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Old 11-15-2013, 08:37 AM   #1  
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Does anyone know of any good paleo blogs aside from the daily apple? I'm getting really bored with the low carb food I'm cooking and looking for some inspirational recipes.
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the blog: Stuff I make my husband. She is incredible. i've never had a recipe that wasnt amazeballs. Its not entirely paleo, but it is *mostly* whole30 compliant. She even has an entire menu of recipes set up for Whole30 once a month freezer meals. And almost all of her recipes (at least in the recent year or 2) will include the no dairy version as on option. Her ridiculously easy peppers/onions/sausage crockpot recipe to eat with spagetti squash is somethign i make every week. Also, her chicken curry recipes and roasted chicken with turnips and artichokes. Yum
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I love these blogs too!
http://nomnompaleo.com/
http://paleomg.com/
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Thanks, I'm checking these out right now.
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http://www.elanaspantry.com/

Elana's Pantry, she does a lot of faux paleo bready stuff. You can't eat it everyday but it worked great in replacing it in stuffing recipes or if you are in the mood for something bready.
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There are also some great recipe books.
Well Fed
Well Fed 2

are awesome paleo recipe books.
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Well Fed is amazing cookbook with "normal" ingredients (sometimes I find paleo cookbooks are too heavy on organ meats and hard to find ingredients) and she only has one "treat" food that is clearly labelled. Everything else is fat, protein and veggies. No paleo chocolate cookies in this book.

The author has a blog. theclothesmakethegirl.com. Highly recommend!
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