Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat
Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat is the follow-up to the deliciously popular Well Fed, and it's packed with even more internationally-inspired recipes, mouth-watering photos, and easy meal ideas.
All 200 recipes and Quick Meal ideas in Well Fed 2 are made with zero grains, legumes, soy, sugar, dairy, and alcohol—without sacrificing fun and flavor. The recipes are easy to prepare and were tested extensively so they work every time—and so you don't have to spend all your free time in the kitchen.
INCLUDES 200 RECIPES, VARIATIONS & QUICK MEALS
Well Fed 2 includes 110 original recipes, plus 45 of Melissa's popular ''You Know How You Could Do That'' variations. You'll also find 44 Quick Meal ideas (no recipe required!) and tips for turning individual dishes into multi-course meals.
MORE THAN RECIPES
The book opens with information to help readers manage their relationship with food, including ways to identify emotional appetite versus true hunger, 30 reasons to do a Whole30, tips for socializing while keeping good habits, and a call to action to develop the best version of themselves.
INTERNATIONAL CUISINE MADE HEALTHIER
Paleo can seem restrictive, so a broad array of international recipes have been paleo-ized for delicious flavor without sacrificing good nutrition, including Deconstructed Gyro, Thai Basil Beef, Chinese Five-Spice Pork Ribs, Lemon Lamb Tagine, Tod Mun Chicken Cakes, Belly Dance Beet Salad, Garlic Creamed Spinach, Sesame Cucumber Noodles, and even Banana Pecan Ice Cream.
BURGERS, BALLS & BANGERS
Inspired by international sausage flavors, these 15 meatball recipes can also be shaped into patties or sausages, then grilled, baked, or pan-fried. It's exponential meat goodness!
Ideas for meals and snacks that don't require a recipe, but add zing to everyday eating for paleo newbies and veterans.
More than 100 of the recipes and Quick Meal ideas in Well Fed 2 can easily and tastily be modified to comply with the autoimmune protocol of paleo. The book includes detailed instructions for adapting the recipes for people who need to take extra care.
All of the recipes are officially approved by Melissa Hartwig, co-creator of the Whole30 program, except the Sweet Potato ''Waffle'' and the Banana Pecan Ice Cream.
In addition to plenty of how-to tips inside the recipes themselves, the book includes a short section that explains standard culinary terms so you'll feel confident in the kitchen.
Well Fed 2 has a 5-star rating on Amazon and was a Wall Street Journal best seller. It was also named one of the best books of 2013 by Amazon.
"Mel Joulwan has done it again: a beautifully designed, inspirational, educational cookbook filled not only with her trademark fantastic recipes, but also loaded with her wit and warmth. Mel inspires me to keep doing what I do. She fully lives—and LOVES—the Primal/paleo lifestyle."—Mark Sisson, founder of Primal Kitchen and publisher of MarksDailyApple.com
"Melissa's done the impossible: she managed to improve on Well Fed, the most dog-eared, sauce-splattered, well-loved resource in my kitchen. No matter if you're cooking to impress a crowd or just yourself, Well Fed 2 offers everything a real food lover could hope for in a cookbook: international flavors, inventive tips, vivid stories, and stunning photography that dances off the page. I could cook out of this extraordinary book every single day."—Michelle Tam, New York Times best selling author of Nom Nom Paleo: Food For Humans
"For those of you who have already begun to live a better life thanks to the first Well Fed, welcome back! Here, you'll find enough recipe variations, inspiration, and excitement to propel you even further down your own individual path of health and happiness. For those who are starting with Well Fed 2, you are about to embark upon a journey. Trust us when we say these are not just recipes, and this is not just a cookbook. The information contained here ignites your spark—and will change your life the way it's changed so many others."— Melissa Hartwig, New York Times bestselling author and co-creator of the Whole30 program