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The Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook offers guidance on how to bring your family together with the magic of real food. As modern life grows more hectic with each passing day, a part of living the paleo lifestyle is slowing down and enjoying the time we have with family and friends. This cookbook is intended to remind us of how precious these moments are, and that some of the The Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook offers guidance on how to bring your family together with the magic of real food. As modern life grows more hectic with each passing day, a part of living the paleo lifestyle is slowing down and enjoying the time we have with family and friends. This cookbook is intended to remind us of how precious these moments are, and that some of the fondest memories can be made while sitting at the dinner table with the ones we love. Savoring these moments, along with delicious and healthful food, is what life is all about. In addition to more than eighty delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes that are free of grains, dairy, sugar, and legumes, The Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook offers: Time saving tips and tricks to get you through your busy weeks Suggestions of which recipes to pair together to made a complete meal Ideas for how to successfully bring the family together at mealtime Simple shopping and prepping tips to help you save time and money Resources for where to shop to find specific ingredients


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The Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook offers guidance on how to bring your family together with the magic of real food. As modern life grows more hectic with each passing day, a part of living the paleo lifestyle is slowing down and enjoying the time we have with family and friends. This cookbook is intended to remind us of how precious these moments are, and that some of the The Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook offers guidance on how to bring your family together with the magic of real food. As modern life grows more hectic with each passing day, a part of living the paleo lifestyle is slowing down and enjoying the time we have with family and friends. This cookbook is intended to remind us of how precious these moments are, and that some of the fondest memories can be made while sitting at the dinner table with the ones we love. Savoring these moments, along with delicious and healthful food, is what life is all about. In addition to more than eighty delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes that are free of grains, dairy, sugar, and legumes, The Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook offers: Time saving tips and tricks to get you through your busy weeks Suggestions of which recipes to pair together to made a complete meal Ideas for how to successfully bring the family together at mealtime Simple shopping and prepping tips to help you save time and money Resources for where to shop to find specific ingredients

30 review for Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook: Real Food for Real Life

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tamdaqueenhotmail.com

    When you want to change your lifestyle to paleo she is a good person to start with, especially with kids.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Meininger

    I'm really enjoying the recipes I have made so far from this. Mayo, Ranch, Cauliflower Hummus. I like that the recipes are geared towards familiar flavors. I would have liked to see a bit more weekly meal planning a shopping lists broken down by week. I'm really enjoying the recipes I have made so far from this. Mayo, Ranch, Cauliflower Hummus. I like that the recipes are geared towards familiar flavors. I would have liked to see a bit more weekly meal planning a shopping lists broken down by week.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ami

    Disappointed there was nothing new or exciting; this had come well recommended by friends.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    Some good recipes and helpful information.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Christine Roberts

    If you are interested in the Paleo lifestyle, then this is a good book to begin with. Lots of good advice and easy, tasty recipes.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    This is my favorite cookbook! Every single recipe has a full page color picture and the contents have small thumbnail pictures with the page numbers and name of the dish. It really is laid out beautifully. The recipes I've made so far have all been wonderful. Best Ever Chicken Wings? SO good...we're having more tonight! Slow Chicken Curry? Yuuuummmmm! This is a cookbook, but the author does give a basic overview of Paleo and how she came to the lifestyle. If you want more in depth information y This is my favorite cookbook! Every single recipe has a full page color picture and the contents have small thumbnail pictures with the page numbers and name of the dish. It really is laid out beautifully. The recipes I've made so far have all been wonderful. Best Ever Chicken Wings? SO good...we're having more tonight! Slow Chicken Curry? Yuuuummmmm! This is a cookbook, but the author does give a basic overview of Paleo and how she came to the lifestyle. If you want more in depth information you need to grab one of the many other Paleo books out there. I do have a peeve with the book (and the Paleo community in general), and it concerns their stance on milk. I agree that pasteurized milk is one of the worst things you can put in your body. Anything good that was in the milk was completely destroyed during the pasteurization process and all that's left over is an inflammatory, mucus producing, sludge of yuck! The same cannot be said of RAW milk and raw milk products. In fact, there seems to be much evidence that the opposite is true. Raw kefir has been proven to be especially beneficial. My point is, is that Sarah Fragoso makes the distinction between grain and grass fed meat, but does not do so with pasteurized and raw milk. Raw milk should always come from grass fed cows. If you believe that you don't want to drink milk because it's for baby cows, that's fine, but to lump all milk together as being bad is just untrue and I wish the Paleo community would address this. Having said that, I absolutely recommend Everyday Paleo and I do believe that following the principles of the Paleo lifestyle would benefit everyone currently eating a Standard American Diet.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Laren

    A few years ago, my husband read "The Primal Blueprint" and decided to follow a Primal lifestyle. He has bought several cookbooks to help you do this, and I have sampled various dishes from all of them. I never really liked any of them until now. Primal and Paleo are very similar in nature, so he recently bought this cookbook. Finally we have recipes which I would actually choose to eat again (and have). The book is geared towards busy moms with kids, as the recipes do not take long to prepare, A few years ago, my husband read "The Primal Blueprint" and decided to follow a Primal lifestyle. He has bought several cookbooks to help you do this, and I have sampled various dishes from all of them. I never really liked any of them until now. Primal and Paleo are very similar in nature, so he recently bought this cookbook. Finally we have recipes which I would actually choose to eat again (and have). The book is geared towards busy moms with kids, as the recipes do not take long to prepare, and she gives ways that you can get your kids involved in the cooking (which usually makes them more interested in the eating). There are menu planning charts and shopping lists to help you easily follow those plans if you don't have time to come up with your own. We just took the book to the store with us to do the shopping. The hardcore folks should be warned that there are some small "cheats" on the diet, but they are minimal and achieve the goal of keeping the food delicious and highly edible, even for people who don't like to eat healthy (such as kids).

  8. 4 out of 5

    Natalie Cardon

    This is a great book. My book is spilled on, warped and stained-- well loved and used. My favorite things about this book are the lunch suggestions and the quick dinner ideas. There is a 1 week meal plan, and lots and lots of basics and tips. I've used her homemade chicken/beef broth quite a bit and we really like it. There is a chili recipe called Everyday Paleo Chili Colorado that is beyond delicious and flavorful. It uses real chilis (3 types) to flavor the chili rather than relying on tomato This is a great book. My book is spilled on, warped and stained-- well loved and used. My favorite things about this book are the lunch suggestions and the quick dinner ideas. There is a 1 week meal plan, and lots and lots of basics and tips. I've used her homemade chicken/beef broth quite a bit and we really like it. There is a chili recipe called Everyday Paleo Chili Colorado that is beyond delicious and flavorful. It uses real chilis (3 types) to flavor the chili rather than relying on tomato and chili powder. We brought it to the chili cook off at church, and to us, it won hands down. :) The book's focus is fall recipes. We were able to really enjoy it last fall with all the beautiful fall produce. But even last week, we made the pumpkin pie recipe. Because, why not? Favorite recipe hands down is Pumpkin Muffins. Even non-Paleo people that I have shared them with have raved over them.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Gillespie

    The recipes in the Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook aren’t as closely tied to how we already eat as the ones I found in Well Fed, it gave me some great ideas for cooking with kids, establishing healthy eating habits in children, and making healthy foods that kids will like. For example, the book includes a very quick recipe for Ranch dressing that leaves out the chemical/icky stuff bottled dressing comes with, and several flavorful ways to present vegetable side dishes without a lot of tricky “jus The recipes in the Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook aren’t as closely tied to how we already eat as the ones I found in Well Fed, it gave me some great ideas for cooking with kids, establishing healthy eating habits in children, and making healthy foods that kids will like. For example, the book includes a very quick recipe for Ranch dressing that leaves out the chemical/icky stuff bottled dressing comes with, and several flavorful ways to present vegetable side dishes without a lot of tricky “just hide it” recommendations. I particularly like the recipe for a zucchini salad (note: if you live near me and are one of those people who find zucchini coming out of your ears this summer, please let me know. I have such a black thumb I can’t even get zucchini to grow to save my life!) and appreciated the recommendation for kelp noodles. {Read my full review here}

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mica Humes

    This seemed like a good book for the Paleo novice. I've been doing paleo for a quite a while now though and the recipes didn't really seem to fit my criteria. Some were simple and didn't really require a recipe (might be nice though if you haven't done paleo for long) like cauli rice and roasted vegetables. The other recipes had too many ingredients for me to attempt them. They just didn't hit my sweet spot of not too time consuming (or expensive because of multiple ingredients), but something s This seemed like a good book for the Paleo novice. I've been doing paleo for a quite a while now though and the recipes didn't really seem to fit my criteria. Some were simple and didn't really require a recipe (might be nice though if you haven't done paleo for long) like cauli rice and roasted vegetables. The other recipes had too many ingredients for me to attempt them. They just didn't hit my sweet spot of not too time consuming (or expensive because of multiple ingredients), but something special about them. I will try a few of the recipes, but will turn to Well Fed most of the time.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kerry - Readkerryread

    I got this book from the library when I first decided to go Paleo. Which I am not 100% strict I have incorporate 90% of the time. This book was so good and manageable that I ended up buying it after I had to return the library version. The meatloaf was a really good staple to make and the homemade ketchup. I will be using this book a lot!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Felicia

    This book has some good quick information about the paleo lifestyle and gives good suggestions for fast meals and boxed lunches. I wish there were more recipes though and some additional information on the lifestyle.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Drew

    I really enjoy this cookbook. I have made quite a few of the recipes and they have all been good. I keep remaking my favorites so I haven't gotten through as many as I would like. The slow cooker curry is fantastic! She does use chicken thighs a lot but I just substitue breasts. I really enjoy this cookbook. I have made quite a few of the recipes and they have all been good. I keep remaking my favorites so I haven't gotten through as many as I would like. The slow cooker curry is fantastic! She does use chicken thighs a lot but I just substitue breasts.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Christina Schulz

    Learning how to incorporate a whole lifestyle to fit the palate of an entire family is challenging to say the least. Sarah does a fantastic job of giving us all the good stuff in easy peasy lemon squeezy form :)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shani

    This cookbook explains the Paleo diet and how it is oriented to the family. There are some wonderful recipes in it including a great slow cooking section. The recipes are not difficult to make and are easy to incorporate into your lifestyle.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Emily Tsesmeloglou

    I like the recipes in this book. They don't seem that complicated and sound delicious. We tried one tonight with great success, and I look forward to trying more. I also found her meal planning ideas at the beginning of the book helpful. I like the recipes in this book. They don't seem that complicated and sound delicious. We tried one tonight with great success, and I look forward to trying more. I also found her meal planning ideas at the beginning of the book helpful.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sheri

    Not just excellent recipes (which I've tried over a dozen) but and outstanding reminder to shut off the "screens", cook together, play together, and make a conscious effort to live intentionally as a family. Not just excellent recipes (which I've tried over a dozen) but and outstanding reminder to shut off the "screens", cook together, play together, and make a conscious effort to live intentionally as a family.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Bunny

    The first Paleo cookbook I've looked at. This confirms it. Of all the stupid diet trends that have come out recently, this is...well, one of them. A few good recipes. To serve over rice with loads of bread . Nom. The first Paleo cookbook I've looked at. This confirms it. Of all the stupid diet trends that have come out recently, this is...well, one of them. A few good recipes. To serve over rice with loads of bread . Nom.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Martha Smith

    This book is both an informative text and a cookbook. The photographs are stunning. However, I found that I could not eat some of the recipes in the book due to food allergies. But a lot of them are very good.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alexandria Luttke

    A recipe book to help guide someone who is beginning to eat a paleo diet. Initially, I was skeptical that this way of living would be simple; however, I have realized that eating a simpler diet is a better solution for me. I feel better with this diet change and I will continue to eat this way.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Alison Coe

    Although I would love to wholly adopt this lifestyle, I just don't think it is feasible for me at this moment. I was able to pick out a few recipes to try and hopefully mix into my rotation. Although I would love to wholly adopt this lifestyle, I just don't think it is feasible for me at this moment. I was able to pick out a few recipes to try and hopefully mix into my rotation.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Tara Eno

    I liked the first book MUCH better, I don't see myself making a lot of the things in this book for some reason. It wasn't as helpful as others. I liked the first book MUCH better, I don't see myself making a lot of the things in this book for some reason. It wasn't as helpful as others.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jamie

    I made a few of the recipies so far and they were really good (the hungarian stew was the best). I liked the photography and layout, overall it's really pretty good. I made a few of the recipies so far and they were really good (the hungarian stew was the best). I liked the photography and layout, overall it's really pretty good.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    Sarah has a nice feel to her books and website/blog, comfortable and welcoming. I have made 5 recipes in this book already for my hubby and 2 boys and we have enjoyed the all! Thumbs up!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    So many scrumptious recipes to try...I'm excited to start! So many scrumptious recipes to try...I'm excited to start!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    Eh, recipes are okay, basic enough for the everyday cook. I did like the "something extra" on the recipes. Glad I checked this out from the library. Eh, recipes are okay, basic enough for the everyday cook. I did like the "something extra" on the recipes. Glad I checked this out from the library.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Trish

    Great information, easy to understand. Not overly scientific, reducing confusion over what to eat and not to eat. Great recipes at the end.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Beth Hatch

    Best recipe so far is the chipotle pesto skewers. Loved it!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Deanna

    Liked it. Now to the recipes.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Angie crosby

    I have tried 6 recipes maybe and all but 1 are wonderful. This is a great cookbook. So far I've had no trouble staying whole30 compliant either. Definitely a book to buy. I have tried 6 recipes maybe and all but 1 are wonderful. This is a great cookbook. So far I've had no trouble staying whole30 compliant either. Definitely a book to buy.

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