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Paleo Slow Cooking: Gluten Free Recipes Made Simple Paperback – October 1, 2012
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"Chrissy is a devoted wife, mother of 2 young children, blogger, as well as a coach and "woman in charge" at one of the most sought-after gyms in the country. When it comes to Paleo recipes that make efficient use of one's time and appeal to even the pickiest eaters - Paleo or not - Chrissy has some of the best, most inventive ideas for the kitchen out there that are sure to please. Most of all, Chrissy is proof positive that even the busiest of families can still life a healthy, Paleo life, and she shows you how to do so through all her work."—Julie & Charles Mayfield, authors of Paleo Comfort Foods
"There has been a precipitous rise in interest over the past couple of years about how to best incorporate a Paleo lifestyle change into your family life and thankfully…Chrissy is one of those voices..."—Jimmy Moore, Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Blog and Podcast
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In my opinion it was also a mistake to not have pictures of how she describes lining the crockpot with parchment paper. The instructions are clear enough, but they would have been crystal clear with an accompanying photo set, especially since a few of the deserts and practically all of the breakfast recipes call for this particular step.
Lastly, I also felt that a number of the recipes can be prepared quicker and with one less item to clean on the stove top. For a slow cooker book to have recipes that are quicker to prepare on the stove without the headache of cleaning the crockpot just doesn't seem well thought out to me.Read more ›
I'm going to sound nit-picky, and if this review bothers you, then this is the book for you and it's where you are in your food journey. Some of you are more like me and care a little bit more. So here are the details that bothered me.
1) I'm on the GAPS diet. Not a big deal. Very compatible with paleo. Only problem is sweet potatoes aren't allowd on the GAPS diet (sad... I know!). This book uses them A LOT. I think it might possibly be her favorite veggie. It's listed in 7 recipes in the index, but I counted an aditional 5 that include sweet potatoes that aren't even listed in the index. That makes a total of 12 recipes that call for them. I can substitute I realize, but just throwing it out there if you are a low carb person, or for some reason can't handle them, they are used pretty heavily.
2) She really doesn't worry about added sugar. This bothered me a lot. On page 118 is her recipe for BBQ sauce (one of the FEW recipes for something, not just calling for a bottle!). I was excited she included a recipe for BBQ sauce until I read it. It calls for 2 cups of organic ketchup. UGH! The second ingredient on the label is sugar in that stuff, even the organic. Then it also calls for 1/2 cup honey with that. UGH!Read more ›
From the book: Robb Wolf - "Unlike baking or fry- ing, which necessitate relatively high temperatures (making those nasty polycyclic thingies), slow cooking occurs at reasonably low temperatures so that you don't see the wacky kitchen chemistry that is common with other approaches."
The recipes are broken up into 5-categories:Breakfast, Soups and Stews, Main Dishes, Side Dishes, and Desserts.
The breakfast recipes consist of frittata dishes, which are easy, fast (2-hours), and taste great (much better than when I attempt them in the oven). The soups and stews include both traditional and unique dishes (I particularly like the Jalapeno Sweet Potato Chowder and Coconut Cream of Broccoli Soup), and the main courses include heartier meals like Boneless Pork Ribs, Beef Brisket, and Yellow Curry Chicken. The side dishes are simple, but great because it gives you ideas of what to with the slow cooker meals that are quick and easy, which is the whole point of the book.Read more ›
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Absolutely Love this Cookbook. It's one on my Staple Cookbooks in my Kitchen. Love the Simplicity of the Recipes, and with minimal modifications, you can easily adapt most of her... Read morePublished 23 days ago by SoCal Housewife
I've been using this cookbook for several years. Many of the recipes I use over & over. I don't really enjoy cooking but these recipes are simple & delicious with uncomplicated... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
recommend for any novice cook or person who like to go light on the pallet. Easy to follow and and plentyful amounts of food! Read morePublished 3 months ago by LEROY A MASON
I love this cookbook. As a working mom of 2, crock pot recipes are essential so i come back to this book all the time. Read morePublished 4 months ago by jenrn
Love these recipes. I am currently using them to fix meals for 4 generations for our Sunday lunches and everyone enjoys them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Janice Mercer Gist
This is not a cookbook full of delicious meals, which is kind of what you hope for when you buy a cookbook.Published 5 months ago by DT
I felt this book lacked creativity and didn't offer a full meal. When I think slow cooker meals, I want something that you can throw into the slow cooker and be done with dinner. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Allissa Brown