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Rawmazing Transitional Foods

If you are interested in introducing more healthy, nutrient rich raw foods into your diet, but are not ready to go 100% raw, these recipes are the perfect choice. Made with all super nutritious ingredients, nothing processed, these recipes are beyond delicious. 

Enjoy delicious meals like wild rice pancakes, black beans with pineapple mango avocado salsa, and my favorite, millet veggie burgers. You can have delicious food that is super healthy.

For more information click here: Rawmazing Transitional Foods 

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Rawmazing Holidays

This colorful raw food recipe e-book is filled with all unpublished, signature recipes. Tasty, beautiful and easy to make! A Ramazing collection especially made for your holiday table. Choose from 15 different dishes, appetizers to dessert. All with a full color photograph and easy to follow directions.

For more information and pictures, click here: Rawmazing Holidays 

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Rawmazing Frozen Desserts

Not just for summer! Everything in this book can be made with a blender or food processor! You will find over 25 recipes including elegant tortes and bars that are super simple to throw together, granitas with new and exciting flavor combinations, ice pops (or popsicles) that every child and adult will love and shaved ice drinks made with healthy fruit purée and other fun ingredients. 


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Gayle Land March 15, 2012 at 10:07 pm

You do a great job of creating delicious recipes and they are so beautiful. I am just getting started, so have only tried a few (mainly desserts)–Hazelnut chocolate mousse being one of them–YUM! Do I need to have a dehydrator to get started with the Rawmazing Transitional Recipes? Thank you!


Susan March 15, 2012 at 10:16 pm

No…there aren’t any recipes in there that require a dehydrator. Cheers!


cati April 8, 2012 at 4:23 pm

Bought the Rawmazing Transitional Foods and WE LOVE IT thanks from Portugal


Januarytraci August 13, 2012 at 9:49 pm

Are these Rawmazing books available on Kindle?


Kirsten September 2, 2012 at 9:59 am

Have you considered making print versions of all the books available through a self-publisher like lulu.com? I am pretty sure they have no print minimum and do a print on demand system. I am becoming very interested in raw food and from everything I have seen, you have by far the best recipes out of any of the raw foodists out there. I am going to have my husband buy me hard copies of the two books you have available now for Christmas, and I would love to have the rest but I am not big on ebooks-only, especially when I am cooking (I don’t want to keep my tablet in the kitchen and keep having to hit the on button and type in my pin to wake it back up). I would really love to know if and when you get th rest of your books in print. And I love your website! Thanks for sharing!


Susan September 2, 2012 at 10:07 am

It is not cost effective to use Lulu. I have used Create Space for two of my books but once again, it is very expensive and they have a 145 page limit. Unfortunately it isn’t as easy as it seems. I may combine a couple at some point. Cheers!


Gem November 11, 2012 at 3:02 pm

Just discovered your site, and am excited to dive in. Thanks for gifting us with your expertise and creativity!


Miriam December 18, 2012 at 11:04 pm

A suggestion to Kirsten re ebooks. My suggestion to my students is to just print stuff out (or write it out).
I also prefer hard copy. Have you considered printing the books up yourself. Black & white is probably sufficient. It will cost you a little extra but probably not more than what it might be to buy a good recipe book.


Mary Robinson April 2, 2013 at 4:32 pm

Is there a contact number?
I need to check on my book order.


Toni De Leeuw June 2, 2013 at 9:27 am

A very good friend just gave me your book Rawmazing…I loved it, I became a vegan 6 years ago, but I became very week and had dizzy spells. I started to eat mainly fish like salmon and felt stronger. After I saw a movie that showed how detrimental meat and animal products are to our health I made the decision to become a vegan again but this time for good. I have been vegan for a couple of years now and I love it. I am amazed at your recipes with the absence of cheese, butter, cream etc. I can’t wait to try all your creations. My food is very plain and I would like to add some more variety and flavor to it. I mainly eat 80 to 90 percent RAW foods, and either rice, potatoes, sweet potatoes, in other words grains that are cooked, no cans or packaged foods, I did away with that a long time ago. I wonder if you can help me …I’m having low sugar issues, years ago I did a hypoglycemic diet and corrected the situation right away and never had problems again until I became a vegan. I basically consists of meals every 3 to 4 hours with a combination of things like a piece of cheese, an apple, and half a piece of bread, so small meals spaced though the day so they were 6 meals from 6AM to 9PM. I don’t know how to convert that to vegan.
Have you have any experience with this kind of thing? or some hints of ideas that I can use for this purpose.
You know a doctor does not care what we eat as long as we take the pills prescribed and I like natural.
Thanks for you help!


Susan June 2, 2013 at 12:04 pm

Toni, that is outside of my level of knowledge. I am not a health professional and don’t feel comfortable giving health advice. I would suggest you find an integrative physician that will work with you on this. Cheers!


Brenda simpson August 25, 2013 at 10:34 pm

Can you tell me which dehydratet i need to buy to make your recipes, crackers thakyou brenda


Rachelle November 16, 2013 at 6:57 pm

Hi Susan, I know Barnes & Nobel publish, perhaps check them out. Last I looked it looked like a great deal!
I prefer to read books away from the PC since I am on the PC working all day; but if only eBooks are available then I would buy these also :). Thank you so much!


Susan November 16, 2013 at 7:01 pm

Both “Rawmazing, Simple Raw Recipes” and “Rawmazing Desserts” are available through many different outlets. They are print books. Barnes and Noble carry them as does Amazon. They are published through Skyhorse Publishing.

The ebooks are only available on the site and are not in print form. That includes Transitions, Frozen Desserts and the Holiday book. I don’t have any plans to publish them in print any time soon.


Michael Conaway February 16, 2014 at 4:24 pm

Wow your recipes are so well done and look AMAZING! :)


lois May 16, 2014 at 6:04 pm

Hi: I have a quick question – – saw your recipe for Cacao Cinnamon Whoopie Pies — – I don’t have a dehydrator – – Can I bake off in the oven? at what temp & timing? Tnx. I just bought Rawmazing desserts – can’t wait to try. All the best


Susan May 17, 2014 at 12:08 pm

Hi, Lois, I write about this on the FAQ page. Cheers!


Sylvie December 8, 2014 at 6:26 pm

Love everything you do and your work is inspirational. Im vegan but not raw, but that doesn’t mean I don’t try lots of the recipes and ideas. Keep your books electronic – I love the idea of the lesser environmental footprint – cheers :)


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