I have never done a raw diet myself but I have some freinds who do it. They are pretty strict with it. One thing they all eat on a regular basis is olives. They get the ones at Whole Foods that are still raw. The reasoning is that olives are one of the only foods that are very high in minerals and vitamins. From what i have heard they are the highest. The biggest problem I hear from my girl friends is finding food high in folic acid and iron that don't need to be cooked. Most of the things like collard greens need to be cooked to realy get the full benefits from it. I do know some that eat things like sushi grad ahi. It is ment to be eaten raw and you still get all the esential fatty acids from the fish. Its expensive but worth it once a week for your health.
I also know you need to be carfull, most nuts eaten in thier raw state can be toxic, cashews is one of them. It is possable to find raw cheese and things of that nature, I have tried some raw goats milk cheese and it was surprisingly good.
My best advice is to do alot of reaserch before starting a diet like this. It can be costly and take time to find all the right foods to make sure you are getting all the right nutrients but in the end it may be worth it.
Thay have a lot of good information.
My best sugestion is if you want to go raw don't limit yourself. Alow yourself to have raw fish and other things. Being a woman you need certain things that you can really only get from certain foods.