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Posted January 4, 2014
If there¿s anything I know, it¿s a Paleo cookbook. I like readin
If there’s anything I know, it’s a Paleo cookbook. I like reading cookbooks like any book at first,Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
cover to cover. I tag the pages and dream about what I want to make, then I go back with another
post-it flag and tag what I can realistically make based on grocery prices. Juli’s first foray into the
paleo cookbook world is charming. Her energy is high and the laughs are abundant.
If you’re a regular follower of her website, most of these recipes may not seem that new, which is
a bummer. Having said that, there are still tasty recipes to try. I actually stopped writing this review
midway, made her waffles, then continued. Compared to other paleo cookbooks, I wish there were
more photos and I wish the existing photos were of a higher quality. Juli acknowledges this in her
intro and says she isn’t a photographer, maybe not even a cook, so I definitely don’t fault the girl!
I can’t wait until her new cookbook comes out, which she is co-writing with another Paleo blog
celebrity, Civilized Caveman, George Bryant. I have a feeling that cookbook will blow us all away.
The best quote of the cookbook has to be: “The dimples on my ass increase when the jar of
almond butter disappears. It’s just plain fact.”