The benefits of raw food preparation for both health and fitness are explained with recipes that capitalize of the product's natural flavor or enhance it with spices, herbs, and oils. The authors offer suggestions for varying the dishes according to the season and your personal taste, as well as great wine matches for each dish.
The book's fresh and modern design comes alive with Grant Symon's flawless photographs of the 100 dishes for fruit, vegetables, fish, and meat that are as pleasing to the eye as they are to the tastebuds. From quick and easy recipes to more sophisticated preparations, this volume is an initiation in tastes both simple and refined. THe possibilities--and delights--of raw cuisine are countless.
Featured ingredients: tomato, mushroom, white truffle, arugula, purple basil, beef, mango, salmon. tuna, scallop, caviar, passion fruit, banana, foie gras, olive, crab, fig, Spanish ham, etc. Uncooked strips gastronomy down to its essentials to reveal the secret of tasty food in a cookbook that is as healthful as it is informative.