Top 10 Things You’ll Get Out of My Cookbook

If you’re on the fence about purchasing my cookbook – this post is for you! Trust me when I tell you this book is absolutely packed with useful content. I pretty much unloaded my brain into this one to make living a real food lifestyle as easy as possible. :)

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Top 10 Things You’ll Get Out of My Cookbook

  1. Loads of new recipes and other content that has never before been published on my blog – 70% of the recipes in the book are brand new! – with the rest being fan favorites.
  2. Over 100 tested recipes that use familiar ingredients you probably already have on hand, with a beautiful color photograph for every. single. one!
  3. Plenty of recipes for those with dietary needs including 71 recipes that are (or can easily be) Gluten-Free, 79 recipes that are (or can easily be) Vegetarian, and 49 recipes that are (or can easily be) Dairy-Free.
  4. Five chapters that provide all the guidance and advice you’ll need to cut processed food out of your life, including four seasonal meal plans with shopping lists organized by store department.
  5. Loads of school lunch resources including 10 simple recipes pictured in lunchbox containers with recommended accompaniments and a school lunch packing chart.
  6. A real food replacement chart to help you figure out how to “update” your old recipes that call for processed and refined ingredients.
  7. Advice for getting reluctant family members on board, including a long list of questions and topics to boost some fun conversation at the dinner table.
  8. A list of real food “pros” and “cons” for twenty popular packaged foods to help show how to read ingredient labels.
  9. Various tips scattered throughout the book including how to store leftovers, kitchen chores for kids by age, budget-friendly advice, ideas for entertaining, and even how to start a small garden.
  10. Some much-anticipated “staple recipes” including a dried onion soup mix replacement, a homemade BBQ sauce made without refined sugar, and a can of cream of mushroom soup replacement.

If you missed my page with page samples and food pictures, be sure to go check that one out!

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How To Purchase!

There are quite a few options…

  • For a signed copy: Order online through our local, independent book store here in Charlotte, Park Road Books. They’ll ship the book anywhere in the world.
  • For a regular copy:  Order through (support your local retailers!), Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million, Target, Walmart or pretty much anywhere books are sold.
  • For Canadian fans: Order through Indigo.

Enjoy! :)

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  1. Love the cookbook, and have made several of the recipes. I’m also on board for the mini challenges in Jan. Thank you so much for all you do.

  2. I preordered your cookbook because I love your blog and recipes so much. I’ve been using your cookbook for months now and it’s the best cookbook ever! I’m hoping you’ll release another cookbook in the near future! Thanks!

  3. since finding your blog, I have tried adding real food to my life. I started with lunches for the kids, but honestly, you have helped me make som positive changes to my life. So thank you! And I have the cookbook!

  4. I don’t see much on Tofu. Is there a brand of Tofu you recommend or on the flip side, brands that you would not eat. In general, I am curios if blocks of Tofu (usually how they are packaged) are highly processed.

  5. I can’t wait for my pre-ordered Cook Book to get here. I am slowly trying to get healthier unprocessed food items in my kitchen and continually trying to talk about it with my 10 and 12 year old (which can be a challenge at times). BUT, I am having a great day today as I had to defrost my fridge/freezer and started throwing stuff out:)

  6. Hi, I pre-ordered your cookbook today from I am excited to get it. I did notice however after I had already ordered it that the list you have for the free extra recipes is for indigo here in Canada. Is there a reason that isn’t included? Is there a chance I could still get the extra recipes? If not I will just chock it up to not reading the whole instructions in better detail, but I thought I would ask why was mentioned and not I sent in my request and the order number for anyway. Looking forward to getting the cookbook, congrats on a really good website too, I appreciate all the hard work you have gone to.

  7. hi Lisa,

    I am a book blogger and I would be interested in reviewing your new cookbook. We could also do a author interview and a guest post if your interested. Let me know what you think and if you have copies available for review. I love your blog and your recipes. Thanks for your consideration and Congrats on your new cookbook.

    1. Assistant to 100 Days (Amy)

      Hi Marya. We’ve not counted up paleo friendly recipes. While there are certainly several, many of Lisa’s recipes use whole grains as an ingredient. ~Amy

  8. My cookbook is preordered and I’m just so excited I had to share!! We have been off and on the organic/healthy train for five years and your blog has been an amazing help! I have ran into so many challenges and your tips and recipes have made it doable…can’t wait to see what’s in your book and get this family back to super clean happy healthy eating!
    Thank you!

  9. You should do a seminar in NYC area, so my husband and friends can go and really transform. Although I was pretty food savvy…I’m thankful you opened my eyes wider. Still trying to transform the family :) 60% there….

  10. I have been reading your blog for a year now and it’s completely changed the way I look at food. I was even able to help someone in the grocery store yesterday who had never heard of White Whole Wheat. It felt amazing to have all this real food knowledge and I owe it all to you! I can’t wait to get my book and have been counting down the days for months!!

  11. Hello! I am so excited to receive your new book! Your website has taught me so much and you and your family are such an inspiration to me!
    I pre-ordered your book a few nights ago and filled out the section to receive the e-book the day after. I am wondering if this will be sent at the same time as your book? Thank you!

  12. Hi Lisa,
    I’m so excited about your cookbook! It’s so great that you were asked to do one, and I can’t wait to use it. I just know it will become my go-to resource because your website has changed my life. I really appreciate that you share your recipes, your tips, and your experiences with us. Thank you for everything you do!

    1. I thought I remember seeing in a different post that ordering it through Park Road Books (the link is in this post) allows you to ship worldwide. I would call/e-mail them and check

    2. Yes, Park Road Books will ship anywhere in the world (thank you Megan) and it will also go on sale in the UK on September 25th and can be found at any major bookstores – Waterstones, Amazon, etc. Thanks so much!

  13. Just placed my order yesterday on Amazon. How do I receive the 8 recipe e-book? Looking forward to receiving it in the mail!

  14. Will the copies ordered from Park Road books be autographed no matter what? Are there any special instructions regarding ordering?