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Category Archives: Weekend Book Love

The Paleo Sweet Tooth: Review

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In the world of clean eating, it’s hard to satisfy your sweet tooth while steering clear of common allergens like dairy, gluten, and eggs. Recipes are often too sweet, trying to make up for the lack of refined sugar with excessive amounts of natural sweeteners like honey or maple syrup. They often try to imitate cake-like favorites with alternative flours like coconut flour or almond flour, but end up falling flat for the truly picky palate. In her latest e-book, The Paleo Sweet Tooth, nutrition consultant Alison Russo overcomes these obstacles to bring you — I kid you not — Paleo candy recipes.

GIVEAWAY – Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide & Wild Food Cookbook

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Imagine a book that teaches you not only how to identify and harvest wild edibles, but also how to prepare those plants into mouthwatering recipes. Now, imagine if that book were a feast for the eyes as well, showcasing beautiful hand-drawn and painted, scientifically-accurate illustrations of the plants you’re foraging. Now, imagine if the recipes weren’t just one recipe each, but master recipes that can be adapted in more than 40 different ways depending on the particular plants and quantities your foraged. My friends! Such a book exists. I have it in my hands at this very moment. It’s called Foraging & Feasting – A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook. And this week, I’m giving away a copy to one of you lucky readers!

Mediterranean Paleo Cooking: Book Love

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What happens when a certified holistic nutritionist and Paleo eater marries a classically trained Algerian chef? Mouthwatering Mediterranean Paleo Cooking, that’s what! This is a cookbook I’ve been anticipating for months. Ever since my brother and his family moved back from Morocco singing the praises of tajines and slow-cooked meats, I’ve been experimenting with Mediterranean cooking in my own kitchen. So when co-author Caitlin Weeks contacted me about reviewing a copy of the cookbook she and her husband wrote, I could barely contain my excitement waiting for it to become available for sale.

The Eczema Cure: Discover the Root Cause And Heal Yourself

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Even if you don’t need an eczema cure, I’d be willing to bet you know someone who does. That’s because more than 15 million people in the U.S. are suffering from eczema at this very moment. Eczema is an itchy, often painful rash. The typical treatment of steroid creams? Doesn’t really work. Why’s that? It’s a short-term solution that doesn’t treat the real cause.