Yes and cayenne and ginger and bitter greens you will need those to keep warm and assist digestion as raw is very cooling.
I would assume stay away from all nightshades I just experimented in getting rid of all of them the past few weeks and persistent tendonitis I have had for years left after 2 weeks. I told myself I will later attempt vine ripened tomatoes as my research shows less solanine in those and red peppers. Sadly Babaghanoush is out also
I prefer not to deal with any root vegetables as they do not receive any or very little sun. i also do not deal with onions, garlic, chicves leeks anymore. These foods especially ones that do not receive direct sun have a definite energetic pattern I do not like so much and I have experience that it affects my internal energy. This is also in accordance with strict ayurveda. I also seem to fare best without spinach or any other veggie with oxalates as it gives me arthritic symptoms like the nightshades. Cayenne is a nightshade also you know.
This leaves me with very simple meals consisting of a small amt of Dhal very little grain, a few times a week and mostly bitter and pungent greens (the ones I despised most as a child) along with fruit. I find that eating only once a day and eating not according to what the mind and senses prefer leave me in a better state of health and well being.
I hope your raw lifestyle goes well I can tell it is pretty new for you right?
I find a mixture of very simple cooked and raw best for me.