Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook: Real Food for Real Life

Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook: Real Food for Real Life

Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook: Real Food for Real Life

The Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook offers guidance on how to bring your family together with the magic of real food. As modern life grows more hectic with each passing day, a part of living the paleo lifestyle is slowing down and enjoying the time we have with family and friends. This cookbook is intended to remind us of how precious these moments are, and that some of the fondest memories can be made while sitting at the dinner table with the ones we love. Savoring these moments, along with del

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  1. 129 of 130 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Simple simple simple… and good!, April 26, 2013
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    This review is from: Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook: Real Food for Real Life (Paperback)
    The thing I loved most about the recipes in this book is that they’re not overly complicated. If I look at an ingredient list that’s a foot long, I get anxious. Sarah keeps it simple, and I appreciate that.

    Also, YAY for photos! Most paleo cookbooks out right now have zero photos, so I loved that I could actually see what the finished meal looked like. It just makes it so much more appealing.

    If you’re looking for more simple paleo recipe books, here are a couple that are equally good:

    Cave Wraps: 40 Fast & Easy Paleo Recipes for the Best Damn Wraps Ever

    Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat

    If you’re looking for more confirmation that the paleo diet works, I’m living proof! I’ve lost over 20 pounds and have the energy of a ten year old. Paleo works.

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  2. 137 of 143 people found the following review helpful
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    Slowing down for the food we evolved to eat, September 6, 2012
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    Steve Proctor
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    This review is from: Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook: Real Food for Real Life (Paperback)
    The research is increasingly showing that there is a dangerous link between many of our modern foods and diseases like arthritis, obesity, and even cancer. That link is inflammation. Many foods that we consume in high quantities lead to inflammation of the tissues. These inflammations give way to pain and chronic disease. The paleo diet — or at least certain forms of it — may help to relieve this inflammation, and prevent and cure some of these diseases.

    Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook picks up where the author’s first book, Everyday Paleo, left off. While her first book was an excellent introduction to the the paleo lifestyle, this one provides busy homemakers a practical set of recipies for keeping the dinner table full. It starts, however, with a quick introduction to Paleo for those who haven’t read Everyday Paleo. The basic outline is given right away — foods to avoid, and foods to eat.

    Here’s the table of contents, to let you know what’s inside the book:

    -Introduction
    -The Basics
    -Basic Food Guide
    -Getting Started
    -Understanding Kids
    -The Lunch Box for Kids and Grownups Too
    -Quick and Simple Meal Ideas
    -What Sarah Wants You to Have and Where to Find It
    -One Week Meal Plan
    -Budget Guide
    -Recipe Section
    —Sauces and Dips
    —Slow Cooker Recipies
    —Soups and Stews
    —Meaty Meals
    —Egg Dishes
    —Sides, Salads and Small Plates
    —Fruity Creations and Treats

    As you can see, this book is definitely family oriented, and it’s really meant to get you up and running quickly with Paleo eating and cooking. So there’s helpful information about making the transition to Paleo — especially for when you meet kids’ resistance.

    A couple things set this book apart. First, the photographs of the dishes at the beginning of each recipe group is a great addition. It lets you look up a recipe on the basis of a picture — not just relying on an interesting dish name. Second, the book puts a big emphasis on slowing down. For this reason, this book could be considered to belong to the Slow Foods movement as well.

    This book is recommended if you’re looking for a book of relatively easy and tasty recipes to get you up and running with Paleo. If you’re looking to slow down a bit and enjoy life with your family more, you’ll get some added encouragement along that way.

    If you or a loved one are facing health complications that may be linked to inflammation and inflammatory foods — and you’re looking to reverse that process — you might want to check out Meals That Heal Inflammation by Daniluk. For more information on Paleo / Weston A. Price nutrition, I also recommend Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon. If there’s trouble getting out of bed because of pain or inflammation, Get Fit in Bed: Tone Your Body & Calm Your Mind from the Comfort of Your Bed an exercise program that can be followed in bed, might be helpful.

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  3. 106 of 113 people found the following review helpful
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    Must-have paleo guidebook/cookbook, October 1, 2012
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    Jenn22

    This review is from: Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook: Real Food for Real Life (Paperback)
    We started eating paleo about a year ago, and Sarah’s first book – Everyday Paleo – was the first book that I bought. It has all of the information necessary to get started right away and tons of excellent recipes. Every time I try a new recipe of Sarah’s we are always shocked at how good it tastes. This is probably partly due to the fact that I had been trying to cook and eat low-fat for so much of my life. Eating paleo has been a revelation. Everything tastes so much better!

    Sarah is incredibly talented and inventive with her cooking, and I was so excited to try out her new recipes in Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook. I have tried a few so far and they are all excellent. One of the best things about Sarah’s recipes is that they are simple but delicious – usually not too many ingredients and easy to follow directions. This is the only kind of cooking that I can do with two little kids. Also, this new book is so much more than just a cookbook. It is packed with information and guidelines to help you bring your children on board too. We are still working on transitioning our 3- and 5-year-olds to eating full-time paleo too, and Sarah’s tips have been tremendously helpful.

    If you are considering trying to go paleo, you must have Sarah’s books. I am an evolutionary biologist, so I am completely on board with the whole adaptation argument for eating paleo. But, even if the science doesn’t convince you, you will be a believer if you just try eating this way for a month. I felt like a different person almost immediately. I used to nearly pass out if I didn’t eat every 2-3 hours, and I had a persistent sweet tooth. I feel so much more in control of eating now, I never go hungry, and I definitely see major physical differences as well. I am always trying to convert friends and family to paleo eating, and the Everyday Paleo books are the first things that I recommend to get started.

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