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Eat Like a Dinosaur: Recipe & Guidebook for Gluten-free Kids [Anglais] [Broché]

Elana Amsterdam , Paleo Parents

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20 mars 2012
Don't be fooled by the ever-increasing volume of processed gluten-free goodies on your grocery store shelf! In a world of mass manufactured food products, getting back to basics and cooking real food with and for your children is the most important thing you can do for your family's health and well-being. It can be overwhelming when thinking about where to begin, but with tasty kid-approved recipes, lunch boxes and projects that will steer your child toward meats, vegetables, fruits, nuts and healthy fats, Eat Like a Dinosaur will help you make this positive shift.

With an illustrated children's story describing the paleo diet, and colorful, mouthwatering photographs of recipes without grains, dairy, soy and refined sugar, this book is written for children. For those with food allergies, the top 8 allergens have been visually marked on each recipe for children to self-identify recipes that may contain eggs, nuts, fish, or shellfish.

Parents needn't panic! Details on the tools and products your family needs to get started have been provided, as well as an assortment of tips to help you along the way. Eat Like a Dinosaur will inspire your entire family to shop for new ingredients and get into the kitchen together. Let Matt and Stacy, the Paleo Parents, show you how to make the transformation in your family's life. With positivity, practicality and an appreciation for the fact that even the healthiest children sometimes want cupcakes and chicken nuggets—this book simply provides healthier ways to give kids the foods they love.

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In the home of the Paleo Parents, overwhelming health successes have occurred since adopting a new diet and lifestyle. Matt and Stacy together lost over 200 pounds in a little over a year while their seasonal allergies, bouts of depression and digestive issues have disappeared. In their three young boys asthma, eczema, allergies, attention deficits and self-control issues have been solved. It is the authors' sincere wish that this book will have a positive impact on your family's health and well-being.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "Thought we were healthy" 24 avril 2012
Par Diane - Publié sur
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
My family and I ate the right things or so we thought. Whole grains, brown rice, meats, veggies, fruits, and Friday night pizza of course! Even our close friends would come for a visit and say we always had healthy snacks. But something wasn't right, we were all tired, hungry, and had low energy. My four year old son ate breakfast and within a half hour was telling me he was still hungry. How could this be? He just downed 6-8 mini pancakes and a cup of skim milk.

Then I stared reading/researching healthy eating for families. Kids I especially wanted to read about their nutrition and it was at this time I found Paleo and Eat Like A Dinosaur. We quickly cleaned out our pantry, fridge, and freezer of ALL processed foods. I explained to my four year old what we were doing and we went to the market and ordered our copy of ELaD.

Today we are 3-4 months into Paleo and we have never felt better. We reference this book daily and my four year old is excited to pick-out recipes to help create. The children's story in this book was helpful in explaining our new lifestyle and we've even read it to some of our friends children.

Without a doubt you will love this book and live better after practicing these techniques to healthy living with your family.
69 internautes sur 70 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great resource but watch the sugar! 31 mai 2012
Par S. Murphy - Publié sur
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This book is a wonderful resource for transitioning the entire family to a Paleo lifestyle. It describes useful tools that I almost deem essential now and what they term "funny ingredients". My 5 year old loved the dinosaur story and she was instantly motivated to eat that way. My 7 year old was terrified by it but he has a strong food aversion disorder. The thought of eating what he thought was gross just made him cry. He did pick the Anytime Cookies recipe so we made that one first. They did not turn out like the picture at all. As a very visual child, he was furious and wouldn't try them. I found them tasty but they certainly weren't like the picture. I plan to try it again and then see how I can adapt it to make it less runny. My favorite recipe in here is the waffles and I think over time my kids will like those as well.

There are over 100 reviews here that will tell you the wonderful parts with this book so I don't feel the need to repeat them all. Since this is a review, I feel the need to be honest with some criticism.

There were two parts of this book that I did not like. First, they recommend transitioning your kids quickly. I don't necessarily agree with this approach for kids age 4+ who are going through a picky stage already. Our child became malnourished from his refusal to eat a few months ago and as much as everyone tells you that they will eat what you feed them, that is not always the case. Although my son is an extreme exception, I know there are other kids out there like him. My other two children are transitioning nicely. I feel it is better to empower the child to make the right choice. Read Cole's story in the book and talk about how processed food, grains and legumes make your child ill. Given the choice and knowing the consequence (tummy ache) of a bad choice often makes transitioning less of a battle. Now if you already have good eaters, you can probably transition over night without a problem but I just wanted to point out that it is not the best approach for everyone.

My second issue with this book is that this is a Paleo family and although the book is not exclusively a Paleo only book, I expected all the recipes to be Paleo. Sugar is not Paleo at all. I was shocked to see how many of these recipes had sugar, some even up to a cup. Sugar will make you crave more sugar and leads to a host of learning problems for children. There are many ways to sweeten treats without sugar. Even coconut palm sugar is a much better option than granulated sugar. Sugar no longer exists in our home and I would hope that this Paleo family will eventually make that step in their diet.

Criticism aside, this family is truly amazing in their transformation. They talk about more than just food in this book. Going Paleo is a lifestyle change, not just a diet change. I highly recommend adding this book to your library of Paleo books but avoid the recipes with sugar.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Fun, Delicious Ways to Get the Family On Board 29 mars 2012
Par Melissa 'Melicious' Joulwan - Publié sur
It can be very challenging to get my adult self to follow the paleo guidelines sometimes -- and I'm experienced enough in life to know that if I take care of my body everything else is much easier to manage. But kids! Kids don't have that life experience to guide them; they rely on their parents for that. So I'm mightily impressed by families who make the transition to paleo and get their kids involved in food decisions.

Eat Like a Dinosaur is the newest addition to the growing collection of paleo cookbooks and how-to guides, and it was clearly made with love. The Paleo Parents (be sure to visit their impressive and helpful blog) have transformed themselves. Yes, they lost a lot of weight (200 pounds) following the paleo diet, but they've also created a new lifestyle for themselves that goes far beyond weight loss to really living. As they say in the (not at all) "Boring Chapter for Parents," they wrote their book for "ordinary families who want to start cooking and eating together with their children in a healthful way."

This book is a handbook for anyone thinking about transitioning their family to a more real food, paleo approach -- and it's ideal for parents dealing with kids' allergy issues. For your consideration...

5 Cool Things About Eat Like A Dinosaur

1. It's more than a collection of recipes.
If you're looking for paleo-compliant recipes and replacements for non-paleo favorites, Eat Like a Dinosaur has got you covered. With more than 100 recipes, there are plenty of ideas to make sure no one complains that eating healthy is boring. But Eat Like a Dinosaur goes beyond that to include helpful tips on two really big challenges: how to transition the family and how to pack kid-pleasing paleo lunches. There's also a colorfully illustrated children's story about eating like a dinosaur and my favorite part: a collection of paleo projects that would be fun for kids of any age. Field trip to a farm, anyone?

2. Your kids will love it.
From the friendly illustrations to the bright colors and playful design, this book will draw your kids in. It's accessible, friendly, and engaging -- and does an admirable job of incorporating all the stuff grownups need to know in a kid-friendly package so the little ones can read right along with you. There's a pterodactyl (for the kids) and a notes field (for the grownsup) on just about every page.

3. It's coded for safety.
Eat Like a Dinosaur goes beyond the generally-accepted paleo framework to help parents battling childhood allergies. Each recipe is accompanied by a color-coded allergen chart to alert parents to potentially problematic ingredients so kids can quickly identify the best recipes for them.

4. Tons of photos.
Every recipe is accompanied by a color photo, so kids and parents can flip through and pick the recipes that tickle their tastebuds -- and the recipe instructions helpfully include tips for where little hands can help in the kitchen. I love that aspect of the book because the kitchen is where my best family memories originate. Teaching kids how to cook and to appreciate real food is one of the best gifts they can receive.

5. Recipes for every occasion.
Each recipe begins with a well-crafted headnote -- my favorite part of good cookbooks -- and I enjoyed the Paleo Parents stories quite a bit. When you're reading to start rattling pots and pains, the 100+ recipes have got you covered: main dishes (crispy chicken nuggets, kebabs, unusually delicious salads), sides (ratatouille, zucchini latkes), dips and sauces (mole, black olive tapenade, pineapple sauce) , and a lovely selection of desserts for special occasions. I am madly tempted by the Samoa Cake Balls, but decided to make Halupki Casserole instead. It did not disappoint! It delivers all of the flavor of the original, without the fussiness of prepping individual cabbage rolls. Plus, I'm a sucker for any recipe that replaces rice with riced cauliflower. The texture was amazing! Exactly like a halupki.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 not very inspiring for kids 14 août 2012
Par R. Rall - Publié sur
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Me and my family have been eating primal/paleo for a few years. There have been some struggles on what food they can eat at home so I was hoping that this book would excite them. They liked the story very much because it really reflected our family. I liked how the book was laid out. What I didn't like were the recipes themselves and the photography. Too many snacky treat foods that required lots of prep and cooking and sweeteners. And with a few exceptions, they didn't look appealing to eat at all. I'm sure that is why my kids didn't even look twice at the recipes even with my enthusiastic tries. Lots of mushy, brown looking foods that didn't entice the eyes.

I really wanted to like the book. But our family it didn't click. The story was great but the recipes themselves just didn't inspire my kids nor me.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Some Previous Cooking Experience Required; Not much, but some. 9 janvier 2013
Par PowerSourceFoods - Publié sur
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I have many cookbooks because I love to see how they're written, the different types of recipes, and all the different cuisines. I run a kitchen for a living, but I can appreciate home-style cooking. My children have finally reached an age where they can help out in the kitchen. Recently, I have bought a few cookbooks geared towards children, so they can get interested in eating healthy and learning to cook for themselves - in the future. My two eldest are boys, and I believed that the dinosaur theme would resonate with them in explaining a Paleolithic diet, and getting them more excited about trying out new recipes.

I've gone through a few recipes, and so far, I find it to be poorly written, or it needs a few more refinements. In the foreword, they actually state that it took them "mere months" to put together this book. The proof is in the pudding when they ask for 2 TABLESPOONS of vanilla in a batch that makes 24 chocolate chip cookies. My eyeballs nearly popped out of my head. I have used many other recipes where 1 teaspoon would suffice, and went with my experience in this case. I thought it might have been a typo OR they REALLY love vanilla, and needed it to cover up something else in the recipe. The Fried Cauli Rice with Shrimp recipe calls for 2 TBSP of salt in the "rice", 1 1/2 TBSP of fish sauce, and 1 1/2 TBSP of coconut aminos. This is equivalent to 16824 mg of sodium in the entire dish. The recipe serves 4 - 6. If we split it into 6 servings, it's 2804 mg of sodium per serving = 116% recommended daily value of sodium in ONE dish. Again, I believe they REALLY love salt, or they didn't check their recipes, or they made an error in typing "tsp". Another example of pushing this book to print. I also had to figure out if by "head of cauliflower," they meant florets only, and remove most of the stems? (It makes for more uniform pieces of rice if you remove most of the stems, but I had a huge head of cauliflower to begin with.) I learned from my vanilla experience, and held back a majority of the salt ingredients until the end, when I can determine if it's REALLY what is called for in the recipe.

The book is fun for the kids, but would be recommended for someone who has some cooking experience, to guide themselves through the recipes. They did state in the introduction that the reader should refine and rework some of the recipes - (sounds to me like the book needs some perfecting before it went to print). The personal experience of the authors and their family is nice, and the illustrated book with the simplistic theme of eating like a dinosaur works for children. There are fun recipes for everyone to love. Just don't throw caution to the wind when following along, or you may just end up with a dish too salty to eat and gets you back on your hypertension meds, or running to the store to get another bottle of vanilla, which is clearly a misallocation of resources when you have a family of five to feed.
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