Soon to be Released!

by Susan on February 10, 2011

I was going to post a recipe for pears with pistachio cream and chocolate sauce today but I got started late and the pistachio cream just hasn’t set up yet. You will get that recipe tomorrow! And I do apologize for the site being a little quiet this week but I have been up to my eyeballs putting the final touches on my latest project!

My next book, Rawmazing Easy Raw Food just got sent to the printer and will be released very soon! I am really excited about this collection of raw food recipes and information. I was inspired to put this book together by all of the emails I received requesting that I do a book all of the recipes from Rawmazing.  After months of work, and over 230 pages of recipes and information, the collection is done. I am excited.

Honestly, I can’t wait to have a copy of the book in my kitchen. To be able to have 2 years worth of recipes, right at my fingertips will be so convenient. And what a great way to share these raw food recipes with your friends! To see two years worth of recipes in one place blew me away. Every one with the quality and ease that you have come to love and expect from Rawmazing.

The book is beautiful, stunning design, great color pictures and chapters on kitchen equipment, pantry set up, ingredients and more! You will thrilled. I am even more excited to let you know that the book will be available 3 ways. The Deluxe Print Book is a full color book, the B&W copy has a full color cover and a black and white interior. I decided to offer the book both ways so there is a more economical version available. The third way to get the book will be a PDF download.

Look for more information next week! And make sure you stop come back tomorrow for one of my favorite recipes, Pears with pistachio cream and chocolate sauce!

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kim February 10, 2011 at 8:21 pm

I only found your site today and i LOVE it! Going to get this book, for sure… I posted on a very old article of yours concerning dehyrators. I am a fanatic about avoiding plastic while I cook (and hopefully when I start to “uncook”), but cannot afford a TSM stainless one. Because dehydrating is such a useful tool in the raw world, would you settle with a less expensive plastic one or wait and save to get the stainless? Stay-at-home mama caring for my lil angel right now…

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Jane Plass February 10, 2011 at 9:12 pm

Looking forward to the book!

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Susan February 10, 2011 at 9:12 pm

Kim…I did see your note, just hadn’t gotten around to replying yet. I honestly have had the same thought as you about the plastic dehydrators. I just don’t know. I think it would be worth a call or email to Excalibur to ask them.

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Nadia February 11, 2011 at 1:37 am

Congratulation on the new book!
It’s always a good thing to have it on paper, there are a lot of people (like my brother) who love to have their books in the kitchen with them while cooking :)

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Christiane February 11, 2011 at 10:01 am

Very much looking forward to this book!!!

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jerrine verkaik February 11, 2011 at 10:03 am

Nadia’s brother is not alone … I’ll be standing in line for the book. Thanks for doing it!

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Abakash February 11, 2011 at 10:34 am

Love your contribution to the Raw Food movement.
It is extraordinary and significant.
To make your book available 3 ways shows your heart of kindness.

All the best
Abakash

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Cliff Champion February 11, 2011 at 10:46 am

sounds great! i can’t wait to buy it!

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Nina Vought February 11, 2011 at 11:35 am

Can. Not. Wait!

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kim February 11, 2011 at 1:01 pm

Thank you! I didn’t know if you saw posts from old articles!! I wonder if getting the cheaper one now to have the benefit of raw food would be worth it vs waiting it out to see if I can afford the stainless… Hmmmm… Can’t wait to get your book!

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kim February 11, 2011 at 1:02 pm

PS. Susan, you started with an Excalibur, right?

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Susan February 11, 2011 at 1:03 pm

Yes, I did. One other thing to note is that the TSM is VERY quiet. The Excalibur is not. I used to keep it in a whole separate room.

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jackie February 11, 2011 at 10:43 pm

I think the brand of my dehydrator is Too Good (can’t remember exactly and it’s 2 floors down). It was less money than the Excalibur and supposedly has more accurate temperature monitoring. It also is supposedly quieter than the Excalibur, but I’ve never heard the Excalibur so I can’t say from experience.

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Kim@I Heart Green Juice February 12, 2011 at 1:04 am

I’ve adored all the recipes I’ve tried from your blog so far, can’t wait for this book!

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Eco Mama February 13, 2011 at 3:10 pm

Congratulations Susan! I’m excited for you!
xo
Eco Mama

note to kim: My two cents on the dehydrator is hold out for the TSM, it’s worlds apart from the Excalibur.

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Susan February 14, 2011 at 9:33 am

I would completely agree with that. I think there is only about 100.00 difference between the two 5 sheet models.

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Mindy February 14, 2011 at 9:33 am

YAAAY! I can’t wait to get a copy of your new book! How exciting:) Thank you, Susan!

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Carmel February 14, 2011 at 6:25 pm

Hi Susan.
Love your site, beautiful designs and pictures not to mention the food.
How about a book with recopies that don’t require dehydrator. I think it will help the novice (like me), who do not have dehydrator, getting more engage with raw food.

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Dianne February 14, 2011 at 11:24 pm

Looking forward to all the recipes in a book. Easier to get inspired. I’ve got sheets in a binder but coloured photos are truly a great ‘visual feast’ which encourages action and the anticipation of enjoying the fruit of one’s labour!!!!!!! When I look at your photos I feel like Pavlov’s dog!!!

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