Paleo Instant Pot Cookbook: Simple and Delicious Paleo Recipes for Your Pressure Cooker

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Paleo Instant Pot Cookbook A new trend among people who eat healthy and enjoy cooking with minimal mess and time is the Instant Pot. It’s a modern electric pressure cooker that can also be used as a slow cooker, sauté pan, steamer, rice cooker, warming pot, and even yogurt maker. Using an Instant Pot can reduce your cooking time by a whopping 70%. The Paleo diet is inspired by the diet of our ancestors during the caveman era. Supported by medical and scientific research, the diet is all about eating healthy foods and staying away from processed foods and artificial sweeteners. It takes you back to the days of our primitive ancestors who did not have to worry about diseases such as obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes. This book will show you how easy it is to prepare delicious Paleo meals in an Instant Pot. Inside you will find: • The foods to eat and the foods to avoid on the Paleo diet • Tips for Instant Pot cooking • 63 Yummy Paleo Instant Pot recipes for breakfast, soups and stews, poultry, meats, seafood, vegetables, and dessert When the Paleo lifestyle and Instant Pot cooking join forces, the satisfaction of your taste buds is guaranteed. Scroll to the top of the page and click the Buy Now button.

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  • Publisher:Independently published
  • Date postings: September 8, 2018
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Tongue: English
  • ISBN-10: 1720172161
  • ISBN-13: 978-1720172161
  • Dimensions:6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
  • Weight: 6.9 ounces
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  • Paleo Instant Pot Cookbook: Simple and Delicious Paleo Recipes for Your Pressure Cooker Book Reviews:

    • tvinhkhiemad42

    • Ilfov County, Romania

    • 2019-06-26 11:22

    Unfortunately, I read this book after I saw the movie version, so the pace of the odd felt way too slow and I got frustrated with it. Seriously though, after Frodo guesses out that he has the Ring, it takes him three months just to leave the Precinct! But people else seems to really love this book, so I wouldn't take my word for it. Update: About a year after reading this, I picked up The Two Towers on impulse and started reading it. I went on to read The Return of the Crowned head, and found both monographs much more fun to read than the first book in the string. A note about The Return of the Crowned head: a good hunk of the end is just addendums; most of them are pretty boring and you can skip them without understanding too guilty.