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Cookbook arrived in good time and as described. It comes highly recommended by many people in the Autoimmune Protocol support groups I'm in, and I would recommend it too. Clearly set out, easy to follow. Apart from the cover and a full page photo at the beginning of each chapter there are no photos for most of the recipes; I don't mind that but some people prefer pics so just mentioning it. For me, fewer photos means more recipes and more space for a clearer presentation, plus a slightly smaller book that's easier to take with you if you want to. It's not as small as the Sheet Pan AIP book (which I also like) but more recipes and naturally a wider variety of ideas because it's not all sheet pan, though there is a sheet pan recipe in it :) Easy to read and understand introductory section containing useful information. Very happy to have a thyroid specific AIP cookbook. Thank you Emily and Phil Kyle.
Unless you’re looking for information that you’re likely to be able to find via the majority of search engines. Otherwise, this is a great book with lots of interesting sounding recipes to try. Sadly, there’s very few in here that are veggie friendly. I’m going to try to find an alternative
For a cook book it is very mediocre, no obvious groceries list, the list of smoothies is very limited and the dishes are repetitive. I was quite disappointed honestly that it doesn’t even have pictures… sounds funny but we eat with our eyes don’t we
This book gives clear instructions and not too much science. It gives delicious recipes which are achievable by the home cook and distils lots of recent knowledge into a seemingly intractable condition
Haven’t used the book yet. I’ve had it for a few months, the recipes sound amazing. Minus the sweet potato.... who actually likes sweet potato... not me. I love have detailed the author was with her information and how she wants to help as many people as she can.