- File Size: 5262 KB
- Print Length: 144 pages
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- Publisher: Jill Tieman (April 19, 2015)
- Publication Date: April 19, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00WEJE042
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Grain Free Paleo Snacks: Suitable for Paleo, Gluten Free, SCD and GAPS (Grain Free Paleo Cooking Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I held back one star because she still has too much sugar in the form of fructose (dates, honey, raisins, bananas) but she does mention stevia as a sweetener and grated carrots which partially balances out the bad ones. I am familiar with her view on how much fructose is okay (WAY too much and significantly above others I feel are more on the scientific ball) and that's okay. Too much fructose is now at the head of the epidemic in Childhood NAFLD (NonAlcoholic FattyLiver Disease), Metabolic Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes so to me, that means that 50 grams fructose is WAY too much as a line in the sand.I believe a maximum of 15 and the cut-back in fructose in snacks (less necessary than meals) is required to get us there.
I say that because fructose is fructose is fructose and NONE of it does anything good if you have 2-3 high sources of it in the same recipe. ALL fructose goes through the same liver portal whether it comes from corn in the form of HFCS (BAD stuff added even to bottled fruit juice) or from dates/honey/raisins/bananas/table sugar in the form of ADDED sugars to your homemade snacks. There are lower level sources of it like pears,apples and carrots and other vegetables that impart a sweet taste and natural sweeteners like stevia that give you the sweet taste you're now hooked on to help you get the sugar monkey off your tongue.And she has recipes with these as well -- just not as many of them so the one star deduction.
The introduction of equipment helpful to the being healthier process is excellent.Teaching you how to use it in each recipe is superior. The explanation of the ingredients you need to choose and why in the front of the book excellent also. Now just get off your collective duffs and do it so you can afford the extra calories to eat the healthy snacks you'll be preparing.
And these are ALL her own recipes and pictures! An honest person who does her own work! It CAN be done and she deserves the financial rewards of such. Also go to her website (explained in the intro) and stay up with her. Well worth your time and intellectual investment.
From the wonderful staples to the blueberry smoothie, Jill Tieman gives detailed, easy to follow instructions of how to complete these recipes. She also gives some great information about why grains today are not the same as the grains of our ancestors.
This is an informative, easy to read cookbook, great for the beginner or the expert in the quest for a gluten free lifestyle.