Set Up Your Raw Food Kitchen
Raw Food Equipment
All the tools you need to make raw food meals and desserts.
An apple corer is a tool with a medium-length shaft and a circular cutting ring at the end. The apple’s core can be cut out with this tool while leaving the fruit intact.
A woven mat essential for making tight, professional nori rolls.
Featuring coarse, fine, and super-fine grating surfaces, plus a slicing surface, the OXO Good Grips Box Grater is a great multi-purpose tool. It's made of durable stainless steel with a soft, comfortable non-slip handle. A storage container fits securely underneath the grater for catching, measuring, and storing freshly grated ingredients.
The Breville Juicer is ideal for quickly juicing carrots, cucumbers, beets, and apples.
Though a standard cake pan is 8-9 inches in diameter, I recommend a smaller, 6-inch pan for raw cakes. This size allows you to create impressive-looking cakes while using less of each ingredient.
A chef’s knife is 7 to 10 inches long, with a broad blade and very sharp edge designed for slicing, chopping, dicing, and mincing.
Citrus reamers and juicers crush the flesh of halved citrus fruits, releasing their juice. Some manual models are handheld; this one has a dish to catch the juice.
A small, inexpensive coffee grinder with enable you to grind flaxseeds and other seeds to add to raw juices and smoothies.
Aquasana's patented dual cartridge drinking water filter installs in seconds on standard kitchen faucets and provides up to 30 gallons an hour of ultra-filtered, high-quality drinking water. Includes filter housing, chrome faucet diverter, twin filter cartridge set (lasts 6 months/filters 500 gallons), and easy-to-follow instructions.
Fitted with an S-blade, a food processor grinds a purées. It is indispensable for raw cakes, cookies, and pie and tart crusts.