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"The Boutenkos have done it again. This excellent visual step-by-step guide makes raw food easy and approachable for anyone. A valuable kitchen resource."
—Ani Phyo, author of Ani’s Raw Food Desserts and host of Ani’s Raw Food Kitchen Show

"One of the most helpful resources one could ask for in raw food preparation, whether you are a beginner or skilled raw food chef."
—Alyssa Cohen, author of Living on Live Foods

"I love the delicious, creative food of the Boutenko Family. In fact, their journey into eating raw was a key inspiration for me to start my own company. . . . Raw Family Signature Dishes will be front and center in my library."
—Lara Merriken, founder of LÄRABAR

"Only someone with the vast teaching experience that Victoria has could understand so deeply what it is that people want and need in order to succeed at a raw food lifestyle. Absolutely brilliant."
—Nomi Shannon, author of The Raw Gourmet and Raw Food Celebrations

"Tried-and-true recipes that are delicious enough to eat week after week without having a lot of fancy equipment, expensive ingredients, or culinary expertise."
—Cherie Soria, Living Light Culinary Arts Institute

"Another cool book from the Boutenkos. Rawsome!"
—Chef Juliano, author of Raw: The Uncook Book and owner of Juliano’s Raw restaurant

“Have you ever made a recipe and found that it just didn’t turn out nearly as nice as the stunning color photo in the book? One thing that makes this uncook-book unique is its step-by-step guide with photos of each step in the process. With this book, no one can use the excuse that the learning curve for making raw is too hard…I have dozens of raw food recipe books, but this one is destined to become a classic—removing the mystique and fear of creating raw gourmet food once and for all!”
Basil & Spice

“A unique and different un-cook book than any I've received so far.”
Weekly Revvellations

“[Raw Family Signature Dishes is] an innovative recipe book that is perfect for raw food beginners.”
Raw Food Right Now

“[This book’s] simplicity is very comforting and almost like having an experienced friend in the kitchen with you.”
Eco Mama’s Guide to Living Green

“[Raw Family Signature Dishes] has a lot of pictures showing each step… making it fabulous for beginners and those of us who like to oogle over food photos!”
—Crunchy Bits

“I absolutely love this book! The pictures are awesome. I love the step by step instructions. This is a must have for someone just getting into the raw food diet!”
—Debra Garner, Vegan Family Style

“Any interested in the blossoming raw food revolution will find this primer, Raw Family Signature Dishes: A Step-by-Step Guide to Essential Live-Food Recipes, provides an outstanding selection of dishes.”
Midwest Book Review

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While the raw food diet is the fastest growing alternative approach to eating because of its health benefits, preparing raw food dishes is so new that many people don’t know where to start. With 500 color photos, this friendly, step-by-step guide gently walks readers through recipes to create amazingly delicious and nutritious meals. Victoria Boutenko and her family are known worldwide as the Raw Family, living on a raw diet and teaching classes since 1994. Throughout the years they have perfected scores of scrumptious recipes with the idea of not only spreading the gospel of the diet’s health benefits, but also making the raw foods lifestyle realistically possible and enjoyable.Mouth-watering rather than medicinal, simple rather than complicated, the recipes presented here include jams, scones, soup, crackers, nut milk, truffles, chocolate cake, mousse cake, and more. Complete, illustrated directions make it simple for both avid raw foodists and novice cooks alike to embrace the diet favored by Woody Harrelson, Demi Moore, Donna Karan, and other celebrities.


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  • Broché: 176 pages
  • Editeur : North Atlantic Books; Édition : 1 (21 juillet 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1556437978
  • ISBN-13: 978-1556437977
  • Dimensions du produit: 20,4 x 1,1 x 25,5 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Christelle le 6 octobre 2013
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Worth the price just for the bread recipe! User-friendly photos for each step! 19 août 2009
Par Susan Schenck - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is filled with recipes that the Boutenkos would present during their workshops. "Core recipes," they have been retested and refined over many years.
Have you ever made a recipe and found that it just didn't turn out nearly as nice as the stunning color photo in the book? One thing that makes this uncook book unique is its step -by-step guide with photos of each step in the process.

Arguably, even an illiterate or non English reader could prepare these recipes! It makes you feel almost as though you are at a raw food demo workshop. (Incidentally, this was done because of complaints from readers that their recipes didn't turn out as good as the Boutenkos'.)

Years ago I paid $15 for a recipe booklet with photos of each step for Igor's bread--and it was worth it for just that one recipe! Now you can get ALL their core recipes in a sturdy book for nearly the same price! These mouthwatering recipes are sure to become staples in your diet, demanded routinely by family members, regardless of whether you "go raw" or not. Healthy alternatives to chocolate cake, bread, chocolate truffles, etc! Guilt free desserts, such as scones like they serve at Starbuck's, but without the constipating, mind-fogging wheat! Some of the recipes are simple, some more complex, yet the photos make even the complex ones seem easy. We learn that raw jams have half the calories as their cooked counterparts, and the sensational mousse cake recipe has only 1/6 as many calories as the traditional one! Yet, no taste is compromised, and in fact, the raw stuff actually leaves the cooked way behind in flavor.

There is even a guide (complete with daily photos) on how to make sprouts. With this book, no one can use the excuse that the learning curve for making raw is too hard; indeed, Victoria may put many of us that give raw food workshops out of business!

Sprinkled throughout the book are some essays, including a list of the benefits of green smoothies, and a story about how Victoria's husband got involved in the food prep. The back of the book has a complete listing and description of the kitchen tools and where to get them, as well as how much to expect to pay.

I have dozens of raw food recipe books, but this one is destined to become a classic---removing the mystique and fear of creating raw gourmet food once and for all!

Susan Schenck, author of The Live Food Factor: The Comprehensive Guide to the Ultimate Diet for Body, Mind, Spirit & Planet
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Beyond Broccoli, Creating a Biologically Balanced Diet When a Vegetarian Diet Doesn't Work
68 internautes sur 72 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Best Little Raw Book Yet!!!! 4 octobre 2009
Par Wendy C. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
HOLLY WOW!!!!! This book is AWESOME!!!! Sure not many recipes but I have no less then 20 raw books on my shelves and I am OVERWHELMED with recipes. However I go on a roll and make a tonne and only 60% of them are awesome, the rest are yuk and that gets discouraging AND expensive! I agree, the extreme detail is wonderful even after doing this for 3+ years because I am SO tired of tweaking and crossing my fingers. I just want 'out of the box' great tasting stuff so to speak! LOL I have to say I have most of the raw food books of all the top authors, 1/2 dozen ebooks and all of the Boutenkos. I've hardly read half of them- I would get them and be so disappointed with the book layout or the recipes were too intense, called for stuff I hadn't heard of or didn't have or in one there are no pics at all- yuk! So many sit on my shelf unread. We are not 100% raw but we are trying. It's challenging with homeschooling, 2 little ones and a baby! LOL I do the best I can. ANYHOW...I haven't tried them all yet, but 3 recipes that were totally worth the price of this book were the Cranberry Scones (I used blueberries) , the Garden Live Burger MIx and Igors Live Flat Bread. I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE the idiot proof pictures. I guess I am a visual learner because I whipped alll of these up in the kitchen in record time (ok dh helped) AND for a change I had ALL of the ingredients. (SO many raw food books always call for ingredients I don't have on hand). TOTALLY worth noting is that not only did my steak loving husband enjoy all of these, my 5 yr old and 8 yr old are currently chowing down on Igor's flat bread with the garden burger mix in the middle- although they did add that it's a bit hot (too much onion!). 2 thumbs up from both of them. They will try all of my recipes but if they don't like them, they are not required to eat them. My son likes Alyssa's stuffed portabello mushrooms, but my daughter does not....my daughter likes Matt Amsdens cucumber salad but not my son- to have them both like this gets a 2 thumbs up from ME! lol Weird combination I know but I didn't have any other 'dip' so I went with what I had. I have found with many raw books like Amsden's- his book is one of my favorites BUT that most of his recipes all have namu shoyu- tonnes of garlic and lemon- wayyyy too much for my kids to handle and I have to make notes to adjust taste for next time. I've been experimenting for about 3+ yrs now with the raw recipes and all of these by far would be the closest to 'SAD' food (in taste!). I don't eat anything SAD but my friends would totally love these. I'm going back for more! I LOVE the layout of this book, the pictures are beyond superb- crystal clear etc. Even if I didn't know what I was doing these would be uber easy to follow for the first timer and yet.... the recipes are so incredibly superb- well no wonder they call them their signature dishes. Way to go...you all inspire us! Keep making books like this that have awesome pics and I don't have to adjust the recipes or cross my fingers that I didn't just waste all those ingredients, this is a perfect 'out of the box' perfected recipes book- I would buy another in a heartbeat!
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Celery fans will love this book 13 novembre 2009
Par lonebeaut - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I must admit that, although I've been vegan for almost ten years, the raw foods department of veganism is new to me. Up 'til a month or so ago I had never even heard of a dehydrator, and now I own one (not a pricey, noisy Excalibur, but a cheaper, quiet Good4U, which I like). I'm still holding out against getting a food processor but it looks like I'll bite the bullet, because if I'm going to continue this way of eating I'll need one.

As an intro to raw foods I bought two books: The Raw Food Revolution Diet (Cherie Soria et al.) and the Boutenkos' Raw Food Signature Dishes. To start out, I've been trying out recipes from the latter book for the past week, including the garden burger (delicious), chocolate truffles (tasty and chewy but not chocolaty enough), green smoothies almost daily (theirs and my various versions), Igor's flat bread and the peroshkis. The last two are loaded with celery, which I've never been a fan of, but I thought maybe the flavor would be masked among all the other ingredients. Unfortunately not. They both pretty much reek of celery, and it's the dominant flavor. But I know it's good for me and I don't want to waste food so I'll eat it, slowly. And the next time I'll substitute something I like, maybe zucchini, for the celery.

The ironic thing about raw foods is that they actually require more of a time commitment than cooked foods. You have to run around collecting all the ingredients you need from various markets; you have to soak the nuts and seeds to get rid of the phytates (and then dehydrate them before you can use them); sprouting takes six days or so; dehydrating can take up to 20 hours or more. And it can take quite a while and quite a mess to chop/process/blend/mix ingredients for, say, the peroshkis. Also, there's clearly a lot of pre-planning involved in this, and I wonder how many people have the patience for it. As a person who's spent most of her life not terribly interested in recipe books, this is a challenge. At any rate, my next Boutenko dish will be the cranberry scones, which contain no celery, thank god.

BTW, I do like all the photographs and the exhaustive explanations for preparing each dish. As a beginner, I find it comforting to have so much information, even though my dishes still don't turn out as photogenic as theirs. And all those flaxseeds tend to make you quite regular.
37 internautes sur 39 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great book for the person who is new to raw foods! 22 juillet 2009
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is unique among raw food books because of the amazing step-by-step photos and simple instructions. It makes a great addition to my library (currently over 40 books) and is the first one I will recommend to others exploring raw foods.
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Extremely Basic 13 mars 2010
Par applepear - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Buyers may want to know that the book has only 15 recipes which includes a recipe for for a three item green salad! Experienced cooks and those with even a limited knowledge of raw foods may be disapointed. That said, a few of the recipes could become important foundations for someone wanting to change their diet.
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