My sweet son gave me a wonderful gift for Mother’s Day – the Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook by Mickey Trescott from Autoimmune Paleo. What a resource this book has been! I’ve just started reading it, so I can’t give a full report, as I’ve not tried a recipe YET. But I CAN tell you that Ms. Trescott has wonderful, easy-to-understand information about the AIP, including her personal story, as well as reference charts and meal plans that are linked to her recipes throughout the book.
The photography in the Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook is beautiful! The dishes look mouthwatering – not like a cookbook I would write about the AIP called “Kiss Yummy Food Goodbye: You’re on AIP”. (Catchy title, actually. I’m a glass-is-half-empty sorta girl when it comes to food elimination.)
If you’re considering the autoimmune protocol, I would highly recommend getting this book. The only negative I can think of is that it’s an e-book. I would love to have a hard copy in my hands to thumb through and on which to write notes.
Alrighty-then…here’s the down-low on what I put in the ol’ kisser today…
bone broth (which was made ahead and frozen)
carnitas (MINUS the cumin, smoked paprika and black pepper) served on a leafy green salad and topped with a pile of guacamole