The Primal Blueprint Cookbook: Primal, Low Carb, Paleo, Grain-Free, Dairy-Free and Gluten-Free Hardcover – Jul 15 2010
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About the Author
Jennifer Meier is a graduate of the prestigious California Culinary Academy in San Francisco. Her culinary career spans a decade and includes stints in restaurants, gourmet shops, and wine stores in New York, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles. She also holds a degree in Communications from the University of Washington in Seattle. Eventually, the writing and cooking merged into a food-writing career.
Mark is the one of the leading figures in the primal/paleo/ancestral health world, with his MarksDailyApple.com the most visited site in this category. Mark has followed the revolutionary bestseller, The Primal Blueprint, with six other books on primal living and eating. He is a former world-class endurance athlete (2:18 marathon, 4th place Hawaii Ironman), BA degree in biology (Williams College). Besides blogging daily and writing books, Mark hosts PrimalCon lifestyle retreats in North America
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Top Customer Reviews
Where this book does come in really handy is the primal substitute category and dessert category - there are things in there I would never have thought of making in a hundred years. I've only tried a couple, they were both good.
It's not as slick and beautifully photographed as many of the newer paleo cookbooks, but it makes up for that by having a lot of solid recipes that work; it is also nice that there is a photo for every recipe, which is a big deal to me for cookbooks. I haven't made some of the baked goods/substitutes that are featured in the cookbook (pancakes, bars, etc), so I can't really comment on those. That section isn't very big anyway, so I wouldn't get this cookbook hoping for a lot of substitutes for grain-based treats like bread and cupcakes; there are other paleo and grain-free cookbooks that focus on those things.
Overall, I recommend this cookbook to those just starting out with paleo/primal, and especially those that don't have very much cooking experience; for a beginner cook, it's hard to beat the simplicity of a lot of the recipes, as well as the detailed instructions and tasty results.
Took a look through the book and there are some great recipes to get you started on your 21 day program to a new life style of caveman eating for health and wealth!!!
Looking forward to digging into so e recipes soon!
Most recent customer reviews
This recipe book makes eating paleo very easy to start up. Lots of great looking pictures and the ingredients were easy to find at most stores.Published on April 2 2013 by Chris Fisher
No matter what your diet, this is a fun cookbook. It is well researched, has reliable recipes, great photos, and unusual twists on things.Published on Jan. 7 2013 by a
I tried a few recipes and my whole family really enjoyed them. They are simple, tasty and made with mainstream ingredients. Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2012 by Minimalist Wannabe
This is a great cookbook. The recipes are easy to follow, and they're pretty simple. I "stole" my first recipe from a website, and I lost 2 pounds the day I ate the resulting... Read morePublished on July 10 2012 by AndeeBee