So…how do you make corn fritters without cooking? Simple—12 hours in the dehydrator. In fact, there a number of dishes usually associated with cooking—tempura, for example—that require the use of a dehydrator. Ani’s Raw Food Asia is more than a collection of recipes; it is a comprehensive guide to raw living, providing tips about non-chemical cleaning, the environment, and attitudes that will ensure a healthier, happier person.
Phyo explains Asian foods and Asian philosophies about food, closing Ani’s Raw Food Asia with “Afterword: Raw Food for Longevity,” that touches upon weight and health issues. There are recipes for drinks; salads and dressings; pickles, condiments, and accompaniments; sides; soups and curries; rolls, wraps, and pancakes; noodles; rice; and—did I mention it was my favorite?—dessert. International cuisines represented are Japanese, Indian, Indonesian, Chinese, Korean, Hawaiian, Vietnamese, and Thai.