I was absolutely psyched to open my mailbox and find Tammy Credicott’s latest book, Make Ahead Paleo. I love preparing healthy and delicious food for my family, but meals I can freeze or even just toss in the fridge knowing they reheat well? They have a special place in my heart.

Bill Staley’s SUPER CLEAN PHOTOGRAPHY makes the book. Makes it. It changes fermentation in my mind from some disgusting, dank, dark, stinky, moldy endeavor into a refined, safe, and clean practice.

Pregnancy, along with a temporary regression in healing diet, and another flare-up came and went, and Danielle recommitted herself to the SCD. After some careful self-observation, she determined that some SCD foods were still causing issues… and made the switch to Paleo.

It’s clear how much experimentation and heart has been put into these recipes, and we loved everything we have tried so far.

We were all nearly in tears when this was gone. Figuratively. But our mouths were sad. This blueberry coffee cake is ridiculous delicious y’all. Make it. Do it. I’m gonna be making it again this week for when we have some friends over for brunch. Yup. I’m gonna double the hell out of this recipe and we’ll probably still run out.

Besides the gorgeousness, Beyond Bacon is full of wonderful information about “the whole hog” and seriously will make you want to buy a whole (butchered) pig. And there are recipes for every bit of the pig, from ribs and roasts to sweetbreads and the head. No joke.

30 Day Guide to Paleo Cooking has meal plans, shopping lists, and all of the recipes for a month of paleo cooking and eating. But my absolute favorite part is 2 pages near the back. Read to see why!

A few years ago, when I started cooking grain-free recipes, I heard about coconut flour as an alternative to wheat flour. I wasn’t sure how to use it though, and since it wasn’t a straight substitution, I needed some help learning how. Enter Bruce Fife’s cookbook, Cooking with Coconut Flour. There’s nothing flashy about this

It's MmmMonday again, and that means I'm back to review another food-related book from my shelf! This time, it's Sarah Fragoso's Paleo Pals: Jimmy and the Carrot Rocket Ship.   This is a kids' book, written in halfway-to-comic-book style, about a kid named Jimmy who doesn't want to eat the new weird Paleo foods (like

Paleo Cauliflower Hummus

This book. Is. A. Gamechanger. There are books explaining the hows and whys of Paleo, which might have a few recipes. Then there are cookbooks with lots of Paleo recipes and full-color photos, and usually a brief introduction and maybe a shopping list or “how to stock your pantry” type feature. But Practical Paleo by

I was so excited when I saw this book pop up in my instagram feed, and when it arrived in my mailbox a couple of weeks later, I flipped through it with glee. Like Paleo Indulgences, another Victory Belt publication, Paleo Slow Cooking has a thumbnail-index of recipes in the front. I love this style

Maybe 2 years ago, my mother-in-law gave me this cookbook, A Harvest of Pumpkins and Squash. I love fall, fall weather, fall foods… so I’ve enjoyed leafing through it and finding inspiration in its pages. Until this weekend though, I’m not sure I had actually made a recipe from the book as it was written!

This week, I’m introducing MmmMonday! Each week, I’m going to try a recipe from one of my cookbooks, let you know how it goes, and give a quick review of the book. You can join in too by linking up with something awesome you cooked this week! The first book I’m reviewing is Tammy Credicott’s

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