preparation to help you easily bring more raw into your life. It is enjoyable, informative and inspiring.
Here’s what a few people have said about Eat More Raw Too:
Finally a book bringing all aspects of health into one. This makes the question of “what is the right diet” easy… it is one that is ethical i.e. causes no harm, supports life on the planet and gives us optimum health. The finer details of whether it is vegan, completely raw or partially so, to be worked out on an individual basis. This book explains that ‘the right diet’, planetary health, and optimum human health are inseparable. Are you an ethical eater?Siobhan Shinnors, Yoga Teacher (20years), Nutritionist and Iridologist - Annam Yoga.
Thanks so much for the info and recipes. I've really enjoyed reading it – it’s easy to read, and much more practical, simple and down to earth than other raw recipe books I've come across... I love the breakfasts – it’s delicious, and easy. I'm going to try some of the dressings and sauces next … This whole raw thing is such an eye-opener to me.... it’s so simple, and makes you feel so good.Gabrielle Parker, clothes designer
I find your book very informative, nice, and horrifying at the same time! 3rd cause of death in USA medical mistakes? Wowwwww … Now I am in the more positive part as you put it (although I found the other part enjoyable never the less) and one of the paragraphs that you wrote has meant so much to me ... “So at what point does the oxygen in the air we breathe become part of us? ... we shape each other. Where is the division then, if one is part of the other and the other part of one? Is nature outside or in?”