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Paleolithic Diet: 50 Essential Recipes for Today's Busy Cook

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Paleolithic Diet: 50 Essential Recipes for Today's Busy Cook

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Aug 1, 2012


Everything® cookbooks are a popular choice for home cooks looking for fresh, original recipes that only taste you’ve spent all day in the kitchen. And now we’ve collected fifty of our most delicious and healthiest Paleolithic recipes. Here’s all you need to get started making satisfying dishes the way nature intended, from Breakfast Salad to Fried Avocado.
Aug 1, 2012

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Paleolithic Diet

50 Essential Recipes for Today’s Busy Cook

Adams Media, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc.

Avon, Massachusetts



Breakfast Salad

Protein Smoothie

Poached Eggs

Paleo Breakfast Bowl

Paleo Pulled Pork

Stuffed Tomatoes

Tuna Salad with a Kick

Shredded Chicken Wraps

Pecan-Crusted Chicken

Roasted Pork Tenderloin

Steamed King Crab Legs

Citrus-Steamed Carrots

Roasted Kale

Deviled Eggs

Crunchy Fruit Salad

Fresh Pepper Salsa

Chicken Nuggets

Basic Vegetable Stock


Scallops Wrapped in Bacon

Pumpkin Soup

Paleo Hummus

Paleo Chips

Vegetable Kebabs

Mango Chutney

Grilled Lemon-and-Dill Swordfish Steaks

Spicy Grilled Flank Steak

Shrimp Skewers

Jalapeño Steak

Salmon in Parchment with Baby Brussels Sprouts

Grilled Salmon

Pecan-Crusted Salmon

Lime-Poached Flounder


Fried Avocado

Avocado-Watermelon Salad

Avocado-Orange Lettuce Wraps

Apple Coleslaw

Chipotle Mayonnaise

Red Pepper Coulis

Mediterranean Tomato Salad

Nutty Chocolate Trail Mix

Asparagus and Cashew Nuts

Pistachio-Pumpkin Trail Mix

Roasted Spicy Pumpkin Seeds

Paleo Chocolate Bars

Banana Bread

Whoopie Pies

Almond Butter Cookies

Baked Bananas

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The Paleolithic lifestyle is not like most modern-day diet plans. In fact, it is probably the oldest diet in the world. This plan takes you back to the wisdom our ancient ancestors possessed before fast food, fast crops, and quick-fix diet pills existed. Back when hunting and gathering for food was the basis for survival. These hunter-gatherers were free of diabetes, obesity, heart disease, gastrointestinal disorders, and cancer. Their bodies were not inflamed and sick. They were lean, fit prehistoric athletes.

The Paleolithic lifestyle gives you the tools you need to lose weight, gain muscle, and achieve peak athletic performance and optimum health. This plan will work for anyone with any issue. It will bring your body back in balance and make you feel like you did when you were young, full of life with boundless energy.

Human food choices have been evolving since the domestication of animals. As the world started to do things faster, quicker, and in greater numbers, quantity, not quality, became the primary focus. Sure, you can feed more people on a farm that uses poisons to kill pests and hormones to fatten up livestock, but are these additives healthy in our bodies? Are these harsh chemicals building up in our family’s insides and making them sick? Today’s post agricultural world may feed more people, but it surely isn’t giving them wholesome, nutrient dense options that help

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