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Seasonal, gluten-free, farm-to-table eating never tasted so good On her farm in Massachusetts, nutritionist Diana Rodgers has found a way back to a healthy, active lifestyle with a focus on nutritious and delicious eating, raising animals, growing vegetables, and balancing work and play. Anyone can have the same healthy, balanced lifestyle and a closer connection to their Seasonal, gluten-free, farm-to-table eating never tasted so good On her farm in Massachusetts, nutritionist Diana Rodgers has found a way back to a healthy, active lifestyle with a focus on nutritious and delicious eating, raising animals, growing vegetables, and balancing work and play. Anyone can have the same healthy, balanced lifestyle and a closer connection to their food—whether you live in a house in the suburbs, a farmhouse in the countryside, or an apartment in the city. The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook shows you how. With over 100 seasonal Paleo recipes, guides to growing your own food and raising animals, and inspiring how-tos for crafts and entertaining,The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook is a guide not just for better eating, but for better living—and a better world.


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Seasonal, gluten-free, farm-to-table eating never tasted so good On her farm in Massachusetts, nutritionist Diana Rodgers has found a way back to a healthy, active lifestyle with a focus on nutritious and delicious eating, raising animals, growing vegetables, and balancing work and play. Anyone can have the same healthy, balanced lifestyle and a closer connection to their Seasonal, gluten-free, farm-to-table eating never tasted so good On her farm in Massachusetts, nutritionist Diana Rodgers has found a way back to a healthy, active lifestyle with a focus on nutritious and delicious eating, raising animals, growing vegetables, and balancing work and play. Anyone can have the same healthy, balanced lifestyle and a closer connection to their food—whether you live in a house in the suburbs, a farmhouse in the countryside, or an apartment in the city. The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook shows you how. With over 100 seasonal Paleo recipes, guides to growing your own food and raising animals, and inspiring how-tos for crafts and entertaining,The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook is a guide not just for better eating, but for better living—and a better world.

30 review for The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook: Over 100 Delicious, Gluten-Free, Farm-to-Table Recipes, and a Complete Guide to Growing Your Own Healthy Food

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    After reading this, it is on my Amazon wishlist since I rented it from the library. This is a great book explaining how to raise different farm animals and what you have to do daily, weekly, monthly for each animal. Diana Rogers also puts together different farm “maps” based on acres. She also talks about plants and living a paleo lifestyle. I enjoyed her book about in season living and getting dirt on your feet. Definitely makes future goals for our next house a bit easier with what I want to d After reading this, it is on my Amazon wishlist since I rented it from the library. This is a great book explaining how to raise different farm animals and what you have to do daily, weekly, monthly for each animal. Diana Rogers also puts together different farm “maps” based on acres. She also talks about plants and living a paleo lifestyle. I enjoyed her book about in season living and getting dirt on your feet. Definitely makes future goals for our next house a bit easier with what I want to deal with with animals and what I’d rather buy from farmers. Worth reading if you want a country or semi country lifestyle. Great recipes at the end especially now that it is deer season!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn Amundson

    This is both a guide to growing food and a cookbook. Heavy cover and paper with beautiful pictures. It's kind of Paleo meets Prepper. I expected the gardening information, but not the information about raising chickens, lambs/sheep, cows, and bees. I feel like I could order pullets, build a coop, and have eggs in no time. There's also instructions for making soap, candles, and hard cider. The recipes are organized by season, so the meaning of early, mid, and late season will depend on your plant This is both a guide to growing food and a cookbook. Heavy cover and paper with beautiful pictures. It's kind of Paleo meets Prepper. I expected the gardening information, but not the information about raising chickens, lambs/sheep, cows, and bees. I feel like I could order pullets, build a coop, and have eggs in no time. There's also instructions for making soap, candles, and hard cider. The recipes are organized by season, so the meaning of early, mid, and late season will depend on your planting schedule and climate. The recipes are relatively simple but appealing. Roasted carrots with orange and tarragon. Lemon crepes with fruit (made with tapioca starch and coconut flour). Kohlrabi cakes with bacon. Garlic scape pesto. Almond panna cotta. Each recipe has an easy-to-read box that explains whether the recipe complies with a Whole30, nut-free, egg-free and AIP diet and, if not, what to do to make it comply. There are some minor editing issues. I'd love to know what you do with the Andouille sausage for the Zucchini Cakes -- beyond cooking it and setting it aside.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Hayes

    Think: Radical Homemaker meets Paleo and Bon Appetit in a much cleaner kitchen. This is a gorgeous book, written to inspire the home cook who is suddenly confronted with the budgetary and culinary challenges of living sustainably with dietary restrictions. Rodgers presents beautifully photographed recipes for each season, and pairs them with welcoming prose that draws readers into a way of life where, even without a farm, they can grow much of the food that graces their table. Oh, and she explai Think: Radical Homemaker meets Paleo and Bon Appetit in a much cleaner kitchen. This is a gorgeous book, written to inspire the home cook who is suddenly confronted with the budgetary and culinary challenges of living sustainably with dietary restrictions. Rodgers presents beautifully photographed recipes for each season, and pairs them with welcoming prose that draws readers into a way of life where, even without a farm, they can grow much of the food that graces their table. Oh, and she explains how to do that, too. Anyone fortunate enough to get their hands on this book will be mesmerized by the pages, and inspired to bring all the ideas back to their own kitchen and garden.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Liz Engstrom

    Extremely detailed info about farming, gardening, paleo lifestyle, etc. Is it possible to give too much info? Maybe... Recipes are very well photographed, easy to follow, and do not require many usual ingredients. I really like how the recipes are also coded to show if they are Whole 30 approved, how they can be modified, if they are gluten free, etc. I was hoping for more recipes and less reading on how to start my own farm I guess...good cookbook once you get past the introductory materials.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    This book is amazingly beautiful! I absolutely LOVE all the pictures and info in it. It is NOT anything like the "other" paleo books I have read...in a good way! She talks about farming, foraging, gardening, hobbies, cooking, and living all in this book. I love that I can get gardening tips and recipes for my garden goodies all in the same book. This book is amazingly beautiful! I absolutely LOVE all the pictures and info in it. It is NOT anything like the "other" paleo books I have read...in a good way! She talks about farming, foraging, gardening, hobbies, cooking, and living all in this book. I love that I can get gardening tips and recipes for my garden goodies all in the same book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Heidi Kuchta

    I really like Diana Rodgers' recipes, and will definitely keep an eye out for all future cookbook releases by her! Her M.O. is coming up with simple, gourmet, and primal recipes. Other than the fact that she insists on the use of fresh herbs, her recipes aren't too fussy for me. I really like Diana Rodgers' recipes, and will definitely keep an eye out for all future cookbook releases by her! Her M.O. is coming up with simple, gourmet, and primal recipes. Other than the fact that she insists on the use of fresh herbs, her recipes aren't too fussy for me.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kiernan

    The recipes have been quite good, but this is soooo much more than a cookbook, which is both a feature and a bug.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Michelle C.

    This is just a beautiful book full of interesting information about food and sustainability. Lovely layout, and delicious recipes. I love that the recipes are arranged by season.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Power

    Great how to book full of tips and hints for all those paleo wannabes out there.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jill Bowman

    A beautiful book. It covers every topic I can think of when it comes to creating your own homestead. I read it cover to cover.

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