Your best option (if u have it) would be to drink several litres of fruit juice. Though, if you have none, I would probably resort to potatoes or yams (tubers are easier on digestion than grains). I think it's more important to get enough calories than to eat only fruit. I tried going on a raw vegan diet before (this is my second go) and I became sickly because I was massively undereating. I always keep a 10 kg bag of potatoes in my basement for just in the rare instance that I run out of fruit. I would definently say go for yams, get your carbs in, and in the future, keep a jug of orange juice in the fridge just incase. Best of luck! :)
fruit juice that can be kept for more than very few hours definitely is not raw so you might as well eat the cooked rice or yams!
me i would prefer to fast for the night but of course if you should get in danger than to eat something worse you'd better take the rice (or potatoes).
I think you mean flash pasteurized. Flash Pasteurizing > 70C or 158 degrees F for 20 seconds is usually how they get the fruit juice to keep longer. It's not as damaging as cooking as you still retain most of the vitamins and you'll have reduced damage from oxidation over cooking. Fresh is better but flash pasteurizing would be an intermediary step compared to all out cooking.
I'd go buy some dates if I was out, but usually I have a case in the frig.
Just eat the yams or rice. Cooking might kill some of the vitamins and nutrients but eating starch is better than starving.
Also many people that eat dates don't realize that at least in America the majority of them are dried at >160 degrees and are actually cooked. If fruit has a label and the vitamin C = 0% then it's cooked as they dried them in temps that cooked them and killed the vitamin C. Fresh fruits rarely ever have nutritional labels on them.
you can test your dates for rawness/aliveness by putting a piece in hydrogen peroxide and if it bubbles, it is raw. So far, I have found the pitted ones to be "cooked" and the non-pitted still raw.
this is great to know! thanks. does that apply to other questionable foods?
If you eat the rice/yams your still eating a diet of HCLF vegan food.
Good to know everyone! Thanks for the replies!
dont miss cals and plan accordingly for future
x2 (except I'd go for yams or sweet potatoes or potatoes instead of rice, unless I only had rice).