2013 Book Tour



Books will be available for sale at all of the signing locations and are encouraged to be purchased at the store, however, you may also bring a previously purchased copy if you wish.

Upcoming Events

September 14th 3-4pm | Omnivore Books on Food | San Francisco

September 21st 1pm-3pm | Costco | Concord, CA (Monument Blvd)

October 6th 1pm- 3pm | Costco | Burbank, CA (W Burbank Blvd)

October 9th 7pm | Barnes&Noble | San Diego, CA (Mira Mesa)

October 18th 7pm| Chapters Indigo Manulife Center | Toronto (Bloor St)

October 20th 2-4pm | Barnes&Noble | Livingston NJ

October 21st 6:30pm | Hell's Kitchen Sur La Table | New York (W 57th)*

October 23rd 7pm | Barnes&Noble | Pittsburgh, PA (W Bridge St).

Past Events (click below to watch videos of the events!)

August 10th 12-3pm | Whole Foods Headquarters | Austin 

August 11th 1-3pm | Barnes&Noble | Houston (West Gray St)

August 12th 7pm | Sweat on State Gym | Chicago

August 13th 12-2pm | Books-A-Million | Chicago (South Clark St)

August 15th 7pm | Barnes&Noble 7 Corners | Falls Church VA

August 17th 11-1pm | Cook's Warehouse Midtown | Atlanta

September 7th 10am & 1pm | Gourmandise School | Santa Monica, CA (Click here for required Registration)

September 12th 6pm | Tyler Florence Shop | Mill Valley




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46 Responses to “2013 Book Tour”

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  1. Tricia Schubert

    I’ve been diagnosed with IBS Crohns & Pancreatitis( on & off, for the pancreatitis). I have been on every medication out there, including steroids, which I’allergic to, & Remicade, that I hated & still did not help. I’ve ended up with sleep apnea & herniated & deteriorating disk, GERD, & depression. I’m not sure everything is connected to my Crohns. I hardly get out of bed, & if I do I’m exhausted. I hardly leave the house, because the closest bathroom is six minutes away, & my appetite is up then down constantly. In February of last year I had a stillborn little girl, Lilly Ann, & within a month a full hysterectomy. By the way, I was first diagnosed with Crohns in 2008, everything else came after. I’m nauseated all the time, I take Zolfram, so I don’t puke. I have panic attacks too if I’m somewhere & not sure I will get to the bathroom or that it would be available. My life is pure ER & doctor appointments too. My husband has lost two jobs because of me, & three years ago we found out our 13 year old daughter has Crohns too. She has many struggles to, as far as the bathroom & is on three medications, that seem to keep her somewhat stable. I am to tired & week to do anything my husband does mostly everything, & as far as food I have no clue where to start. He does the cooking & tries to make healthy meals, but they still are not healthy, nor do they help, but we don’t know what to do. I’m confused on what we should or shouldnt eat. I’m 36 years old & I feel I’ve missed out on so much. Our night outs are at the ER, were we are looked at as bothersome, because we are constantly there. I’m lost, I don’t know what the answer is, or like I said how to even start?! I can’t work, & as I mentioned earlier my husband lost two jobs already because of me, which he does not blame me at all, he’s 100% supportive. Now he has a job takes care of the house, cooks, cleans, & takes care of our daughter & me. & we still struggle every day includeing financially now also. & what scares me is I don’t know how do you afford the healthy food? I need advice, any would be wonderful & greatly appreciated. After I read your story & throughout I cried, because I know how you feel/felt. I don’t have the energy to try and change things. Please respond with any information you can. Thank you. Sincerely, Tricia Schubert.

    • Annie Dru

      I’m so sorry to hear of your struggle. It sounds like you would benefit greatly from the GAPS protocol developed by Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride. It makes miracles (:

    • Jessica Boyd

      Look for a chiropractor in your area that specializes in applied kinesiology. See if anyone in your area does electrodermal screening. There are a lot of natural options out there for medication. Sounds like you need to have your food sensitivities tested for and you probably need to go on a serious detox. Have you ever been tested for parasites?

    • Connie

      I am disabled living off of Social Security. I understand the difficulty of eating healthy on a restricted income. I get organic chicken and ground beef at Costco as well as organic carrots, spinach, eggs, and other various veggies. When you get veggies home Immediately take them out of the plastic bags and put them in air tight containers. (rubbermaid, tupperware, etc. cheap glad or ziploc wont’ work) This will make most veggies last up to two weeks as opposed to two days (saving on wasted food and money). Some veggies last even longer! One bag of carrots lasts 2 people a month eating them daily. If carrots ever get flimsy, submerge them in water (cut them up if you wish) in an airtight container in the fridge to bring them back to “new”. If you want you can pre chop them, cover them with water and keep them in the fridge ready to cook up at a moments notice. Pre-preparing veggies allows me to quickly cook them up resulting in less waste. For me, if I have to take the time to prepare them and then cook them I just won’t do it because of the time involved. Preparing ahead of time allows me to throw handfuls in a frying pan with water and steam/saute in about 5 minutes. Add coconut oil to the saute for a great flavor. It can be done.

    • Katrina

      I would get tested for Celiac and gluten senstivity and no they are not the same thing. Gluten Senstivity is the cause of most autoimmune problems such as Crohns the diffrence in genetics predisposes you too.
      The problem is there is not a established test for Gluten Senstivity that is recognized by the Medical Community. Eliminate all grains and try eliminating dairy also for a while. You may have other food allergies also which you need to eliminate. I feel for you I have Celiac and am a Health Coach I work with
      People who not only have Celiac but other autoimmune disorders. Bodyfoodconnection .com
      [email protected] if you ever just want to talk.

    • Meghan


      I am so sorry for you and your family. I cannot even imagine watching my child go through what I have gone through. Almost 3 years ago I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis, a pretty severe case. I was given multiple medications only to find out I was allergic to them or they did not work. I took Remicade and steroids for over a year and felt like a zombie walking through life trying to raise a 1 year old and work full time. My family and I were very lucky and were able to make drastic changes to our life but it all began with keeping a food journal. Over time, I was able to pinpoint what made me sick….I don’t have it 100% down but it has helped me–I have been medication free for over a year! There are some healthy foods that I can only eat cooked or even chopped in a smoothie. It is a start and should help you to understand if your body is sensitive to certain foods or the way they are processed/cooked. Good luck and I wish you nothing but health and happiness.


    • Christina

      The GAPS protocol changed my life. It’s hard, that’s true. I was unemployed and unemployable because of my health problems. I would go days in my pjs. To top it off, my oldest child had hideous health problems as well. I don’t know what happened but at some point we just decided we had to fight like hell. And we did. GAPS is tough. Cutting out grains is tough. Cutting out sugar is the toughest. But it doesn’t hve to be expensive. Go buy your meat at Costco. Just get chicken breasts, they don’t have to be organic. Get veggies and fruit- if you cannot afford organic don’t beat yourself up. I went from thinking I would be dead before my kids got through high school and spending days on end in bed to going back to school and finishing my degree. Two years ago I didn’t think I would make it. Now I have finished college with straight As, and I do crossfit. Two things I never would dreamed were possible. It’s hard but you have to dig down in there and realize that life is short and precious, and that you OWE it to yourself to be happy and feel whole. Give it a strict month. It is worth it. I promise. After that, it will get so much easier. And although there are a lot of lifestyle changes, the most important thing to do is not let yourself get overwhlemed. Stay calm. If you end up eating spaghetti over grilled zucchini every night for a week because you don’t know what else to cook, so be it. Books: “Gut and Psychology Syndrome” by Natasha Campbell McBride and “Breaking the Vicious Cycle” by (I think) Elaine Gottschall. If you have cable TV and can’t afford to go to the a natural/functional med doc- get rid of it. That’s what we did. It might mean no vacations and it might mean no date nights. It might mean shopping at thrift stores. That’s how we live. Our heath is our biggest priority, and our pearl of great price. Fight for it. Life is short. I sincerely wish you the very best of luck.

    • Tracy

      I was also diagnosed with Crohn’s, Tricia. I could barely walk up stairs at 32 my arthritis was so bad. I also dealt with terrible pain, a small intestines that was polka-dotted with ulcers, mouth sores, skin rashes and pain while eating. I had been on Remicade over 3 years. Now? I’m off all meds and feel great!!! I am eating healthy and got myself a Naturopath that provided several clinical studies from reputable sources indicating most people with Crohn’s actually have food intolerances. I have to stay away from wheat (gluten), processed dairy, some nuts, citrus fruits, and coffee. IgG testing will reveal which foods you need to stay away from.

      • Tracy N

        Tracy – What city are you in. Your situation sounds like my sons and he too is having success with Naturopath. Why do more people not know about other options?

        • Armand

          Trisha, et al

          I would like to recommend the site, Doctoryourself.com, author is Andrew Saul, PHD. Look into the Gerson Therpy, and highly encourage juicing and especially large dosages of Vitamin C! I take about 16,000 mg a day, and it has helped tremendously. You can get a bottle of it at Sam’s Club for under $16.00, 500 count, 500mg. Lasts a very long time, Also, stay of wheat! Wheatbellyblog.com

          All the best and God bless!

  2. Gayle W

    Wish you were coming out to western Massachusetts! Looking forward to the cookbook, love your recipes and tips.

  3. Petia Williams

    Your recipes are amazing! My three sons have gluten and dairy allergies and new recipes to help cater for our family are always welcome.

  4. Rhonda

    Looking for new ways to eat to avoid migraines. I would love to win your book since I cannot purchase it at this time!

  5. Karen

    I would love to win this book too! My children are both gluten and dairy free. I am pregnant with our third and will be moving into a gluten and dairy free diet for the baby. I eat mostly that way now, 99.5% gluten free and at least 70% dairy free. I need healthy recipes for my pregnancy and when I enter the breastfeeding years. It is a struggle right now to find recipes for my children and I.

  6. Diane Pagnucco

    I would love to win a copy of this book. I bought it on pre-order for a wedding gift quite a while ago so it would be awesome to have a copy for myself also.

  7. John

    You are coming to Austin and Houston but not Dallas/Fort Worth? Are you planning to stop in that area any time soon?

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  9. Jennifer

    I just got the email that your book is on it’s way to me and I can’t wait. I hope your book tour makes it to Michigan!

  10. Elvira

    Ordered your book at Amazon and it’s delivered here in the Netherlands! Love it!

  11. Andrea Rosen

    My kids and I are allergic to corn/corn derivatives and my husband has just recently come to the conclusion he is sensitive to gluten. I am excited to buy your book and try out your recipes. Hard enough to avoid corn, but to throw gluten out of the mix has taken us to another level.

    • Against All Grain

      I’ll be there the 7th at the Gourmandise School doing cooking demos, having a talk and signing books at 10am and 1pm.

      • Irene

        Ok…I can’t wait…I was a lil confused because there might be a typo on the book date flyer above…it says the 8th…thank you for confirming.

  12. Karen

    I love the new cookbook, and I have tried may recipes. I looked for a correction page or something, but can’t find one. I am starting to make the Almond Crisps on page 218 of the cookbook but there is no oven temp listed. Am I missing something? I am going to try and make them guessing on the temp but if you could please advise. That would be great.

    • Against All Grain

      Oh my goodness, I’m so sorry! Thank you for letting me know. Preheat at 350 and bake for 10 minutes.

  13. Caroline

    I came to your signing in Chicago and got the book, and this morning I made a peach coffee cake without grain or sugar that tastes really good. I must now rethink my entire understanding of the universe.
    Thank you, and best of luck.

  14. Sheryl

    I LOVE your cookbook! I have a question about the recipe for Blueberry waffles… can you use this recipe and make them into pancakes instead? If I can make them into pancakes, would I need to adjust any of the ingredients? I don’t have a waffle iron, but I’d love to make this for my son who is grain free. Thanks so much,

  15. Sophia

    Your recipes really do have a positive impact on people’s lives. It must be so wonderful to know that.
    Your recipes are the best tasting of all Paleo recipes I’ve tried. One time I made one of your baked goods, can’t remember which ones, and they came out soo good, and I thought, to think, I’ve had these ingredients in my kitchen all this time but never put them together like this. You really have a talent for it.

  16. Paige

    I LOVE your cookbook! I have a quick question. I would like to know where I can purchase legal almond milk? Thanks!
    I didn’t find your cookbook until after you were in Atlanta on your book tour! Please let me know if you come back this way!

  17. Dar

    Will you be coming to Columbus Ohio? Oh, please say yes!! I’m finishing up two months of AIP Paleo, and am continuing to heal from a severe Hashimotos flair up. Your story is very inspiring and would so enjoy meeting you some day!
    Be well!


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