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Anyone else madly in love with the Primal Blueprint Cookbook? I've made about a dozen recipes so far and am just over the moon. I adore it. I love that dairy is optional and that everything is so easy. This is hands down my favorite grain free traditional foods cookbook-a must have for any kitchen.
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I received my copy a few days ago and haven't had a moment to crack it--need to move that up the priority list!

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I've not gotten mine in the mail yet (I pre-orderd a bit ago, but I am on the East coast so maybe it's taking longer) but I am SO THRILLED to hear that the dairy is optional and that you LOVE it PB!!! My fave cookbook has been _The Garden of Eating_ b/4 now, and I'm WAY excited that I might have a new fave!!!!

YAY!!!

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it's really good!

We got ours a bit early but I am on the east coast too...I bet you'll have yours this week.
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It's going on my wish list for sure!

I am not crunchy enough for this forum. Everyday I get a little crunchier though! :
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Where did you guys order from?
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oooo i want this book too!
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Mine came in last week and I lurve it!!! Love when the first thing is steak and there is a section for offal. <3

Haven't cooked out of it yet, bc I haven't really cooked much this week (1 night-dh grilled sausages, 1x tacos, 1 x roast chicken and kale. lol) but I cant wait to!

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I want this! I LOVE Mark's blog & forum - everything is SO simple - which is what I say to people when they ask about our Paleo-ish diet. Maybe this will be a good gift book for people who think cooking is hard.

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You can get it w/ free shipping and handling and a free poster directly from Mark here: http://www.primalnutrition.com/prima...book-i-36.html I don't think it is shipping from amazon yet...

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I want this! I LOVE Mark's blog & forum - everything is SO simple - which is what I say to people when they ask about our Paleo-ish diet.
Seriously, esp. after eating TF grain/legume heavy--cooking primal/paleo style is a breeze! Esp. if you skip the baked (nut or coconut flour etc) goods. What is easier than meat and veggies, and cutting up some fresh fruit? Mmmmmm...

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We got ours a bit early but I am on the east coast too...I bet you'll have yours this week.
Oh, I'm SO excited to get this!!! Maybe it will come today!!!

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Ahhhhhhhh gotta get this one!
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Great to hear! I was just on the website yesterday looking to add a few hot weather recipes to my repertoire and I was happy to have found quite a lot of new recipes so I will be very interested to check out the cookbook. Is it very egg heavy? We still can't do eggs (or at least not from soy fed chickens).

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So, is it not releasing on amazon until July 15?!?!? I totally cannot justify the cost otherwise, but I have an amazon gift card for $25.... Maaaannnnn....

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Is there a list of the recipes titles somewhere? Table of contents? I love cookbooks, but I don't want to buy it unless I know I don't have the majority of the recipes.

Also, what are some of your favorites???
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Bumping this thread to see if anyone else has purchased the Primal Blueprint cookbook?
http://www.amazon.com/Primal-Bluepri...=1RVDC79E0XM5B

I have been following the Primal Blueprint website for the past year, and I really like it! I keep going back and forth about getting the cookbook, though. I got his other book (the non-cookbook) and it was just ok. i wish I'd gotten it at the library instead of buying it; it was mostly info I already knew. I'm worried that the cookbook will be the same.

I also noticed that there are not a ton of recipes, only a little over 100, and a chunk of those are dressings and such. Do you find that there is enough variety to keep things interesting?
Any more "reviews" for me before I take the $20 plunge?
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