Raw Food Real World : This book reminds me of Gourmet magazine. Glossy pages, good food, beautiful people.
Raw Food Made Easy for 1 or 2 people: Simple but good food. I turn to this book often for basics like Not-Tuna Pate or Apple Pie, Chocolate Mousse, and Ranch Dressing. Also Zucchini Pasta!
The Complete Book of Raw Food: My first raw food book. The list of raw-foodist in the back is excellent for finding even more books. A great reference book.
The Raw Food Detox Diet: Natalia Rose has a great approach to becoming raw gradually and cleansing the body. I perpetually have this out from the library.
Raw Truth: Great charts for sprouting and fermenting. This book makes me want to move to Hawaii and eat produce off of the trees.
Vogue Knitting: The Ultimate Knitting Book: I highly recommend this to anyone serious about knitting. It is like an encyclopedia. Of course, if you have an ipad... This book is curiously void of sock and shawls.
Rowan Magazine: My favorite. I can't always afford to buy them, but if I could, I would.
Knitted Lace of Estonia: I am on a lace/shawl kick and this book is lovely.
The Magnificat: Thanks Mom! I use it everyday, except on the days when I am a slacker.
Self-Abandonment to Divine Providence: By Fr. Jeanne Pierre de Caussade. SO Good!
The Cloud of Unknowing: From the middle ages, for the contemplative in me.
The Beck Diet Solution: I am so grateful for this book. It was the missing piece of my weight-management puzzle.
Financial Peace by Dave Ramsey: Thanks Rod and Angela! Now I can live like no one else so that later...
- Please Understand Me II: Such a good treatment of the Myers-Briggs temperament types.