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Nourish: The Paleo Healing Cookbook: Easy Yet Flavorful Recipes that Fight Autoimmune Illnesses Hardcover – March 24, 2015
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“Nourish is a masterful collection of innovative yet accessible recipes that will get you eating a healing diet without even a second of missing out on flavor!” ―Sarah Ballantyne, PhD, New York Times bestselling author of THE PALEO APPROACH and THE PALEO APPROACH COOKBOOK
“If you serve Rachael Bryant's flavor-packed dishes to your family, no one will suspect that these autoimmune-friendly dishes are missing anything. In fact, I bet they'll demand seconds and thirds!” ―Michelle Tam, New York Times bestselling author of NOM NOM PALEO: FOOD FOR HUMANS
“Rachael has created a suite of delicious, creative, healthful, gorgeously-photographed recipes that appeal to any palate. Nourish is a scene-stealer!” ―Liz Wolfe, NTP, author of EAT THE YOLKS
“I wish I'd had this cookbook when I did my own 3-month AIP experiment. It would have made the experience entirely more delicious. Rachael's creative recipes put tangy flavors (like BBQ Sauce) and creamy textures (hello, gravy!) back on the menu. This cookbook is a welcome treat for anyone following the AIP.” ―Melissa Joulwan, author of WELL FED: PALEO RECIPES FOR PEOPLE WHO LOVE TO EAT and WELL FED 2: MORE PALEO RECIPES FOR PEOPLE WHO LOVE TO EAT
“Nourish makes what otherwise seems like a daunting dietary change effortless and incredibly tasty. With this book as your guide, you will have endless ideas of dishes to prepare that will excite your palate as well as heal your body.” ―Mickey Trescott, NTP, author of THE AUTOIMMUNE PALEO COOKBOOK
“Rachael has created the ultimate cookbook for anyone on a restricted diet who just wants to enjoy food again. Nourish is packed with approachable recipes that build a foundation for eating healthily, feeding your body, and warming your soul. Rachael has masterfully developed big flavors and created internationally inspired dishes you've had to give up...until now. You can trust the recipes in Nourish to help you on your healing journey.” ―Stephanie Gaudreau, author of THE PERFORMANCE PALEO COOKBOOK and creator of Stupid Easy Paleo
“As someone who is struggling to make a lasting transition to an AIP-oriented diet, I want to share with all of you that Rachael's food is absolutely fantastic. Not only did I find myself in awe of how approachable her recipes are to prepare, but the ingredients are fully accessible for "normal" people in "normal" stores. My kids cleaned their plates every single time I served a recipe.” ―Ciarra Hannah, creator of Popular Paleo and author of THE FRUGAL PALEO COOKBOOK
“Rachael gives you recipes that combine vegetables, fruits and meats in a way you may not have ever thought was possible. This cookbook has an amazing group of nutrient-dense recipes that not only taste fantastic, but will help your body heal. Nourish shows us that you don't have to sacrifice flavor in order to live a healthy lifestyle, and that following an autoimmune-friendly diet can be more delicious than you ever thought it could be!” ―Amy Densmore, founder of PaleoCupboard.Com
About the Author
Rachael Bryant is the creator of the popular Paleo blog, Meatified. She has used the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol to treat her own Hashimoto's disease. Her recipes have been featured on MarksDailyApple.com, NomNomPaleo.com and ThePaleoMom.com. Food52.com declared that Rachael made "the best damn pork we've ever eaten!" She lives in Flagstaff, Arizona.
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The chapters are: breakfast, meat, seafood, vegetables, dessert and a last chapter on sauces, dips, condiments and broths. I would classify a good number of these as gourmet recipes or not your typical weeknight dinner items or expensive foods such as: salmon and avocado tartare, liver pate with apple, deep fried shrimp, oysters, mussels, and thyme and prosciutto wrapped trout rolls. There are some odd things, I guess stretching our variety: crispy beef tongue wraps, rabbit, and fried sardines. All the vegetables seem doable or things I already make and find easy. The desserts are mostly frozen sorbets, granita, popsicles, and a pudding. For breakfast when eating eggless (full Paleo) it winds up being foods that Americans associate with lunch or dinner, savory dishes such as sausage gravey benedict on a portabello mushroom or breakfast meatloaf (with onion, garlic powder, sage, oregano and thyme and pork rinds as some of the ingredients).
For the past two years under my doctor's advice I have been shifting my diet back and forth from grain-free to candida diet (no grains, sugar, alcohol, soy, dairy, corn). I've gone off seafood and fish due to intolerance by blood test. The purpose of this review is not to judge the Paleo diet. I have known about leaky gut for almost 20 years so the advice about healing that and about inflammation issues and health are preaching to the choir.
This cookbook has excellent tempting photos all in full color the same type as are on the cover and the font is large and legible. However there is still a lot of white space so I'd have liked even larger font. This hardcover book is of nice quality and is a nice large page size.
If you are looking for easy, cheap, fast recipes for weeknight cooking perhaps some other book would be a better fit. This cookbook is definatly for those who are open to cooking more complicated recipes from different cultures and for those not intimidated with long ingredient lists. It takes multiple ingredients to add complexity and flavor so I understand! These often use expensive foods and perhaps are better for families for weekend gourmet cooking or for parties when duck legs or oysters on the half shell are more typical fare.
I rate this 5 stars = I Love It because we are weekend gourmet cooks who throw dinner parties at least three times a month with foods like ribs, oysters, and lamb.
Some of my favorites:
1) Warm Chicken Grain Salad--great, great flavor and substantial portions. The tender butternut squash, which is so sweet and buttery, somehow makes this dish feel really decadent. This has become a favorite lunch for me. It packages and travels well, too!
2) Thai Beef Skewers with Pineapple--another gem! The meat is tasty and sweet. I love it on a bed of greens for lunch or a light dinner.
3) Glazed Mango Chicken Wings--Awesome! Great balance of flavors but make sure that you crisp these up, as she directs you to, because it adds a great caramel flavor to the chicken. I like making this dish with chicken thighs. You will crave the leftovers.
4) Pumpkin Curry--Total comfort food!
5) Indian Spiced "Rice"--I make this to eat with regular roast chicken now, because I can't seem to get enough, though I first made it to have with the Pumpkin Curry. I can not believe how good this "rice" is! For my tastes I've cut back a bit on the cinnamon, but the cooking process for the cauliflower gives it a perfect texture and the currants and spices add great depth.
I could go on. The garlic-y beets are awesome. The balsamic squash is awesome. The Greek "Couscous" Salad is awesome. You get the picture. Buy the book.
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Good food. Simple recipe to more complex but tasty.