Your Raw Food Diet Kitchen Appliances...

... and Equipment

So...

you filled your fridge with fresh fruits and vegetables...

you started your Raw Food Diet!

Congratulations!

To start a Raw food Diet You don't need all mentioned kitchen appliance...

It all depends on what you like... and where you're going...

One sure thing...

You'll never burn your food again!

For starters – make sure you have a good knife and a cutting board!

These are essentials!

You will re-discover the 'simple' tastes...

But... the time will come... and you will want your raw food experience to be more than carrots and celery sticks...

You will not need every kitchen appliance... but they do come in handy... so... play it by ear... don't run out and buy everything until you are sure you will use it!

Most likely you already have one or more of the appliances below.

High-speed blender

A strong high-speed blender is the first essential tool you will need. Because you will use your blender several times a day, investing in a high quality blender is a smart move… and will service your raw food diet cooking needs for many years to come. With a high-speed blender it is possible to prepare shakes, smoothies, soups, drink mixes, and sauces. You will also be able to prepare thick mixes which you will need for your dehydrator to make 'bread' for sandwiches and cake bottoms and various delicious crackers.

Food processor

With the volume of vegetable preparation that you will be doing, a good food processor will get the job done much faster. Many raw food recipes require chopped ingredients...

Food dehydrator

Once you start using this tool, you won't know how you managed without it. A dehydrator is basically a warm oven – not exceeding 47 degrees Celsius, which extracts moisture from prepared foods such as vegetables, fruits and thick mixes over a period of 12 to 24 hours. Dehydrated food can be kept for a long period of time and makes great snack foods. The raw food dehydrator is also used in preparing mixes for cakes and pies and is used as the bottom replacing dough mixes.

In warm climates you can build an outdoor dehydrator... basically stacked trays... covered with a light cloth to prevent insects and birds to nibble at your food...

Juicer

Making fresh fruit juice or vegetable juice mixes is best made with a high-quality juicer. This is a tasty way to get a plentiful intake of your fruits and veggies in one day. There are many inexpensive juicers on the market... they will do the job... Ceramic juicers are top choice... they squeeze the juice out of the vegetables and fruits so as to preserve the enzymes.

I wish... for wheat grass shots...


Sprouting tray

This is a three or four level plastic container with tiny holes for drainage at the bottom of each one. Experiment with the seeds... they can be purchased at the health food store and sprouted in these containers using only water. Within several days you will have plenty of fresh sprouts to toss into salads. They are truly the freshest and easiest way to get top-quality nourishment for your new found health.



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