Hi All, New to the Paleo lifestyle and probably about 85% Paleo at the time of writing but I'm very conscious that I'm currently not eating grass-fed meat. I've only ever bought meat from a supermarket and I'm very new to whole farm buying... (more)
Alright, while I currently ADORE the farm where I order my wild and grass-fed/finished meats... I would love to hear where all of you get your meat. I recently had the luxury of indulging in wild boar and kangaroo (which my current supplier... (more)
Do you have any good websites that provides good quality and good price for probiotic cultures and sprouting trays? I guess one big source is Amazon.co.uk. As I live in Sweden any tips specifically for me would be greatly appreciated. But... (more)
After trying to find this question’s answer, and looking things up on the web, I came across another person on here asking a similar question. Many people answered it, but I am still in doubt ... so here goes my thoughts and experience and... (more)
SO I keep hearing that a lot of rice has arsenic in it and that some types are better than others. Every time I walk in to a grocery store I get bombarded by all these brands emphasizing some different detail, so I was wondering if anyone had a... (more)
I ended up buying from Bodybuilding.com with a 10% off code.. worked out to about $10 per 15oz
Well I want to try natto (partly because I could not get my Vitamin K2 supplement shipped to canada due to some laws)(I also eat conventional fats so I wont be getting enough k2 there), so where do I get it? Is natto found in regular Asian grocery... (more)
I'm still a bit new to eating beef on a regular basis and am trying to perfect the buying and cooking process. I find that I will often buy a steak, cook it, then end up a little disappointed on how it turned out (been buying New York strips from... (more)
Choose flank over skirt steak. Season with oregano, salt & pepper. Put some olive oil on a paper towel & wipe down a broiler pan. Pop the pan in the oven & turn on the broiler. Cook 2-4 mins each side (depending on how rare you like).... (more)
I have the opportunity to buy some grass-fed beef from a local provider that I just found out about. It's less expensive than what I normally find online, but the downside (as I see it) is that this is some leftover beef from last fall that has... (more)
Because I live with someone who can not handle the smell of cooking meat indoors, I need to grill outside in a covered area. I'd like to get a grill, but for right now, cost is a major issue. Electric would be best.
Hi guys, I sooo much want to purchase the VFF but I'm having a hard time finding retailers here in Canada that have them in stock. I was at the local MEC here, I looked at the MEC online site as well but everywhere it is out of stock. I know I... (more)
They do sell at SportChek. Whether they have any in stock is a different matter. I have seen some models on sale for as little as $60.00. Right now on their site they have a buy one get 50% off the next pair.
Costco doesn't carry hazel nuts. The cashew nuts they sell are roasted (very salty!) Safeway doesn't carry them either :( We don't have Trader Joe's, so unlucky. Does K-Mart or Savemart have em? I need help :'( Thanks
I get the Mauna Loa Macadamias from Costco or Walmart...
Hi all, I was wondering where people have been getting grass-fed offal, and whether this is as important as getting typical grass fed meat cuts. For example, I live on the west coast where 99 Ranch sells lots of cheap obscure meat parts which I'm... (more)
Not 99 Ranch but I've never felt so miserable eating meat as when I eat meat from the Korean market in K-Town. I've never bought the fish but the pork and beef they sell makes me feel horrible. I guess I get what I pay for.