Eat Raw, Eat Well by Douglas McNish. Holy cauliflower, this book is fantastic. Beyond sharing information about transitioning to a raw diet, creating a raw kitchen and information about buying raw ingredients, there are also cooking tips and nutritional information with every single recipe, which allows for an astounding amount of information to be contained in this behemoth of a book. And the food? I've eaten the Greek Salad for dinner for a few weeks and can't seem to be get sick of it. Why would I? With Cashew Feta Cheese and Lemon Avocado Dressing, it's light and refreshing and incredibly satisfying. I'm so excited to continue exploring the amazing recipes in this book, and with recipes such as Jalapeno Poppers, Banana Pecan French Toast and Eggplant Parmesan, it's going to be a good trip.
On a side note, I have noticed my running has reacted so positively to eating more raw foods. I've been doing green smoothies in the morning and raw dinner and ten miles suddenly feels more like seven, which is an amazing experience. Isn't it funny how what we put into our body effects how it performs? More kale!