“Cavelady Cooking” has 50 easy to follow recipes for people who are trying to eat healthier foods by adapting to a Paleo, low-carb, or gluten-free style of living. Hiliah Johnson provides six photos in her 97 page cookbook, causing many Amazon reviewers begging for more. “Cavelady Cooking” is Johnson's third cookbook, and by far her best to date.
There are many different variations out there on what is “healthy” and even more on what is considered Paleo and what divides Paleo from the Primal community. According to Johnson, “the Paleo diet is pretty d@mn close to the Primal diet, which is almost the same thing as the Atkins diet, and is also similar to the low-carb, the Slow-carb, and LCHF diet plans.” It would appear that every few years someone new has to come along and reinvent the wheel. One thing remains constant. Clean eating is best. Any food we can get as close to the source as possible provides us with the most health benefits.
Fruits and vegetables should be organic. Animal sources should be grass fed. Johnson dives into the ins-and-outs of the Paleo steps in an easy-to-understand manner leaving out all of the scientific mumbo jumbo often found in books like those written by Loren Cordain and Mark Sisson.
Hilah Johnson has a vibrant sense of humor and that wit shines through in her writing. It might not be for everyone, but Detroit Healthy Foods found it to be a refreshing twist in a genre where it can often get repetitive. The healthy food that comes highly recommended from “Cavelady Cooking” is the Breakfast Hash.
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