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Any mention of going 'paleo' - a diet based on the pre-agrigultural, hunter-gatherer lifestyle - might bring to mind men eating steaks and the shunning of all modern foods. But one of the most popular practitioners defies all the stereotypes and actually relishes in changing them.
Danielle Walker, the New York Times best-selling author and writer of Against All Grain, came to a gluten-free, dairy-free and grain-free lifestyle due to an auto-immune disease but now believes that she can have her wheat-less, milk-free cake and eat it too. With recipes designed to recreate textures and flavors from her past, Walker aims to make the paleo diet feel like it isn't a diet at all.
We spoke with Walker about her new book Against All Grain: Meals Made Simple. To hear her advice for going paleo, what ingredients she finds most useful, and what her favorite recipes are, watch the video above!