There are so many blogs out there with tons and tons of paleo baked goods. Most of the time the pictures are great, the writer raves about the goodies/bread/what-have-you ('even my picky husband couldn't stop eating them'), and so you assume they... (more)
I've been able to mix melted coconut oil with cocoa powder as a base recipe for making chocolates with coconut oil. I place the mix into chocolate moulds and put in the fridge to set. Its so good being able to make your own chocolate just the way... (more)
I have bought a proper chicken broth by Three Stone Hearth made of chicken carcasses, heads and feet. It is awesome, but I am trying to find some good recipes aside form just microwaving and drinking it, but all I can find is "how to make your... (more)
I just started Paleo and I have started working on weekly meal plans to follow. I have been blogging about it to keep a record, and to share with everyone who is on Paleo. Available here to subscribe -... (more)
I am getting sick of the same breakfast's i have. Anyone have any good and maybe unusual ideas?
My friend suggested I make a Bacon explosion: 2 pounds bacon, thick sliced 2 pounds sausage (italian, breakfast, sage. Whichever you prefer) 1 cup cheddar cheese (finely shredded) 2 whole green onions (thinly sliced) 4 cloves garlic (minced) 1... (more)
I know that it's paleo to use almond or coconut flour instead of regular wheat flour for baking. But in my region one cannot easily find those paleo types of flours and making flour of raw almonds or even coconuts is a crazy and expensive idea... (more)
My absolute favorite is coconut oil- just started using that instead of olive oil and WOW- is my food amazing!!! I use it for omelets, and just about everything. What do you use most, and for what and why? Any good recipes, please do post! (more)
Currently, I'm diggin' coconut griddle cakes fried in ghee, to nestle around a juicy burger. What are your faves? My menu is getting a little stale, and I personally have no qualm against combining things that I'd eat anyway. So give me some... (more)
Moroccan meatballs http://moroccanfood.about.com/od/beeflambandgoatrecipes/r/Kefta_in_butter_sauce.htm (you can sub butter for ghee or other paleo approved fat if you don't do butter) spaghetti squash and meat sauce meat sauce with cauliflower rice (more)
What is your favorite one?Bonus points for:1. Focus on quick-and-easy recipes that can be done under 10 minutes (not counting the time you need wait for the stuff to cook) and with 5-10 ingredients as opposed to two hours cooking sessions using 50... (more)
Hi allMy main question: What is a good paleo recipe book (or other resource), where the recipes actually taste delicious, and are easy to prepare? (Especially looking for marinades and rubs).I've been searching for endless hours and many months,... (more)
Anybody have any low carb recipes? For this that I can get a good amount of this in a day. ALSO Is it best to consume this in the earlier in the day since it is a ROOT veggies and not at night. Usually at night I just drink a glass of it , about... (more)
I'm doing a low carb, high fat version of Paleo, and I'm searching for a good bagel or english muffin like recipe that I can make in the morning and spread coconut oil on. So far, I use this one: 2Tb coconut flour, 3Tb ground flaxseed... (more)
This is my favorite muffin recipe. I use stevia because I have a sweet tooth. When it's straight out of the oven, it's very fresh, delicious and moist-but-not-doughy. http://cowenparkkitchen.com/masa-harina-cornbread/
I have made gizzards differently multiple times and have enjoyed them each time, but I was wondering what other people do when they cook theirs. Just looking for new recipes is all. Thanks!
Hi everyone, I've been making cauliflower rice (following the recipe from "Against All Grain" and only on one occasion was it amazing and tasty.....the other occasions it tasted strange, bitter and just inedible. The other day as I was cooking... (more)
We have tried and enjoyed both a meatza and cauliflower crust but I would love to incorporate the two. I can't seem to find a recipe that has both ingredients in the crust, just one or the other. I'm afraid of ending up with a big pile of meat... (more)
Yes I tried and the secret is a 60% Cauliflower and 40% Meat. Its a little tricky getting the right mix and consistency though. Include some Photos when you make, intersted to see how it turned out for you. Good Luck!
I have made a chicken curry from a couple different Paleo recipes and they always have so much liquid left over. Normally I would use rice with my curry dish but since that isn't really ideal option what else could I use?
What are your best resistant starch recipes ideas? Examples: -potato starch mixed with kefir -green plantain chips -potato and coconut milk mash
I love Red Palm Oil as a diversifying fat in my diet. However, it has a very strong flavor that's hard to accommodate in many dishes. I know Africans use it a lot but their dishes are hard to replicate in America. I've read that it's good in... (more)
I generally follow the same template for all of my meals, which means all of my lunches are pretty simple to make and involve hard boiled eggs. I'm student and spend up to 12+ hours in college sometimes, especially since it's exam season so... (more)
Since they are both purple on the outside, I thought they were the same thing, but while looking up recipes, it appears Japanese sweet potatoes are white on the inside, while purple sweet potatoes are dark purple inside and out. Which contain... (more)
I started the 21 Day Sugar Detox (Level 3, obviously) at the beginning of November and I was wondering if anyone had any go-to recipes that they liked that don't have any fruit (except for green-tipped bananas and green apples) or added... (more)
I'm trying to bake cookies using the most natural ingredients possible. The recipe that I developed, and tested, this morning is as follows: 12 oz. almonds (blended) 8 oz. dates (blended) 2 eggs 1 half of an avocado 1... (more)
Chufas (a.k.a tigernuts http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyperus_esculentus) are tubers that are used in Spain to make a drink called horchata (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horchata). Water, soaked chufas and sugar (sadly) are the only ingredients... (more)