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There are 30 Paleo cook books, at Barnes and Noble.. So which 2 should I be looking at to purchase ?

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I love this book because of how simple it is! The recipes are easy and don't involve a ton of random ingredients.

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Yes, this. Also, I don't know why people seem to restrict themselves to Paleo blogs/recipes. It's easy to Paleo-ify most normal recipes if you just leave off breadcrumb toppings or sub out canola oil and things like that, so long as things like cream of crap canned soup isn't a main ingredient. There's plenty of great recipes on even mainstream sites like food.com or epicurious.com.

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Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo. It's a cookbook but also a great resource of info for all things Paleo.

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on April 01, 2013
at 01:49 PM

I love this book because of how simple it is! The recipes are easy and don't involve a ton of random ingredients.

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on March 29, 2013
at 07:36 PM

I really like Sarah Fragoso's Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook. I use online sites too. Nomnompaleo is a good one as well.

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on March 29, 2013
at 07:43 PM

I feel like cookbooks are pointless with the plethora of online sites with free recipes. I own many cookbooks from my SAD dys and I never used them so I never bothered to invest in a Paleo cookbook. I use Nomnompaleo and PaleOMG a lot. MarksDailyApple usually has good recipes too!

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on March 29, 2013
at 07:28 PM

IMO, all Paleo cook books are crap. I own about 7 because friends know that (1) I eat paleo and (2) I love to cook... But not a single one is any good.

All you need is online. Browse and customize:

Jans Sushi Bar - http://www.janssushibar.com/

PaleOMG - http://paleomg.com/

Chowstalker - chowstalker.com

TheFoodee - http://www.thefoodee.com/

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on March 29, 2013
at 08:48 PM

Yes, this. Also, I don't know why people seem to restrict themselves to Paleo blogs/recipes. It's easy to Paleo-ify most normal recipes if you just leave off breadcrumb toppings or sub out canola oil and things like that, so long as things like cream of crap canned soup isn't a main ingredient. There's plenty of great recipes on even mainstream sites like food.com or epicurious.com.

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on April 01, 2013
at 08:46 AM

Joanne,

If you're like me and you don't want to be overwhelmed with all the information on paleo you may want to try the 8 week paleo meal plan. No need to think about what to cook and how to time it. I followed the whole 8 weeks with my 'hubby'. Once you're through you'll exactly know all the basics for eating paleo. For your ref.: http://timreviews.com/paleo-recipe

Eloise

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on March 30, 2013
at 12:59 AM

PALEOMG, "OMG That's Paleo?" for sure!

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