Many a food fad has emerged in the face of rising levels of carcinogens, artificial preservatives, trans fats, and other potentially toxic elements that seem to be cropping up in our food today. While there are plenty of movements aimed at ensuring high food standards, one particular movement is making more noise than others: the raw foods movement. Committed to the healthier option of eating raw foods whenever possible and avoiding the cooking or heating process, the humorously named We Like It Raw website depicts the adventures of the site’s team and includes video recipes and cooking ideas. There’s also the interesting My Way feature, in which raw food enthusiasts around the country are asked to record their menus and eating habits for several days. From these accounts, it’s easy to see that starting on a raw foods diet is actually feasible for an ordinary person and doesn’t necessarily have to mean a bland or boring lifestyle.