- Paperback: 224 pages
- Publisher: Page Street Publishing; 1 edition (January 6, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1624141013
- ISBN-13: 978-1624141010
- Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 0.6 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 199 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,780 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Performance Paleo Cookbook: Recipes for Training Harder, Getting Stronger and Gaining the Competitive Edge Paperback – January 6, 2015
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“Performance isn’t just measured in the gym or on the field―you want to feel vibrant and energetic at work, at play and at home with your family. The Performance Paleo Cookbook will keep you well-fed and well-fueled, with delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes designed to support every kind of healthy lifestyle.” ―DALLAS AND MELISSA HARTWIG, New York Times bestselling authors of It Starts with Food: Discover the Whole30® and Change Your Life in Unexpected Ways
“The Performance Paleo Cookbook is the definitive guide for fueling active folks with real food that not only boosts strength and endurance, but also tastes amazing. Stephanie Gaudreau has got it all―brains, brawn and kickass cooking chops.” ―MICHELLE TAM, New York Times bestselling author of Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans
“Stephanie Gaudreau provides smart eating advice to help you reach your fitness and body goals. From pre- and post-workout nutrition to tasty meals and on-the-go snacks that satisfy, The Performance Paleo Cookbook deliciously merges science and creativity. This book makes me want to train harder and cook more!” ―MELISSA JOULWAN, Author of Well Fed: Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat and Well Fed 2: Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat
“Steph’s goal was to create a simple, easy-to-follow guide for people looking to fuel their training―both in and out of the gym. She not only executed her goal, she knocked it out of the park. The recipes are tasty and easy-to-follow, my two prerequisites when entering the kitchen.” ―JOHN WELBOURN, Founder of CrossFit Football and Power Athlete HQ, 9-year veteran of the NFL
About the Author
STEPHANIE GAUDREAU is the founder of Stupid Easy Paleo and has a certificate in holistic nutrition. Her work has been featured on NomNomPaleo.com, Whole9Life.com and RobbWolf.com. Paleo Magazine nominated one of Stephanie's recipes for a Best of 2013 Award. She lives in San Diego, California.
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I'm looking at the recipe for "Tex-Mex deviled eggs", and the recipe says that *per serving* you should get ~37g of protein. That's excellent! The problem is, however, that the entire recipe that makes 3 servings only uses 6 eggs total, and there is no additional source of protein in the recipe. Given that most regular eggs are about 6-7g of protein, using 6 eggs for the entire recipe only gives you ~36g of total protein. If you break that up into 3 servers, that's really only about 12g of protein per serving. There also seems to be some issues with the shakes recipes the author uses. She recommends using 1/3 cup of protein powder or 2 eggs, but the recipe's macros will claim it has 17g of protein total? Maybe if you have high protein eggs that's possibly, but if you're using 30g of protein powder the total protein should be much higher. These are just the specific examples I could think of off the top of my head.
Also, the total calorie count per serving isn't anywhere. I guess you could do the basic math yourself to figure it out, but you'd think in a cookbook for "athletes" that'd be something the author would want to include.
All told, the book is alright, but it definitely seems to have errors in it. The reason I bought this book was to be able to cook healthy meals to fuel an active lifestyle throughout the day without having to be the one to measure, weigh, and do the math for everything. Given that this cookbook seems to have some errors, it's kind of pointless for that purpose. It's good for ideas, but it seems if I follow some of these recipes I'll need to do most of the legwork myself to figure out the actual accurate macros. Disappointing.
The recipes are nice balance of familiar and new in both ingredients, techniques and flavors with lots of room for personalization where needed. There are a few ingredients that were new for me - nutritional yeast, maca, ancho pepper, and they sent me on a bit of a hunt but weren't that hard to find here in Omaha. We love it when we start to use something new. It stretches our culinary palette and lets us have a bit more flexiblity with the new capability. For us, it is a great launchpad to try new things and use familiar items in different ways.
Bottom line: Love it, am happy to recommend it, would gift it in a minute (but NEVER my copy! - that will need to be inherited)
Stephanie includes the most realistic recipes that are easy to follow. Most of my time is spent producing my own recipes and, admittedly, I do not spend time cooking from cookbooks. With that said, I cooked two recipes from this book the day after it was delivered. They are categorized by when and how you need the food which makes it easy to figure out what to eat post-workout, etc. She does all the work for us. We just follow along and BAM - personal records in the gym. ;)
Having been on the paleo diet for almost two years I can honestly say this is one of the few cookbooks that stays true to the intention of the diet.