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    I was wondering if anyone here has bought the Paleo Recipe Book? It is an e-book that you buy online at paleorecipebook.com and costs $34. Supposedly there are 370 recipes in it. I stumbled across it but was a little bit skeptical since it seems to be a self-published work.

    If no one has tried this are there other cookbooks you recommend for the beginner with a decent amount of recipes?

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    The only one I`ve got so far is Everyday Paleo. I like it. I just mostly search online though or get them off forums/blogs.
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    • #3
      I got that paleo e-book some months ago, and it's languished on my hard drive since then, haven't made a single thing from it. There's nothing wrong with, it has a shitload of content, but maybe it's just too big and cumbersome to be useful day-to-day.

      Mark Sisson's PB cookbook is probably the best one out there (pictures are important!), but really, you can primalize any old recipe (within reason).
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      • #4
        Originally posted by pattyd View Post
        The only one I`ve got so far is Everyday Paleo. I like it. I just mostly search online though or get them off forums/blogs.
        This is a good one, and The Paleo Diet Cookbook is another decent one to check out.

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        • #5
          Another vote for Everyday Paleo. Lots of recipes, good pictures for each one, and I bookmarked 28 recipes I want to make... so far.

          I'm a fan of looking online too.
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          • #6
            I worship Everyday Paleo. GET A COPY!
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            • #7
              Thanks for the replies all! So far I've been relying on searching the internet for recipes also which certainly works, but I also like the organization of a good cookbook.
              I did look at Everyday Paleo also, she has a great blog and I think I'll buy the book based on these recommendations.

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              • #8
                I own Paleo Recipes Book. Its above and beyond all other cookbooks. It may be overwhelming for some but if you have an iPad like me then you will LOVE this cookbook to death. Its brilliant. Its more than a cookbook. Its a how to guide. Its set up beautifully. It does have that many recipes and they are all awesome.

                With that being said... its an eBook. Prior to getting my iPad I never dove into eBooks. I have a bunch of them and they just sit on my desktop or I print them out and never read them. If you have an iPad, Kindle, Nook, or other reading device then I guarantee you will LOVE The Paleo Recipes Book more than any other one. But, if you don't have a reading device then... well... I'd personally go with Mark's new cookbook. There are a lot of good ones.
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                • #9
                  I don't think I should be allowed in the kitchen with any of those ereaders. They would get trashed in less than a minute (greasy fingers, random egg bits, you get the idea)
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
                    I don't think I should be allowed in the kitchen with any of those ereaders. They would get trashed in less than a minute (greasy fingers, random egg bits, you get the idea)
                    Lol. The Paleo Recipe Book has 90% or so (maybe 100%) of the recipes on one page. So you will not need to touch it.
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                    • #11
                      Hey, I joined to ask if anyone actually tried the recipes from the book. I've heard tons of good things about it and being an avid cook myself, would like to try it

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                      • #12
                        After reading the PB cookbook and being relatively disappointed by what I tried out of it. I decided I was going to write my own.

                        Then promptly forgot about that. This thread reminded me. Thanks.
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                        • #13
                          The Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy cookbook is my favorite! I have tried numerous recipes from it, and everyone has been awesome! Great pics, and all 30 minutes and under
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Primal Toad View Post
                            Lol. The Paleo Recipe Book has 90% or so (maybe 100%) of the recipes on one page. So you will not need to touch it.
                            Doesn't sound like a lot of recipes if most of them can fit on one page :\

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by annieloux View Post
                              Doesn't sound like a lot of recipes if most of them can fit on one page :\
                              I think he meant each individual recipe is on one page, so you don't have to turn the page while you're cooking.
                              Durp.

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