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Product Details

  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Rockridge Press; Exp Upd edition (August 12, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1623152011
  • ISBN-13: 978-1623152017
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,277 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I am looking forward to trying out more recipes.
Kim
The Paleo Bread: Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Paleo-Friendly Bread Recipes is a great book to get recipes and instruction on how to make bread for a paleo diet.
Searon
I have to warn everyone that almost every recipe I have tried in this book has been a colossal waste of ingredients, time, and money.
Gina Guiffrida

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I have to warn everyone that almost every recipe I have tried in this book has been a colossal waste of ingredients, time, and money. I have no idea how this book has mostly positive reviews...it makes me wonder about who is really leaving reviews for this book?? It can't be people who have tried the same recipes that I have.Those of us that follow the "paleo" lifestyle know how expensive the ingredients and food can be. I was on my sixth recipe in this book, trying to make anything comparable to what was being described, and became absolutely disgusted with the results. There is major problems with every recipe I have tried so far. I tried to make the herbed focaccia bread, regular focaccia bread, the pizza crust, the Italian rolls, and two other types of buns.....it was all inedible!! And yes, I am an experienced baker. I know coconut flour will thicken in time, and can be drying. I also know to use fresh ingredients with my nut flours/almond flour, etc. I also know that measurements can be a bit off, and more flour/water can be necessary to form a dough or batter. But this was not the issue here, this was the complete inedible products these recipes produced. It is an incompetent book of recipes, that yielded truly awful results. I never write reviews, but tonight after my sixth attempt at one of the bread recipes written in this book, I became furious with the waste of ingredients, waste of money, and waste of my time!! I had to come here and leave a review.

I at first thought it was my fault, even though I am an very experienced baker. I even blamed my ingredients because of all the positive reviews... it had to be me right? But now after six attempts at six different recipes... I am telling you this book has some serious problems.
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87 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Eugenia Loli on March 4, 2014
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I expect this comment to be downvoted, since the people who will land on this page, are most probably here because they want to actually eat bread. But the truth that many Paleo gurus have tried to advocate (but somehow falls into deaf ears) is that there is no such thing as Paleo bread, Paleo cookies, and Paleo cakes. Blogs online are filled with such recipes too, but in all reality, nuts & seeds (that these recipes are primarily made of), are supposed to be eaten in moderation, raw, and soaked. This is well established in the original Paleo books, or blog posts of these Paleo book authors. But instead, what people actually thought they read was "nuts & seeds are a free ride". They're not.

- They contain an extremely large amount of anti-nutrients and omega-6, even larger than the ones found in... legumes! For that reason, they must be bought raw, and then soaked. Read Chris Kresser's article about it, among others'.
- They must never be cooked/baked, because they oxidize. They're supposed to simply be eaten raw, after they are soaked.
- No normal person would ever eat 200 almonds in one go, and yet, they'd eat in a single seating as a pizza (or bread over 2 days)? Where's the logic in this?

So where does that leave the modern Paleo man? Without bread? Yes, without any such type of "dense" food. To me, people who eat these types of baking goods too often, are just substituting one bad thing (gluten), for another (overdose of oxidized nuts). I don't disagree to make some crackers, or a cake, or even a bread, once or twice a year -- on a special occasion. We're all humans, and sometimes we want to indulge. But if this is a daily or even a weekly thing, used as a substitution to gluten, then it's missing the whole point of Paleo and health.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By M. Becker on April 25, 2014
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I am giving this book one star because of the picture on the front cover. That bread pictured is not a recipe in the book, nor is there anything like it. The first page of the book is a couple of paragraphs about how paleo bread should not be expected to be like traditional bread and will not bake like it or have bubbles or crust etc. So why put a picture of traditional bread on the cover? Extremely irritating and deliberately misleading. Please be aware that if you use recipes from this book they are going to be very dense and more similar to something like corn bread or banana bread, NOT what is pictured on the cover.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By J. Rosenberger on October 13, 2013
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I bought the Kindle version of this book after skimming some of the "look inside" pages. There is only one yeast bread recipe that I've encountered so far, and the rest are quick breads. I've made five or six of the recipes in the book, and they've all come out very well. Someone definitely tested the recipes first before putting them into the book. It's a professionally done book with no typos and easy to read instructions. The ingredients are not terribly exotic (at least, if you're doing Paleo, you have all this stuff already). The instructions for most recipes are pretty simple, though a few are more involved. The yeast bread is very carby with a ton of starch in it, but there is so much variety in here that you'll surely find several recipes you enjoy. Don't expect big fluffy loafs of Wonderbread, but you will have something you can eat with a burger or spread some almond butter on. I'm getting into making my own fruit butters and jams, and I wanted something besides pancakes (Paleo ones, of course) to spread it on. This fills the bill! The only reason I give it four instead of five stars is that it does go on a bit toward the end about the diet. I think chances are pretty good that you're already doing Paleo if you're looking at this book. I would've liked more recipes in that space instead.

In summary: If you are doing Paleo and you're looking for some easy bread recipes, this is a good pick.
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