Practical Paleo Review Round-Up #4

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Thanks to the following people for their amazing, advance-copy reviews of Practical Paleo!

If you’ve been on the fence about ordering the book, perhaps one of these practitioners or bloggers who was lucky enough to receive an early-release copy will reveal something about it that will convince you that it’ll be an invaluable addition to your library! Check out more reviews of Practical Paleo in the round 1, round 2, or round 3 review round-up posts.

Listen to recent interviews:

Latest in Paleo – interview with Angelo Coppola
click here for the blog post/show notes  •  click here to download the MP3  •  click here to load in iTunes

Click on the reviewer or blog name to check out the review!

Robb Wolf
Book Review: Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo

Cave Girl Eats (Liz Wolfe)
Practical Paleo: It’s more than just a poop pageant.

The Humble Observer (Dr. Chris Stepien)
Book Review and Giveaway: Practical Paleo

Book Review: Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo

Zest for Life Today (Chloe Lauer, Health Coach)
5 Reasons you will love Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo

Beaming with Health (Jessica Mishra, Health Coach)
Practical Paleo Book Review and Recipe Demonstration (Video): Creamy Cauliflower Hummus and Vanilla Bean Tahini Truffles  – includes a video cooking demo of 2 recipes! Check it out below!

Virginia is for Hunter-Gatherers
Practical Paleo: A Paleo Staple

Cave Momma
Book Review: Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo

Collar City Athletics (Sarah Johnson)
The Great First Impression: Practical Paleo

Smooch by Robin
Book Review – Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo

Dare You To…
Get Practical Paleo

Primal Toad
Practical Paleo Review & Sneak Peak Video

Reading Your Lips
Book Review and Giveaway of Practical Paleo By Diane Sanfilippo (with a giveaway!)

Mindy DeFelice

Get to a local book store to grab your copy (I recommend calling before you go to make sure they have it and can hold it for you!), or order your copy of Practical Paleo today!

If you reviewed Practical Paleo on your blog and were not listed in any of the four Review Round-Up posts, please contact me to let me know- thanks!

  • Kathy

    I have this book already and I’m loving it so far!

    FYI – Your “Zest for Life” link is missing a colon!

    • admin

      Fixed- thanks!!

  • Jim Slone

    It’s great to see the success your book is having. I heard your interview with Angelo and was impressed! I’ve posted a bit about you and ‘Practical Paleo’ on my blog.
    Keep up the good work!

    • admin

      Thank you!!

  • Gary Conway

    Going to get this as soon as it is available in GB :-)

  • Donna Miller

    Loving your book. The chocolate coconut cookies are amazing. Can you tell me which of the meal plans makes the most sense for someone with adrenal fatigue?

    • Diane

      There is not a plan specifically for adrenal fatigue as it’s a highly variable condition with SO many possible causes/inputs that are not mainly dietary though they are often centered in lifestyle and mindset issues. Have you listened to the 3 podcasts we’ve done on the topic? I’d start there!

  • Sarah-Mae

    Ordered my copy today from Amazon and it could not get here SOONER!!! Excited!!!

  • Janis

    Hi Diane,

    I think I read your book in about 2-3 days and drooled over the recipe pictures! So far, I’ve made many of them to include the carrot gingerbread muffins (they reminded me of a nice cool fall day and something my grandmother used to bake back in the day!), Oh, yes, you must make the frosting for them-yum! The indian-spiced burgers (I used beef instead of the turkey) were delicious, my husband and I loved them! What I am enjoying is the incorporation of coconut flour more than say, using the almond flour. I always thought using the nut flour was a heavy dose of Omega 6’s and the coconut flour also seems to produce a lighter product. This is also the first time I have used coconut butter. And I never thought I’d have a use for tahini anymore, since I stopped making hummus with garbanzo beans. Thank you for opening up my eyes and providing these delicious recipes and valuable information! I would like to take on the AI plan, but will have to wait until some of those nightshade veggies are gone from our garden! Much continued success with your book!

  • Jessica

    Hi Diane,

    I absolutely love your book. I’m planning on starting the AI meal plan and was aiming at following it to a T as much as possible. However, I was out shopping last night I absolutely could not find canned grape leaves!? I’ve called around to all our health food stores and no one seems to carry them. Are you aware of any places that carry them? I checked at Amazon and it looks like the only ones they have contain some questionable ingredients…Any suggestions? Thanks in advance for your time!!

    • admin

      They should be in a jar near where other ethic foods are sold. Did you ask the store? In the event that you can’t find grape leaves, you can use steamed cabbage leaves as the wrappers. It’s not the same, but it’s tasty still 😉

      • Jessica

        Wonderful suggestion. Thank you. I’m going to call around to a couple more places but if all else fails, I’ll use the cabbage. 😀 We cooked the mustard glazed chicken thighs last night and oh my were they delish! My 7 yr old said it was the best ever!! Thanks a million!