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Paleo Power Bowls: 100 Easy, Nutrient-Dense, Anti-Inflammatory Meals Hardcover – January 15, 2019
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"In Paleo Power Bowls, Julia has managed to capture what paleo cooking is all about--transforming simple, real foods into beautiful, nourishing meals. This book is more than just a collection of recipes; it's an inspiring approach to an intuitive way of eating. The stunning photos and mouthwatering flavor combinations are sure to get you into the kitchen!"
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A suggestion: there are a lot of slow cooker recipes within...maybe a subsequent edition or the next book the author writes should have Instant Pot or other pressure cooker instructions along side the slow cooker instructions.
I also find it ridiculous when authors suggest elimination diets, and go on about AIP and FODMAPs and call their recipes anti-inflammatory, but use nutritional yeast liberally - which is nothing more than MSG, an excitotoxin.
One star because the book is well printed and has pictures of almost all the recipes (I am about 90% less likely to make a recipe with no pic).
Also, don't let the "bowls" in the title throw you off. I haven't had one of the recipes in a bowl yet --salads, protein + side, etc. These aren't the silly acai bowls you see advertised at juice bars.
However, many recipes are not good for low FODMAP eating and even the ones she identifies as such by making adaptations, they are still not good for those following the low FODMAP way of eating.
For example, the Ground Turkey with Mushrooms, Zucchini, and Spinach with Cabbage in page 122 lists onion and garlic, which she does say to omit as an adaptation. However, she keeps the apple and mushrooms. She also does not mention limiting the cabbage proportions which can cause problems in some people in larger amounts.
As a paleo book, it’s great. Don’t buy it for low FODMAP though.