7/14/2010

A raw-food diet is supposed to be better for your health -- but it also offers a way for families to cut their carbon footprint, writes Laura Sevier. Eliminating baking, frying and toasting cuts energy requirements and encourages local eating, Sevier writes. "Even though personal rather than planetary health is the main motivation to 'go raw,' its green credentials are an added bonus," she argues.

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