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The quintessentially Italian ragu alla bolognese is a meat sauce slowly simmered to develop flavor and thicken. It’s a perfect recipe for the crockpot and an easy adaptation to Paleo. Spaghetti squash serves as our Paleo pasta. … Continue reading
Do you have a craving that only a drizzle of salty, earthy soy sauce can cure? The unique flavor of soy sauce or tamari (a version made without wheat) is hard to duplicate, but rest easy, dear Paleo umami lovers; there is a replacement for you. Coconut aminos have stormed the soy-castle as a Paleo friendly substitution. While not an identical swap, coconut aminos serve as a natural condiment that can be used as a simple dipping sauce for sashimi, … Continue reading
An easy, savory meal with creamy leeks and a bit of spice. … Continue reading
We all want "good" meat. Grass-fed cows are much closer to what our Paleolithic ancestors ate than those obese, corn-fed cows, right? It's better for us. The same goes for pigs, chickens, turkeys, and whatever other animals you like to eat. They're healthier for us when they are healthy, and that means they need to eat the right food. Their own "Paleo" diet, if you will. You get it. But how on God's earth are you supposed to find the … Continue reading
This is a Nigel Slater recipe. Replace the fennel seeds with sage for a wonderful alternative, or use fresh fennel in place of the onion.
Submitted by Sharen Findlay … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I spend a LOT of time at the meat counter at the grocery store. I love my meat. We all do, otherwise we probably wouldn’t be Paleo. Not all meats are created equally, though, and they all have different, sometimes confusing labels on them – all natural, organic, grass-fed, free-range, etc. Instead of just throwing up your hands in confusion and settling for the cheapest option, I want you to be versed in the … Continue reading