Top positive review
Whole Food based mostly simple recipes
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2019
I love the look and feel of this book. The layouts are nice, the macros printed with each recipe is much appreciated, and the fact that it focuses on real food creates a healthful way to go keto.
I am so confused by one of the reviews saying this book uses metrics. My copy uses tablespoons and cups and the like. I’m also confused by the complaint that there are too many ingredients. Most recipes have about 8 items and most of those are things like olive, oil, salt, pepper. There are some more elaborate recipes that include a sauce but those are the exception rather than the norm. I almost didn’t buy this book due to that review. I am glad I went ahead and took a chance. Because I like it. And since I’ve been attempting to be primal for two years now most of the items in the recipes are my staples: coconut milk, eggs, pastures meats, cheeses, vegetables, avocado oil, etc Aside from from jicama (which I love—had in a restaurant in another town) and daikon (these two are nowhere to be found in my local stores), the I ingredients are easy to find and what would would expect in a primal cookbook.