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    I am looking for the most bang for my cookbook dollar I've "The Practical Paleo" on the way. I've held off on Mark's cookbook since I am still working my way through the free cookbooks he makes available. Eventually I will get it. Are there any others that would be useful? I don't have a large budget so recommendations are really helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catrin View Post
    I am looking for the most bang for my cookbook dollar I've "The Practical Paleo" on the way. I've held off on Mark's cookbook since I am still working my way through the free cookbooks he makes available. Eventually I will get it. Are there any others that would be useful? I don't have a large budget so recommendations are really helpful.
    I hit the web. Bought myself a 3 ring binder and started printing.

    PaleoOMG
    NomNom Paleo
    Paleo Diet Recipes
    Paleo Plan
    FastPaleo is a sharing site (pictures aren't that appealing)

    Have fun!

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    The cheapest way? Check your local library. If they don't have the book you want, ask about doing an interlibrary loan to get it.

    That being said...I love Everyday Paleo. I'm currently reading Practical Paleo.

    I have a...mild...obsession with cookbooks. Even so, most of the new recipes I try are from blogs, not cookbooks.
    Most people don't realize how much energy it takes for me to pretend to be normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHaselow View Post
    I hit the web. Bought myself a 3 ring binder and started printing.

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    NomNom Paleo
    Paleo Diet Recipes
    Paleo Plan
    FastPaleo is a sharing site (pictures aren't that appealing)

    Have fun!
    this is what i did too, only i just keep them as electronic files. you can build your own recipe book with photos, text, links, etc. and keep it all super organized if you have a google account.

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    Quote Originally Posted by primalrob View Post
    this is what i did too, only i just keep them as electronic files. you can build your own recipe book with photos, text, links, etc. and keep it all super organized if you have a google account.
    Excellent idea, thanks! I had checked out a copy of Practical Paleo from the library and really liked what I saw so went ahead and ordered it from Amazon.

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    Another place web site is Punchfork and just select paleo from the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHaselow View Post
    I hit the web. Bought myself a 3 ring binder and started printing.

    PaleoOMG
    NomNom Paleo
    Paleo Diet Recipes
    Paleo Plan
    FastPaleo is a sharing site (pictures aren't that appealing)

    Have fun!

    Ditto!!

    Also, Food Lovers Kitchen is a good site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by primalrob View Post
    this is what i did too, only i just keep them as electronic files. you can build your own recipe book with photos, text, links, etc. and keep it all super organized if you have a google account.
    I have all of the sites bookmarked, and print out my favorites. I'm partial to having it all sitting in front of me on paper.

    I share the cookbook obsession with others! Many cookbooks have Paleo-ready recipes. My latest is "Goat- Meat Milk Cheese" by Bruce Weinstein/Mark Scarbrough. seriously. Goat is good.

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    Paleo Comfort Foods! That's my absolute favorite paleo cookbook:

    Paleo Comfort Foods: Homestyle Cooking for a Gluten-Free Kitchen: Julie Sullivan Mayfield,Charles Mayfield,Mark Adams,Robb Wolf: 9781936608935: Amazon.com: Books

    I find it to be one of those few cookbooks where I actually want to make everything in it, as opposed to just a couple of recipes, so I definitely think it's worth the money.

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