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    Does either/both The Primal Blueprint Cookbook and Quick and Easy Meals recipes list the calories, carbs, sugar etc.

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    I'm pretty sure Mark says his Quick & Easy book does have nutritional listings. Have a look back through his daily blog - about a week or so ago I think.

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    The PB Cookbook does not provide nutritional information and it also does not have an index, two major "gnat bites" in my book.

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    Thanks, I'm still new in Primal Blueprint and I need the guidence of the nutrition listings. Think I'll order the Quick and Easy Meals first.

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    I'm so excited for the new cook book, especially b/c it's supposed to have nutrition info. However, I have to laugh that it's $18 on Amazon, and Mark is asking $25 for it on his site.
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    Do most of his recipes use butter? I've sort of cut butter out, as Dr. Davis regards it negatively, not because of the fat, but because I think it affects insulin sensitivity.

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    Sam, you should be able to sub coconut oil for butter in a lot of things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Owly View Post
    Sam, you should be able to sub coconut oil for butter in a lot of things.
    Or bacon grease

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    Slightly OT, does anyone have a recommendation for an Indian cookbook?

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