I have in front of me a roasted ham joint from Tesco. Ready to eat. On the nutritional info, per 100g, it says Protein 20g Carbs 1g Fat 5.9g Fibre 0 Sodium 0.7 Salt equivalent 1.8 That is all it says. Now I'm no... (more)
I have never been into the Prosciutto ham thing, but ever since I started Paleo, I've bought packs just to eat a couple of slices a day. It's not a craving that can get away, but I wonder what does Prosciutto ham has that I need as nutrient... (more)
This is my first year where I won't be able to make my usual black beans with my leftover Easter ham bone. What are some good Paleo ham bone recipes to make? Split pea and ham soup? Can ham bones be used for bone broth? Or is that a beef bone... (more)
If you're avoiding black beans, why are you considering split peas? They're in the same category of legumes, right? I promise I'm not trying to be snarky, just curious! I'm no fancy cook, but I don't see why it couldn't be a good start to a soup... (more)
So, while grocery shopping yesterday, my boyfriend and I were looking at an uncured spiral cut ham from Trader Joes. I'm assuming this, while nitrate/nitrite free, is not paleo because it contains sugar. The ingredients were: Ham, Water,... (more)
Sally Fallon, President of Weston A. Price and author of Nourishing Traditions says that pork needs to be marinaded or cured to prevent the "sludging" effect is has on our blood. I thought TJs had some non-nitrite/nitrate cured bacon or ham.
I read Dr. Cordain's Paleo book first and he says no green beans because they're a legume. Dr. Cordain also says no ham because it's a salt food, therefore too acidic. Then I read Rob Wolf's Paleo book and he has separate recipes for green beans... (more)
I have to cook a brunch meal for 12 people, only 3 of which are CavePeople. Currently thinking of a quality ham, a fritatta, and some crusty bread for the freaks. Any Suggestions, that are not too labor intensive, and are easily served buffet style? (more)
I don't particularly get the attraction, but a lot of my family like mixed fruit bowls/platters at buffet brunches. Edit: And you can buy this stuff pre-cut at nearly every supermarket.
I love ham. LOVE it. The question is: Where does Ham fall into the Paleo spectrum? Obviously cured meat is a benefit to society as a whole, and I would personally have zero problems with artisanal high end hams. Right now I treat most ham as... (more)