Whole9 + WF2 = Yummy Fun


If you’ve always wondered what I would look like covered in tomato sauce or which commonly-used ingredient can draw blood if you’re not careful in the kitchen, the recent interview I did with Whole9 is for you. I chatted with Robin at Whole9 HQ to share…

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  • Rodney says:

    Would love to get WF2. Will it be offered in a Kindle version?

  • Jess says:

    I am going out of my mind!!! My copy of WF2 is lost in US Postal Service ethosphere. Being your biggest fan, I pre-ordered it months ago and have been waiting with great anticipation. It was supposedly delivered 2 weeks ago (not true!) but now can be tracked to a random post office far, far away. The postal workers assure me it will only be a matter of days (or weeks!!!) before it gets sent back to my correct address. My friends who have since purchased the book are taunting me with the yumminess of the recipes. When will the torture end??? 🙂

  • Suzanna says:

    Hey Mel, I’m relatively new to Whole30 and Paleo. Your cookbooks have made my life so easy and delicious! Thank you so much. You’re my hero! One question – I can’t for the life of me figure out why the sweet potato waffle isn’t Whole30 approved. Would you educate me please?

    • Mel says:

      Welcome to the paleo club! 🙂

      Although all of the ingredients in the waffle are Whole30 approved, Melissa and Dallas were concerned that the very name “waffle” might confuse people because of the Whole30 stance on “paleoized treats.” To be consistent in their rules, they decided to make the “waffle” off limits during Whole30.