AIP Paleo Cajun Cookbook

My AIP Paleo Cajun Cookbook is now Available!

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AIP Paleo Cajun Cookbook

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What’s in AIP Paleo Cajun Cookbook:

  • What has the AIP done for me and my health.
  • An AIP Approved Foods List
  • Over 60 Delicious Recipes for you to enjoy on the AIP Elimination Phase
  • Full color photographs for each recipe
  • AIP Tips and Tricks on batch cooking, cooking seafood and making an AIP Roux
  • Links to easy AIP approved foods shopping in each recipe
  • AIP Resources and links to some of my favorite AIP blogs, books, and supplies
  • Printer ready

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What recipes are included in AIP Paleo Cajun Cookbook:

  • Slow Cooker Bone Broth
  • Shrimp and Okra Gumbo
  • Chicken Cacciatore
  • Smothered Cabbage and Ground Beef
  • Shrimp Boil
  • Crawfish Étouffée
  • Fish Courtbouillon
  • Cajun Dirty Rice
  • Cheesy Cauli-Grits
  • Fried Okra
  • Coconut Apricot Balls
  • Maple Cinnamon Ice “Cream”
  • and, more!

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What Others Are Saying:

Angie Alt of “I’ve said it so many times before, but it bears repeating. Those who have the most success on AIP do not allow the restrictions of elimination phase prevent them from enjoying their food. Tara is another great example of this and her Cajun-inspired creativity really shows in this book.” “Tara has lead the way in showing us how any important cultural or ethnic foods can be adapted to AIP and provided another special cookbook to our community.”

Brittany of ” Tara Perillo is an excellent source for delicious recipes. She creates zesty, flavorful dishes with a cajun flare that I absolutely love, since I grew up on shrimp and grits”.

Erin of “I can’t wait to get cooking!! My girl Paleo Cajun Lady has released the AIP Paleo Cajun Cookbook – it’s sure to be full of flavor!”

Jo Romero of Comfort Bites Blog “This is a fantastic tool to have if you’re looking for different recipes and more general food inspiration on the autoimmune protocol.  All the recipes are dairy, nut, egg, soy, grain, nightshade, and gluten free.” 

Gabriella of Beyond The Bite  “Yet if you are anything like me, you still like food with a creative flare, or in other words, “ethnic food.” There is no saying that Paleo food cannot be this way, and Tara Perillo is forging the way and proving just that with her new E-book, “The AIP Paleo Cajun Lady Cookbook.”


How do I download my e-book?  Upon payment, the download link will be sent to your Pay Pal email address.  From your email, you will be able to download to your computer or device.

How do I open my e-book?  You can open in any PDF reader, Adobe Reader for computers or PDF Reader in Apple products (found in ibooks), on all web-friendly devices, such as computers, tablets, and smart phones.

Will this ebook work on Kindle or Nook?  You will be able to read the ebook on these devices; but, the links in the ebook will not be functional.

Do I need internet access to read this ebook?  Yes. You will need it to download and work all links in ebook.

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Refund Policy:

There are no refunds processed once the download link has been used.  Due to the nature of downloaded material not being tangible merchandise, to be handed over in a return transaction, I cannot ensure it’s deletion by user, once it has been downloaded.  Therefore, I cannot authorize a refund.

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Tara Perillo

Welcome all. I am Tara Perillo, herbalist, homeopath, yoga and fitness instructor, and healthy foodie . After successfully reaching remission of my lupus symptoms, through changes in my diet, exercise, and lifestyle, I wrote the ebook, Sickness To Fitness Quick Start Guide. I am also honored to have my paleo and AIP recipes featured in Paleo Magazine, Paleo Living Magazine, Shape Magazine Online, 85 Amazing AIP Breakfasts, The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook, and blogs by The Paleo Mom, Kris Kresser, Whole New Mom and many others. My focus is to help others become stronger in every facet of their lives. Join me to become stronger in health, mind, body, and spirit, together!

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8 Replies to “AIP Paleo Cajun Cookbook”

    1. Thanks Sarah! I focus on real, down-on-the-bayou, Cajun foods I grew up eating. Most people don’t realize Cajun is a culture/nationality, and not just a cuisine. I hope you enjoy my recipes as much as I enjoyed creating them!


  1. I am just starting my AIP journey and I live in New Orleans. Yeah – God has a sense of humor. When I was on my Pitty Potty, The Phoenix Helix author, Eileen Laird, directed me to you. My question to you is: did you publish this book before or after you discovered Cassava Flour? I believe that is a game changer. For example, making a roux. I’m in the process of trying to recreate all the delicious things I know how to cook but in an AIP manner, like Gumbo. I’d love to try your book but wondering how up to date it is with ingredients.

    1. I actually created my cookbook after discovering cassava flour. In fact, I recommend Otto’s Naturals Cassava Flour in the cookbook, for those looking to make a roux. Luckily, the cookbook is only a year old. So, it’s still very much up to date with ingredients. Enjoy!

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