Paperback: 224 pages
Popular blogger Irena Macri follows the diet 80 percent of the time, allowing room for the occasional dessert or drink. The result? She looks and feels great, but not deprived. Eat, Drink, Paleo Cookbook appeals to cooks who want to embrace a healthier diet . . . most of the time.
With just over 100 recipes, Eat Drink Paleo Cookbook is a general cookbook that includes a short intro to the Paleo diet. The recipes span the spectrum from breakfasts, to mains, to a variety of amazing sides, to easy snacks, to treats, to beverages. It has a distinctly Australian flair to the recipes. The instructions for each recipe are fairly verbose, giving you more than just a time, but also what to look for to gauge if a step is completed in your kitchen.
All recipes are free from grains, gluten, processed sugar and other no-nos of the paleo and primal philosophy. Far from being restrictive, they showcase the rich flavours, varied ingredients and fun, inventive cooking that can be enjoyed as part of any healthy lifestyle.
Complete with an introduction to paleo nutrition and philosophy; a handy inventory of foods to focus on and avoid; and user-friendly recipes and measurements, Eat Drink Paleo Cookbook is a must-have for the modern-day hunter-gatherer
About the Author
Irena Macri blogs at EatDrinkPaleo.com and lives in London and Sydney. She is passionate about providing inspiration and tools to people who want to achieve better health and wellbeing through Paleo/ Primal nutrition and lifestyle. Cookbook author, amateur food photographer, and a self-proclaimed web geek, when not travelling the world or hiking through the bush in search of a climbing crag or a waterfall of some sort, she is in my small kitchen in London or Sydney, or in a local cafe typing away a new post.
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