I was excited to see what would be included in this new Gundry cookbook, as I love the program, but I was disappointed by how many recipes include nightshades, especially tomatoes and peppers. Alkaloid sensitivity isn't helped by pressure cooking, and one of the reasons I was drawn to the program originally was that these ingredients were de-emphasized in previous recipes. Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese is also an important part of several recipes, but the real thing isn't available to me locally and is expensive to order in, so I don't use it. This leaves me needing to work around these ingredients in too many recipes, in the same way that non-Gundry-approved recipes do. I'm comfortable with pressure cooking already (love my Instant Pot), so what I want is a set of curated recipes that creatively avoids my most problematic ingredients; I don't feel this collection does that to the extent that earlier Gundry recipes did. All of the dishes look delicious and would probably work well for lectin-free cooks who don't have these specific issues, but not for me.