Paleo Cooking Review Roundup II

 

Although it seemed like a long time coming, Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry was released on June 18! While devoting some time and energy to promoting the book locally over the next few weeks, I am also enjoying reading reviews as readers get their hands on copies and start preparing the gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and nightshade-free recipes for their families and friends.

I hope these reviews help provide a representative sample of how the new cookbook is being used by some outstanding food bloggers, what some of their initial favorite recipes are, and how Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry might fit in with your dietary explorations and goals.

Redbook –Lauren Le Vine
“After drooling a bit over her recipes… it suddenly seemed like a manageable eating plan that’s worth a try.”

PBS FoodPBS Food
“A family-friendly collection of simple paleo recipes that emphasize protein and produce.”

Nom Nom PaleoMichelle Tam
“You need this cookbook. And it costs less than $15 –I’ve spent more on an uncooked chicken at the market.”

Against All GrainDanielle
“She has a talent for creating sophisticated recipes with minimal ingredients and simple preparation.”

Freerange HumanSean
“Delivers quite a few paleo variations that I have yet to see elsewhere, like bagels and sandwich bread.”

The Whole KitchenHannah and Aaron
“Elana’s a master at cooking with coconut and almond flour and many of the recipes in the cookbook really showcase that.”

Paleo ParentsStacy
“This is a great book with savory ideas.”

Cavegirl CuisineMichelle
“This cookbook does not disappoint with the mouthwatering recipes and drool-worthy pictures… very worthy of your cookbook shelf!”

Rubies and RadishesArsy
“She has us covered with this book from savory entrees to sweet treats.”

Ancestral ChefLouise
“What makes Elana’s book so special is that she’s created beautiful and delicious Paleo recipes that make you feel like you’re just eating any other “normal” meal.”

I’m very grateful to all of the wonderful people who have taken the time to read, review, and test some of the recipes in Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry. Writing it was a labor of love, and it is a physical manifestation of my passion for creating simple, easy-to-prepare recipes using clean, healthy food –something I strongly believe everyone in the world has a right to, whether it’s to accomodate food allergies, adopt a healthier lifestyle, help treat diseases, or to simply survive.

My new book is available on amazon.com, barnes & noble.com, and at your local bookstore.

Comments

21 responses to “Paleo Cooking Review Roundup II”

  1. I’ve been looking for a good Paleo cookbook. Thanks for providing the reviews – it’s always great to hear what other people are saying.

  2. What donut pan is recommended? I’d really like to avoid non-stick, but other than a small silicone donut mold pan, I’m not finding any other options… I really want to make those bagels!
    Thank you!

  3. I love Elana’s recipes because they work. I just made the blueberry breakfast cake which I read on Amazon’s site on the preview. I have bought the book as well. The cake was great , though I may have baked it just a tad too long. I will add lemon zest next time for a brightener but that’s just my personal taste. It is fine just as is.
    I eat GF but not necessarily Paleo, so I don’t use every ingredient as per Elana’s recipes, but it doesn’t seem to matter. I have made her Espresso Chocolate brownies from the website so many times with pecans sprinkled on top. They disappear wherever I bring them.
    Hugs, Elana….. and thanks. I can’t wait to get my book for the coconut milk ice cream. I am spending too much at Trader Joes for theirs. So nice to eat pure food with no tummy aches.

  4. Hi Elana.
    I wanted to thank you for such a wonderful book. I tried your Honey-Lemon Chicken – my kids loved it! Also, I rushed to buy a donut pan to make the bagels and they came out perfect. I wish i could substitute some of the eggs with something else because of my husband’s high cholesterol level. Otherwise, i’m hooked to your books (i have all three) and my family is enjoying your wonderful recipes.

    Thanks,
    Victoria

    • The myth that eating eggs raises cholesterol levels has been debunked, you can find plenty of sites with that info. This is a link to a site that states: “Egg yolks contain dietary cholesterol; this much is true. But research has proven that dietary cholesterol has almost nothing to do with serum cholesterol, the stuff in your blood. Wake Forest University researchers reviewed more than 30 egg studies and found no link between egg consumption and heart disease” http://eatthis.menshealth.com/node/186371
      Of course, please research this on your own. As I mentioned, if you look on the internet, there are numerous health sites with this same info. Hope that helps!

      • Thank you Theresa, i’ve heard that egg yolks contain the “good” cholesterol . I will definitely do more reading and research on eggs.

        • There’s a very good book that covers this topic – “Put Your Heart in Your Mouth – What Really Causes Heart Disease” by Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride

  5. Got my book on Friday (21st), Got my donut pan on Saturday and made the bagels right off the bat. Replaced the sea salt with garlic salt (everything tastes better with garlic) and I am in heaven. Who knows where I will go from here. Thank you Elana.

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