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Recipe book recommendations - without too many tomato inclusions....?

Answered on October 03, 2013
Created October 03, 2013 at 4:17 AM

Hi,

I'm new to the paleo hacks community. My husband and I have been eating paleo for a little while now and are really enjoying the benefits. We are, however, getting a bit stuck for variety. Also, one of my children who reacts to tomato, capsicum and citrus is now on an elimination diet with no gluten and no dairy (paleo!) so I'm needing help with kid friendly recipes. It's been my experience that recipe books often rely heavily on tomatoes. Can anyone recommend any paleo ones that don't do this?

I am looking at the paleo hacks bundle offer I got in my inbox, but I'm wondering about the tomato thing.... Anyone know?

Thanks in advance!

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Just started using Primal Cravings. Yes it has tomato, but you should be able to eliminate its use in many places and learn to do some subs. I usually use recipes as a framework and freely sub as pantry or taste buds dictate. I made the Pastrami Salmon recipe and it was excellent. After being Paleo for some time it becomes pretty easy to go back to old recipes and tweak them to be Paleo without the need for a special cookbook.

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