Against All Grain: Delectable Paleo Recipes to Eat Well & Feel Great
“Danielle brings the lessons of personal experience and delights with a palette of beautiful and delicious recipes consistent with the Paleo dietary concepts.” – Dr. William Davis, New York Times best-selling author of Wheat Belly
“Danielle’s riveting story of life-transformation through diet is a testament to the many ways that food can heal the body. Not only do the recipes in this book comply with the Paleo-diet lifestyle, but she makes the grain-free transition effortless, and you will revel in each and every bite.” – Diane Sanfilippo, New York Times best-selling author of Practical Paleo
“Grains are healthy, right? How could you ever live without them? Against All Grain just might change your mind about a few of your ideas — and provide some tasty “food for thought.” – Robb Wolf, New York Times best-selling author of the Paleo Solution
“With everything from appetizers to beverages, this book — full of healthy, yet amazingly delicious recipes — is one of my favorites. Get yourself a copy — don’t miss out!” – Elana Amsterdam, author of The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook and the popular blog Elana’s Pantry
“Danielle’s inventive recipes and gorgeous food photography will inspire you to dash to the kitchen, thrown on an apron, and start cooking.” – Michelle Tam, author of the blog Nom Nom Paleo
“Against All Grain, by the exceptionally talented Danielle Walker, is loaded with healthy, exciting, and adventurous recipes that will leave your bellies appeased and your taste buds rejoicing, all while optimizing your health. Every bite sends love surging through your veins, warming your heart and reminding you of the true power of delicious food.” —George Bryant, author of the popular website Civilized Caveman and The Caveman Feast
“Danielle’s debut cookbook is a comprehensive collection of beautiful recipes that will help ensure that going against the grain is never boring. With inventive recreations of old favorites like Fettuccine Alfredo and Lemon Meringue Pie, and an entire chapter devoted to childhood classics, Danielle makes sure you won’t miss the dairy and grains!”—Stacy Toth, coauthor of Eat like a Dinosaur and Beyond Bacon
“Whether you’re grain-free like Danielle or gluten-free like my family, Against All Grain will inspire you to believe in the power to heal your body, one recipe at a time. Danielle’s tasty dishes will get you back in your kitchen, cooking your way to better health.”—Silvana Nardone, best-selling author of Cooking for Isaiah and founding editor of Easy Eats magazine
Having battled an autoimmune disease the modern-medicine way for many years, Danielle Walker took matters into her own hands and set out to regain her health through the medicine of food. After four years of turning her kitchen into a laboratory for revamping her culinary point of view, Danielle mastered the art of grain-free, dairy-free and gluten-free cooking–and improved her well-being, eliminating all her ailments.
A self-trained chef, Danielle is the new face of grain-free and gluten-free cooking, tempting foodies of all stripes with her innovative, accessible recipes for delicious, vibrant Paleo food. Paying homage to the dishes she loved from her pre-Paleo life, she has ingeniously recreated all of her favorites without grains, gluten or dairy in her first-ever cookbook.
Coupling her delightful recipes with elegant photography, Danielle takes you on a multicourse Paleo and gluten-free culinary journey from appetizers to dessert. Because Danielle knows that she’s not the only one with a finicky toddler at the dinner table, she has included a special children’s section with amusing dishes that will bring joy to any child and also pass any mom’s test for wholesome ingredients.
Omitting grains, gluten, dairy, and refined sugar doesn’t correlate with omitting taste in these recipes. Easy-to-follow instructions are complemented by mouthwatering photos that seem to burst off the page with flavor. Danielle’s recipes are sure to leave you feeling satisfied and exhilarated, rather than deprived.