Paleo Cookbook For Dummies
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The fast and easy way to enjoy a Paleo diet
The Paleo movement is one of the hottest diet and healthy-eating approaches, as people discover an appealing and sustainable alternative to the restrictive diets that lead to burnout and failed weight loss efforts. This modern-day take on an ancient diet—which excludes dairy, processed foods, and refined sugar—has helped thousands of people lose weight and keep it off. Now, The Paleo Cookbook For Dummies offers more than 100 simple and tasty Paleo recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, desserts, and even beverages.
- Includes an overview of the Paleo Diet, grocery shopping and pantry stocking tips, and kid-friendly Paleo recipes
- Offers Paleo recipes for every meal of the day
- All recipes are contributed by powerhouse Paleo chefs
The Paleo Cookbook For Dummies gives you delicious, flavorful, and easy-to-make recipes for anyone who wants to enjoy the benefits of eating the Paleo way.
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That’s about 3 to 4 ounces for women and 5 to 6 ounces for men. A serving of eggs is as many eggs as you can easily hold in your hand. That’s about two or three for women and three or four for men. To gauge a serving of egg whites, double the number of whole eggs. (Remember, though that the yolk contains good stuff: B vitamins, zinc, and choline, which transports cholesterol through your body.) Illustration by Elizabeth Kurtzman Figure 4-2: Protein serving size. Non-starchy vegetables: A
Vartanian, author of Rubies & Radishes (www.rubiesandradishes.com) This recipe has been vetted by the team at Whole9 (http://whole9life.com) and is considered acceptable for a cleansing 30-day Paleo launch. Chapter 10 Snacking Paleo-Style In This Chapter Keeping quick snacks handy Staying satiated with delicious Paleo snacks Recipes in This Chapter Roasted Rosemary Almonds Paleo Trail Mix Caramelized Coconut Chips Sweet Potato Chips Fried Sage Leaves Seaweed with a Kick Avocado Cups
serving. Per serving: Calories 928 (From Fat 374); Fat 42g (Saturated 15g); Cholesterol 417mg; Sodium 568mg; Carbohydrate 0.5g (Dietary Fiber 0.5g); Protein 129g. Note: Dukkah is an Egyptian spice blend. Chapter 15 has a recipe for homemade dukkah. Tip: Instant-read, in-oven thermometers let you keep track of your food temperature without having to continually open and close the oven (letting out heat). I talk more about meat thermometers in Chapter 21. Recipe courtesy Michelle Tam, author of
cauliflower and break the head into florets. Place the florets in a large mixing bowl. 3 In a small, microwave-safe bowl, mix the paprika, cocoa, salt, pepper, and garlic with a fork. Add the coconut oil and microwave for 15 to 20 seconds, until the coconut oil is melted and the spices are fragrant. 4 Drizzle the spiced oil over the cauliflower in the bowl and toss until well coated. 5 Spread the cauliflower in a single layer on the baking sheet and roast in the oven for about 25 to 30
thoughts all matter. Each of these variables creates the building blocks for the positive, long-lasting effects of living Paleo. Ultimately, your habits and patterns are the defining factor of your success in losing weight, healing your body, boosting your immunity, and aging gracefully. This chapter gives you the lifestyle strategies that have positive lasting effects, allowing you to live your life by the optimal design shaped and molded by nature. Getting an Overview of Living Paleo One of