Sunday, February 26, 2012

My Grain-Free e-Cookbook - Nourishing Eats

I'm pleased to announce the release of Nourishing Eats, my grain-free e-cookbook.  This cookbook contains 60 nutrient-dense recipes.  This book is perfect for the GAPS Diet since 57 of the recipes are legal for the Full GAPS Diet.  It is also suitable for primal/paleo eating. I've kept the price low so that more people can benefit from this great resource.

The book comes in PDF format, and is ready to print for those who prefer to have something they can easily refer to in the kitchen. It is a great value at only $7.99.

Here is the full table of contents for the cookbook:
Characteristics of Nourishing Diets
 

Why Grain-Free, and What is the GAPS Diet?

A Note About Ingredients and Which Recipes are GAPS-legal


Breakfasts
  • Tips and Ideas for Easy Grain-Free Breakfasts 
  • Baked Bacon and Eggs  
  • Banana Bread  
  • Banana Coconut Baked Custard  
  • Cinnamon Raisin Bread  
  • Coconut and Fruit Granola  
  • Clafoutis: Apple, Pear, or Peach Blueberry  
  • Crispy Almond Pancakes  
  • Ham and Cheese Egg Cups  
  • Muffins: Blueberry Banana, Apple Cinnamon, Ginger Pear, or Cranberry Orange  
  • Parmesan Spinach Bread  
  • Pesto and Dried Tomato Egg Cups
Snacks and Desserts
  • Grain-Free Snack Ideas 
  • Apple Raisin Snack Bars  
  • Apple Snap Granola  
  • Chewy Cinnamon Almond Cookies  
  • Crispy Nuts and Flour  
  • Lime and Coconut Macaroons  
  • Liver and Butter Sauté  
  • Mint Ice Cream  
  • Peanut Butter Coconut Bars  
  • Pumpkin Pie Clafoutis  
  • Pumpkin Spice Bread  
  • Red Crackers  
  • Tips for the Best Nourishing Smoothies  
  • Warm Vanilla Milk  
  • Yellow Cupcakes with Buttercream Frosting  
  • Vanilla or Chocolate Buttercream Frosting
 Main Courses
  • Bacon-wrapped Salmon Cakes with Tartar Sauce 
  • Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato Salad  
  • Best Stovetop Hamburgers  
  • Braised Short Ribs  
  • Brisket with Carrots and Onions  
  • Cheese and Veggie Cakes  
  • Cheesy Beef and Vegetable Soup  
  • Creamy Chicken and Thyme Soup  
  • Crustless Chicken Pizza Casserole with Nourishing Pizza Sauce  
  • Egg Drop Soup  
  • Green Chile Beef Stew  
  • Ham, Bean, and Bacon Soup  
  • Herbed Pork and Cabbage Stew  
  • Honey-Glazed Pork Chops  
  • Pork Carnitas  
  • Grain-Free Tortillas  
  • Shredded Beef Taco Salad  
  • Skillet Lasagna
Dressings, Sauces, and Fermented Foods
  • Balsamic Vinaigrette 
  • Easy Creamy Salad Dressing  
  • Homemade Ranch Dressing and Dip  
  • Honey Mustard Mayo Sauce, Dip, and Dressing  
  • Bread and Butter Pickles  
  • Ginger Dill Sauerkraut  
  • Ketchup made with Honey and Apple Cider Vinegar  
  • Homemade Mayonnaise  
  • How to Make Whey and Cream Cheese from Milk Kefir, Raw Milk, or Yogurt  
  • Kombucha Tea and Vinegar


Purchase Information


Click here to buy the Nourishing Eats eCookbook.


Money Back Guarantee: If you don’t love the book, I will refund your money within 30 days of
your purchase date.

Delivery: The download link for the ebook will emailed to you within 24-48 hours from receipt of payment. Should you have any difficulty, you can contact me at nourishedandnurtured[at]gmail[dot]com.

37 comments :

Tessa Domestic Diva said...

good for you! i aspire to writing my own cookbook someday too! I am currently researching the gaps diet, so may have to purchase this!

Mrs Johnson said...

You inspire me, Sarah, and for my community, we desire a kosher GAPS cookbook. Are you game? ;-)

Sarah Smith said...

Ha Lori, I'd need your help on that as I don't know much about kosher. I'm game if you are ;)

Anonymous said...

Are many of the recipes dairy free?

Sarah Smith said...

Yes!
More than half of the main courses are dairy-free.
Almost all of the fermented foods/condiments are dairy-free.
Most of the breakfast items are dairy-free or have dairy-free options.
Most of the snacks and desserts are dairy-free or have a dairy0free option.

Anonymous said...

Hi there,
I ordered the recipes, thanks.
But, I have no idea how to download.
I received a confirmation email from google checkout.
My order number is 677311400195721.
There is a link on the order to check status, but I get the error that "You are currently signed in to a Google Checkout account that does not have permission to perform the specified action. Please sign out of all Google Accounts, and then sign in to the appropriate Google Checkout account before retrying the desired action."
Any help is appreciated.
John
Johno2626@gmail.com

Sarah Smith said...

Hi John,
I'm not sure what the problem was (sometimes google seems to just bug out), but I e-mailed the cookbook to you!

Lauren said...

Sorry Sarah, but me too - I think something about completing the checkout in German (because Google is SO much smarter than me and overrides my preferences based on my location. Ahem) messed up the process. I have a confirmation, but nowhere to enter the password. Any tips?

Sarah Smith said...

Hey Lauren, I e-mailed it to you!

melanie said...

Hi Sarah I to am having trouble figuring how to download your book.
Order date: 11 Mar 2012 21:56 GMT-07:00
Google order number: 255688103132674
thank you Melanie

Sarah Smith said...

Hi Melanie,
I just e-mailed the book to the address gmail thinks is yours. I couldn't quite tell what it was as it just said mobile user. If that doesn't work, please send me an e-mail at nourishedandnurtured[at]gmail[dot]com.

Anonymous said...

hi
I am very interested in the GAPS diet and would like to slowly transition my family on. My problem is that my (2.5 yr old) daughter is very sensitive/allergic to eggs and So many of the GAPS recipes I find are very egg heavy... Im wondering about your cookbook?
thanks

kelsey

Sarah Smith said...

Hi Kelsey,
My baked goods do tend to rely on eggs heavily. The main courses do not.

Here are some links to a few egg-free recipes that I hope will help:
http://nourishedandnurtured.blogspot.com/2011/02/apple-raisin-snack-bars-gaps-legal.html

http://nourishedandnurtured.blogspot.com/2011/11/coconut-and-fruit-granola-grain-free.html

http://nourishedandnurtured.blogspot.com/2011/01/apple-snap-granola-gaps-friendly-gluten.html

http://nourishedandnurtured.blogspot.com/2011/01/red-crackers.html

http://nourishedandnurtured.blogspot.com/2011/07/chewy-cinnamon-almond-cookies-gluten.html

http://nourishedandnurtured.blogspot.com/2011/01/peanut-butter-bars-gaps-friendly-grain.html

Sarah

Anonymous said...

Hello,
Can you tell me what program you used to make your cookbook? I purchased it and I love the lay out.
Thank you so much

Sarah Smith said...

I used Microsoft Word. I just made up the layout as I went, though. (I used Word extensively back when I was woeking, so I am familiar with all of its features.) I'm glad you like it!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sarah,
I don't mean to be a pest, but do you accept Pay Pal? I've never used the Google checkout, so I'm not as familiar with it and feel safe with Pay Pal.

Thanks so much! I love, love, love your site! You have so many yummy recipes to make the GAPS diet delicious!

Hugs,
Kari

Sarah Smith said...

Sorry, I can't take Paypal. Through no fault of my own, they locked up my account declaring it was insecure, and even locked up my funds for 3 months! And I can't ever reactivate it, even after talking to them on the phone ad nauseum.

Google checkout will just take your debit or credit card info, though, if you want to use that. I've been using it for years, with no problems.

Charlene said...

Hi Sarah,
I know you several great recipes online, and was just wondering how many of the recipes are exclusive to the cookbook? Thanks! Charlene

Sarah Smith said...

Hi Charlene,
None of the recipes are exclusive to the cookbook, except it does include updates to some of the recipes that are available online. So you could just go through my archives to get all of them if you'd prefer doing it that way. I tried to price it nice and cheap, though, so that it might be cost effective enough to be so much easier than trying to search through the site. The whole thing is a PDF file that prints very well and could be viewed on the iPad or Kindle as well. I printed it out and put the pages in a 3-ring binder inside of transparent covers, that way I don't have to worry about getting food on any of the pages when I use it. Do whatever works for you!

Charlene said...

Thanks, you've just convinced me to spend the $5 for a nice, concise version that I can easily print out or view on my iPad! I very much appreciate all of your hard work and dedication to this awesome blog!

Anonymous said...

IHi Sarah,
I'd like to order Nourishing Eats. Can I pay for it any other way? I don't want to start a google acct. and have my cc info in it just for this.
Thanks,
Maria

Sarah Smith said...

Hi Maria,
You could pay me with a check by mail if that works for you. If so, please e-mail me at nourishedandnurtured[at]gmail[dot]com and I will send you my mailing address.

Suzanne Banfield said...

Hi Sarah,
I just purchased your book and, used the download key and followed the instructions for downloading, but all I got was a note from you saying "Thanks for buying my book." Can you get the book to me? I'm at suzanne.banfield@verizon.net
Thanks,
suzanne

Sarah Smith said...

Sent it to you via e-mail!

Suze said...

Hi Sarah! I purchased the book and got the receipt from Google Wallet, but I have not received an email from you with download information.

Order # 234131042768906

Sorry for the trouble, would you mind sending it to me (or re-sending it, if I somehow missed it). Thank you!

Sarah Smith said...

Hi Suze,
There should have been a link in Google checkout when you placed the order. Sorry for your troubles! Please e-mail me at nourishedandnurtured[at]gmail[dot]com and I will send you the book!

Charlene said...

Hi Sarah,
I purchased this book on May 21 (see comment above) and am unable to find it on my computer. Could you please re-send it to me? Contact me at the email address associated with the purchase on that date. Thank you!

madge said...

hi Sarah
do most of your recipes contain honey?
thanks
Madge

Sarah Smith said...

Hi Madge,
Honey is the only sweetener used in the recipes in this cookbook.

Kristy Kelley said...

HI! I am interested in ordering this book However, I have two children that have severe egg and nut allergies. Do you think the recipes would be usable for us? Also, I've been wanting to try GAPS diet with them but just not sure if it's possible without eggs as they seem to be in so many of the recipes and it would really limit our food options. Thanks!

Sarah Smith said...

Hi Krista,
My baked goods/breakfasts/desserts do tend to rely on eggs and/or nuts. The main courses are generally nut and egg free.

Here is one recipe you could try that has neither eggs nor nuts.

http://nourishedandnurtured.blogspot.com/2011/11/coconut-and-fruit-granola-grain-free.html

Anonymous said...

On February 25th, I ordered and paid for the ebook. I still don't know how to download the book. Could you please email it to angelabarksdale@hotmail.com ?

Thanks so much!

Sarah Smith said...

There should have been a link to download it after you paid in Google checkout. I just emailed it to you!

Anonymous said...

Hi there,
I'd like to order the ebook, but I don't want to have to get a google account. Is there anyway to order it without having to do that.
(Sorry if the answer is above, but I'm in a rush and need to hurry and can't read through all the responses.)
Thanks.

Sarah Smith said...

You could pay by check. Send me an email at nourishedandnurtured[at]gmail[dot]com and I will send you my mailing address.

Karly Pitman said...

Hi Sarah,

Are these recipes also on your website? I saw so many great recipes on your site that I wanted to try, but I prefer to buy your book so I can support you and your work!

I'm putting my family on the GAPS diet to foster some healing, and I found your site through Pinterest. The recipes look delicious and I'm excited to experiment with grain free, GAPS cooking.

Thank you for sharing your work so we can benefit.

Warmly, Karly

Sarah Smith said...

None of the recipes are exclusive to the cookbook, except it does include updates to some of the recipes that are available online. So you could just go through my archives to get all of them if you'd prefer doing it that way. I tried to price it nice and cheap, though, so that it might be cost effective enough to be so much easier than trying to search through the site. The whole thing is a PDF file that prints very well and could be viewed on the iPad or Kindle as well. I printed it out and put the pages in a 3-ring binder inside of transparent covers, that way I don't have to worry about getting food on any of the pages when I use it. Do whatever works for you!