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This is the ultimate gourmet, living foods "uncookbook" for busy people. You don't have to sacrifice taste or style to reap the benefits of raw foods. These delectable, easy recipes emphasize fresh, animal-free ingredients and how to include more organics into your daily diet. Chef Ani offers delicious raw, animal-free versions of: breakfast scrambles, pancakes, chowders, bisques, and other soups, cheezes, mylks, lasagna, burgers, cobblers, pies, and cakes, and more. Included are recipes for dishes such as Stuffed Anaheim Chili with Mole Sauce, Ginger Almond Nori Roll, Coconut Kreme Pie with Carob Fudge on Brownie Crust, Mediterranean Dolmas, and Chicken-Friendly Spanish Scramble. Make your own kitchen more living-foods friendly with Chef Ani's tips on Essential tools, Key ingredients, Stocking your pantry, and How-to kitchen skills.



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  • Broché: 272 pages
  • Editeur : Marlowe & Co; Édition : Original (16 avril 2007)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1600940005
  • ISBN-13: 978-1600940002
  • Dimensions du produit: 1,3 x 17,8 x 23,5 cm
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par M. Mathot le 9 mars 2010
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Tout un manifeste : en plus de recettes crues faciles à réaliser, l'auteur nous donne beaucoup d'informations pour nous aider à avoir une démarche plus complète : lorsque l'on veut manger naturellement, il convient de prendre soin de son corps de la même façon. Ani Phyo présente des ingrédients simples, de nombreux légumes, épices et saveurs, tout en donnant des astuces écologiques de valeur : choisir de la nourriture locale, préférer les fermiers bio locaux et les coopératives aux grandes surfaces qui n'ont pas toujours tant de variété et de qualité ; faire attention aux packagings des produits que l'on achète etc.
Une belle démarche bien complète avec d'excellentes recettes. Je m'intéresse à la cuisine crue, que j'utilise occasionnellement, l'auteure d'ailleurs conseille de prendre ce qui intéresse dans cette cuisine, sans faire de zèle ni être puriste.
Pas besoin de refaire votre cuisine ni d'acheter un déshydrateur pour faire les recettes, Ani a tout gardé le plus simple possible pour rendre le livre abordable par tous.
Mise en page aérée, photos (de l'auteur, certes, mais un peu de couleur !), conseils, pictogrammes pour indiquer le matériel nécessaire... bref, livre bien complet. Juste dommage pour la reliure qui n'est pas hyper solide. J'ai commencé à utiliser le livre pour cuisiner et certains feuillets sont déjà en train de se détacher !
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Raw made easy 19 février 2008
Par Deb Nam-Krane - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've been a vegetarian since I was sixteen. In the late eighties, that was rough- even more difficult than being a vegan now. In the last year, I made the transition to vegan, but thanks to the work of innovative cooks like Isa Chandra Moskowitz, that just isn't hard anymore. The next challenge? Going raw- very difficult because apparently you need a Vita-Mix, a dehydrator (I don't think I've ever even seen one of those), a food processor, a grinder, and a bunch of other esoteric equipment I've never even heard of- right?

Ani Phyo earned four stars right off the bat by making almost every one of her recipes doable with a blender or, in many cases, a knife. There are maybe three recipes that absolutely require a dehydrator- and even that can be gotten around. For this reason alone, if you've been thinking about raw but you've been intimidated by all of the required equipment, check this out.

The recipes that I've tried- and I've gone a little crazy in the last few days- have been not only simple but really, really good. So far I have made her Miso Soup, Almond Yogurt, Black Pepper Cheeze, Nori Rolls, Coco Kream Pie (oh wow- so good), a bunch of her shakes and my version of her Sunflower Bread (hmm- how did I do that without a dehydrator?). Almost all of this has been accomplished with a blender, and I don't even own the legendary Vita-Mix. In other words, the majority of households can do this.

Every chapter opens with her thoughts and recommendations on environmentalism. I liked most of her suggestions, but I was a little put off by her statements that hers was not a "bargain body" and that she is thus willing to pay more for her premium produce. I applaud her- I even envy her and others like her- but I am disappointed that she doesn't touch on the readers who can't afford organic produce for the most part and live in areas with lousy public transportation systems and recycling. I shudder any time I read something that makes it seem as if health is only for the wealthy.

However, she didn't lose a star for that because her tone, as strident as it may have been at times, inspired me to find a work around for my dehydrator- and I did. Ever make yogurt using a heating pad? If you have a small enough pan- think one that fits into a toaster oven- and some tin foil- congratulation, you have the guts of a make your own dehydrator. I'm still tweaking mine, but I was very inspired by the results with my Sunflower Bread.

This is a soup to nuts guide to going raw, and it won't require you to reoutfit your kitchen. It may, however, inspire you to rethink your approach to food.
131 internautes sur 139 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A beautiful Raw foods book! 3 mai 2007
Par Val - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This truly is a beautiful raw foods book - in more ways than one. It's beautiful to look at, it's colorful, has lots of beautiful pictures of Ani and her friends, and most importantly - contains some amazing raw foods recipes. Every page is filled with Ani's little tidbits, useful information, and her thoughts and beliefs on doing all we can to make this world a better place to live in. I tried 4 of Ani's recipes, and all I can say is that if the rest of the recipes are anything like the ones I tried, then it's money well spent.

So why did I give it only 4 stars ?? Well, for starters, Ani repeats a lot of stuff in her book. Here are some examples : Reasons to shop at farmers markets, to eat organically, not to put something into your body just because the item is cheap or free, etc etc. Ani says these same things in several different chapters. She probably just wanted to get the message across loud & clear.

Don't get me wrong, I still think this book is a GREAT BUY, and I would recommend it to anyone interested in raw foods, or in eating healthfully. I would also recommend it to anyone interested in "treading lightly" on our planet. If you can only read one book, and want to get information on "living green", eating organically, healthfully, learning about raw foods and enjoying your meals, then buy this book!

One more comment: I thought that it was strange that Ani's book was not printed on recycled paper (I looked 3 times to find some information on that in the book, but couldn't find it anywhere). Consdering all the information she's provided on living as responsibly as possible, I was disappointed to think that she didn't insist that the book be printed on recycled paper, or at least to state somewhere that it's printed on recycled paper - if it is.
31 internautes sur 32 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
"Lifestyle by Ani": A Midwestern Perspective 23 août 2010
Par Gwen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Allow me to get my biases out of the way: I'm not vegan, or 100% raw. I'm a vegetarian living in the Midwest without air conditioning. My goal with raw foods is to use lots of fresh local produce without needing to turn on my oven in summer! I want to go beyond salad, but don't want to spend all day in my kitchen. I purchased this book because I enjoyed Ani's Raw Food Desserts.

I didn't enjoy this book as much. The recipes I've tried were tasty, but most of them require specialty ingredients that are expensive and/or are not available at my local co-op, or don't come in amounts I can use before they spoil. A single recipe may also require several "base ingredients" that are themselves other time-intensive recipes, which require still more specialty ingredients. I got a little lost in the cross-referencing, and a little miffed when base ingredients that I'd mixed up went bad before I could finish them. I really wish the recipes made better use of more common ingredients that are grown and readily available throughout the United States.

This book could have been more accurately titled, "Lifestyle by Ani." It's full of great pictures...of Ani. What space remains is split between recipes and scattered bits of Ani's lifestyle manifesto. This confused me: I purchased a book on preparing raw foods, after all...Is she preaching to the converted, or actually *trying* to lose me by going off-topic? She could have condensed and confined this to the intro. Better yet, put it in a foreword, and have it penned by a more authoritative scientific/health expert.

If, in fact, this book was geared toward the "raw food curious" and beginners, which might excuse the manifesto, the author would have been wise to stick to simpler recipes with simpler ingredients and spend the photo space showing us how it's done.
138 internautes sur 159 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
blech ! 8 novembre 2007
Par J. Throop - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
i really wanted to like this book. it's got a cute concept, the author seems great, and there seemed to be a good number of recipes within. however, after trying several of them, i have to give the book a big thumbs down. i made one of the breakfast "scrambles", and it was a rather unpleasant texture as it was simply pulverized seeds, with seasonings. i also made a recipe she raved as being so yummy, one of her favorites, a faux mashed potato. what was it ? pureed broccoli with a few seasonings. maybe you have to be in a certain mindframe to get something out of the food offered in this book. the final recipe i tried was the baja nacho cheese. this is by far the worst raw food item i have made thus far. it was pulverized brazil nuts, water and a few spices. how in the world is that even comparable to cheese ? i understand it's raw, but i have tried other raw cheeses, and they were much, much better. this one was gritty and flavorless.
i own four other raw cookbooks, and this one is my least favorite, and i will probably never use it. i really believe that vegetarian/vegan/raw food can still be delicious, gourmet, enticing, etc to the palate. i've made many raw recipes, and they rival the most high end fare you can find. when i have people over for dinner, i want them to be amazed and delighted that they are eating healthy food that's also delicious. i'm afraid with ani's selections, they would either laugh or be spitting it out in their napkins.
18 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Awesome easy uncook book that doesn't require a dehydrator for most of its recipes. 13 mars 2008
Par K. Coveney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have been borrowing raw books from the library in attempt to come across a uncook book that didn't leave me feeling like preparing raw food is just too hard. Don't get me wrong, I love to cook, and make the vast majority of my meals from scratch (rather than adding pre-prepared jar/canned/frozen ingredients), but so many of the raw books out there require you to soak for 12 hours, germinate for 4, marinade for 2, then dehydrate for 12-20 hours (I've actually got some burgers dehydrating at the moment that I started making 2 days ago). Ani's recipes taste fantastic and aren't heavy with coconut/avocado/olive/nut oils like many raw meals.

What make's Ani's book great is that most of her recipes can be made within 30mins-1 hour, only a handful require a dehydrator, and every recipe I've tried so far works. This is the first of all the books I have borrowed that I have actually bought.
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