Would like to know your thoughts about this topic.
I'm following this diet from 2005. I stay raw for years, the longest I stayed raw at a time was 3 years so even though I'm eating raw most of the time I still don't do it all the time. I don't pretend that I'm raw all the time since 2005.
Is it really possible to stay raw for the rest of your life?
It's sure possible in theory but what about actual real life? Unless cooked food is not an option at all, i.e. unless cooked food is physically unavailable or you just truly belive that any cooked food like steamed potato is terribly bad - then it's pretty unlikely that you would stay raw forever.
Do you belive that there are some people who really stayed raw for 10, 20, 30+ years at a time?
It's easy to stay vegan because it's easy to make it not an option at all to eat animal products.
It's easy to not do anything as long as it's not an option at all.
I wonder if it's possible to really belive that any cooked food is not an option at all. I'd like to stay raw forever in theory - it just doesn't work in practice because cooked food is still always an option.