Self Help Book Parade: Raw Food Made Easy
Discovery: I’ve mentioned this girl plenty of times before, but let’s hear it one more time: Sabine Spaargaren of Some Like It Raw. My Go-To-Girl for anything nutrition. Friend & Vegan Goddess.
I’ve read her first e-book ‘Raw Chocolate Made Easy’, last year. That book contained some of the most epic recipes for sweet raw cacao treats; Sabine knows her stuff. So when she wrote her second book ‘Raw Food Made Easy’ I got it straight away. I’m experimenting with raw foods a lot; a high percentage of what I eat on a daily basis is raw*, so I wanted to learn more. Her e-book costs 14.99 and you can find it here!
Subjects: Everything is covered about Sabine’s experience with & knowledge of raw food. Her own transition into raw food, the benefits, FAQs. Important to mention is that she included the information from scientific research articles she has read regarding the different opinions on raw food: if & how it biochemically works. Don’t know how she did it, but she explained without making it too complicated for noobs as myself. I get a lot more about it now. So basically, it is 63 pages crammed with everything you might want to know about raw food. What’s not to love?
Kookiness (1-10): 1. This is just about a healthy lifestyle, albeit one that is fairly uncommon and may sound extreme to those who’ve never tried it or are unfamiliar with it. But what doesn’t make this book extreme or cooky is that Sabine stresses that it’s not about being radical and never eating cooked foods again. It’s about health, taking positive steps and your personal journey in that. Raw foods are good for you, it’s just up to you what you do with that.
You should read this book…
- If you want to know more about the raw food diet
- If you like the idea of a positive, relaxed writer explaining this to you.
- If you want simple and delicious recipes for raw foods
- If you like Sabine’s website. It’s basically just more of a good thing, but in E-book form!
*Bananas are raw food. Yum bananas.