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Raw Holiday Recipes!


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It’s finally here! Rawmazing’s first holiday collection. This colorful raw food recipe e-book is filled with all unpublished, signature recipes.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.

These recipes are crafted with love to please raw and non-raw alike. There are even some “convertible” recipes that are what I call raw +. A beautiful raw recipe that easily converts to a heartier recipe for those who desire it.

There is even an section with clickable links that will direct you to other holiday recipes on Rawmazing!

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  1. Cheryl wrote on November 20, 2013

    @ Ricki; to enlarge the pictures/print on your screen, on a PC, simply hit “Ctrl”, and while holding it down, then hit the “+” key. You can do this a number of times to get to the size you need (within reason. Google maps doesn’t like it when you hit it too many times and will tell you so in a message on the screen). You can reverse the enlargement by hitting “Ctrl” again, holding it down, then hit “-” (the minus key) as many times as you need. Easy Peasy!! 😉

  2. Cindy wrote on November 3, 2011

    Your desserts are exquisite. Will you be doing an update to offer recipes without the undesirable ingredients of agave, brown rice syrup, and other processed sweeteners? If so, I would buy your book in a heartbeat.

    • Susan wrote on November 3, 2011

      I do not use brown rice syrup or other processed sweeteners. I also have a very trusted source of raw, organic agave. You can so some searches on the site for agave to see what my research has turned up. You certainly can replace the agave with what ever sweetener you wish.

  3. Susan wrote on November 24, 2010

    Hi, Ricki

    Did you know that you can magnify your screen? On a mac just hit command +, on a pc I believe there is a similar command. Let me know if this doesn’t work for you.


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