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Archive for September, 2011

Thank you Dr. Kurt Harris, Brands & Chicken Wings

September 30, 2011
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Thank you Dr. Kurt Harris, Brands & Chicken Wings

I simply feel indebted to him.  I learn so much from his writings and comments. I’m grateful for the knowledge he shares so freely. I’m sure most of you read his site and eagerly await his posts, but if you don’t….make sure you go there.  I wish I had a good local source for pastured chicken....
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Fusion Sashimi

September 28, 2011
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Fusion Sashimi

Does this look good to you? You wouldn’t believe how easy it is to make and you’re eating restaurant food at home with better ingredients and also much better for the old wallet! How’s everyone doing with their real food eating efforts??
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Sushi and Being Watched

September 17, 2011
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Sushi and Being Watched

It really is not all that hard. Make yourself some sushi rice, get some nori and roll away. I bought a little slab of frozen ahi tuna. I used that, to make some spicy tuna and fried up some shrimp as the main stuffing for the roll. Then added a “dash” of cream cheese...
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Gluten Free Crepes

September 15, 2011
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Gluten Free Crepes

I didn’t want to call it “paleo crepes” cause what the frik is that anyway?? It’s just a gluten free crepe made with tapioca flour, of which I’m still convinced is totally harmless. According to Paul from the Perfect Health Diet, Tapioaco it’s fine, (and I really like Paul and his wife’s writings), but according...
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Mark Sisson B.A.S Challenge…

September 12, 2011
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Mark Sisson B.A.S Challenge…

Mark, I challenge you’re BIG ASS SALAD When was the last time you had one of Mr. Sisson’s recommended BIG ASS SALADS?  Easy to make, this was dinner for 3 kids and 2 adults. Romaine, spinach, tomato, onion, cucumber, 4 eggs, 6 strips of bacon, 1 pound of broiled shrimp, head of broccoli (par boiled)...
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Ancestral Food and my thoughts on Taubes and Guynet

September 4, 2011
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Ancestral Food and my thoughts on Taubes and Guynet

Paleo, primal, Evolutionary Fitness, low carb, hunter gatherer model, WE NEED A NEW DESCRIPTION.  A new word that ties it all together. Ancestral Health, is a very very good encompassing description, but does Ancestral food have the same cache and is it all encompassing enough? Please read Matt Metzgar’s lates post. (I’m sure most of you...
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