Hey, Love frying up some veggies and meat but can't find a SINNNGGLLLEE stir fry sauce recipe. I find lost of sauce recipes but nothing for a good stiry fry. I am a bit nervous to just toss up any oil and veggies and hope for the best- some... (more)
Was looking to put this on my eggs. I love this stuff... good for buffalo wings too. I noticed it has xanthan gum and sodium benzoate. Everything else if fine. I go all organic but I need my dipping sauce... I love that stuff. I dipped my wings... (more)
So I was reading a guide on Japanese soy sauces and apparently Japanese celiacs observe no ill effects from having soy sauce that was brewed with wheat in it: "*A note about gluten intolerance and soy sauce. Much of the wheat gluten is broken... (more)
I'm looking for a premium wheat/soy/corn-free organic oyster sauce. On wikipedia, I see a few health concerns for contaminants: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oyster_sauce#Health And on this site, I see a post... (more)
Hey there, I am fairly new to Paleo and this is my first post on these forums, so I'm hoping you'll bear with me. For a first question this is going to be especially loaded. It's more like 4 questions in one. Yesterday I bought a fair amount of... (more)
I'm currently using turmeric in lime juice, mixed with avocado, garlic, onionm, salt and pepper. Anybody have any tasty sauce or dressing recipes with raw turmeric?
i used to eat sweet potato for starch but got sick of it, my dad recently bought organic brown rice at costco. its quick, easy and convenient, buts it very dry with tuna. what would you recommend adding on to the rice?!
I posted a pretty sweet cranberry sauce recipe here: http://sanspizza.blogspot.com/2012/11/paleo-cramberry-sauce.html?m=1 & I made PaleOMG's Thanksgivig stuffing the other day, so delicious! Any suggestions on pumpkin pie crusts? or anything... (more)
I have been unable to find a gluten and soy free Worcestershire sauce commercially-- does one exist? If not, is there are tried and true homemade recipe (perhaps using coconut aminos?) I currently use French's which is gluten free, but the soy... (more)
Lea & Perrins is the original Worcestershire sauce, and is widely available. It contains neither soy nor gluten. In fact, in a cursory look at the ingredients label, it doesn't have other funky ingredients, either. Real food, I'd say.
hi ph, my mom is old school korean and makes her own soy sauce from scratch. when it's fermenting, the soy looks and smells really bad. ha, my non asian friends in high school made fun of me b/c it looks like little towers of dried poo. anyhow,... (more)
Last night I made some delicious butternut squash bowls with (of course, grassfed) beef instead topped with sauce. Sadly, this meal was impromptu and I hadnt any time to blend a sauce together, grabbed some Trader Joes marinara sauce to use. To... (more)
For those who grew up on steak and A1, what's the alternative? Among A1's ingredients which seem qustionable are corn syrup solids, xanathan gum, and caramel color. Here's the full ingredient list for A1, which is probably the most... (more)
I have read here that sriracha sauce is fine in 'small amounts' due to the sugar. The problem with me is I am addicted to the stuff and use fairly liberal amounts on meat and vegetables (sriracha on green beans is insane!). Is there any chili... (more)
What kind of stuff can I make at home and put in a jar in my fridge that will keep for a while? I make homemade hot sauce which seems to keep for at least a couple weeks. Flavored butter also keeps. Most everything else I've messed with goes bad... (more)
Wheat is typically listed on the bottle for most soy sauces, but there does seem to be some debate over whether the gluten actually remains after the fermentation process. Thoughts? is soy sauce an issue if one wants to stay gluten free? I know... (more)
Meat is good, but steak sauce seems to make it better. I've poured meat drippings on my meat, put butter on it - and I still wish for a steak sauce. Has anyone experimented and made a Paleo stake sauce? if so, please share your recipe!
What are your favorite home made sweet or savory tasting sauces? List as many as you like.
I mix and match these, some only come out in the winter, others are used year round. The one with capers is really good with seafood, fresh or even if you're in a pinch a can o tuna. Just mix it up, throw it on greens. The one with curry powder I... (more)
A lot of vietnamese dishes require the use of a cooked fish sauce, which contains sugar, water, lemon, and fish sauce. I've heard about Red Boat fish sauce, but I need an alternative to the sugar to get the sweet and tangy taste I'm accustomed... (more)
How about this one: http://nomnompaleo.com/post/4957495679/paleo-pantry-find-red-boat-fish-sauce
Yes buffalo sauce is Paleo if you consider dairy to be in your diet. Combine 1 part unsalted butter with one part franks red hot. (Aged Cayenne Red Peppers, Distilled Vinegar, Water, Salt, Natural Flavor and Garlic Powder)
I'm trying to find a decent Paleo fish sauce. There's a brand called Red Boat Fish Sauce but it retails for $15 online + $10 shipping and handling...is there any Paleo substitutes out there? Or other less expensive brands? My Thai food needs it! (more)
Not to hijack the thread or anything, but can someone tell me what one actually does with fish sauce? I see it mentioned all the time, but not it's actual use. Is it used as a condiment? What kind of meals does it accompany?