Eating raw

26 August, 2014 ,

Rawism or raw food diets are becoming popular, owing mostly to the advantages of such an eating approach on the health of its followers.

In fact, raw foodism provides vitamins, fibre, antioxidants, helps eliminate accumulated waste from the body and improves intestinal flora, and thereby the immune system.


As a rule, raw foodists mostly eat fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, grains and sprouted legumes. But eating raw food 24/7 requires a lot of time and planning.

So, why not try it out part-time, starting with simpler and familiar dishes such as the ones I’m suggesting this week. Yet another reason to stay away from the oven and pans while it’s still warm.


Try some of our “no-cook” recipes:

Beef Tartare
“Gravad Lax”
Salmon Tartare
Scallop Ceviche

Salmon Tartare

Salmon Tartare

Originally published in the Journal de Montréal on August 23, 2014.

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