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RAW-FOOD  April 1998

RAW-FOOD April 1998

Subject:

NYC party to celebrate upcoming recipe book!

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Judy Pokras <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 16 Apr 1998 01:08:51 +0000

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Raw Foods Chef Plans Tasty Party to Celebrate New Recipe Book

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday, April 15, 1998                        For more information,
                                                                call Shaune
Velazquez
                                                                at 212-941-5857

Hooked on Raw is the title of a unique upcoming recipe book featuring 350
gourmet living and raw foods recipes. To celebrate, the book's author, inventive
Manhattan chef Rhio, will be holding a gourmet raw foods vegetarian dinner
feast on Friday May 8, at 6:30 p.m.  The event will take place at her festive
Tribeca loft, and will give food enthusiasts a taste of some of the amazing
recipes in Hooked on Raw.

Rhio (who goes by one name only) provides an information hotline (the Raw
Energy Hotline: 212-343-1152) on raw foods events such as potlucks, lectures,
classes and conventions, as well as health news updates.  She is also known for
hosting raw foods potluck dinners, and for giving raw foods classes.

Rhio is one of many who believe that living foods (those that are still
sprouting
as you eat them) and raw foods (those that have not been heated above 105-
to-115 degrees F) provide the highest form of nutrition, because when foods are
heated over 105 degrees F, their enzymes and other valuable nutrients are
destroyed.  "A growing community of people are discovering that eating
vegetarian foods in their natural, uncooked state makes them feel vibrantly
alive," she says.

Raw foods are not only healthful eating, they're the newest taste trend.  In
fact,
two raw foods establishments have opened locally within the last six months: O-
Zone (a Tribeca cafe featured recently on Channel 7's Eyewitness News), and
Sunfire Juice Club (a take-out store in Brooklyn).  Several other US cities also
feature raw/living foods restaurants, among them, San Francisco, San Diego,
Chicago, and Washington, D.C.

Hooked on Raw's 32 chapters will cover a large range of food types, such as
appetizers; dehydrated foods; salads; marinades and condiments; breakfasts;
sauces, dips and spreads; and desserts; with an emphasis on hearty main course
dishes.  It will even include chapters on spices you can make from scratch, and
cosmetics you can make from supplies in your kitchen.  Finally, readers will
find valuable information on the benefits of sprouting; the drawbacks of food
irradiation, genetic engineering of plants, hybridization of seeds; and many
other
important topics.

The May 8 event will feature live entertainment and surprise guests, as well
as a
not-to-be-missed feast of fabulous raw and living foods recipes prepared by
Rhio.  There will also be a drawing for prizes, including: a week at the Ann
Wigmore Institute, a Champion juicer, massages, and more.

Rhio's Raw Energy Hotline number is 212-343-1152.  The book (to be delivered
to customers next winter) can be ordered  for $30. Those buying it now will
receive free admission to the May 8 event.  Payment should be sent to: Rhio's
Raw Foods, 244 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2354, New York, NY  10001-7604. Rhio's
e-mail address is: [log in to unmask]

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