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Our Latest Paleo Book Recommendations

There are a LOT of Paleo and Primal books out there these days. Almost an overwhelming number of them, actually. We were inspired by these three, though, and we think you will be too.

1. Fat-Burning Chef

We recently were honored to be chosen as a contributor to the new cookbook, Fat-Burning Chef, by Abel James of www.fatburningman.com.

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Abel asked 20 of his favorite Paleo and Primal sites to contribute some recipes and their expertise to this beautifully laid out cookbook. It’s on sale now here.


2. Primal Moms Look Good Naked

Our friend Peggy Emch of www.theprimalparent.com just released her new book, Primal Moms Look Good Naked. Since Peggy is one of the hottest Primal moms we’ve ever seen, I think she knows what she’s talking about :)

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This book talks about how gaining weight, having stretch marks, and feeling bad through your pregnancy are not inevitabilities. What you eat really can make a difference! It’s now on sale here.


3. Beyond Bacon: Paleo Recipes That Respect The Whole Hog

Stacy Toth and her husband Matthew McCarry of www.paleoparents.com have written what may be our favorite Paleo book of all time (except for our own, of course)! Neely’s favorite meat is pork, and her favorite way to cook it is on her smoker, and this book explains how and why you’d do that (even without buying an expensive smoker).

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With recipes like Smoked Spare Ribs and Cajun Rubbed Tenderloin, why would you NOT get this book? It’s officially on sale on July 2nd, but you can pre-order it on Amazon here.

What about you guys? What Paleo books are catching your attention right now??

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3 Comments

  1. Simone Johnson

    My favourite book of the moment is “Paleo Fitness” from Darryl Edwards. Paleo nutrition and workouts in plain English.

    http://www.amzn.to/PaleoFitnessBook

  2. I think a Paleo book dedicated entirely to carving up a juicy, succulent pig is right up my alley… ;)
    Gotta check this one out!

  3. I highly recommend “Rich Food Poor Food” in order to get your PhD. in ingredient-label comprehension.

    Additionally, it is pretty, easy to read (with lots of cool pictures) and is a great companion to prop up in your shopping cart while at the market! (Especially at Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods as their signature labeled products are often at the top of the many ‘steer here’ lists!).
    There are even COUPONS included.

    Paleo friendly? Yup, it was published by ‘primalist’ Mark Sisson.
    BTW, the authors, Mira and Jayson Calton, are part of the upcoming online cooking video program, starting
    on August 4.

    Enjoy!

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