I think one would probably have to be a Vegan in order to go 100% Raw.
On a lark, I visited my local whole foods market chain recently, who as most people who have been there have figured out by now, is a large corporate venue for all things new age, and generally appear to cater mostly to the upper class
save-the-whales-without-the-work-instant-health-earth-loving-lifestyle wanna-be-granola munchers (No offense to legitimate Granola munchers) in my opinion.
The issue I have here is the "Health-food" industry is big business, and usually you will find quackery married and mired to it.
The same can be said for the whole "organic" movement, which is nothing more that bunch of organic horse apples if you ask me.
Back to my point, whole foods offers a rather huge selection of Raw foods which, most of them look and I am certain taste like pressed cardboard.
And then there is the logic of the idea.
Where is the study information?
What about meat?
More importantly, what about harmful bacteria?
To me, at this point, it's a fashion statement.
But you see, it's all moot now.
Since I posted this item, the fad has changed...
It's not Raw food that's the rage, it's LIVE!!
Only in L.A.