|01-17-2009, 09:17 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
A couple of questions re: Raw Foodism
1. I understand that you have to eat a minimum of 80% raw food to be considered a raw foodist. Is there a minimum threshold where it is of benefit to you? What if you ate 67% raw food? 40%? 20%?
2. Since I want to try raw foodism, but don't want to make Steve's initial mistake of trying to just live off salads, I was wondering if anyone can recommend any online raw food meal plans (with recipes)?
|01-17-2009, 06:42 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2008
1. I don't know about the benefits depending on percentage, but I'm sure it would be better any percentage than nothing, right? I will tell you that it's much harder to go say, 60% raw than close to 100%, because probably you'll end up eating more like 10% raw, unless you're very disciplined.
2. The first time I did a raw trial, I too tried to make complicated concoctions. That didn't work for me. Now I joyfully eat mostly fruit as-is, some smoothies, and a salad. Sometimes I'll treat myself to something more complicated, but that's seldom, as I've learned to enjoy a simpler way of eating.
Still, here are some easy resources for recipes:
And some I personally recommend:
I don't have these yet, but apparently they're very good:
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