... you find yourself sitting at your desk eating meat (ham) with your bare hands!
Hey. It was easier than trying to find a fork.
Anyone else have a moment that just made them laugh?
I can't resist responding to the title of this thread:
...you're willing to drive an hour to buy grass-fed beef.
...you eat a slab of veal for breakfast and scrambled eggs for dinner.
...you eat solid chunks of coconut oil like candy.
...you use a model of the food pyramid for a doorstop.
...you empathize with the Geico Caveman.
You run out of olive oil after a few months and realize you have forgotten the way the center isles are laid out in the grocery store you shop at all the time.
Last week a large Grouse committed grousicide by flying into one of our windows. I had no sooner expressed distress at it's fate, when the very next words out of my mouth were...is it edible?
Yes - butchering an entire take-out broiled chicken in the tiny kitchenette in our office while people uncomfortably walked through to get their frozen microwave pastas and sandwiches from the fridge. Eating it at my desk was no less awkward...
...your friends, not from your preaching but merely from accompanying you to certain restaurants and passively observing what you eat and order, start saying things like, "yknow, when i eat less pasta and bread i feel better, too. Meat and vegetables? I could do that i think."
Proof is in the pudding, right?
..seeing the look on your roommate's face when he suggests you put some of your ground beef on a nice pasta then freeze the rest, but instead you scarf down the whole pound of it with a handful of spinach covered in butter. And then try to remember what pasta is.
when the butcher sees you coming and walks to the freezer to get your two frozen pasture fed beef hearts that only evidently you buy.
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