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- File Size: 1744 KB
- Print Length: 80 pages
- Publisher: Echo Bay Books (19 Aug. 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00EO7DNUO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
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Paleo Lunch Recipes - On The Go Healthy Additions To Delectable Cuisine (The Easy Recipe Book 39) Kindle Edition
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Several recipes call for "sliced deli" turkey or smoked ham (lots of extra nonPaleo chemicals there) and in the back of the book is says plainly "Processed foods" are NOT on the Paleo diet.
Several recipes have an inaccurate nutritional content evaluation. For example, Baked Eggplant Rolls is a single serving recipe calling for 1 large eggplant, 1 ripe tomato, 1/4 small red onion,1/4 c basil leaves, and unspecified olive oil. I figured a max of 1 Tbsp for brushing all sides of the many slices of a large eggplant. Olive oil can "brush" quite a few calories onto the eggplant.
I get 335 calories rather than the 170 she says. This is almost double the 170 she states which is a significant difference. The other total values are within 10% so that's not so bad. But missing the total calories so completely is unacceptable in my book. Too many people count on this information being CORRECT!
On her Balsamic Veggie Red Cabbage Wrap, she's 10 calories too low, 2 g CHO too low, the rest are within a tenth. The missing calories are all in the carbs so if that is important to a reader, she's off what might be a significant amount on a carb sensitive or carb controlled person.
I think it is a good idea to list canned contents by ounces when referring to a "can" because they can come in a lot of different sizes.
I don't think of lunch as just a smoothie and the book is heavy on smoothies. They are also very high in "natural" sugar but sugar is sugar whatever its source. For many people, that can be a big drawback. It's not uncommon for a lot of the recipes to be above 50 grams sugar for a single serving!
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