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Review of Paleo Takeout Cookbook

Louise Hendon | July 9
Review Of Paleo Takeout By Russ Crandall

Russ Crandall recently came out with his new book, Paleo Takeout.

And we asked some of our readers, Rob and Heather Horton, to make one of the recipes from the book to give you a true review of the cookbook and the recipes.

A Quick Video Preview Of Paleo Takeout

First, a quick video preview of Paleo Takeout.

Review of Paleo Takeout By Rob and Heather

Here’s Rob and Heather…

My wife and I recently received the book Paleo Takeout. When we got it, we were excited as we usually are about cookbooks (we’re strange like that, ha!), and we immediately sat down to go through it.

Recently we made a side (the Picnic Coleslaw on Page 294) that we were hopeful would be really great. And we were not disappointed at all! We had some deer steaks and added the cole slaw as a side with it. We were very, very impressed with the recipe. The flavor was just right and the recipe was easy to follow.

Paleo Takeout Picnic Coleslaw Recipe

Overall, this book is becoming one of our “go to” cookbooks for our kitchen. We were really impressed with things like how the author took the time to teach kitchen techniques instead of just showing recipes. From how the book is organized to the recipes themselves, as well as how easy they are to follow; everything is really top-shelf.

For anybody looking to get some takeout food from their own kitchen, while still making it all Paleo, this book is the ticket!

Where Can You Purchase Paleo Takeout?

You’ll find the book on Amazon as well as in most major US bookstores.

paleo takeout cookbook russ crandall front cover

paleo takeout cookbook russ crandall back cover

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for free for review purposes. I received no other compensation, and this review is based on my own opinion. Note that some links on this page (and throughout this website) are affiliate links.

Robert - July 12

Odd name for a cookbook. It would be more suited to reviews of places to get takeout paleo meals.

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