Friday, March 30, 2012

{Paleo 101 Books} Reader's Choice Giveaway -- Paleo Cookbook Guide


Over the month of March 2012, we reviewed 8 of the newest and best resources for following a whole foods, paleo diet.

Since you've stuck with me through this paleo cookbook-filled month, I want to give you something in return!

Here are the resources we reviewed:
  1. Paleo Magazine 
  2. Paleo Pals: Jimmy and the Carrot Rocket Ship by Sarah Fragraso
  3. The Healthy Gluten Free Life by Tammy Credicott
  4. Eat Like a Dinosaur by Paleo Parents
  5. The Food Lovers Make it Paleo
  6. Paleo Comfort Foods by Julie and Charles Mayfield
  7. Well Fed by Melissa Joulwan
  8. Everyday Paleo by Sarah Fragoso
Would you like to have your choice of one of these books OR a one year subscription to Paleo Magazine? 

I thought you might. So he's what you can do. I'm going to giveaway two books from this series. I'm buying them and sending them to you on my dime (because who doesn't love Amazon Prime free shipping?) Two winners will get to choose the book they would most like and it's on me! 

This contest is now over!  
All winners were chosen by Random.org!

Congratulations to: 

#24 "Hello there, I would love to have Eat like a dinosaur!! I have two beautiful boys, whom I struggle to teach Paleo because I struggle myself, that's why my second choice would be the subscription to Paleo magazine.  Thanks! Socorro G.

#9 "Definitely think I would like The Healthy Gluten Free Life" cookbook as it has egg/dairy free recipes and soy free. I'm reactive to soy and gluten as well so it'd be a good thing to learn those recipes. Kayla B.

AND because there were over 200 entries I had a bonus 3rd winner! 

#32 "I like paleo comfort foods a lot and have enjoyed several recipes from it." Marjorie

And thank you bunches to everyone for reading along this month through some of my favorite naturally gluten free, paleo cookbooks! 


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213 comments:

  1. Thank you for doing this!

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  2. I would like Eat Like a Dinosaur because I have 5 kids and we've been 100% paleo for 3 months and loving it! My kids help out with pretty much every dinner and I'd love to share this with them as well. my email is christina(dot)speed(at)gmail(dot)com My fingers will remained crossed! :-)

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  3. I follow gingerlemongirl on facebook, that's how I found out about this awesome giveaway!

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  4. I would have a hard time choosing as I am just in the educating myself phase of transitioning my diet (and hopefully that of my family too) to low carb and probably on to paleo and I would love to get my hands on any of the books. But I think my first choice would be "Eat Like a Dinosaur" because it would be helpful in explaining my food choices to my 4 year old son and would be helpful in moving him towards Paleo too. I really want to see how his life could be improved as he is starting to struggle with eczema, allergies, and possibly ADD. I think we could nip those things in the bud so he'll have a successful start to his schooling. bonnie at weboardshop dot com

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  5. I just found you this morning but promptly "liked" you on facebook. Can't wait to explore your blog more! bonnie at weboardshop dot com

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  6. I tweeted (and followed you): https://twitter.com/#!/bonnie0128/status/185742023112921088
    bonnie at weboardshop dot com

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  7. Shared on facebook (Bonnie Cramer Stone) at 10:57 am March 30.
    bonnie at weboardshop dot com

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  8. Just signed up to be a follower of yours on facebook--new to Paleo but trying it for an autoimmune disease with high hopes it will help where conventional medicine has failed miserably. Thank you so much for doing this. I would actually like your cookbook but it's not on the list because I need to make friends with my slow cooker. I have two and am lucky if I use them once a year. For some reason, it's intimadating. Hoping your cookbook will help me!

    Carolyn
    care_smc@yahoo.com

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  9. Definitely think I would like the "Healthy Gluten Free Life" cookbook as it has egg/dairy free recipes...and soy free; I'm reactive to soy and gluten as well so it'd be a good thing to learn those recipes!

    Liked you on facebook also!
    Email: kaylarayna@hotmail.com


    Great giveaway! Good luck to all!

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  10. great giveaway- Paleo rocks!!
    liked you on FB as well
    Lisa
    nicelyspiced@hotmail.com

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  11. Sharing on FB! Ellen - excellentjeni@comcast.net

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  12. Following you on Facebook! Ellen excellentjeni@comcast.net

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  13. My favorite of those cookbooks is Eat Like a Dinosaur. I already have it and have made 3 recipes from it. It's awesome for families with kids of any age. Of course, if I win I'd choose another book, probably Food Lovers Make It Paleo or Well Fed as I've heard good things about both of those.

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  14. Re-entering since I forgot to leave my name and email on the last one! Ellen excellentjeni@comcast.net.

    Eat Like a Dinosaur is my favorite since I already have it and have made 3 recipes from it. It is a great cookbook for families with kids of any age. If I win I would choose Well Fed or Food Lovers Make It Paleo as I've heard good things about both of those!

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  15. I am following you on Twitter now. Ellen excellentjeni@comcast.net

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  16. I have to choose just one cookbook??? I already have Everyday Paleo, Well Fed and Make It Paleo. I even gave a copy of Make It Paleo to my mom, hoping to encourage her to take more control of her health. I got a subscription to Paleo Magazine for Christmas. :)

    I would love to get a copy of The Healthy Gluten Free Life by Tammy Credicott. I work a lot in classrooms that support kids with various disabilities and food issues. Having one that covered GF/CF and Egg allergies would be wonderful! I enjoy making foods for the kids and getting them excited about what they can eat without difficulty. Recently I made Coconut Chocolate Chip cookies from Civilized Caveman and took them to school. One of the boys was SO thrilled to have a cookie he could eat that not only tasted great but that he KNEW he could eat without issue.

    sewingtre@yahoo.com

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  17. Tough choice which book I'd choose. I'd really like The Healthy Gluten Free Life by Tammy Credicott and Eat Like a Dinosaur. I guess my top choice today will be Healthy Gluten Free Life. Myself and two of my children need to be gluten-free. We are always looking for healtlhy, gluten-free cookbooks with tasty recipes that also offer good nutrition. It sounds like this book would provide us with options for that.
    mnveurink@juno.com

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  18. I also follow gingerlemongirl on FB.
    Nikki
    mnveurink@juno.com

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  19. I already own Well Fed and ELaD. LOVE them both. It would be a toss up for me on the next one I want. Either Paleo Comfort Foods, The Food Lovers Make it Paleo or Everyday Paleo. Eventually I want to have them all! If I win, I might have you pick and surprise me! :-)

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  20. I shared on twitter. Tina.brenize@gmail.com
    (I forgot to leave my email on last post. Once you approve, I will reply under comment with e-mail.)

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  21. I like on Facebook tinabrenize@gmail.com

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  22. We are all pretty much gluten free to support my husband who has Celiac disease. We all feel better the more Paleo we get. Would love to have Eat like a Dinosauer or Paleo Comfort Foods
    I follow you on Facebook and o Blogspot
    famlee@frontier.com

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  23. I am just learning about Paleo and combined with gluten free is a bonus!

    Thanks for your blog!

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  24. Healthy Gluten Free Life by Tammy!!!! Because....I've met her and tried many of her foods and she is an outstanding cook. Mostly, I really want to try the English Muffins....which aren't strictly Paleo but are healthier and closer than any other option I've seen. Love her products. Seriously!

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  25. I have read great reviews of the Eat Like a Dinosaur book so that would be my choice. Thank you for the giveaway. cindym119@gmail.com

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  26. So, I currently own part of these. My copy of Paleo Comfort Foods is getting worn corners already!

    The book I would choose is Well Fed. I had a bunch of copies right when they came out, but have given them all away - including my own!I like it because I do a Whole30 about 3 times per year, and all but one recipe in the book are Whole30-approved.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  27. I would choose Well Fed. I bought a bunch of copies at Christmas, but then ended up giving them all away as presents - including my own! The pictures are beautiful, and that's usually what inspires me to cook. Also, all but one of the recipes are Whole30 approved, and I do a Whole30 about 3 times per year.

    Thanks for the giveaway.
    Carrey Bull
    ruggerteach@gmail.com

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  28. I like Paleo comfort foods a lot and have enjoyed several recipes from it.
    Marjorie

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  29. I "like" you and Facebook.
    Marjorie

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  30. I'm very new to the paleo diet but been gluten free for many years. It is hard to choose but I would love "eating like a Dinosaur or the Healthy Gluten Free Life.....
    This is wonderful that you are doing this...
    blessings: sandrag

    lhasapetsatzoominternetdotnet.

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  31. All of the Paleo books sound great, however, I would absolutely LOVE Melissa's book Well Fed. I am so busy with my job and welcome the idea of being able to prepare foods for an entire week in just a few hours on a weekend day. All of her recipes sound healthy, delicious, and most importantly, energy sustaining. I love Melissa's blog and find her approach to food to be refreshing and inspiring and would be thrilled to nab a copy of her fantastic book!

    Thanks!
    Kate
    ksdodd@hotmail.com

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  32. I'd like to give Everday Paleo a try. Our diet could use a shake up, and as much as I try to ignore the effects of the Modern American Diet, the truth is, we're suffering. Since you gave this book high marks, I figure it would be the best place to start.

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  33. I follow you on Facebook :)
    Karen
    kmurphy29@wi.rr.com

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  34. I'm enjoying Paleo Comfort Foods and would love to try Eat Like A Dinosaur!
    Karen
    kmurphy29@wi.rr.com

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  35. I shared on Facebook!
    Karen
    kmurphy29@wi.rr.com

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  36. My first TWEET!
    Karen
    kmurphy29@wi.rr.com

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  37. I have heard so many good things about Well Fed. I would love to add that knowledge to my brain :)

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  38. I Follow Gingerlemongirl on facebook

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  39. Would Love Paleo Pals: Jimmy and the Carrot Rocket Ship..We just got Eat like a Dinosaur and my Daughter carries everywhere. I know she would enjoy Paleo pals too .. :)

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  40. Shared this giveaway on Twitter :)

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  41. Already Like you on facebook ,thats how I saw the post :)

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  42. I would like the Healthy Gluten Free Life. Why? I tried a couple of Tammy's recipes and I loved them! Of course, I would be happy with any of the other Paleo cookbooks too, as I am eating more that way! Thanks for the giveaway!

    Melissa C.
    regeneration31@yahoo.com

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  43. I would love Eat Like A Dinosaur. I have heard great things about this book from your site and other healthy eating sites. My son has autism and diet plays a huge part on his recovery. We have been gluten, dairy, soy, dye and preservative free for three years. I was recently hospitalized for three months with pancreatits and learning how to manage my diet to prevent flare ups. Thank you for the opportunity to enter!
    Melissa Vega
    Melissakvega@hotmail.com

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  44. I would choose Eat Like a Dinosaur because we are a family that cooks together constantly, and I want my 5 and 3 year olds to be involved in this lifestyle! My email is leah327@msn.com.

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  45. I would choose Eat Like a Dinosaur because we are a family that cooks together constantly, and I want my 5 and 3 year olds to be involved in this lifestyle! My email is leah327@msn.com.

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  46. I like Eat Like a Dinosaur or Paleo Pals. I really want my kids to understand good eating. i think they would really identify with it as they rarely listen to me! I have been contemplating ordering those when I have some extra $$

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  47. I'd like to win Everyday Paleo. I'd use it to help me plan meals that aren't just a piece of meat with a veggie on the side!
    melisa at toad in a boat dot com

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  48. I shared the giveaway on Facebook!

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  49. I liked you on Facebook, too!

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  50. I've appreciated your sharing of the various books and educating me a little mire about paleo eating. I think it's a toss up on several of the books! Maybe Everyday Paleo or Comfort Food. I also like the idea of preparing more foods ahead of time for the week.
    Thanks for this giveaway.

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  51. I would like the Paleo Comfort Foods book. Being gluten and dairy free for 2 years, I have missed out on many of the comfort foods I grew up with.

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  52. I would like the book Well Fed. I read the free preview and really enjoyed the information and recipes that were included. I want to see the rest :)

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  53. My fave of the books is...well, it's tough to decide on just one! I love every recipe I've made from Make It Paleo, but I'd have to say I've tried more of the recipes from Everyday Paleo, and YUM!

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  54. Shared the giveaway on FB too! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  55. I absolutely love Everyday Paleo, but since I have that one the next one on my list would be Make it Paleo!
    Janell Garwood
    garwoodjj@yahoo.com

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  56. I really enjoy Everyday Paleo, but since I already have that one the next on my list would be Make It Paleo

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  57. I follow you on Facebook!
    Janell Garwood
    garwoodjj@yahoo.com

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  58. I shared the giveaway on Facebook

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  59. I'd love eat like a dinosaur. It's easier to make kid friendly food in my household or else I wind up cooking separate meals for everyone.

    Sharon smrjbp at aol dot com

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  60. I like you on facebook
    Sharon. Smrjbp at aol dot com

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  61. Being new to a GF/CF diet for my health, I'm interested in taking it further. Thanks for this offer!

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  62. The only book that I have is Everday Paleo. I like that the recipes are simple and nutritious, and that Sarah includes a workout plan for getting stronger. The books in your line-up that I am really excited about and would love to have are Make it Paleo and Eat Like a Dinosaur (I would really love to get my kids more excited about our diet/lifestyle).

    Shelby
    sweetps123 (at) frontier (dot) com

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  63. I follow you on Facebook.

    Shelby
    sweetps123 (at) frontier (dot) com

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  64. I would love Eat Like a Dinosaur. Everything that I've seen makes it look like a great book to start with!

    jenn
    fastfeet17 at yahoo dot com

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  65. I would love Eat like a Dinosaur. It looks like the perfect book to start with!

    Jenn
    fastfeet (one) (seven) at yahoo dot com

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  66. I follow you on facebook

    Jenn
    fastfeet (one) (seven) at yahoo dot com

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  67. Great contest! I would also like Eat like a dinosaur. We are just transitioning into Paleo with the kids and it is going very good for the most part. I would like the book to help get the kids involved with planning meals for the family.
    Thanks,
    Amanda Trudeau
    amandatrudeau dot at hotmail dot com

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  68. I would also like Eat like a dinosaur for the kids. We are just starting out on paleo and would like the four kids to be involved with the meal planning.
    Thanks for the great contest!
    amandatrudeau@hotmail.com

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  69. I really want Eat Like a Dinosaur. I am hoping it would help my children to enjoy food more. We have a very difficult time with wanting to eat good foods.
    Cindy
    cindycindy at aol dot com

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  70. Like you on facebook!
    cindy
    cindycindy at aol dot com

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  71. Ooh, Paleo magazine. :)

    I posted about it on Facebook, Carrie.

    And if I'm not already following you on Facebook, I will be soon.

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  72. Eat Like A Dinosaur is like a bible for my son. He looks to it every morning to see what he wants to eat! Its a great resource and inspiration.

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  73. I have Everyday Paleo and I would love to have Eat Like a Dinosaur for my kids.

    Shared on Facebook, and I am now following your page. Please enter me in your draw! Thanks.

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  74. Hello there!!! I would love to heve Etas like a dinosaur!!! I have two beautiful boys, whom I struggle to teach Paleo because I struggle myself, that's why the other option for me would be the subscription to the Paleo magazine, thanks!! Socorro Gomez scrr_gomez@yahoo.com

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  75. I would love to win a copy of Well Fed, I love her stuff! I already own Everyday Paleo, Comfort foods and Make it Paleo so it would round out my collection well! My current favorite is Everyday Paleo, followed by Make it Paleo, but with Well Fed...who knows it might be my new favorite!

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  76. Shared contest on Facebook, thanks for the chance to win!

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  77. I loved Make It Paleo. All if their recipes are so delicious and easy! Subscribing to your blog!

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  78. Ooh, I would love to receive Well-Fed! I am partial to her flavor profiles, and she seems like an awfully cool lady. Please please please!

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  79. I would like Well Fed b/c the recipes are so great, and different than most of the paleo dishes we make at home now.

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  80. I would love to win The Healthy Gluten Free Life OR Paleo Comfort Foods...I don't know if I can pick which one I want more. I have to admit, I already have all the other ones that are not kid related! Love them all for different reasons. :-)

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  81. I would love Eat Like a Dinosaur. I have 2 kids and would like to improve the quality of their meals.

    Thanks!!
    Rachel
    rsimon99@gmail.com

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  82. Wow, great giveaway! I guess my choice would be The Food Lovers Make it Paleo. I've been pinning for their book for a few months now. I've made a few of their recipes and everything has been fabby!

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  83. Liked you on FB.

    Rachel
    rsimon99@gmail.com

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  84. I've been following you for about a year now :)

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  85. I shared on twitter as well!

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  86. Shared on FB.

    Rachel
    rsimon99@gmail.com

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  87. Tweeted as well.

    Thanks!
    Rachel
    rsimon99@gmail.com

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  88. I haven't read any of the books except a sample of Well Fed (which was fantastic). I'd love that one, Make it Paleo, or Eat Like a Dinasaur. Hmmm, such a hard decision!

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  89. Being a chef, it's so much fun finding new recipes and being creative to make them "paleofied" <- soon that will be a new word.

    I have "Make it Paleo" and have borrowed "Paleo Comfort Foods" but would love to read "Well Fed" and "Everyday Paleo" Having an autoimmune hashimotos hypothyroid issue, I'm fighting CW and trying to see if this will prevent my future medication. DID I MENTION I LOVE FOOD. :) Thank you so much for the generous giveaway!

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  90. I am following you on facebook!

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  91. I shared your fb giveaway!

    Ruth notthatshort07@gmail.com

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  92. I am following you on twitter :)

    Ruth- notthatshort07@gmail.com

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  93. Hi!

    I shared this post on facebook as well as liking your page! :)

    I think what I would be most interested in is either The Food Lovers Make it Paleo, or Well Fed.

    I just recently purchased Paleo Comfort Foods and I LOVE IT!!! I think it along with the addition of the two books above will help even more along with my journey into the paleo lifestyle.

    I have had a difficult time getting my family on board with me throughout this experience but since I received Paleo Comfort Foods it has been easier to transition them; I guess it's easier for them to see recipes in a cook book than me telling them what is what, and that eating this way can actually really be delicious and not depriving at all.

    It has also made my life a little easier by having a go-to for finding easy recipes when feeling a little stressed on what I should be eating, instead of grabbing something quick and probably unhealthy solely for convenience sake. I had usually before just done a search online for recipes, which can be a little time consuming if you're having a hard time finding something specific.

    Anyway, thanks for having this contest up! I didn't know about your blog until someone posted this on FB, I'll be checking out the rest of your blog! Cheers! :)

    Joanne

    JoanneLHans@hotmail.com

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  94. I'd love all of these books, but especially The Healthy Gluten Free Life, 3 of the 4 people I cook for (including me) are gluten-free and we're all as processed/refined-free as possible!

    (It's not easy to find veg-heavy, broth-OK recipes without rice pasta or somesuch these days...)

    =)

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  95. I already follow you on Facebook. Does that count as an entry? Have for months and months.

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  96. Facebooked! (Just message me on fb when I win please ;)

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  97. Tweeted! @puppyshine on Twitter too

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  98. I absolutely Love Love Love "Well Fed" by Melissa Joulwan. Every recipe comes out delicious, you just can't go wrong. I love the way she walks you through organizing and preparing your meals for the week ahead. I love the suggestions for alternatives to the basic recipe. I think she's a genius with her use of spices and herbs and she knows how to really pull the maximum flavor from every ingredient. She is, in my opinion, the "Julia Child" of Paleo.

    I have shared the contest on Facebook and Twittered and "liked" your Facebook page. THANK YOU!

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  99. My favorite cookbook is Well Fed by Melissa Joulwan. I love the way she organizes her cooking and meal planning for the week and her BBQ Pork Fried “Rice” is so wonderful. I liked you on FB too. Thanks! Kendraspan(@) gmail.com

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  100. I have not used any of these, but if I win, I'll pick Well Fed. Thanks! vankeurens at juno dot com.

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  101. And I also liked you on Facebook. :)

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  102. I love Everyday Paleo. My crossfit posts a lot from the website, so this was really my foundation getting into paleo. And Well Fed is well, awesome. I also love theclothesmakethegirl blog, that is how I found you!

    Thanks,
    Amanda Allen
    amandaaallen@gmail.com

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  103. I am following on facebook.

    Amanda Allen
    amandaaallen@gmail.com

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  104. I shared on facebook.

    Amanda Allen

    amandaaallen@gmail.com

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  105. My favorite cookbook for the moment is Eat Like a Dinosaur! But two weeks ago it was Well Fed...I think your whole list is great.

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  106. This is soooo tough as they all look amazing!
    Since I have to choose - Everyday Paleo by Sarah Fragoso
    I'm all about good food and I did glance through this at my sister's house.
    The recipes look fantastic and the support pages in the beginning look like they would really help me to fully embrace this lifestyle!

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  107. I would love to own Well Fed, because I've heard such great things about it and while all of them look great, the recipes that I've seen reviewed are most like what I would want to eat and would be able to easily make, as a busy high school student. :)

    Marielle, at marielle.moore93[at]gmail.com

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  108. I just liked you on facebook!

    Marielle [Elise, on facebook], at marielle.moore93[at]gmail.com

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  109. Just shared this post on facebook! No twitter, so this is it for me, but thanks so much for this giveaway. :)

    Marielle [Elise, on facebook] at marielle.moore93[at]gmail.com

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  110. I would love the ELAD book, My daughter was just diagnosed with ADHD and I don't want to put her on meds, want to taker her paleon instead but she is supper picky with food. Help!

    nicole

    nicolepotter@mac.com

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  111. I love love love my copy of Paleo Comfort Foods. Fried chicken? Hell yeah! I honestly use it every month. It is full of post-it tabs so I can find my favorite recipes. Now if I won, I crave ELaD. Stacy and Matt are my heroes!

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  112. I just shared this giveaway on Facebook. May the best woman win. Or man. If that's how it's gotta be.

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  113. And lastly, I follow Gingerlemongirl on Facebook. Awesomeness!

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  114. Drat, I have to choose? My favorite from this list is Well Fed. I love the theclothesmakethegirl blog, and enjoy looking at the pdf preview. I have made several of the recipes on the blog and one from the preview, and I would absolutely love the book. Which is gorgeous, by the way. (Eat Like Dinosaurs would be a close second.)

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  115. I really like Eat Like A Dinosaur but would love to win one of the other books, most of them are on my wish list

    Kristin W
    kweigelcm@yahoo.com

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  116. Liked you on FB, not sure why I hadn't already:)
    Kristin
    kweigelcm@yahoo.com

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  117. I liked you on Facebook!

    Laidlawrk@gmail.com

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  118. I haven't read any of these, but am thinking of going Paleo with my family. We have 6 kids and we've been farming for the last couple of years. The Paleo diet sounds like a good fit, but I haven't made the leap yet. Winning one of these books would probably give me the nudge I need. Thank you.

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  119. Just tweeted about the contest!
    Denise denisedeitchman@gmail.com

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  120. I am brand new to Paleo and so far loving it! I don't have a favorite cookbook yet because I am still exmploring! I love finding new recipes and cooking new food.

    Denise denisedeitchman@gmail.com

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  121. I liked you on FB!!

    Denise denisedeitchman@gmail.com

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  122. I shared giveaway on facebook :)

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  123. My favorite book is "paleo comfort foods". I love any type of comfort food and this book allows you to still enjoy your favorite dishes but in paleo version!

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  124. Well Fed is my new favorite. I adore the recipes and all the spiciness! :-)

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  125. I shared your contest on twitter. https://twitter.com/#!/LauriRottmayer/status/187626034873647107

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  126. I liked your page on facebook. :-)

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  127. Shared the contest on facebook. :-)

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  128. I think that my email is attached to my google account but just in case it's not, I'm lauri at laurirottmayer dot com. :-)

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  129. favorite book from the list is Food Lover's Make It Paleo. I use it religiously.

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  130. Shared via Facebook

    On my why I like it post....the book easy very well laid out (I think better than some of the others) and very easy to use. It stays on my kitchen counter why some of the others mentioned above are on the bookshelf to use more a reference if I can't find it in "Make It Paleo"

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  131. Paleo Magazine is my chose, I like the articles and others opinion.
    lyd4jc@yahoo.com

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  132. My fave book on this list is Well Fed. I've been cooking from Melissa's blog for the past year and a half, and I'm so so so happy that she finally has all her yumminess out in a book. Can not say enough good things about this book. You can also get a pdf version which you can read on your Kindle or iPad for an additional $1 when you buy the book so you can feel ok about lending your copy out to share the love.

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  133. My favorite is Well Fed. I have been cooking from Melissa's blog for about a year and a half, and she seriously has some fo the best recipes, paleo or not. Each recipe has been lovingly perfected and thoroughly tested, and you can not go wrong cooking her stuff. If you get the print version, you can also get the PDF version for only $1 more, and then have it on your mobile device. super handy for shopping, or if you want to lend your hard copy to a friend and share the love. my email is bcolmer at gee mail dot com. Hope I win!!

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  134. I shared your contest on facebook!
    Sarah
    sarahbanks76 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  135. I liked your page on facebook!
    sarahbanks76 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  136. I love so many of these cookbooks. I use my Well Fed, Paleo Comfort Foods, and Make it Paleo cookbooks non-stop. It has been so much fun trying recipe after recipe that are all mouthwatering! I would also love to own Everyday Paleo!
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  137. I like you on Facebook. Holly Smith hsmth1980@gmail.com

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  138. I shared this on Facebook Holly Smith Hsmith1980@gmail.com

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  139. I would want either ELaD to help explain to my shildren ( and anyone else) why we are choseing to go Paleo. OR I would want the comfort foods one. I am not missing those foods, but my husband sure is. I am just getting started, and am so thankful to blogs like yours. Holly Smith hsmith1980@gmail.com

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  140. I would like to get Well Fed because it's dairy free.

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  141. Wow firstly thanks so much for the giveaway, secondly that is a hard decision as I am a bit of a newbie, but I think Everyday Paleo would be my choice. I have tried a few of Sarah's recipes from her blog and they have been great!

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  142. I also have shared on FB

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  143. And like GLG on FB

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  144. I already have most of these books but have been looking at Well Fed as my next purchase. Would love to win it! I need to inspiration to get me back on track (had bread and wedding cake a week and a half ago at my wedding and that was it for a week).

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  145. I love Paleo Comfort Foods (helps a Southern girl like me stick with it). However, I need some inspiration to get back on track and would love to get Well Fed since I've heard such great things about it. I slipped up at my wedding a week and a half ago and had bread and wedding cake and had a really bad week after that.

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  146. Oh, and I have liked your page on Facebook.

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  147. I would like Well Fed and the reason is that I like the personality I 'hear' when I read Melissa J's blog. Plus the food sounds dang yummy!

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  149. FB'd the post. Tan Ya

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  150. Liked Gingerlemongirl on FB. Tan Ya

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  151. I have and love the ebook version of Well Fed, and I would love to have a hard copy to lend to people and flip through for inspiration.

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  152. I shared your post on Facebook.
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  153. I "liked" your Facebook page.
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  154. I'm trying to get back to my 30 Day Challenge. I LOVE my Everyday Paleo cookbook. I've seen recipes from Paleo Comfort Foods that sound amazing so I'd like a copy of that. Paleo Pals might be great to have so I could work on improving the diets of my daycare children! Thanks for running this contest. I'll be exploring your site since today is the first day I've seen it!
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  155. I absolutely love Well Fed by Melissa Joulwan. I'm working my way through the recipes- so far, everything has been amazing, plus her weekly cookup is what inspired me to try Paleo in the first place- that it would be manageable to stick with. I use at least 3-4 recipes every week!
    Since I've already got that, I would choose the magazine subscription. I love getting new information and recipes regularly- plus I think that it would help me out when I'm trying to be seasonal.
    I have shared this giveaway on facebook and am now following you on facebook.
    Jennifer
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  156. I think I'd like ELaD. I love their blog, and I'm sure I'd try the recipes.

    Diane
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  157. I liked you on Facebook.

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  158. Dino book! Might help me feed our children on our Paleo journey
    Melanie Wyrick

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  159. LOVE Everyday Paleo and Paleo Magazine. jschragers@comcast.net

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  160. Everyday Paleo by Sarah Fragoso just came in the mail today and I have been enjoying the information and recipes sound amazing.
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  161. Follow Gingerlemongirl on facebook
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  162. Well Fed by Melissa Joulwan - I would love to make my meals for the week in advance! My biggest failure issue is not planning ahead!
    Love your blog!!
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  163. Shared this giveaway on FB
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  164. Following you on Facebook!!!
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  165. Shared your giveaway on Twitter! Following you also!!
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  166. Liked you on FB!!
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  167. Shared your giveaway on Facebook!
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  168. Liked you on FB
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  169. Well Fed is my favorite book out of your list by far - there isnt a single thing that we have made from it that we havent absolutely loved! I only have the download copy, so I would dearly love to have the hard copy so I could quite drooling on my keyboard when I look up her recipes. :)
    Janna
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  170. I also liked Gingerlemongirl on Facebook!
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  171. Hope Im not to late to get in the contest. Ive shared it on FB. - Cari
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  172. I would really love everyday paleo....as I have most of the others. - Cari
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  173. I would love Well Fed, but would really be appreciative of any Paleo cookbook! Thank you for the chance to win!
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    Stephen Goldstein
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  174. Would love to have the Paleo Magazine or the Everyday Paleo Book. Would love to have all of them matter of fact. I have just gotten into eating Paleo and I love the way I feel. No cravings and I notice a difference big time when I fall off track. Saurus - Hayawoman@hotmail.com

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  175. I shared on Facebook. Saurus - Hayawoman@hotmail.com

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  176. Following you on facebook too. Saurus - Hayawoman@hotmail.com

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  177. I have only read Paleo Comfort foods so far. I really liked quite a few of the recipes I tried, but I would love to have Well Fed. It's the one I have been dancing around buying for a couple months.
    Amber
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  178. I love Paleo Magazine. Lots of informative articles and websites with delicious recipes as well!

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  179. I shared your link on Facebook.

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