Published September 15, 2017. Text: L. Fritz
Start the morning with Raspberry Mush, bring fresh/raw Tomato Soup to work and treat the family to Pink Banana Ice Cream for dessert. It’s easy to add raw foods into everyday life and get a real energy boost, Åsa Johansson says, just out with a new cookbook.
Åsa Johansson is a trained raw food teacher and after many years in Fort Lauderdale, Florida has her base in Mölle. Today, she gives classes and lectures and also has her own blog where she offers recipes and the latest research findings. In short, you can describe raw food as being natural, fresh and unprocessed food. The raw materials – fruits, berries, vegetables, seeds, nuts, algae and oils – never heat up above 42 degrees C, making the food rich in vitamins, minerals, enzymes and antioxidants among other things.