I personally like coconut meat. Good source of fats and pretty cheap.
Berries like elderberry, huckleberry, wild strawberry, gooseberries, sea berry, cloud berry. Has anybody realized that it's a perfect snack idea?
Also, I wish there was a way to buy dehydrated meat. Not beef jerky (they add wheat and soy sauce to that), but just plain unsalted dried meat. And fish. Why there should be salt in everything?
Boogers! Ok...not so much. Am working my way through cookbook called odd bits and I'm loving the weirder pieces of animal. Favorite includes beef cheeks. A very underutilized meat. (my farmer never used it, sent it to the renderer until I asked him for it and now he sells it-hmmmm wonder if I can get commission?) today we are making 1/2 a pastured pig's head. Plan...parboil, then drape in bacon (keeping it in the family) and roast. (its already cleaned and skinned). We also love sliced side meat vs bacon. Cheaper and you can add your own spices.
I'm kind of in love with frog legs...I wish I knew how to bread & fry gizzards in a Paleo style because those suckers are good, too.
I don't actually eat any of these, but my family has always loved them (none of them are Paleo eaters, though) boiled pig ears with cabbage, turkey neck, tripe, cow brains (although they prefer them in a taco)
Fried worms. Seaweed soup. Piri-piri. Artichokes. Olives. Squid stew. Hey, what about live baby squid? Crispy fish eyes! Chestnuts. Flower nectar. Blood sausage. REAL pork rinds made by my mother! Roasted baby pig. Wine. Rabbit. Pigeons. Tripe. Fiddleheads?
Coconut curry dishes...can of coconut milk, 2T curry paste, 2 tsp turmeric, dash of fish sauce and you have a killer sauce to use on any of your favorite meats and/or veggies. Even keep some of the curry sauce in the fridge as a veggie dip...good fats, sweet tasting and very versatile.
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