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Raw: The Uncook Book: New Vegetarian Food for Life (Anglais) Relié – 27 avril 1999
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Présentation de l'éditeur
"When you eat raw foods you feel great. I just wanted to share that."-- Juliano
Raw [adj]. 1. clean 2. pure 3. uncontrived 4. free 5. safe 6.uncontaminated
Raw [adj]. 1. uncooked. 2. in the natural state; not processed or manufactured
Cook [v]. 1. to prepare food. 2. Brit. Colloq. to tamper with; falsify.3. slang to ruin
Raw is the first major guide to preparing gourmet raw cuisine, an introduction to the finest dining this planet has to offer, with unique dishes made entirely from vegetarian and living foods.
Raw offers ultimate pure flavor, thousands of textures, and beautiful effects on body, mind, soul and the environment! This isn't 100 variations of salad, but an ultra-gourmet cuisine, which fuses ancient culinary techniques with a modern and practical lifestyle. From sun-baked pizzas, satisfying sandwiches, vegan sushi, the best burritos and sprouted-rice dishes, to sangria and shakes, cookies, pudding, and pies.
You're about to acquaint yourself with the vibrant flavors and miraculous nutrition of plant life in a way you never have before.
Biographie de l'auteur
Juliano moved to San Francisco when he was 24 and opened his first Raw restaurant, which was quickly hailed by the San Francisco Chronicle for serving the most "innovative cooking" in the culinary conscious town. This is his first UNcook Book.
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I regret this purchase.
One such recipe, Hummus a L'orange was gold. I've prepared raw sprouted hummus before and the taste was never very desireable, yet Juliano's version with the addition of cashews (which I subsituted for pistachios), miso, amongst other obscure ingredients and exotic spices has turned this ordinary dish into a festival for the tastebuds.
The falafel patties were more of a dissapoinment to me. Since this recipe also required sprouted chickpeas, I made it alongside the hummus recipe. The high percentage of salt called for in this recipe was overkill, leaving the main ingredients without a note of possibility in taste. Suggestion: if you must use salt, add at the end and a little bit at a time. Juliano's intentions for the high amounts of sodium chloride (present in both sea and table salt) is understandably to impress upon the palate of a cooked food eater.
Since many of the recipes within this book are multi-stepped, and some requiring other recipes within his book, they appear to be meant for company or pot luck type functions, rather than simple meals a raw eater could throw together to enjoy by his raw self. In other words, if you are a begninner in the kitchen, RAW will prove quite a challenge for you.
Yet many recipes DO seem easy to put together, like the soups, salads, and some of the drinks, and as long as you have all the ingredients or good substitutions on hand, you are good to go. Good-quality blenders and knives are a necessity for most of these.
There are many more complicated recipes that appear sublimely delicious which I do desire to try, and with some careful planning for several days of soaking and sprouting; and ensuring other recipes are prepared before-hand to be ready to add with the list of ingredients to the one I eventually DO prepare; and perhaps adding in the necessary dehydrating time involved - I am quite certain that I may win over the approval of many family and friends to the raw eating way of life. Timing may be everything so my suggestion to you is to whip out your calendars and make sure those soaking, sprouting, other recipe-making and dehydrating works with your own schedule.
Whether the recipes are actually accomplished by the reader, or the photos and recipes are merely visually enjoyed, any raw fooder would undoubtedly glean good ideas and insight from the wonderful work of RAW.