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    Default Paleo cookbooks

    I've recently been to a naturopath for a few different things. Psoriasis, Insulin resistance which ultimately has resulted in multiple miscarriage. He has recommended (along with other things) that I go Paleo for a while. I'm more than happy to try something drastic as I'm in need of a change - nothing else is working so I've got nothing to lose.

    I was after a really good cookbook that's not too exotic. Simple but delicious. Any recommendations would be appreciated!

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    Pete Evans has a great one ( Paleo every day) or there are heaps of paleo recipes on Pinterest

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    I second the Pete Evans Paleo cookbooks I have the 3 of them - the family one and the fast food one in addition to the everyday one. Plenty of good online resources also.

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    Default Paleo cookbooks

    His recipes are great but I refuse to give him money. He's such an ignorant **** 😂

    I'd Google and look on Pinterest.

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    I feel a bit the same, @Sonja...

    haha

    Pinterest has proven amazing. I'd still love a book that I can use. Thanks ladies, will continue to research

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    He also posts recipes on Instagram but I stopped following him he is too annoying lol

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    Try your local library. I borrowed a paleo cookbook from mine but didn't really use it. If you find one you really like you can buy your own copy then.


 

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