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Live Raw: Raw Food Recipes for Good Health and Timeless Beauty par [Kirk, Mimi]
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Everyone knows that eating well makes you feel good, but Mimi Kirk is living proof that eating well—ideally raw vegan food—can make you look amazing. She’s routinely taken to be at least twenty years younger than her age. Live Raw offers 120 recipes sprinkled with must-have advice, including such topics as:

     • Detoxifying—So Gravity Won’t Get You Down: A detoxifying program to rid your body of dangerous toxins—drop weight in the process and experience an abundance of energy.
     • What You Need to Eat Every Day, and Why: An easy-to-read chart of the foods your body needs daily, what vitamins they contain, and what part of the body they compliment and nourish.
     • Delicious Raw Food Recipes That Won’t Scare Off Non- Vegetarians: Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms with Basil Pesto, Pomodoro Lasagna, Lemony Cheesecake, and more.

Learn how to feel better and look better with Mimi Kirk in this engaging, one-of-a-kind guide.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 5261 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 241 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1616082747
  • Editeur : Skyhorse Publishing; Édition : 1 (22 juin 2011)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.3 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
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Une femme fabuleuse, généreuse et chaleureuse. Et des recettes vraiment sympa., dont il est parfois un peu compliqué cependant de trouver les ingrédients en France. Certains n'y sont simplement pas commercialisés. C'est ce seul point qui explique que je n'ai pas côté le livre à 5 étoiles.
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Il s'agit d'un livre de recettes en alimentation crue en anglais. Le livre est très bien présenté, je le trouve complet. Les recettes sont faciles. Il faut simplement maitriser l'anglais.
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Un livre synthétique qui présente parfaitement la crusine. Des recettes a tester. De jolies photographies. Un livre pour débutants ou confirmés.
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HASH(0x8ed25f48) étoiles sur 5 Delicious recipes! 22 juin 2011
Par Margaret Mitchell - Publié sur
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Just received the book and loving it. The recipes are delicious and easy. The downside about many raw recipes is that they have too many ingredients or are super laborious, but that is not the case with these recipes. After a trip to the market for produce, then ingredients like aminos, tahini, tamari and a few herbs, you're set to make a myriad of raw meals. Mimi also reviews tools essential for a raw kitchen (dehydrator, blender, spiralizer, etc.) so the book is great for people new to the raw path. Highly recommend!
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HASH(0x8ed281b0) étoiles sur 5 Goregous book by a GORGEOUS lady!!!! 22 juin 2011
Par Ellen M. Morrison - Publié sur
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Really. I want to be like Mimi Kirk when I grow up! She's 72 and looks like she might be pushing 40. She has the bubbly personality of a teenager and a boyfriend 20 years her junior. This amazing woman shares her diet secrets and life experience with warmth and humor in this fabulous new book. The recipes are surprisingly simple and absolutely delicious. Truly a must read for all the 30 and 40 somethings out there who refuse to grow old gracefully. Mimi provides her method for looking and feeling terrific at any age. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!
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HASH(0x8ed283f0) étoiles sur 5 Changing from a SAD diet to vegetarian and thankful for Live Raw. 23 août 2011
Par Lisa J H - Publié sur
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I ate a very processed classic meat, bread and potatoes diet growing up and got the majority of my vegetables from cans. Therefore, I found it hard to change to a healthier and what seemed to be less convenient diet lifestyle. Then I got a wake up call from a cancer diagnosis. It is my understanding that 80% of what causes a lot of forms of cancer is your environment. That would include what you eat and drink as well as many other factors. That empowers me and I feel very blessed that there are people like Mimi willing to share recipes to help people wanting to make the changes that will empower us to live a healthier life. As a result of my health situation I have a lot of books on eating better, but only two others that that I enjoy as much as Live Raw. The hardest things to give up, for me at least, are cheese, snacks and sweet treats. Mimi does a great job of presenting recipes for replacements for the things that are hardest for me to give up. I never intended to go completely raw, or vegan for that matter, but with Mimi's help I feel like I may be very close to making the change to a mostly raw diet. Please note that she does go on a rant about why she doesn't eat meat, but even though I may never give up eating meat completely I took the information as a learning experience and not a preaching experience. I don't think she means it to make you conform to her way, but wants to be sure to give the most complete information on why she believes eating raw is healthier. After all the research I have done on eating healthy I feel like her information is good and in keeping with other information out there. I have tried several of the recipes and love them. The only thing I find challenging about the book is that the index isn't really cross referenced, so if you want to look up cookies you have to know what she calls the cookies to find them in the index, though it is sectioned quite nicely so simply going to the Sweets section will get you to cookies fairly quickly. I highly recommend this book if you are interested in eating and living healthier.
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HASH(0x8ed28750) étoiles sur 5 Not the best beginner's book 19 avril 2012
Par velizhanna - Publié sur
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The author is inspiring, but the book itself is just "meh".
It's very pretty with lots of pictures and high quality paper, but that's about it for the "pros". As for the "cons":

1) A lot of typos and errors. Lately, I've been encountering this a lot with books, and it's unbelievably irritating! I could understand a couple of typos (although, in a published book, there shouldn't be any), but this book had more than a couple. How hard is it to get a couple of people to carefully read your book before you start selling it? One example, that is fresh in my head - one of the recipes says "1 corn kernel". I'm assuming it's 1 cup, but who knows?
It seems like some recipes that she meant to include have been omitted. There's a section with suggestions for filling ingredients for sushi that mentions some recipes that are nowhere in the book. Either they've been erroneously omitted, or why would you mention a recipe and then not include it in the book? Very frustrating!

2) The book calls for a lot of uncommon ingredients. There are similar recipes in other cookbooks (or online) without these, so apparently they're not even necessary in most cases.
Firstly, I think that discourages beginners from trying these recipes.
Secondly, it may not be a problem for those who are lucky to live close to a specialty store, but most people have to order them online. These ingredients are expensive (especially when you add in the shipping), and seeing how even the basic raw diet is pretty expensive, I haven't tried as many recipes from this book as I would've liked to, because of the cost of the ingredients.

3) Some recipes I've tried from this book are just not good. (And I've never been a picky eater.)

So to sum up, if you're just starting on a raw diet, get something else (see below for my recommendation). If you're not a beginner, you won't find anything new in this book.

At the risk of it sounding like a plug, I'd recommend "Going Raw" by Judita Wignall for people starting on a raw diet. I promise, I'm in no way affiliated with this book, I just really REALLY love it! Every recipe I've tried from that book was absolutely delicious!
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HASH(0x8ed28504) étoiles sur 5 love this book! 16 janvier 2012
Par havilland - Publié sur
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i bought this after seeing a review on my favorite blog, Raw on $10 a Day or Less. most raw cookbooks are too "complicated" for me. i am a beginner and i find the raw lifestyle a very worthwhile endeavor, but most authors forget to talk to newbies and people who are just starting out. Mimi's approach is simple and described in plain English. her recipes range from "easy-ready right away" to "complicated-requires lots of equipment and time". i like that i feel i can grow with this book as i become more raw familiar. i have had a dehydrator for years that i never opened. her book gave me the courage to try one of the more simple recipes. i strongly encourage readers that have a dehydrator to try the blueberry pancakes...yum! anyway, the book is not preachy, though she has opinions about meat. as a meat eater, i was not offended by her brief sermon about eating meat. the book is also not too technical, which i find alot of raw books to be. i think it is a good place for beginners and the recipes are great no matter what stage you are at in your journey. the only MINOR negatives i note are the following: i wish the index were more comprehensive - listed by ingredients and recipe type and recipe name. also, i would love it if she gave options for the recipes that require a large, expensive dehydrator, for those of us who have not made that investment yet. one last thing, a nice addition to future volumes would be a weekly or daily guide for beginners - a day in the life where meals for each day are listed and a shopping list for some suggested grocery trips. i find it hard to plan meals at this stage of my game. on my 100% raw days, i am always starving! i would like to learn to get past that by planning better. (FYI- my background, i am not 100% raw or vegan. i eat fish and meats. i feed a family (including a toddler) that is vegan "supportive", but that eats meat and cooked foods daily. my point, i have picky eaters that enjoy the recipes in this book as well.)
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