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Sweet Potato Chips - Paleo Dish

19 days ago, I reached out to the Paleo-verse to see if any of my favorite Paleo Foodie bloggers would be interested in submitting recipes to help me create a free Paleo Cookbook.

As of this morning, 42 bloggers have joined the project.

And the recipes have begun to pour into my inbox.

My plan is to have all the recipes collected by the middle of September and have the book ready for download by the end of September.

And because I love all my fellow Paleos, here are a few samples to whet your appetite.


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  • Woo hoo!!! Can’t wait! I’ve been hanging out for a resourse like this! :D

  • Awesome! I’ve been hankering for some good Paleo recipes recently and these will definitely be able to keep me content till the cook book comes out. Can’t wait for it!

  • How many carbs can a paleo-dish contain? Would the following qualify?

    1 (or 2) Joseph’s Whole Wheat Pita Bread
    Brush with olive oil
    Cover with a bit of cheese (Mozzarella or Pepper jack)
    Add veggies as desired (tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, and garlic)
    Add meats as desired (turkey bacon, chicken, ground turkey, or beef)
    Add spices as desired (oregano, basil, and a pinch of salt).

  • Wow, that’s some great stuff already on there! Can’t wait for the finished version!

  • In the new cookbook, can I make a suggestion that nutritional facts are included with each recipe? Since being more aware of my food intake, I only use recipes that have calculated nutritional info so I know where it marks up against my other foods.

  • That’s the beauty of eating Paleo – no counting calories

    Instead of focusing on calories or macronutrients, we focus on real food that is high in nutrients. Hunger drops naturally after a couple of weeks with no need to count calories

    If you were to use this diet to hit a specific weight (fighter, bodybuilder, etc), then yes, I would also focus on calories & macronutrients, but this cookbook is for the general public – so no nutrition info

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