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He Won't Know It's Paleo: 100+ Autoimmune Protocol recipes to create with love and share with pride Paperback – February 6, 2015
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"Proper nutrition, exercise, sleep and stress management are the foundations of well-being. But what do we do when the foods we eat make us sick? Where do we look for answers? And what do we do when traditional medicine fails us? Bre'anna Emmitt is a brave soul who took matters into her own hands to find help for herself. What she discovered is the healing power of food."
- Simone Norris, MD
"He Won't It's Paleo" is one of the most creative Autoimmune Protocol cookbooks I've seen yet! Bre'anna has adapted all your familiar favorites to elimination diet-friendly versions. The recipes and mouth-watering photography cover everything from apple pie to enchiladas. Tricking her hubby into making a dietary transition is what inspired Bre'anna's inventive creations and with her help, you can keep the secret from your family too. Shhh!"
-Angie Alt, author of "The Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook"
"Bre'anna Emmitt is the Paula Deen of the AIP community, providing the comfort food we love, with one big difference: these recipes are good for our health." Eileen Laird, author of the popular AIP blog "Phoenix Helix"
From the Back Cover
It's not often that gluten-free, grain-free and allergen-free food is delicious enough to sneak past a gluten-loving, All-American eater. But in He Won't Know It's Paleo, Bre'anna Emmitt takes you right into her kitchen where she prepared only paleo autoimmune protocol meals for six months before she finally came clean with her husband, Chris. In that time, she noticed drastic improvement in her two autoimmune diseases and began her popular blog, He Won't Know It's Paleo. Each recipe in this book was created with love, shared with sneakiness, and enjoyed with gusto. Her guideline to publishing is always this: If a recipe doesn't meet her non-paleo husband's approval, it doesn't get published.
Following the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol does not have to mean compromising great taste. Bre'anna's hope is that these recipes become your new family favorites - ones that not only improve your health, but that bring good food and great joy around your dinner table.
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Edit: After making the strawberry cake recipe I had to come back and add a star. The batter was tricky to work with, but with some patience, it turned out amazing. I served it to several other non-aip followers and everyone was a fan! I can't wait to make it again!
I decided to hold on to this book and not return it, and I am glad because so far I have made several of the recipes to try out and I knew I had to come back here and admit I was wrong. The "ketchup" recipe alone is enough to keep the book - I couldn't believe a recipe so basic would produce something that actually TASTES like ketchup. I am still not thrilled about the binding/print because I don't see it holding up well, and think the price should reflect that, but the recipes are definitely making up for it.
I don't know. I WANT to love this book. I do love the gal who put it together, and usually enjoy the recipes she blogs. I am a long-time AIP follower, I know my way around the kitchen at this point. I don't know what it is that is putting me off - the cheap, flimsy binding job, the amateur printing/hard-to-read fonts/food presentations, the errors in the recipes, the fact that I ordered it at the same time as the "Nourish" cookbook which is everything a cookbook ought to be (and cost LESS than this one), the ultra basic recipes (which I am sure taste delicious, but they are ones I would have figured out on my own and didn't need to pay nearly $30 for. Whatever "it" is, it has left me wondering if I should return this book and get my money back, or put it on the shelf and see how it goes. $30 is a lot of money, and I did expect more than what I found crammed into my mailbox. Not trying to be harsh, just honest. I could have saved my money and continued to follow the HWKIP blog and done just fine... even found that some of these recipes I already have pinned on Pinterest and did not need to pay $$ for.... BUT although the recipes are pretty basic, they are practical and fast, and that is a good thing.
I have to say that by looking at all the recipes in the book, I can probably successfully execute most of them.
So if you're starting a Paleo AIP diet for autoimmune issues- get this book and the one by Mickey Trescott and you will be good to go as you start your journey!