I would like to know what products you wish were available, both realistic and silly fantasy. How much would you pay to have these available?
Me, I wish someone sold something cute for my kid to snack on. Paleo cheddar bunnies or animal crackers or something. Paleo cola would also be awesome, since my husband can't live without his diet Pepsi.
I'd love for stores to sell real bone broths in the freezer section for those times my farmer's market meat seller didn't bring any (or sold out) or I got lazy and forgot to make it and I have a hankering for stoup
A Paleo-friendly day-care and preschool that allows the climbing of trees, serves lamb shanks or bison jerky instead of goldfish crackers, raw milk (or coconut) instead of juice, and will help with elimination communication and/or cloth diapers with the infants.
How about Paleo Toilet paper? Basically, it's like Vibrams for your hand.
How about a T-Shirt that says "Crossfit and Paleo" so that everyone knows that you suffer from chronic inflammation (from the Crossfit) AND that you are doing something about it (Paleo).
The toughest part of paleo, IMO, is the time-intensiveness of cooking all the time, and the difficulty of finding quality ingredients. So I would love to see a paleo grocery store chain - something like Trader Joe's, but that only sells paleo-friendly products. Let's call it Trader Grok's. My dream Trader Grok's would offer lots of prepared foods that you could pick up for a work lunch or for dinner on a lazy night.
... Maybe we could convince Trader Joe's to start a Trader Grok's line of products...
I miss flour tortillas. A whole lot. And with celiac disease, it's not even a cheat I can have. I've tried a rice flour tortilla (the only available locally) and they're very hard to work with and taste like cardboard or soggy cardboard if made as a wrap and stored too long.
-Chocolates and coconut milk that have been treated with cellulase and phytase.
-Tapioca bread/pancakes/whatever without 3000 ingredients from rice and beans.
-Salt substitute from citric acid and dried herbs(Like Benson's Table Tasty but without yeast and nightshades).
-Fully pasture fed no grain/legume poultry and eggs. At least none that I saw here in NY.
That'd be a great start.
Gummy bears sweetened with only glucose/rice syrup/tapioca syrup. Then you'd have tasty gelatin and starch! I love gummy bears :/.
Premade marinades and sauces would be nice. There's always sugar, gluten, or O6 oils. Always. I don't have a ton of time to make my own, and I'm really pretty lazy when it comes to cooking.
Grassfed ice cream with no weird additives, sweetened with glucose only sources or stevia/erythritol.
Gluten free products with only white rice, tapioca, and potato starch. No soy, corn, beans, etc. I would love a nice pizza crust.
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