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- Publication Date: November 13, 2014
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Paleo Gluten Free Slow Cooker Recipes: Against All Grains (Paleo Recipes Book 4) Kindle Edition
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1 – Kindle eBook with Paleo / Gluten- free recipes
What is this, and does it work / it is good?
This eBook, according to the product description, intends to teach the reader “how to create easy, delicious Paleo Gluten Free, Slow Cooker meals.” The beginning of the book explains a bit about the paleo and gluten- free lifestyle, including what to eat and what to avoid (i.e., sugar, dairy, grains). It is nice that it is all right there in a condensed form, but you could easily find the information online. Although there were some grammatical/ writing mechanics errors, it was easy reading.
The recipes in particular sounded really tasty, and they seemed easy- to- follow. There were recipes for slow-cooker entrees, as well as non-slow cooker side dishes, salads, appetizers, and desserts. The eBook also included a premade, downloadable meal- planning sheet for 3 days of meals (you cannot choose the meals), as well as other book recommendations (at least one of which was also by the same author).
As far as the slow-cooker entrees…First of all, there were only 7. For a recipe book titled “”Paleo Gluten- Free Slow Cooker Recipes,” I would expect more than 7 slow- cooker recipes. Although I found that the recipes sounded good (and I plan to try at least a couple of them at some point), they were not the typical “throw- together- at- the- last- minute- before- running- out- of- the- door” type of slow- cooker recipes. For example, one entrée requires you to marinate the meat for 4-12 hours before putting it into the slow cooker (obviously, you would likely need to do this the night before). Another entrée only requires the slow cooker AFTER also using a deep pan, casserole dish, and food processer (I do not even have a food processer!). The other thing I noticed with the slow- cooker meals was that, while most were to be put on LOW, some gave the option for MEDIUM. My slow-cooker does not have a medium setting (only low and high); I have no idea whether the author’s medium would be the same as my slow- cooker’s high..?
Beyond the slow- cooker entrees, there were recipes for 5 side dishes, 5 salads, 5 appetizers, and 6 desserts. This is great, as they also are all gluten-free and paleo… BUT they are not slow-cooker recipes and some require 45-50 minutes to cook/ bake after your prep time. The description states “Slow cooker easy - set it in the morning and come home to an amazing Gluten Free meal that your family will love!” I guess what she means is “come home to an amazing Gluten Free entrée, but you will also need an extra hour to make the sides to go with it.”
Basically, this eBook has some tasty- sounding recipes, but most of them are NOT slow- cooker recipes and even some of the slow-cooker recipes take a good deal of prep. I have Celiac Disease (so I have to eat gluten-free) and have been looking into the Paleo diet lately. I saw this eBook and was really excited…I love my slow- cooker and expected so much out of this eBook…. Well, like I said, I would like to try a couple of the recipes, but overall, I was disappointed.
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Worth the download I suppose, but not a keeper. And definitely not up to par with my 20 other Paleo/Whole30 cookbooks. Thanks anyway.
I want to share my opinion of this latest book, but, first, a brief story...
I attended a house-warming party three weeks ago, and bumped into a friend I had not seen in a few months.
He looked incredibly fit - I asked what he has been doing to get into such great shape...
He replied simply: "I've been on a Paleo diet - I feel better than I have in years...and I've lost 30 pounds."
That certainly caught my attention.
Beth Gabriel has a knack for releasing just the right book at just the right time, and "Paleo Gluten Free Cooker Recipes: Crock Pot Easy and Delicious..." proves it once again.
Just as Ms. Gabriel's "Paleo Recipes: On The Grill..." was perfectly timed for the warm outdoor season, so, too, "Paleo Gluten Free Cooker Recipes: Crock Pot Easy and Delicious..." seems perfect for this time of year.
The "Easy Crockpot Chicken Salsa" is a FANTASTIC recipe!
The "Chorizo Stuffed Poblano Peppers" is a HEALTHY and EASY solution for football fans on a lazy Sunday (or anytime).
And the "PIzza Lasagna" is a welcome and much needed Gluten Free alternative for a nation obsessed with eating pizza (myself included).
Garlic Mustard Chicken Breasts, Zesty Pork Chops, "Jicama French Fries" (who knew you could eat French Fries on a Paleo Diet?) and, of course, delicious salads like the "Arugula Avocado Salad & Raisins", "Sweet Apple Coleslaw" and MY FAVORITE the "Sicilian Salad" - This is all WONDERFUL and CLEAN and HEALTHFUL stuff.
People unfamiliar with this author's work might be surprised to learn that she provides a COMPLETE menu selection....
She even includes recipes for Gluten Free Appetizers (like "Sesame Crisp Crackers") and seasonal Deserts (like "Crunchy Apple Cinnamon Flips").
This is great stuff - again.
Five Stars (and "Two Thumbs Up - way up!)
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The recipes are okay, but there is nothing I feel excited to try.Read more