We Like It Raw  

Posted by Big Gav

In the worst case scenarios for a post oil crash world, there are shortages of energy for everything - even cooking.

But apparently there is nothing to worry about (assuming you live somewhere that freezing isn't ever going to be a problem) - raw food is not only edible but can even be good for you.

Some of their recent posts include lists of items containing the items that have the least and most pesticide contamination.

The raw food diet is one that has had many people in debate. It’s a diet that consists of uncooked and unprocessed organic raw foods and usually includes fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds. When raw fruits and vegetables are cooked, they tend to lose the enzymes, minerals and vitamins, which is why raw foodists find this diet so important to their health. WeLikeItRaw.com is a popular weblog that has all information you could possibly want about a raw food diet. But we think it’s helpful even if you aren’t on one too because it has information like tasty recipes, restaurants and cooking classes. One thing we have to admit though is that we just can’t relate to the urine post.


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