Guess What Book You Can Preorder on Amazon!

September 21, 2017lectinfreemama
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If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know there’s one book in particular that opened my eyes and set me on the course to getting my life back. You can read about “The Beginning” in this post.

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The Plant Paradox

This entire blog is centered around the foods and practices highlighted in The Plant Paradox. All of my recipes are Plant Paradox compliant and free of harmful plant lectins, grains, high-glycemic sugars, and beta casein A-1 cow’s milk protein. I make something new every single day, and I’ve recently compiled those ideas into weekly menus for my weeknight meal planner.

 

 

The Cookbook

Despite being a “home chef,” I love trying new recipes and seeing what others come up with using healthy ingredients. Whilst browsing Amazon for cookbooks the other day, I let out an audible cheer (to my computer) when I saw that you can already preorder The Plant Paradox Cookbook! It’s set to be the companion book to The Plant Paradox, with over 100 recipes for smoothies, main meals, snacks, desserts, and color photos y’all.

I’m so excited. Especially for more smoothie recipes. That green smoothie is so…lettucy. I’m also assuming that the reason we have to wait until April to get this thing is not because of production time. The book touts its seasonal recipes, and no one gets excited about winter recipes (unless it’s cookies). In April, we’ll have a whole spring, summer, and fall to incorporate all of the delicious “fruits” of the summer harvest into our smoothies, desserts, snacks, and dinners.

I’m Not Going Anywhere

I will, of course, continue to publish my own recipes at a fast and furious pace. But I will be glad to have this book as a supplement to my own creations. There will also be tips about pressure cooking and “overhauling” your pantry (which I still haven’t done…hello 1-year-old whole wheat spaghetti).

I pre-ordered it because of the pre-order price guarantee. Who knows if that little number with a slash through it is anywhere near what the actual price is, but why do today what you could do 9 months from now? Because it might be cheaper. And you know you’re going to get the book anyway. Cause you’ll still be eating lectin free in 8 months, right? RIGHT. This is not the Atkins diet.

Click here to pre-order the Plant Paradox Cookbook!

 

 

2 Comments

  • Nora

    September 25, 2017 at 4:08 pm

    I hope you are feeling better. I am trying to eat lectin free – which i am old enough to know is like trying not to be pregnant… but I’ve been losing weight while I can’t figure out what to eat and what to feed my adult family…

    cranberry muffins are a mainstay of my morning…
    shrimp and a few other fish items, goat and sheep cheese, meats… salads…sweet potato, coconut flower, oil, sugar and almond milk… Do you have a shopping list I could start with? I am so happy to read your stories. I have been coughing, choking, throwing up for the last 15 years. I am 20% of what i was… I have been told i have 30% acid reflex, 30% asthma, and 30% acid indigestion…and 10% mystery but i also have vertiligo and i suspect leaky gut.

    1. Autumn.m.boyle@gmail.com

      September 27, 2017 at 1:33 am

      Oh my gosh, Nora, I really hope this way of eating can help you. It is so frustrating to not know what is wrong–sometimes I just want to give up, but then where would that get me? I battle gagging and nausea every day as well. It sounds like you have a good start. I really like to bake with cassava flour. Also, get some vinegars and olive oil for salad dressings and some coconut aminos for stir fry (can be ordered on Amazon). I eat a ton of avocados, lemons, and sparkling mineral water too.

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