Hi! I finally found a local (kinda) farm raising/sourcing pastured ruminants (raising lamb and sourcing beef from a far away land). What are some of the best (plenty of fat) cuts? If you're into the gelatin, tendon, marrow, etc... what are some... (more)
My favorite food is definitely ground beef (a paleo food, thank goodness!). I was just curious what everyone else's favorite foods or meals were because lately I have been preparing the same meals over and over. I'd like to try some of your... (more)
My girlfriend is about to start "Insanity" and asked me to create a post inquiring as to the PaleoHacks community favorites for Pre and Post workout meals. Preferably simple and quick. THANKS EVERYONE!
Battle of the starches. What's your fave? My personal favorite starch is plaintains because of the versatility. You can fry em, boil em, bake em and eat them like a banana when ripe. I've grown to like them more than the overated sweet potato or... (more)
Going paleo changes your food habits. I really had to go through a big change as I used to rely on potatoes and grains as my primary source of food and feeling full. I can see now that when preparing dinner I have actually worked out a new habit.... (more)
I got into Paleo/Primal mostly by cutting out/back unhealthy/nonPrimal foods like legumes and grains. I've taken it pretty slow on adding new things into my diet, but the last month I've been pretty adventurous, taking advice from you wonderful... (more)
Congrats on being more adventurous and trying some new things. The sardines are like canned health food and I could eat almond butter by the tub if it were in front of me! As to the other foods you mentioned, my wife felt very similar concerning... (more)
I've gotten a little tired of the same old beef stews I've been making so I've decided to take the plunge and get some goat from the local halal store. Does anyone have a great goat stew recipe? I've googled it and seen plenty out there. Which... (more)
What are your favourite vegetables that you can eat everyday? Can you list some good non-nightshade ones? How do you eat them, cooked or raw? If cooked, how is it cooked? Boiled, steamed, sauted, fried, baked lol?
What is your favorite cookbook for everyday paleo/primal cooking ? Everyday cooking as in (roughly in this order of priority): meals which are low-carb paleo/primal compatible meals which don't require a laundry list of ingredients meals which... (more)
This is my favorite paleo recipe book right now. There are lots of different things that keep your diet on track but help you eat well too. Check it out. Over 300 recipes! [EDIT: spammer again]
What is the favorite thing(s) you learned from the Paleo Summit? Optionally what are you going to DO about it? :-)
ribeye poached pears (in red wine with cinnamon) greek yogurt frozen berries (combination of different berries) 85% chocolate
I am so full from dinner it's almost hard to read about all this food... -mashed boiled eggs+butter (I'm counting that as 1) -COFFEE -side pork -sautéed zucchini -apples
I am a tea lover, so my preference shifts often...right now, my fave is Eco Teas Mate' and their Roobois Chai brewed together, blended with butter and coconut oil, vanilla, stevia, nutmeg, cinnamon and cardomom...bulletproof coffee style...so... (more)
I'm interested in what everyone's favorite meals are and where they got them. Here are my top favorite recipes. These are in no particular order, I love them all equally. I didn't include some of my more simpler recipes that I love, just because... (more)
I just introduced sweet potatoes back into my diet. I don't load them with anything but a bunch of cinnamon :] I always eat my potato last...even if theres a huge piece of meat on my plate. I can always eat a sweet potato, they taste delicious,... (more)
Yummy, fresh, rutabagas are one of my favorite veggies, though I limit them carefully as they are a medium starch veggie. We got some wonderful fresh ones, peeled and large-cubed them, and then put bacon in with them in a sort of semi-boil/steam... (more)
What is your favorite Paleo Hacks question or answer of all time? You can list multiple if needed. EDIT: Provide link if possible...
What are your favorite home made sweet or savory tasting sauces? List as many as you like.
I mix and match these, some only come out in the winter, others are used year round. The one with capers is really good with seafood, fresh or even if you're in a pinch a can o tuna. Just mix it up, throw it on greens. The one with curry powder I... (more)
My sister has been doing better on moderate carb paleo. So far she's eating yams, white rice, and a little bit of yogurt and fruit. She needs to rotate a wide variety of foods because she's prone to allergies, plus we don't want to overload on the... (more)
You’re stranded on a deserted island surrounded by super models and tequila. There is also a friendly dog, a sleep number bed and a soccer ball with a face on it. You can choose 3 paleo dishes/foods to eat for the rest of your life. (Taking into... (more)
You know.. I don't think there's a vegetable that I've met that I haven't fallen in love with. On a daily basis I like to go with heartier leafier greens such as kale that are eaten raw or really quickly pan cooked, braised, oven roasted, stir... (more)
When I've tried some old favorite foods, they just don't taste good at all... And the difference of how something used to taste, and how it tastes now is really jarring. Have you had any experiences where old favorites don't taste anything like... (more)
Thanks for reminding me! Probably ribeyes? I might even make hi Potatoes au gratin, his favorite! Broccoli sounds like the logical veggie choice.