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Download and read online Paleo Eats in PDF and EPUB Going Paleo doesn’t have to mean giving up your favorite comfort foods. In Paleo Eats, Kelly Bejelly focuses on Paleo cook-ing from the heart with recipes that make beloved traditional dishes Paleo-friendly. If you miss chocolate chip cookies hot from the oven, fried chicken on family picnics, the sweet-and-sour meatballs from your favorite Chinese restaurant, or your grandmother’s peach cobbler, this book is for you. Paleo Eats is jam-packed with over 100 tempting sweet and savory recipes, from condiments to desserts, all inspired by classic comfort foods. Delicious dishes like Coconut Cinnamon Cereal, Southern Fried Chicken, Lamb Gyro Burgers, Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls, and Devil’s Food Cake prove that eating Paleo is as fun and delicious as it is healthy. You’ll find something for everyone, even picky eaters, with recipes that are easy to make and even easier to love. Paleo Eats is all about REAL COMFORT FOOD MADE PALEO, for MEALS that are AS TASTY as they are HEALTHY. INSIDE you’ll FIND: Over 100 grain-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free recipes that re-create your favorite comfort foods, including Chicken Pot Pie, Skillet Cornbread, Green Bean Casserole, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Apple Pie, and many, many more Tips for transitioning to a Paleo lifestyle, including advice for keeping your food budget low and which tools are essential for kitchen success A detailed Paleo baking tutorial with an overview of Paleo flours and guidelines on how to use them for the best results Troubleshooting tips and how to fix a recipe gone wrong Icons marking dishes that are perfect for holidays and special occasions, from Valentine’s Day to game day to birthdays, and dishes that comply with the Autoimmune Protocol
Download and read online Trade in the Service of Sustainable Development in PDF and EPUB In the Bretton Woods era, trade liberalization, the improvement of labour rights and working conditions, and the strengthening of environmental policies, were seen as mutually supportive. But is this always true? Can we continue to pretend to protect the rights of workers and to improve environmental protection, particularly through climate change mitigation strategies, within an agenda focused on trade liberalization? Is it credible to pursue trade policies that aim to expand the volumes of trade, without linking such policies to labour and environmental standards, seen as 'non-trade' concerns? This book asks these questions, offering a detailed analysis of whether linkage is desirable and legally acceptable under the disciplines of the World Trade Organization (WTO). It concludes that trade can work for sustainable development, but only if we see it as a means for social and environmental progress, including climate change mitigation, and if we avoid fetichizing it as an end to be pursued for its own sake.
Download and read online Gluten free on a Shoestring in PDF and EPUB Collects economical gluten-free recipes for blueberry muffins, soft pretzels, macaroni and cheese, and chocolate-chip cookies, with information on bulk buying, coupon strategies, using naturally gluten-free foods, and equipment.
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