Hi all, I am a college student living in Salem, OR and when I *can* afford to eat off campus, that is preferred. I already know of a few good places in Portland that are primal but I was wondering if anyone knows of any in Salem? Would be... (more)
Since you're not likely to find any, try seafood from Newport or McGrath's. I was in Corvallis last night and had some excellent bacon guacamole at del Alma. They had a lot of tapas and charcuterie that could pass for paleo.
What are the best Paleo-Friendly restaurants near Myrtle Beach, SC?My boyfriend and I are going on vacation with some friends in a few weeks to Myrtle Beach, SC. We are both Paleo and I am trying to find some great restaurant options while there... (more)
I am using a paleo fresh meal delivery service called Primal Organic. So on the week I always eat 100% strict paleo. My question in related to the weekends when I am out with friends. I hate quizzing the waiter/waitress about all the... (more)
Go for simple, straightforward menu items. Grilled and roasted meats, fish, poultry, pork, etc. Steamed or baked veggies. Try to eat things that are not too elaborate, because the more complex they are, the higher the likelihood that they have... (more)
I just finished a like 1000 calorie Korean BBQ dinner with friends. It was NOT my idea but when we sat down at a table with a grill in the middle and they started carting in the raw fatty meat and fermented veggies, I knew something AMAZING was... (more)
I have to go on a business trip for 6 days- to Pigeon Forge, which probably makes it worse- and it will be the first time I've had to try to eat paleo while going out for every meal. Also, my per diem isn't very high so no fancy dinners for me!... (more)
Hi paleo friends! Does anyone know any good restaurants/grocery stores that are conducive to paleo eating? ...ill be staying there most of February and am looking for ideas! Thank you all and namaste :)
I don't know how Paleo it would be, but Athenian Gardens (there's a few locations I think) is the BEST greek restaurant. Their greek salad and gyros are amazing. I grew up on them, and go back as often as I can :-)
Expeller-pressed coconut oil is healthier and, at least on the international commodities market, cheaper than canola oil. So why don't more restaurants use it as their cooking oil of choice, particularly as its reputation for being a healthy oil... (more)
I feel that very recently, I've started to see the dining options where I live (Seattle) growing more paleo friendly. More chefs are cooking with paleo-approved fats (or receptive to cooking with tallow and olive/avocado/coconut oil when asked),... (more)
I must say in Wichita, KS the answer is no. We do have a Natural Grocers here now that carries local grass fed meat. The closest thing we have to a place to eat out and stay paleo would be Chipotle Grill.
We Want Paleo is a site aimed at asking restaurants to offer paleo choices. They're asking people to sign up and sort of sign a petition to let restaurants know that there's demand for paleo-friendly restaurants. check it out. wewantpaleo.com (more)
My husband and I will be traveling to San Diego in a few months and I'm starting to plan. Does anyone have experience with some great Paleo Friendly Restaurants in the area?
Hey guys my health has improved since paleo, I've also lost weight and been more energetic BUT: 1) I now get headaches most times when I eat at restaurants. 2) I am now more lactose intolerant than ever. 3) I carry my own coconut flour muffins... (more)
When you eat out in restaurants do you assume they are using vegetable oils to fry/cook the food and accept it or do you ask specifically what the food is cooked in? Also do you ask about gluten in soups and stews or let the little details go when... (more)
I'm dairy free, nut free, almost fruit free paleo. I'm in a situation where I have to eat out tonight and the place is Buffalo Wild wings. Not ideal but I have to make due. I'll get to eat the next day so if I don't end up eating that much its not... (more)
I CURRENTLY work at Buffalo Wild Wings. I have for nearly a decade. The oil used in the fryers at my location is beef tallow. There is a small amount of trans fat listed. I personally take my lunches, but if I'm going to kick my heels up I get... (more)
Hey Guys, I'm new to the site but so far it has been an incredible resource for me. I was wondering if there is currently any type of guide/website with "paleo friendly" meals from common restaurants? This would be super helpful when people want... (more)
I've been trying to follow a "Paleo" lifestyle as best I can, but I have to admit that it's a real challenge for me, especially since I have a "fear of cooking" (and probably, a dose of laziness too), and haven't cooked a real meal - Paleo or not... (more)
For those familiar with the area -- any good ones that have escaped me? Grass-fed burgers at Baltimore Burger Bar (Hampden, MD) Steakhouses (The Prime Rib, Morton's, etc.) Woodberry Kitchen All the sushi places Seafood joints (Black Olive, Kali's... (more)
Now normally I wouldn't touch Chinese food with a bargepole. However, in the name of workplace/social politeness, today, with some collegaues I visisted the dreaded AYCE (all-you-can-eat) Chinese buffet round the corner. I grabbed a plate, and... (more)
The Chinese buffets around here have crab legs (which you have to fight for), and prime rib. Some have decent sushi if you're ok with rice. Otherwise, I look for proteins and veggies without goopy sauces.
I don't eat out often, but I just ignore the whole subject of oils when I do, what about you? It seems to me that people with serious health issues would be wise to be completely strict, and while I don't have cancer, I do suffer from migraines... (more)
Can anyone recommend any paleo-friendly restaurants in London? I'm not really looking for 'paleo' in the restaurant's self-description, but someplace serving quality meat (i.e., it lived in a fairly natural environment -- grass-finished or wild,... (more)