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Raw Food Delivery coming to US

(I first posted this as a reply to the Raw Food Delivery Service UK thread, but worried that with ‘UK’ on the end some of you might not look at it, and I do so want you all to see it)

It’s not often that we in little UK get something wonderful, and innovative, in the raw food world before the US, so you’ll have to allow for my excitement here!

In my first year of raw, I’ve sampled all sorts of rawcuisine, but….it’s so often included non-raw/heat-treated/cooked/however you define it ingredients, and, although I’ve loved the food, and realise most people are fine with the nama shoyu, the nutritional yeast etc, I’ve always felt just a tad disappointed and felt that it shouldn’t be beyond the best raw chefs to make delicious raw meals completely from raw ingredients.

Anyhow, I’ve been on a HIGH for days because I placed an order with Chris and Zoe of purelyraw.com (for research reasons, you understand J), and the food that arrived was the best rawcuisine I’ve EVER tasted.

Onion pate – this was not only the best raw pate I’ve ever had, but I think the best pate fullstop. I hope it won’t annoy anyone if I say that it actually had a meaty taste (let’s say vague memories from the past!), which I think comes from the combination of walnut and oregano. My non-raw, occasionally meat-eating husband, LOVED it (the ultimate accolade!).

The pasta alfredo – well, I’ve made courgette ‘pasta’, but somehow Chris and Zoe actually got it to REALLY look, feel and taste like linguini, and served it in a delicious creamy sauce. The apple pie – well, you know sometimes you see a raw recipe for ‘apple pie’, and it’ss basically…a puree. Well, the purelyraw apple pie IS an apple pie. And, last but – oh, not least –date syrup, sold in jars. Agave nectar (even the raw) is debatably raw, honey isn’t vegan, so sweeteners have been a problem, but date syrup is the answer. Husband popped his finger into it and said ‘it’s toffee!’.

The minimum order has been priced to match the cost of, say, a Chinese take-away in the UK, and you do get so much food that you could easily impress and fill up a family, whether raw or not, and, believe me, this is the sort of food that could make non-raw people very receptive to finding out more about raw, and feel less ‘worried’ about the food we’re eating!

After imploring Chris and Zoe not to leave the UK the good news is that, although they will be leaving for the US shortly, the UK food delivery will continue, under their direction, and they’re looking forward to launching the service in the US. Oh America, you are in for a TREAT!


  • How exciting for the UK, and soon us in the US! I can’t wait! Chris & Zoe, you never cease to amaze me…Congratulations on a job well done!

  • Yea!!I’m excited too. I don’t suppose Zoe and Chris would post their onion pate recipe????;O)

  • ZoeZoe

    I’m blushing! Cor Blimey! thanks Debbie, glad to have been of sevice :)

  • Hi all, i have tasted the full range of Zoe and Chris`s raw food and What can i say? well yes i have to agree with you Debbie the pate is somthing else,oh and as for the carrot and onion bread if you haven`t had that yet then you must,i ate a whole batch of pate on the bread and the combination was fantastic.thankyou Zoe and Chris for introducing me to raw food you really are two stars.And its here on the doorstep in the UK.HOORAY!!!!!!!

  • ZoeZoe

    Thanks Rosie, I know you love our food! And I love making it for you, it is always a pure pleasure

  • That’s really wonderful; I will definitely have to order some food. I’m in the US, New England area.

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