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Satisfying and Delicious Paleo Lunch Recipes


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English | 2018 | ASIN: B07FLMT7Y5 | 62 Pages | EPUB | 1.45 MB

The recipes in this book are a collection of those Paleo lunches that I find the easiest to make that produce the best and most delicious results. These 30 dishes will satisfy your hunger and allow you to make wholesome and creative meals that fall within the Paleo food requirements. The ingredients are versatile and can easily be substituted for other types of foods when you feel like getting creative. As some are more flexible with the Paleo food list than others, you can use tweak the ingredients to suit your tastes and lifestyle. I hope you find these Paleo lunch recipes delicious and inspirational, and you are able to choose something from this cookbook for every occasion.
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