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The One-Pot Paleo Cookbook: 100 + Effortless Meals for Your Slow Cooker, Skillet, Sheet Pan, and More Paperback – 14 April 2020
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"I have been a professional in the culinary industry for 10 years. I would definitely recommend this cookbook, especially to my clients with dietary restrictions. Shelby has broken down the one-pot paleo cooking methods, making it easy for the everyday home cook to prepare."--Brianne Krawczyk, personal chef and executive sous chef
"Easy, delicious, and nourishing recipes! Shelby brings you the best from her kitchen. Whether you are a novice cook or want to eat more natural unprocessed foods, this cookbook is full of tips and satisfying recipes. It makes me want to cook 7 days a week!" --Cindy Chan Phillips, RD, nutrition coach at www.CindyChanPhillips.com and president of New York district dietetic association
"Here is a cookbook for all those wanting to improve their health and keep it one-pot simple. Shelby has done the difficult part, learning from her own life lessons and cooking ideas and combining them into an easy-to-read and meticulously executed cooking guide. This Paleo cookbook has many new recipes that will help those following a health-conscious diet keep variety on their plates, effortlessly." --David R.W. Murray, doctor of medical science, competitive cyclist, Ironman triathlete
"If you're looking for Paleo recipes that are as tasty and comforting as they are approachable, look no further than this all-inclusive guide from Shelby. While her personal experience with this eating pattern speaks for itself, it's her step-by-step instruction that makes grocery shopping and preparation nearly foolproof. If you're going Paleo, let Shelby be your guide." --Nicole Rodriguez, RDN, enjoyfoodenjoylife.com
"Whether you are an experienced Paleo cook or still a beginner, The One-Pot Paleo Cookbook makes a healthy eating style pleasantly easy, efficient, and tasty. Imagine preparing a wholesome meal in one pot in 15 minutes or less. Shelby is informative about these healthy Paleo-approved foods, including a list of pantry essentials. An asset for any family kitchen, it is filled with great ideas and wise guidance about the basics of Paleo living." --Rhonda Walch, RN
About the Author
Shelby Law Ruttan was brought up in a very close-knit family where everyone would gather for family dinners, bringing the best recipes they had to offer. She shares her family traditions, lifestyle tips, and favorite recipes via her websites, Grumpy's Honeybunch and Honeybunch Hunts.
- Publisher : Rockridge Press (14 April 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 184 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1641527595
- ISBN-13 : 978-1641527590
- Dimensions : 19.05 x 1.27 x 23.5 cm
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My hubby and I eat a “mostly-Paleo” diet and have done for years. I’m always interested in new recipes and ideas. The reason I was disappointed by this cookbook right away is that there are too many recipes that are faux this and that, especially in the noodle department. In our household, we don’t try to find substitutes for food we used to eat. We’ve both discovered that, for instance, a thick pasta sauce is perfectly fine without pasta and doesn’t need to go on top of anything to be a satisfying dish to eat. Further, for me, I find that eating substitute foods isn’t helpful; it’s been easier for me to cut the very concept of noodles out of my diet. But that’s me.
I’ve perused the book and honestly don’t see any recipes that look particularly special that I’d like to try. A good amount of these recipes use the same ingredients in different amounts. It’s also not very inspiring to look at; One photo at the beginning of each chapter.
I can’t say this book is bad. If you like fairly simple recipes and are new to paleo, it may be right for you, but compared to, say, “Nom Nom Paleo,” this book is a yawn-fest. I hate giving not-good reviews when people put time and effort into creating something, but I can’t recommend it with any enthusiasm.
Until now, I have not seen this concept extended to Paleo. I have been on some type of lower carb lifestyle for 20 years. It's the best way for me to get weight off and keep it off, and it doesn't involve as much sacrifice as most other diets (none of which work for me anyway, by the way). So being able to stick to my diet with some simple recipes like this is great for me. Most, if not all, require 15 minutes or less to prep. I'll confess that I haven't tried any skillet meals yet. Part of what I like about one-pot meals is being able to prep them quickly, then stick them in the oven or cook them in a slow cooker, unattended. And this book has plenty of those.
If you are an advanced cook, and/or really enjoy being a chef, this book is probably a bit elementary for you. However, if, like me, cooking is a means to an end, I think you will find a lot to like.
Ruttan provides a list of equipment, pantry essentials, a one sheet of foods that are good, ok and to avoid and tips for prepping and storing food. There are 6 categories of recipes: EGGS AND BREAKFAST, SOUPS AND STEWS, VEGETABLE MAINS, SEAFOOD AND SHELLFISH, POULTRY, BEFF AND PORK
The recipes are laid out simply with no pictures of finished products. They begin by announcing the exclusions in bold green type: DAIRY FREE, EGG FREE, NUT FREE, MEATLESS This is followed by a short paragraph describing the recipes or offering tips on how to enhance or change them. Under the paragraph is Servings, Prep Time, Cook Time
A list of ingredients is along side a numbered set of directions under which are the macronutrient details: FAT, PROTEIN, CARBS in % - followed by the nutritional information: Calories, Total Fat, Sat Fat, Protein, Total Carb, Fiber,
Net Carb, Cholesterol in grams, all by serving.
The cookbook is laid out well and I haven’t tested the recipes to see if the times listed are good but by looking at them, my educated guess is that they’re going to be close, if your pantry is appropriately stocked. My issue with the book is with the cost for the package. There are no pictures and with 100 recipes, there’s nothing that really distinguishes this book as exceptional. IMO, it would be a better value at 12.99
All things considered, fills a specific niche in Paleo cooking but perhaps a bit over priced 📚