Fish, meat and eggs
Those who are accustomed to “eating raw” are, for the most part, vegetarian and even vegan. But there is nothing stopping you from enjoying your taste buds with carpaccios, tartares and other marinated ceviches of all kinds!
Be careful, however, if you eat raw animal products, they must be very fresh.
Fruits and vegetables
Whoever thinks of eating raw inevitably thinks of raw salad! Remember to keep your skin (and all its vitamins). So make sure your products have not been treated with pesticides or rinse them very carefully.
For soil-growing vegetables, it may be helpful to rinse them with vinegar to remove bacteria (especially those responsible for toxoplasmosis). All fruits taste raw, but not all vegetables.
For the more equipped, it is possible to use a dehydrator (which will dry the food at low temperature).
In the raw kitchen, it also uses a lot of dried or dried fruit, such as dates, oilseeds (cashews, almonds, hazelnuts), germinated seeds, and many superfoods known for their antioxidant richness, especially spirulina. . , goji berries, nori, chia seeds, etc.
Why such a craze for raw foods? In the United States, there are even restaurants that specialize in raw food.
In fact, naked cooking tends to do only one thing: digest food that is not. It distorts food by altering its structure and creating by-products that are potentially harmful to the body. Raw foods are rich in vitamins, enzymes, minerals.
Provided you eat them fresh of course: a tomato that has been lying in your fridge for 2 weeks will obviously contain much less vitamins than a freshly picked tomato!