Cookbook Recipe Chart by Dietary Need

I have a little gift for you today. It’s all the recipes in my first cookbook organized by dietary need in chart form. Most of this info is already listed in the back of the book, but it’s not in a chart, which I think makes things a little easier when it comes to families with more than one dietary need. PLUS I added a Peanut/Tree Nut Free column to this list, which is not already in the book. So all you have to do is click here (or on the chart below), select print, and voila—you now have a free tool to make navigating my book even easier.

Oh and a bonus – for those who haven’t already purchased my book you can now see every single recipe that’s included! Enjoy :)

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Recipe Chart by Dietary Need on 100 Days of #RealFood

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  1. I love your cookbook. I have tried many of the recipes already. I am able to eat butter but otherwise am dairy free. Thankfully almond milk has worked as an excellent substitute in many of the recipes. What I am struggling with right now is my strong aversion for ground beef. I love ground turkey but cannot find any that meets your meat requirements. I live in a rural area and our local grocery story does not even sell fresh thyme, which I discovered that when I made homemake chicken stock for the first time. Which is amazing even without the thyme. Any suggestions for obtaining good quality ground turkey? Is there somewhere on-line I could order some?

  2. Thank you so much for this! As someone with a child with a peanut/nut allergy, it really means so much when people think of the needs of my daughter and others like her. Thank you!

  3. What a great resource! I’d love to see ‘low-fat’ added. I discovered 30 years ago that my cholesterol is insanely high, and when I stick to a naturally low-fat diet I can actually lower it enough not to need meds and I feel much better.

  4. Not to be debbie downer on your awesome chart, but my daughter is allergic to eggs and it’s always frustrating when eggs are looped in with dairy. For the next edition of the chart I would like to suggest an egg free column separate from dairy free.

  5. Hi Lisa,

    Thank you for sharing this great chart. Like JB, above, the first column I looked for was the no sugar added one.

    I received your book about a week ago, thanks to your heads up about the Amazon deal! I can’t even tell you how much I adore it (and you) and I have great hopes that my health will changes from adapting this fabulous eating style. It just plain old makes sense.

    I love that you are so driven to get the word out about real food – you are inspiring! Thank you!

  6. Yea, I agree with JB. I’ve loved your website, but would be interested in knowing how many recipes have no added sweetners, including honey.


  7. Thank you! I have loved reading your cookbook page to,page! Even some recipes you haven’t mentioned are gluten free can very easily be changed which I love.