- Paperback: 352 pages
- Publisher: Victory Belt Publishing; unabridged edition (November 17, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1628600845
- ISBN-13: 978-1628600841
- Product Dimensions: 8 x 0.9 x 10 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,709 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Paleo Cupboard Cookbook: Real Food, Real Flavor Paperback – November 17, 2015
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With over 145 simple, mouthwatering recipes - all without grains, gluten, or dairy - The Paleo Cupboard Cookbook shows firsthand that living a healthy Paleo lifestyle doesn't have to mean sacrificing variety or taste.
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With this book I have been able to make 2 weeks’ worth of delicious meals already, and my boys (aged 4-13) have all loved every single thing we have eaten. That has NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE! The author understands how to make food taste good for both kids and adults without it being complicated. The pork ragout, orange salmon and lemon and thyme chicken thighs are a new favorite in my family. I also learned some good cooking tips that I didn’t know before, such as why chicken skin sticks to the pan. My oldest son is my pickiest eater and even he has been flipping through the book and asking for me to cook him things. My younger son drank a smoothie with avocado in it last week and loved it. He won’t go anywhere near an avocado usually.
This cookbook has been such a blessing for my family and it has made my weeks so much easier. There’s no more worrying about food and no more fighting at the dinner table about not wanting to eat the food I cooked. Thank You.
Despite the cover the content inside is very light, fun and engaging. I rarely read recipe introductions but I found myself enjoying the authors stories and kitchen tips. I have only made 2 recipes so far but both were delicious. The pork vindaloo is the best I have ever had hands down. There are a good number of unique recipes in this book that are creative but also easy to make which I appreciate. I like to try new things once in a while but I also like to fall back on old favorites and this has a nice balance of both. I am impressed.
So, that being said, and having already tried quite a few recipes found within this book, I can definitely say wholeheartedly that author Amy Densmore has crafted an absolutely exceptional cookbook – one that I plan to use for a long time to come. In fact, I consider this book to be pretty much just as good as all of the last few recipe books I bought, combined. I only wish that I had come across it sooner.
What I admire about this book is that it’s not just based on a bunch of simple recipes and ingredient that can be found easily anywhere online. While reading, it became evident to me within the first quarter of the book that the author truly has a passion for cooking – it shows through her expertise that is displayed throughout the read due to the professional, concise style of writing that is used to explain each recipe with just the right amount of detail and practical steps, helping ensure that every meal turns out great. There’s also a section early in the book that does a good job of covering various ingredients, seasonings, herbs, and spices and how well they combine with others. Beyond this, there are pictures of the recipes that help make it easy to decide what to cook. This might sound like a small thing, but I’ve come across far too many cookbooks where authors neglect this, so I find it refreshing that Amy Densmore didn’t leave them out.
In summary, “The Paleo Cupboard Cookbook” is an absolute must read for anyone who wants to try out some great recipes that take a health-orientated approach. I’m looking forward to trying out future recipes.