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Try as I might, I couldn't find a 'favorite blog' roundup for cooking sites. There was a favorite recipes thread, so I thought I'd put this up. Besides some of the regulars (Well Fed, Clothes Make the Girl, Om Nom Paleo), one I heard about from a friend is called Turmeric and Twine (http://www.turmericandtwine.com), from which I've so far used two slow cooker recipes: one for tomato sauce (omitting non compliant ingredients like sugar proved to be no problem in terms of a delicious result), and one for winter squash with cacao and chili, which I'm currently eating even though it's summer. With the slow burn of the chili, it works nicely as a break from gazpacho and is excellent on summer days if you're of the 'fight fire with fire' mentality that many dishes are in terms of summer eating here in Korea. 

 

Anyway, I hadn't seen it on any blog rolls, and so far I'm loving it. (Let Mickey D's sue me for appropriating that slogan.)

 

Bonus points for an emphasis on the slow cooker, since there are never enough hours in the day..

 

Also, pro tip for the squash recipe: I made a simple beef bone broth last week and used a cup of that instead of water along with the coconut milk, and, well, it's a winner.. (the bone broth has also made it into my gazpacho, so it won't last long at this rate..)

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These are more than just cooking blogs, but they have a lot of yummy recipes:

 

Sarah Fragoso's Everyday Paleo http://everydaypaleo.com/

Mark Sisson's Mark's Daily Apple http://www.marksdailyapple.com/

Diane Sanfilippo's Balanced Bites http://balancedbites.com/recipes

 

 

I'm also fond of Empowered Sustenance (http://empoweredsustenance.com/) which I discovered while doing a stent on the Autoimmune Protocol, although that site seems to get into a rut sometimes with posting lots of dessert recipes instead of items that you could make use of while on the Whole30.

Meatified is good too and pretty good about pointing which of the recipes on the site are Whole30 and/or AIP approved.

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Instagram account whole30recipes has guest bloggers with compliant recipes and instructions every day. Pretty good for the days when food boredom strikes. 

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I really like paleomg. She has loads and I mean loads of non compliant treat stuff, but if you can ignore all that her savoury food is really simple delicious. Just check the ingredients lists carefully.

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This blogger posted on a here a few years ago (it is how I found her) and I found her 30 day journal of her W30 helpful for ideas.  You have to dig around on her site to find it, I'm not sure she has it indexed.  

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This blogger posted on a here a few years ago (it is how I found her) and I found her 30 day journal of her W30 helpful for ideas.  You have to dig around on her site to find it, I'm not sure she has it indexed.  

 

There's a brussels sprouts, apple, and plantain skillet on there that looks killer! I could wreck that alongside some good sausage!

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