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The recipe book starts with basic breakfast, lunch, and supper meals. We next go on an excursion into some of the more difficult elements of eating raw, focusing on the dessert and dressing portions of meal preparation.
In general, following a raw food diet entails avoiding preparing or heating food to temperatures higher than 118 degrees Fahrenheit (47 C).
Keeping food below 118 degrees (or colder) helps to retain the meal's integrity. It is widely understood among the raw food world that eating foods in their most natural condition provides the best nutritional value to our bodies.