Book Reviews Archive

30 Minute Meals for the Paleo AIP

We’ve all been there… it’s almost dinner time and you have a refrigerator full of ingredients and need them to magically turn themselves into food PRONTO. You know you need a full meal (a can of tuna fish eaten over the sink just isn’t going to cut

Toasted Coconut Salmon from Made Whole

Wild-caught salmon is one of the most nutrient dense proteins you can choose and this recipe is fast to make and has a rich and savory topping that is turns it into a perfect meal for entertaining, or just indulging yourself on a typical week day. This

Rosemary and Thyme Focaccia from The Autoimmune Protocol Made Simple

Are you on the Paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP) and missing the joy of dipping a fragrant piece of bread into a bit of olive oil or bowl of soup? It is a simple pleasure that you may think is relegated only to fantasy if you are on

Cheesy Taters & Bacon from AIP Sheet Pan Recipes

You can stop right there because you had me at “cheesy”! Add taters and bacon, and the fact that this AIP recipe is made on a sheet pan… well, I’m in hog heaven! It’s from a new cookbook called AIP Sheet Pan Recipes, created by Samantha Teague, a

Pesto Frozen Yogurt from Zesty Scoop

If you have an ice cream maker shoved in the back of a cupboard somewhere, it is time to get it out and dust it off. This recipe for a dairy free savory Pesto Frozen Yogurt is just a teaser to whet your appetite for a totally

Spiced Lamb Kebabs from My Paleo AIP Indian Adventure

If you are following AIP, you probably think Indian food is completely out of bounds, what with all the seed based spices, nightshades, and ghee… right? My Paleo AIP Indian Adventure, a brand new cookbook by Bethany Darwin, proves that assumption is completely wrong! Whether you are

Tostones (Fried Green Plantains) from Freezer Cooking for the Paleo AIP

Tostones, or twice-fried green plantains, are an AIP breakfast staple for me. Cheap, easy, and delicious – what’s not to love? Well, the fact that they take a little bit of time is one! You have to peel, cut, heat oil, cook pieces on all sides, remove

Marinated chicken kebabs from Latin American Paleo Cooking (AIP)

I’ve been on a culinary tour of Latin America – and I didn’t even have to leave my house to do it, or compromise on my commitment to a healing diet! This virtual “trip” came courtesy of an exciting new cookbook that landed in my mailbox earlier this

My Favorite New Cookbooks for the Paleo Lifestyle 2016 (plus a GIVEAWAY!)

2016 is almost over, which means it is time to unveil my top 10 list of favorite paleo cookbooks of the year! It’s no secret that I’m a cookbook addict. I have even been known to take them to bed with me… yes, I read them like

Store Bought Bone Broth – When you don’t want to make your own!

Store bought bone broth? Just a couple of years ago the only way to consume the nourishing concoction some call the “elixir of life” was to make it yourself. Today there is a dizzying array of options, both in stores and by mail order, making it easy for
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