Raw Food books, equipment, links

Here are some of the resources I use:

Raw Food books


 

 

 


 

 

 

 

   

 

Raw Food Equipment

Froothie Optimum 9400
high speed blender

* cost-effective equivalent
to the Vitamix 

* super smooth smoothies, 
raw soups & much more

* great for your raw food
prep (and cooking too!)

* 5 year warranty

* £349 click here
to purchase your Froothie

L’Equip Mill Blender

* an affordable and 
versatile piece of 
equipment that will 
do almost everything.

* grinds dry ingredients
& blends liquids

* 3 year warranty

* £99 from UKJuicers.com

 

Excalibur
Dehydrator

* I use a 9 tray version
with timer

* remember to order
the Paraflex sheets
separately

* £329 on RawLiving.eu

* or try the smaller 
4-tray model,
only £159, also on 
RawLiving.eu

     
   

 glass sprouting jar with stainless mesh lid, Living Foods

Glass sprouting jar with
stainlesss mesh lid

2 sizes:
750ml £7.95 + P&P
1000ml £8.95 + P&P
from Wholistic Research 

 

Raw Food Suppliers & Links

Raw Living

Raw LIving - Bringing you the finest raw food, superfoods, and resources for a healthy lifestyle

Raw Living is Kate Magic & Chris Wood‘s site, bringing you the finest raw foods, superfoods and resources for a healthy lifestyle, including signed copies of Kate’s raw food recipe books ‘Eat Smart Eat Raw’, ‘Raw Living’ and ‘Raw Magic’ – plus details of her events in the UK, Europe and beyond.

Tree Harvest

Tree Harvest

Tree Harvest – I love this company’s philosophy of taking the fruit from the tree and leaving the tree to flourish and produce more. You can buy Tree Harvest products in the shops (including Harvest in Bath, Earthfare in Glastonbury) – or call 01297 552977 for a pdf catalogue to mail order direct.

Wide range of ingredients including cacao ingredients, nuts, seeds, essential oils and much more.  

 

Aluna Gena

Aluna Gena (formerly Aluna’s Garden) is a supplier of high quality organic superfoods, run by two beautiful people. 

They share their profits with the Tairona Trust who support the indigenous peoples of  Colombia, including the Kogi tribe. You can find out more about the Kogi Mamas (enlightened ones) and their message to the world in the film ‘Aluna‘ which  you can download here >>