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Paleo Bread: Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Paleo-Friendly Bread Recipes Paperback – August 12, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
- 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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've tried most of the recipes; they work at high altitude (6200 ft in Colarado) and are delicious. I don't like the pumpkin blueberry bread, but all the others are great! Read morePublished 23 days ago by E. Broer
Love this cookbook because going Paleo often means giving up bread. This cookbook offers lots of choices for breads and rolls.Published 2 months ago by Bonnie M Norris
The point of getting a cook book is to get recipes that have been tried and produce a good result. This book misses this minimal bar. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jacqueline
I previously gave this a 3 star because there are many proofreading errors, one in which a tablespoon is salt should have been a teaspoon ... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jan
I have gotten some very good recipes out of the books. I am sure if I stick to it I will loose some weight.Published 8 months ago by Jean Wallace