Amazing book which explains why raw is the way to go from a health perspective (although I only do about 50%) with descriptions of what to use, how to use it and awesome recipes accompanied by beautiful photos...
food combining charts explaining good, bad and excellent choices. They look at carbohydrates, fat and protein content when paired together or separately. Vegetables (non, low or high starch) and fruits (low, sub or high acidity) are creatively identified.
Vegan Porcini Mushroom Gravy. This gravy recipe is so much better than the traditional animal based gravy you're used to. It's full of fresh herbs and so creamy and delicious. My husband LOVES it! http://www.veganosity.com
A list of negative calorie foods. When you eat these foods raw or in some cases slightly cooked with nothing on them your body burns more calories digesting and processing them than what is in the actual food itself. For a healthy weight loss and a little boost add some of these foods to your diet each day. Most are full of nutrients and wont weigh you down.
4 Steps to Help Prevent Cancer 1. Eat organic whenever possible. 2. Choose raw or clean frozen if availability of fresh product isn’t good in your area. 3. Fill half your plate each meal with non-starchy vegetables. If you eat animal products, make sure they’re pastured and grass-fed meats and dairy goods (including eggs). Use only high quality oils such as coconut oil, olive oil, ghee, or grass-fed butter. 4. Cut back drastically on grains and sugars.
DIY cat food (seemingly comprehensive and easy to follow guide to switching your cat to a homemade diet; includes information on how to use chicken/turkey thighs with or without a meat grinder and supplements, the benefits of raw and/or slightly cooked, and how to freeze)