These are my regular go-to resources, the ones that are always open on my kitchen counter, coffee table, computer desktop. My food bibles, as such. I take the bits from them that suit me, tweak them when I can and leave the bits I can’t.
This is my My ‘No 1 Mum’, my governing protocol. It is the rule book that I go to when I am unsure of something. In the beginning it really was my lifeboat- I consulted it constantly in order to navigate my way through the maze of my new eating life. I am currently on the full GAPS program, but initially followed the introduction diet for 2 months.
After hearing lots of great feedback from friends about this program, I decided to purchase the book as most recipes fit right in with my way of eating. My favourites are: cheesy biscuits, kale pesto, berry ripple and the activated nuts.
4. Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon.
If the GAPS book is my mother, then this is my Grandmother! Full of good old-fashioned recipes and categorized by vegetable/food, it has a nutritional integrity about it. A classic.
5. My sweet hole blog.
6. Elena’s pantry .
A comprehensive resource for all things Paleo. As yet I have only tried the Rosemary crackers but I am keen to try her other recipes- so keep a look-out.
This couple live in my local area but I am yet to meet them. They provide sound advice, recipes and most of all promote a positive relationship with food and eating.
Teresa is a well-known Australian chef with a conscience, who is a spokesperson for Vitamix.
9. Facebook- Aussie Paleo Chef.
I have only recently discovered this facebook page. Most of the dishes are fancy and complicated, so great for a special meal or exciting challenge. I can’t wait to see if he starts a blog.