Nourish – Recipe, Review & Giveaway!!

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Make sure to check the very bottom of this post for a chance to win your very own copy of Nourish!

I was so excited to come home from San Diego last week to find this stunning cookbook on my doorstep, from Rachael Bryant from the popular website, Meatified! If only this cookbook had been around when I did my own Autoimmune Protocol experiment! As someone who was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease at the age of 12, I’m so grateful to know that awareness is spreading for just how healing the autoimmune protocol diet can be. Food is incredibly powerful, and this cookbook makes it easy to heal your body with food that still tastes amazing. This book isn’t about losing weight, or any sort of fad diet, it’s about truly healing your body from the inside out.

Rachael starts out the book by talking about the huge increase in autoimmunity, an explanation of leaky gut, and great information on how to heal your body. Nourish is a fantastic resource, and has over 120 amazing recipes and absolutely gorgeous pictures. This book is perfect for anyone looking to heal their body naturally, with wholesome & delicious food!

This book makes the perfect gift for anyone! Click HERE to order on Amazon.

Now, onto the sneak peek recipe from Nourish! I made this dip the other day, and it was so good! I suggest making a double batch 😉

Creamy Artichoke Dip

Creamy Artichoke Dip With Spinach
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Ingredients
  1. • 1 tbsp (15 ml) coconut or avocado oil
  2. • 1/3 cup (45 g) diced onion
  3. • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  4. • 1 cup (120 g) peeled summer squash
  5. • ¾ cup Chicken Broth (page 225)
  6. • 6 oz (170 g) drained jarred artichoke hearts
  7. • 2 tbsp (8 g) nutritional yeast
  8. • ½ tsp ground mace
  9. • 6 oz (170 g) package of frozen spinach, thawed
Instructions
  1. SOFTEN: Add the oil to a saucepan over medium heat. Add the diced onion and garlic to the pan while you peel and chop the summer squash. Cut the summer squash into pieces that are the same size as the diced onion, then add to the pan and stir to coat with the oil. Cook until the squash is tender, stirring occasionally so the squash doesn’t brown, about 10 minutes.
  2. BLEND: Transfer the softened vegetables to a blender and add the chicken broth. Gently squeeze the artichoke hearts to release any excess water before you weigh them out. Add the artichoke hearts, nutritional yeast and mace to the blender – process until you have a thick, smooth, “creamy” sauce.
  3. SIMMER: Pour the sauce back into the saucepan and return to the stove top at a low heat. Drain the spinach and squeeze out any excess water, then chop finely. Stir the frozen spinach into the sauce and simmer until the dip is warmed through. The dip probably won’t need any additional salt because of the artichoke hearts, but taste now and add any extra salt if you wish. Serve the dip warm and enjoy. Try pairing it with Pita Wedges (page 222).
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41 Responses

  1. sabrina drewry
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    I am trying to eat and cook healthier. This would be a great resource. Thank you!

  2. Camille T
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    I would like a copy of this beautiful cookbook because I’m running out of recipe ideas after having Crohns for years. I need some help to be healthy!

  3. healthyleanfit
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    I would love this book for some fresh new AIP ideas. I’ve been a bit bored lately and need some new inspiration.

  4. Chelsie M.
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    This cookbook looks amazing! I would be so excited to win because I’m pregnant and in need of a go-to cookbook! My first baby was born and had all kinds of food allergies…I’m trying to do all I can to prevent that from happening again!

  5. Lemons 'n Lyme
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    I’m working on healing from Lyme disease and Hoshimoto’s (talk about a double whammy in terms of autoimmunity!) so this cook book would be fantastic! I’m always looking for new recipes that fit into my healing diet and this cook books sounds like just what I ned 🙂

  6. Candace
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    love her blog, would love to have her cookbook too

  7. Colleen Stewart
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    Hi Kristen! I would love to try some new healthy recipes. I’m always on the look out for bettering my health ❤️ Thanks!

  8. Jessica
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    I would love to try new recipes to change it up a bit.

  9. Michelle Anderson
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    Just finished my first whole30 and now starting a paleo lifestyle! It has been an amazingly challenging transition but I am enjoying this new journey!

  10. Patty vazquez
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    I’m trying to help my family eat healthy and with this yummy recipes I would show them that they can still enjoy delicious food

  11. Margaretl
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    I am trying to eat healthy. I have Crohn’s disease have had 8 major surgeries having all of large intestine removed and part of my small intestine I have come to realize that my food choices are killing me and I need to make a change to cook and eat the right food for my health and I think this recipe book is a great place to start. Thanks

  12. Susan Doak
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    I am new to Paleo and would appreciate a good cookbook to guide me!

  13. Ashton
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    My husband does triathlons and these healthy recipes would be great for his training.

  14. shannon
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    I would love to win this book because AIP is healing more than medicine ever did but I’m running low on recipes and meal ideas and know that meatified is AMAZING at cooking and came up with some stellar recipes.

  15. I’m a fan of her blog and would love to get my hands on this beautiful cookbook 🙂

  16. Elani Trejo
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    I want to feel good all the time: spiritually, emotionally and physically. Paleo eating in my household is a challenge since I’m the only one and I’m hoping that thru my efforts and example i can also improve the health of others. Another reason is i love the title. It’s inspiring in its definition. To “provide with the food or other substances necessary for growth, health, and good condition” and to “keep (a feeling or belief) in one’s mind, typically, for a long time.” And that’s my goal, to keep this dietary mindset for a long time… I would definitely love a long life…

  17. Jaime
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    I started a Paleo lifestyle less than a month ago. Give noticed changes in my skin and body. Yay. But I get discouraged mostly in the kitchen. I’m the only one in my friend circle and family doing this. A great book with amazing recipes would help keep me going. Thx.

  18. Natalie
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    First, I have a REDICULOUS obsession with beautiful cookbooks! Second (maybe I should have lOates it first!) I have been on a journey to help my family eat better and heal from various problems we are facing through better nutrition and love any resource I can get my hands on!

  19. Olivia
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    I would love to add this to my small but growing paleo cookbook collection!

  20. Wendy
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    I am trying to stick with a Paleo lifestyle and need all the help I can get!!

  21. Eugenia
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    I would love to win this book because I’m having a very hard time figuring out what to eat. I feel like I only have a few options and I’m a terrible cook. It would make my healing journey a lot easier.
    Thank you!

  22. Libby
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    I would love to win this cookbook because I have PCOS (PolyCystic Ovarian Syndrome) which has caused me to be overweight since the age of 9. I currently pregnant with my 3rd miracle baby and have Gestational Diabetes (for the third time). I would love to start eating Paleo after I have the baby, but I don’t know where to start. Paleo has helped other PCOSers I know, get it under control as well as get ther borderline diabetes under control as well.
    My husband has just started his flight career and not many know that you can make barely over 20,000 during the first handful of years with his school debt adding up to early 80,000. He is the sole provider as I a stay at home mom, so we don’t have extra income to purchase any cookbooks to help me with my health problems. Thank you so much!!!

  23. Liz
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    I love being paleo, cooking and sharing via social media how fun it can be. One of my core desires feelings is nourish – to be nourished and to nourish others every day. So when I saw the cover of this book I knew I needed it. Also I’m coming off of a non-paleo bender and would love the extra incentive to hop back on (besides the amazing feeling in my gut I have when I’m eating paleo).

  24. Megan
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    I would love to win this book because I’m new to paleo (although not gluten free) and really looking to immerse myself into everyone’s gorgeous work. I started a blog focusing on how to incorporate the paleo lifestyle as a busy college student and would love to have another book to consult and cook from. Thanks!

  25. Sally
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    My husband and I have been paleo for almost two years, but his brother has always been resistant to the concept. Recently, some health issues have forced him to reevaluate his good habits. His wife is at a loss for how to cook and I know this book would be a step in the right direction for them!

  26. Rebecca T
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    Can’t wait to get win/buy this book. Looks amazing!

  27. Rebecca Hanlon
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    I am trying to build my Paleo Cookbook collection. The more cookbooks I have the more options I have for meals.

  28. Lisa
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    I would love a copy of this book. I’ve read so many great reviews on it!

  29. Melissa c.
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    I am very new to the paleo
    Lifestyle but have already reaped some rewards. Never gets boring!Would love to win this beautiful book for more cooking inspo. :0)

  30. Carolsue
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    I subscribe. And I would LOVE to win a copy of this book. I’m still learning about the Paleo diet.

  31. Lisa Doorenbos
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    I have been living mostly paleo for two years now. I was quite obese and very unhealthy. I am 60 pounds lighter now and feeling so much better!!! I love finding new recipes and I love cookbooks!!

  32. Melissa
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    I’d like to give this book to my friend who has been recently diagnosed with an autoimmune disease.

  33. Keely
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    I would love to win th this beautiful cookbook! I need some new AIP recipes! Thanks for the chance to win!

  34. Aimee Gauthier
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    I have Celiac and have found that I feel my best and am helping my body heal by eating AIP. So excited to try new recipes!

  35. Kerry
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    I have made great progress in managing Crohn’s through my food choices. It would be wonderful to try out these beatiful recipes! I get so inspired by cookbooks

  36. Debby
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    I really want to find meals that will help get me and my family excited about eating and nourished to help keep up healthy!

  37. Stephanie Duke Shaner
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    Thanks for the great blog post, and also for the chance to win your book!

    I would love to win a copy and cook my way through the book. My husband and I have been on a Paleo/Weston A. Price health journey for about three years now, but are both still working on healing ourselves. Though we have seen great improvements with our diet changes, I am still battling with hormonal problems and he is struggling with digestion. I would love for my husband and I to take our health to the next level with this book!

    Cheers to good health!

    Stephanie

  38. I’d love this book because even though I’m flaring right now, Paleo has done remarkable things for my Crohn’s. And I could definitely stand to stick with the autoimmune protocol more often than I do 🙂

  39. Liliana Olalde
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    I love your style of cooking and would really love to have this cookbook. Thanks for the opportunity.

  40. Barb
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    I’m in the process of healing my leak gut. This cookbook could help in that process.

  41. livinglovingpaleo
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    Thank you all for entering! The winner has been chosen at random and contacted, but stay tuned for more giveaways!

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