This book appears more useful and logical than the bland, cover-all-the-bases title made it appear to me. My first impression was that the world hardly needed another general, introduction-to-Paleo cooking book, but close examination has moved me slightly away from my “this is a waste” viewpoint.
If you are new to the Paleo world, or have very few cookbooks in your home featuring Paleo in the title, I would suggest Lacasse’s Paleo Home Cooking is a fine instrument for you to learn and practice from. I like her use of little graphics in the upper-left-hand corner of recipe pages, quickly alerting the page-skimmer whether this recipe is keto-friendly, egg-free, squeaky clean, can be prepared ahead, takes a long time to prepare, etc. Considering I believe most of us often dip into cookbooks at random and leaf through the pages, this is a useful feature.
If you’ve “been Paleo” for long you’ll find Paleo Home Cooking redundant and unnecessary. Friends just gaining curiousity about a Paleo lifestyle will benefit from the friendly, easy-to-understand recipes and basic information.