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"Sarah is not just a top trainer at one of America's top 30 gyms, she is a mother of 3 and knows how to make the Paleo lifestyle work for anyone. She has transformed her health and the health of her family with time-efficient delicious cooking and no-hassle lifestyle management. She can help you achieve your goals and help you and your family look, feel and perform your best"—Robb Wolf, New York Times best selling author of The Paleo Solution

"Eating Paleo has changed my life, especially as an athlete and a mother. I am finally free of a stomach ache that lasted 16 years, and am healthy, strong, and happy. Staying focused on my Paleo lifestyle is important to me, and thanks to Everyday Paleo, I am never short on easy, quick, and delicious meal ideas for me and my family. Having EverdayPaleo.com, and now the book, I am able to take a deep breath and relax, knowing there is always a dinner or snack idea at my fingertips"—Aimee Anaya Everett, National Champion Olympic Weightlifter, co-owner Catalyst Athletics and The Performance Menu

"As a busy mom, composer and recording artist, preparing healthy meals used to seem incredibly challenging until Sarah showed me how it's done. Her recipes are simple to prepare, even for myself as a newbie to Paleo. With her help, I'm now healthier and more fit than I've ever been in my life, and my entire family as well. And the best thing is, her recipes are delicious and even my young daughter, who is a picky eater, has favorites that she absolutely loves from Sarah's recipe collection. We are hooked for life!"—Laura Sullivan Top 100 Artist, New Age Reporter, Sentient Spirit Records

"Since I've been involved in CrossFit, there have been numerous things I've become introduced to that have really helped me become physically and mentally stronger; as well as insight I've gained on how to live healthier once I step outside the gym, for both me and my family. Among them has been my introduction to Everyday Paleo. Sarah has an informative blog, with wonderful pictures and AMAZINGLY easy recipes!! I am by no means a good cook, I never have been. However, Sarah has made these recipes so easy, quick, and so delicious that my children (ages: 7 and 3) not only eat them, but they ask for MORE!! Sarah, I am so thankful for you and for Everyday Paleo. For making it simple, quick, and delicious. And, for helping us to live so much healthier, inside and out!!"—Linda Leipper, 2008 Crossfit Games Finalist

"Working with athletes of all levels...pain at some point may be a reality, and where there is inflammation there is usually loss of function. It is nice for me to be able to send my patients to Everyday Paleo to find quick, easy and delicious Paleo recipes that they can easily prepare and fit into their busy schedules, and more importantly help aid in a quicker recovery by reducing inflammation."—Dr. Dustin Glass, DC, ART; Member of the Sports Medicine Team for the USA Volleyball, National Teams.

About the Author

Sarah Fragoso, has a strong passion for helping others acclimate and succeed on the Paleo diet and has done so globally with her extremely successful Paleo recipe and advice blog. Fragoso is a certified Level 1 Crossfit Trainer, as well as a highly sought after strength and conditioning coach at Norcal Strength and Conditioning, one of America's top 30 gyms as rated by Men's Health Magazine. Fragoso is at the forefront of the Paleo movement and the leader in successfully helping families live Paleo. www.everydaypaleo.com.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Victory Belt Publishing; 1 edition (April 25, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 098256581X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982565810
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.8 x 10.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (510 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,943 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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536 of 599 people found the following review helpful By Katecali on June 8, 2011
Format: Paperback
I admit to being so disappointed by some of these recipes that I came back to look at the reviews here again. As another reviewer says, it is surprising that there aren't more negative reviews, and I second her opinion that the author's enthusiasm is so infectious and inspirational that it's hard to deliver bad news (you almost begin to believe something is wrong with you for not liking her food).

What I DID like about it: I was hesitating to start the paleo because, as a mother of 3 small boys, it seemed overwhelming. Reading this book not only inspired me to start it sooner than I would have otherwise, it gave me 5 day meal-planners that made it seem easy to shop and cook in such a new way.

What I DIDN'T like about it: the shopping lists need to be proofed better--I found myself missing key ingredients that were not listed. Also, the recipes were just not that good, especially for little kids. Mine are adventurous, but even so, her menu is a bit of a stretch (foods are too spicy or not very kid-friendly--the egg cupcakes were green because they were so filled with veggies and, frankly, didn't taste that great (more flavor, less veggies!)). Great ideas for kids are sometimes not that practical. For example, I made the lunchbox rollups with ham and turkey, but how to get them to stay closed and to prevent ingredients from slipping out? I spent 10 minutes cutting thin strips of scallion and painstakingly tying them together, then added some toothpicks for good measure. I imagined the other kids at school asking my son what the heck he was eating!

One hesitates to criticize, but she is clearly not a foodie--she relies on things like garlic powder and calls hollandaise sauce bearnaise sauce.
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160 of 178 people found the following review helpful By lorikall on June 12, 2011
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I think Sarah offers a lot of inspiration and I think the workout info in this book is great, but the recipes are just awful. I hate to be so blunt, but I'm really disappointed - and I was so excited to get this book. My family is adventurous, but also discriminating when it comes to their food and these recipes just don't cut it. We are a little more Primal than Paleo anyway and I would recommend Mark Sisson's cookbooks before I would recommend this one. I've gone back to my Barefoot Contessa books and Julia Child - tons of the recipes are Primal friendly and they actually taste good. I have 4 boys so the food has to be good! I'd recommend waiting for this one to come to your library.
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113 of 129 people found the following review helpful By Joanie Costlow on November 13, 2011
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My husband and I started a primal diet months ago and ordered Mark Sisson's 2 primal cookbooks, The Primal Blueprint Cookbook and Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals. We loved both of those cookbooks and have gotten a lot of good use out of them. We cook a lot (3 meals a day, everyday) so we were looking to branch out and bought Everyday Paleo and Paleo Comfort Foods based on the stellar reviews.

Everyday Paleo just is not what we were expecting. The recipes are boring and remind me of paleo versions of recipes from an old Taste of Home magazine. My family is rather adventurous and couldn't even pick out a single recipe that seemed appetizing to them. They are used to exciting, ethnic or exotic foods because that is what I make. This book just doesn't have the quality that I was hoping for. I thought that "Everyday Paleo" would be about making fun and exciting paleo meals every day without getting boring, but this just falls short. Who needs a recipe to make meatloaf or a spinach salad paleo? The Ginger Shrimp Salad is just shrimp with ginger on arugula. I mean Apple Flowers? It is literally a cut up apple arranged around a blob of almond butter. Bugs in a Boat? It is just freaking ants on a log people!! None of those are interesting or inspired.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By FamilyCook on November 1, 2011
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First, I need to say that I absolutely admire what the author is doing and I like following her success on her blog. She is inspirational as a role model. However, I find that I turn to her cookbook more for encouragement than I do for recipes. I've made perhaps five of the recipes so far and there are none that I really want to make again. I'm not sure what all the hype is about her cooking. I really want to like the cookbook because I know she is a success in the paleo world but I'm just not having success with the recipes.

A couple other notes: the index needs to be revised. It is not user-friendly. For example, if I wanted to look up beef meatballs and I turned to the beef heading, all that would follow is a bunch of page numbers. It is not further categorized. Also, the poor food photography is distracting.
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