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- Print Length: 72 pages
- Publication Date: April 20, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00CGBYVTW
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40 Top Paleo Recipes - Quick and Easy Paleo Diet Recipes For Weight Loss & Optimum Health (Paleolithic Diet Cookbook) Kindle Edition
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Simple, basically common recipes gone more paleo. Sorry, not worth it
The recipes have very little in the way of instructions or elaboration and may be frustrating to anyone will limited cooking knowledge or skills. However, if you are an old hat in the kitchen or are familiar with many cooking methods, this book could be useful to you as an "idea book" for paleo/primal diet type approaches. Though the recipes seem to be rather haphazardly thrown together, I give it back a star because it was free.
To the comments about buckwheat - it is allowed in the primal diet approach, which is considered a paleo type diet. This is because buckwheat is technically not a grain (same with wild rice). There are multiple "paleo" diets now under the paleo umbrella, and no one person or way owns the label. In fact, you will find a decent amount of arguing in any given discussion group about what qualifies and what does not for "paleo" or "primal." So read up on everything you can and read this book knowing those facts. In either case, a free book with recipe ideas can be helpful when you're starting out and running out of recipe mojo.
For what it's worth, as someone who started primal about a year ago, I can tell you my joints don't hurt as much and I feel better. Paleo/primal is worth trying. You can always go back. But commit to at least a few strict weeks so you can really get a taste of the results. Anyone can do that much. ;)
I do not recommend this book to any serious Paleo fan.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It gave me the information I needed to decided whether or not to do Paleo. That is all I wanted to see.Published 1 month ago by Long-Time Amazon Customer
This book was the best ! It had ever kind of Paleo recipe i was looking for and more ! Eating this way just makes me feel so much better and healthier. Read morePublished 1 month ago by denise
Many recipes written as unclear how to use the listed ingredients. Found a sweet Waffle recipe among chicken recipes??? Did find some recipes I will try. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Carolyn Sims
While I don't follow the paleo diet religiously, the hubs and I are diabetic (as are many of his family members). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kathryn Davidson
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