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Prosciutto Melon Wrap-Ups

These simple snacks will satisfy your sweet and savory cravings. Make them as described, or make a summer salad by cubing the melon and tossing it with thinly sliced prosciutto, mint and a splash of extra-virgin olive oil. You could also make kebabs by threading cubed melon, slices of prosciutto and whole mint leaves on wooden skewers. This recipe would also be excellent with fresh figs or ripe peaches instead of melon. Fresh basil leaves may also be used in … Continue reading

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Sicilian Salad

This salad can be as simple or complicated as you like. Skip the optional ingredients for an easy to make lunch, or put in the extra time for an exceptionally flavorful meal.

Makes two salads.
Approximate prep time: 15 minutes … Continue reading

Salami Stackers

These tasty little snacks are easy to pack on the go. Don't like tomatoes and Dijon? Try pickled peppers and horseradish, or simply smear a slice of avocado with freshly ground black pepper instead.

Makes a snack for two.
Approximate prep time:5 minutes

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Q&A: Sweet potatoes for autoimmune, seltzer water, and sugar in ham

A really good set of questions recently came in that I thought some of you might be interested in. Hello, My partner and I recently signed up at Paleoplan.com and have a few questions in regards to following the diet properly. 1) I have an autoimmune disease and had read on your site to completely stay away from potatoes (white). Do I also need to stay away from sweet potatoes? 2) Is it acceptable to drink seltzer water on Paleo? … Continue reading

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Q&A: Is Bacon Paleo?

Below is a question we get often about bacon and other processed foods. I've been doing these "Is x food Paleo" posts lately because it seems there's still a lot of confusion about what is and what is not Paleo. Our ebook and our Complete Idiot's Guide to Eating Paleo book both go into more detail about other debatable foods, in case you want more info. Ok, here goes bacon... and a couple other foods. Q: I just finished reading The … Continue reading

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