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Paleo Recipe Books

I used to buy so many cookbooks as it’s great to have lots of different sources when trying to put together a recipe. In the last year or two however, almost all of my cookbooks have been in ebook format.

I'm a bit of a messy cook, so in my cookbooks it’s easy to see which recipes are my favourites – those with the pages covered in ingredients! Ebooks are a great solution for me – I can find the specific recipe I want to make, print out a copy to take to the shop to refer to when I buy the ingredients – and another copy to use in the kitchen when I make the dish.

It’s so pleasing to see more Paleo friendly cook books coming out all the time.

I Quit Sugar Cook Book - Paleo Recipe Ebooks

Whilst not fully Paleo, Sarah Wilson's I Quit Sugar Cookbook is a great cookbook for those making the first step – giving up sugar. This book goes well with Sarah’s I Quit Sugar program, but is just as good as a cookbook in its own right. As well as Sarah Wilson contributors also include Mark Sisson and Gwyneth Paltrow. Definitely a recipe book worth trying.

Trying lots of new recipes is a great way to get used to your new way of eating, without feeling like you’re missing out on anything.

As well as Sarah Wilson’s cookbook, I also like the Simple Paleo Recipe book and the Paleo Cookbook.

Do you still prefer traditional cookbooks, or have you switched over to ebooks? Which is your favourite Paleo friendly cookbook?

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10 replies
  1. Cornelie
    Cornelie says:

    My first Paleo cookbook was “Everyday Paleo” by Sarah Fragoso. Bought it about 4 months ago and it immediately became my bible! Even though I’m not very fond of coconut and there is quite a lot of that in her recipes. Recently I also purchased “Primal Blueprint Quick & Easy Meals” by Mark Sisson and “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Eating Paleo”. I’m still struggling with paleo breakfasts, and these cookbooks help a lot in that respect.
    I haven’t got an e-reader yet, so I work with the old-fashioned paper versions. And yes, the favorite recipes have the ingredients all over the page, in words and in actual ingredients 😉

    • Suz
      Suz says:

      I’ve not got the idiots guide yet Cornelie, would you recommend it? I don’t have an e-reader yet either, I just buy the pdf versions and print them out!

      • Kylie
        Kylie says:

        You can get a free kindle E-reader for your computer/laptop called Kindle Cloud Reader which allows you to download e-books etc :). Very easy to use. Personally I like paper books though I hate reading off the computer and I like to write notes etc lol

  2. Emily K
    Emily K says:

    How do you print from ebooks?? The kindle doesn’t allow it as far as I know. I would LOVE to switch to ebooks for cookbooks (and have bought a few), but I always curse when I can’t print and have to use my ereader in the kitchen…it’s just not as convenient as paper there.

    • Suz
      Suz says:

      I always buy the PDF version actually, as I don’t have a Kindle… Yeah, you can’t beat paper! It would be a disaster if I took a kindle or ipad into the kithen with me!

  3. Jade
    Jade says:

    I’m interested in the Sarah Wilson cookbook (even though her sunday supplement articles are HORRIBLE), but does she use a lot of wheat?

  4. Erica
    Erica says:

    So happy to find your website. I started Sarah Wilson’s I Quit Sugar book about 10 months ago, when I found out I was allergic to wheat, coconut and caffeine. Thought I might as well give up sugar too. I’ve gone almost totally paleo since then and I’ve lost 65 lbs!

    I haven’t found a favorite cookbook yet. So I’m looking through all your links! I have an ereader but I prefer to either have a book or printed out. I’m horribly clumsy and I know I’d run my device!


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