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9/13/12 11:14 A

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I am really liking my Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy recipe book. Bought it from Amazon.
I usually go online though. the resources are incredible emoticon

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8/3/12 12:02 P

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Love my local library!!!

Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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8/3/12 10:54 A

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Wow! Thanks so much. I will look into these. I have already been looking online and I borrowed Elana's books from the library, which is a good way to go so you don't have to put out so much money for books.

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8/2/12 6:04 P

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Yes, Elanas Pantry is great. There are SO many good websites with fantastic recipes that though I hanker after cookbooks I just can't see spending the money right now when I can get so much on the net.
Here are just a sampling. If you start looking at these you will be led to find others:

www.againstallgrain.com/

www.thetastyalternative.com/

everydaypaleo.com/

paleodietlifestyle.com/paleo-diet-re
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www.paleofood.com/

www.practicalpaleoliving.com/

www.health-bent.com/

simplylivinghealthy.org/

cookingcaveman.tumblr.com/recipes

girlgoneprimal.blogspot.com/

realfoodforager.com/

Edited by: ANIDUCK at: 8/2/2012 (18:06)
Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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8/2/12 2:23 P

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Have you tried out this site?

She has a couple of cookbooks out using almond and coconut flour - can replace the honey or agave that she uses with stevia or your choice of sweetener, if you wish.

www.elanaspantry.com/

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5/27/12 3:33 P

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I'm in LOVE with the Paleo Comfort Foods cook book, I actually went out and bought my own copy. The recipes in that books are what finally encouraged me to take the plunge and do this . . . I wasn't sure I'd be able to do it until I saw those recipes.

I also like the Primal Blueprint cookbook.

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5/16/12 5:35 P

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yay! Great! I love recipe resources. WellFed looks good too. I'm going to sort through the veggie sections of all the recommendations and start cooking.

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5/16/12 9:09 A

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I downloaded the free sample excerpt, and it DOES look awesome! Plus, the Amazon reviews are glowing, glowing, glowing. Thanks for the tip!

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5/16/12 7:48 A

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I just checked out Well Fed on the website. Looks awesome-so I ordered it! Will be great to have and to pass around to the other primal family and friends. Thank you.

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5/16/12 12:15 A

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Well Fed is a book you can get through...
www.theclothesmakethegirl.com/wellfe
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5/15/12 11:48 P

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Food renegade website has really interesting recipes - have a bunch bookmarked. Thanks again!

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5/15/12 11:47 P

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Is Well Fed a website? A book?

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5/15/12 1:06 P

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Honestly, its her simple "hot plates" that she has in there!!!!
They are every day easy throw together meals that my family all seem to enjoy.

Her PadThai is tasty as is her "the best chicken you will ever eat" =)

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5/15/12 12:51 P

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OH! That is really good, is it? I enjoyed her interview on Latest In Paleo podcast. What's your favorite recipe, Angelia?

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5/15/12 12:50 P

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My favorite is Well Fed~ =)

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5/15/12 9:59 A

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Great recommendations. Thank you. Yes, I do need to get veggies exciting again. Thank goodness it's nearly summertime which makes all veggies more fun to eat!
I'll check out the recommendations and keep em coming!

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5/15/12 9:57 A

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Great, thanks! Looking for myself. I will check out the website.

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5/14/12 10:55 P

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Are you looking for a cookbook to give as a gift? or do you just want recipes for yourself? If for yourself there are lots and lots of wonderful websites with grain-free recipes. One good place to start that will give you some good links is Food Renegade.com. Sign up for their free newsletters and you will end up with a lot of great ideas and educational info.
www.foodrenegade.com/

Edited by: ANIDUCK at: 8/3/2012 (12:02)
Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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5/14/12 10:21 P

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Since I know you are not really into the red meat at all, and like seafood, I can recommend "Zest for Life" by Connor Middelmann-Whitney. It has a FEW recipes that suggest the sauce can go on the pasta, but even those it suggests on top of green beans as a variation. (And, of course, spaghetti squash really does work.) Fantastic recipes, largely grain-free. While it's a "Mediterranean" oriented cookbook, she really is primal-friendly and I'm loving the book.

The other classic paleo/primal books feature plenty of red meat, but also chicken or seafood if you want to stick with those. I think I gather that what you're needing is a way to make VEGETABLES awesome to you. Seafood is fabulous for you, so I wouldn't worry about your animal protein factor. Let's see, for great veggies:

Make It Paleo
Zest for Life
And I've gotten some fabulous recipes off this fellow's website. I really ought to buy his book:
paleodietlifestyle.com/paleo-diet-re
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Joy of Cooking--there's no end of how to make wonderful grain-free things in there!

Everyday Paleo really gave me my big boost, and I love that cookbook, but your emphasis might be different. She has some seafood, but there's a lot of pork and beef.

For now, from your hello post, it sounds like you need to skip the simulations of old grain faves and try new directions and bump up the veggies. I think the things I listed above are one good set.

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Launch my SLEEP project!


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5/14/12 6:52 P

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Anybody have any good grain-free cookbook recommendations?

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