I find that whenever I need organ meats most in my diet (ie. period, intense training) I find them the least palatable, and instead want really palatable foods like fruits, nuts, chocolate, starchy vegetables, and fermented dairy?
I'm fully aware of how nutritious liver is, except for one tiny problem: I CAN"T STAND THE SMELL OR TASTE OF IT! Maybe it's just a thing of my generation, but whenever my parents cook it, the smell of it alone is enough to make me want to puke. Is... (more)
Don't cook it very much. Low heat and not for very long, it seems to get tough and extra 'livery' when I cook in more than just a tiny little bit. Of course butter and garlic is the way to go.
So I just tried something a little crazy and it worked! We all know that we are supposed to include grass-fed liver in our diet except some people, like me, find it too disgusting to eat in the usual ways. Yesterday after picking some up from my... (more)
I'd like to experiment with a food regimen that is Paleo and conforms to Stephan Guyenet's food reward concept/theory. The specific target is weight loss - regrettably my existing paleo diet seems to have plateaued in terms of weight loss. I... (more)
What main food sources would have tasted best to our caveman ancestors without things like salt and other spices? Not occasional treats like honey and fruit, but main food sources.