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Book Reviews,Books,Cooked Vegetables,Vegetables 19 Mar 0 COMMENTS

Review of Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook

Sarah Fragoso’s Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook: Real Food for Real Life offers so much more than delicious, easy to assemble family-friendly recipes with food photos. The book includes time savings tips and strategies for busy families, strategies to help make your food budget go farther, for school lunch ideas, for…

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Book Reviews,Books 17 Mar 0 COMMENTS

A review of Against All Grain

There are so many beautiful paleo and primal cookbooks coming out right now. Danielle Walker’s book, Against All Grains: Delectable Paleo Recipes to Eat Well & Feel Great, is one of them and it’s one you’ll probably want to add to your collection. Not only did she write the book,…

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Book Reviews 13 Mar 0 COMMENTS

Eat Like A Dinosaur: Recipe & Guidebook for Gluten-Free Kids written by The Paleo Parents

Eat Like A Dinosaur: Recipe & Guidebook for Gluten-Free Kids, written by The Paleo Parents, contains more then 100 kid-approved recipes and projects free of grain, dairy, and legumes. The Forward was written by popular gluten-free author and blogger, Elana Amsterdam of Elana’s Pantry. The lovely illustrations, layout, interior design,…

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Book Reviews,Books,New Cookbook 3 Mar 0 COMMENTS

Chef Rachel’s Review of Cooking with Coconut Oil

If you’re already sold on coconut oil you know what the buzz is about. If you’re not sold on this fantastic fat source, you will be soon. Coconut oil can help reduce inflammation, control blood sugar, improve brain function, boost immunity, stimulate your metabolism and help your body fight infections….

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Book Reviews,Books 12 Feb 2 COMMENTS

The Paleo Kitchen: Finding Joy in Modern Primal Cooking

If you’ve been following my blog, classes and cookbooks you already know that healthy and delicious grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free (or dairy optional), paleo, primal, low-sugar and sugar-free, naturally sweetened recipes can taste utterly delicious! Maybe you already have a repertoire of favorite recipes but you want something more. If you’re…

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Book Reviews,Books,Eco Tips,Green Living,Health Tips,Money Saving Tips 30 Jan 3 COMMENTS

A Review of Rich Food, Poor Food

Rich Food, Poor Food: The Ultimate Grocery Purchasing System (GPS) by Jayson Calton, PhD., and Mira Calton, CN, contains so much vital information that today’s shoppers need to navigate their way through supermarkets and natural foods stores to find the most micronutrient-rich foods. This lightweight, compact, 290 page book 6…

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Book Reviews,Books,Green Living,Health Tips 27 Jan 5 COMMENTS

Eat Naked!

Eat Naked: Unprocessed, Unpolluted & Undressed Eating For A Healthier, Sexier You! Now doesn’t that sound appealing? Okay, before you get too excited…Eat Naked isn’t about dining in the buff, although that’s not a bad idea in Arizona, during the summer, when the temps rise above 105˚F. You could have…

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Book Reviews,Books,Vegetables 23 Jan 6 COMMENTS

A Review of Gather: The Art of Paleo Entertaining by Hayley Mason & Bill Staley

Hayley & Bill have done it again! Their latest cookbook, Gather: The Art of Paleo Entertaining, contains stunningly beautiful photographs and recipes for year round entertaining. You’ll find 17 complete menus and more than 200 grain-free, mostly dairy-free, whole foods recipes, divided by season and theme. Gather includes remakes of…

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Book Reviews,Nuts & Nut Butters,Poultry,Red Meat,Turkey 21 Jan 3 COMMENTS

Spaghetti Squash and Meatballs

Spaghetti and meatballs can be made gluten-free with one of the delicious gluten-free pastas on the market. My students and I have enjoyed Tinkyada (brown rice pasta) and Andean Dream (quinoa & brown rice pasta. If you’re diabetic, have blood sugar issues, insulin resistance, cancer, an autoimmune disorder, or some…

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