>There are plenty of carbs that humans can digest without cooking
Fruit as I've already said contains sugar which is refined carbs. The dominant macro nutrient in nuts if fat (yes thats so called nasty sat fat too). By vegetables I take it you mean roots vegetables (carrots, parsnips, potatoes, etc) see my original point, the carbohydrate providing vegetables still need cooking before they can be consumed.
Yes I've heard of whole grain, Oats and the like still need to be cooked before the body can access the carbs in them - if you eat raw oats its just counts as fiber. Which is exactly my point - humans cant process any carbs other than sugar with out some form of processing. The whole business of cooking your food isnt to make it taste nice, its to break down cell walls, denature the anti-germination enzymes so that the human gut can extract usable nutrients. Cooking also denatures toxins like alkaloids that are present in potatoes for example.
>But please don't spread bullshit.
Likewise Mr AC.