Against All Grain: Delectable Paleo Recipes to Eat Well & Feel Great Paperback – Jul 30 2013
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"Danielle brings the lessons of personal experience and delights with a palette of beautiful and delicious recipes consistent with the Paleo dietary concepts."—Dr. William Davis, New York Times best-selling author of Wheat Belly
"Danielle's riveting story of life-transformation through diet is a testament to the many ways that food can heal the body. Not only do the recipes in this book comply with the Paleo-diet lifestyle, but she makes the grain-free transition effortless, and you will revel in each and every bite."—Diane Sanfilippo, New York Times best-selling author of Practical Paleo
"Grains are healthy, right? How could you ever live without them? Against All Grain just might change your mind about a few of your ideas—and provide some tasty food for thought."—Robb Wolf, New York Times best-selling author of The Paleo Solution
"With everything from appetizers to beverages, this book—full of healthy, yet amazingly delicious recipes—is one of my favorites. Get yourself a copy—don't miss out!"—Elana Amsterdam, author of The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook and the popular blog Elana's Pantry
"Danielle's inventive recipes and gorgeous food photography will inspire you to dash to the kitchen, throw on an apron, and start cooking."—Michelle Tam, author of the blog Nom Nom Paleo
About the Author
Danielle Walker is the author and creator of the popular Paleo-food blog Against All Grain (www.againstallgrain.com). Having to deal with a diagnosis of an autoimmune disease at only twenty-two years old, and unable to alleviate her symptoms with conventional medicine, she eventually came to the conclusion that she had to remove grains, lactose, legumes, and refined sugars from her diet. When she realized that there were many others out there struggling with the same issues, she combined her culinary skills and love for food with an equal love for journalism in a campaign to end her own agony and become a source of hope for others suffering from all types of diseases and allergies.
Danielle's goal has always been to never feel deprived, but rather to feel joy and satisfaction with each bite of food she eats. She and her husband, Ryan, live in the San Francisco Bay Area with their energetic toddler, Asher, and spunky dog, Ahavah.
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And one of my favourite things is the recipes are easy. There's a small list of staple ingredients that are used throughout the book so making these doesn't break the bank (I can't stand recipes that call for a tsp of several different things you'll never use again....cluttering my fridge/pantry and costing a fortune).
The pictures are beautiful (there's one for every single recipe), the added tips are excellent, and it's organized wisely (breakfast, small bites, soups salads and sides, the main event, for the kid in all of us, muffins loaves and morning cakes, sweets and treats, basics, beverages....there's even a section for menu suggestions where different recipes are paired together to make a great and cohesive meal).
Recipes are broken into Breakfast, Small Bites, Soups, Salads and Sides, The Main Course, For Kids, Muffins and Loaves, Sweets and Treats, Basics, and Drinks. There is also a good introduction to a grain free pantry for those that may not be familiar with paleo cooking.
Some of the recipes I have bookmarked to try include the coconut milk yoghurt, fried brussel sprouts and cauliflower, rosemary raison crackers, cauliflower rice, trail mix granola bars and more (i.e. almost all of the sweets and treats and breads). Recipes are uncomplicated with low prep time (15-20mins for many).
Danielle has a blog of the same-name (Against all grain) and I definitely recommend that readers check it out too.
Cons: Recipes are so good that you might devour a whole batch of cookies in the blink of an eye! Definitely saving my testing of additional baking recipes for when I have company!!!!
So far I have done only 5-6 recipes but all turned out great and I did many of them twice!
Thanks Mrs. Walker!
Most recent customer reviews
Both of Danielle's books are amazing. Highly recommend them. Makes my picky family happy and don't feel like I'm missing out on grains, pastas, etc.Published 6 days ago by K_Mum
I like the content and pictures in the cookbook. However, the index is terrible. I looked in the back index saw there was no recipe for pancakes. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Che
A must- have for people on SCD or Paelo diets.
Great recipes, rofessionally done images for every recipe. You need this book mostly for baking with nut flour. Read more
Beautiful book. Haven't tried any of the recipes hey, but they look fairly simple.Published 1 month ago by Ellavera
Easy ingredients. Clear instructions. Have tried a few recipes and all were good. I'd like to do the whole book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by FH Reader
Every single recipe in this book has been amazing. The recipes are all easy to follow and not too many ingredients.Published 3 months ago by Denise Willett