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Paleo'S ARCHIVE

  • Beef liver with Apples, Onions and Bacon

    By admin | In Nutrition | on October 1, 2012

    This post is long overdue – one cannot emphasize enough the importance of consuming organ meats, especially liver. This “nature’s multivitamin”  or “most nutrient-dense food on the planet” has been regarded as one of the prized components in all traditional cultures, along with other organs, namely kidneys and brains. Why is liver such a super […]

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  • Whole Life Challengers: 5 Game day ideas!

    By admin | In Nutrition | on September 24, 2012

    Who said football season couldn’t be paleo friendly? Here are 5 finger food ideas! 1) Sausage (or meatballs) on toothpicks: (I like using Applegate Farm or Kielbasa beef sausages. Just grill, slice and assemble! If they’re pre-cooked, then slicing and pan frying gives them a perfect, slight crisp) TX BBQ style –  Jalapeno sausages – […]

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  • Lamb Osso Bucco

    By admin | In Nutrition | on September 11, 2012

    No longer in the 100s – this must be fall! Here’s a hearty, braised lamb shank recipe to get the season started! Osso Bucco is an Italian recipe that uses veal shanks braised in wine and broth. However, the veal  can be easily substituted by lamb shanks, or even to slow cook beef brisket. Ingredients: […]

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  • I was so happy to finally see some non-frozen ground lamb at HEB last week! It was branded HEB “Natural” and stocked near the ground beef section. Since lamb is common in Middle Eastern and North Indian cuisines, I thought of trying  these kebab-like lamb burgers. And what goes better with a kebab than a […]

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  • Coconut Aminos: The Holy Grail

    By ShelleyB | In Nutrition, Uncategorized | on August 23, 2012

    Recently, I obtained the cookbook, Well Fed by by Melissa Joulwan. Every recipe in there is “LICK THE BOWL GOOD”! As I was cooking through the book, I began to notice an ingredient that I was not yet familiar with, coconut aminos. I had heard of Bragg’s Aminos, Tamari, or soy sauce, so I figured […]

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  • No fuss Baked Salmon

    By admin | In Nutrition, Uncategorized | on August 7, 2012

    You’ve probably heard about the taking fish oil supplements, noticed the pastured eggs at the grocery store with the “DHA/EPA”, eating more fish and grassfed meat, etc. etc. Why is that important? – Omega 3 and Omega 6 are “essential” fatty acids because they’re necessary but are not produced by the body. – Although they […]

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  • No Grain. What????

    By ShelleyB | In Nutrition | on July 30, 2012

    No Grains. It is a hard concept for folks to fathom when you tell them that you do not eat grains on Paleo. It is usually followed by the, “can you eat brown rice?” No, it’s a grain. “Can you eat corn?” No, it’s a grain. “What about Whole Wheat, that’s healthy?” No, it’s a […]

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  • One pot meal: Chicken Thai Curry Soup

    By admin | In Nutrition | on July 24, 2012

    Perfect for a weeknight, this spicy Thai curry soup is easy to put together with some pantry staples and any vegetables you have on hand. In 20-30 minutes, you have a meal in a bowl…and the best part, you’re cleaning just one utensil at the end of it!! Ingredients: 2 lbs boneless, skinless chicken thighs […]

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  • Do you think with your stomach?

    By admin | In Nutrition | on July 19, 2012

    Hi everyone, this blog post is an introduction to the Gut-Brain axis. What is it? Why is it important? How does it relate to our paleo lifestyle? What is the paleo diet and lifestyle? The paleo diet can be broadly described as a diet that includes local, pastured, wild caught meat and fish, eggs, seasonal […]

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  • The July 4 pool party last week at my friends Jess and Tanner’s place had this amazing spread– deviled eggs, slaw with homemade mayo, burgers and frozen watermelon and cantaloupe balls. The most popular item on the menu was dessert: almond butter cookies topped with cream and strawberries! This wasn’t some sort of “paleo” meet […]

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  • Grilled Chicken with Blueberry Sauce

    By ShelleyB | In Nutrition | on July 5, 2012

    I love summer. Fresh, seasonal fruits and veggies and grilled food – a Foodie’s dream. When recently shopping at our local farmer’s market, there are loads, and loads of fresh blueberries right now. Big, plump, juicy blue goodness. We cannot get enough of them. Here is a recipe that thinks outside of the box a […]

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