Paleo and Gluten-Free Plantain Tortillas

April 10th, 2014 | Paleo Bread, Recipes

The first time we made these bad boys, we didn’t know what to expect. All we knew was that after making a bunch of plantain chips and seriously undercooking them, the texture was just like a soft flour tortilla. Eureka. Our fortunate mistake led us to some serious R&D in the kitchen to come up with the perfect tortilla.

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Paleo Ginger Cilantro Beef Tongue Salad

April 7th, 2014 | Beef,

I can just see your face now…furrowed brow, squinted eyes, and a crinkled nose. Beef Tongue? Eeeeeeek!

I made beef tongue for the first time today and I feel so empowered right now! I feel like after this, I can make anything! Until the past year or two, I’d say that I was primarily a filet mignon type of gal, and the mere thought of animal parts such as tongue, tail, heart, etc. would freak me out. You can EAT a cow’s tongue? I couldn’t even fathom…

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Paleo Braised Ham Hocks

March 1st, 2014 | Gluten Free, Pork, Recipes

In our kitchen, we eat nose to tail. We don’t discriminate against cuts and observed that oftentimes, the best cuts are not the expensive filets, but rather the ears, cheeks, tails, feet…things that others don’t want to eat or are scared to try. Well, lucky us!

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Veronica’s Fight for Life, Love and Paleo

February 27th, 2014 | Testimonials

We frequently hear about the amazing changes people see in their health when they adopt a Paleo type of diet, and this story from Veronica in Miami Florida is one of the most motivating I’ve seen yet.

This story literally brought tears to our team’s eyes when we read it, reminding us of what drives us to get this information out there every day, and truly help people regain their health and vitality.

Veronica got in touch with us via our Facebook page, which is another great place to connect with other people in the community, and stay in touch with us. Without further ado, the rest of this post is from Veronica:

I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer on July 18th, 2012.

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Sitting – Worse for you than Smoking?

February 17th, 2014 | living, Moving, Resources

Is sitting the new smoking? It may actually be worse for you…

As a Doctor of Physical Therapy I’ve treated thousands of patients with neck pain, back pain, buldging and herniated disc etc.  I’ve also seen a heck of lot of knee pain, shoulder issues, hip pain and ankle problems.  I’ve seen pretty much every diagnosis that they’ve come up with at this point.

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5-Spice Paleo Pulled Pork Tacos

February 8th, 2014 | Eating, Pork, Recipes

Chinese 5-Spice Paleo Pork-Butt tacos – Dutch Oven / Slow Cooker recipe

One of the ways we keep things interesting in the kitchen is by constantly looking for cuts of meat at the farmer’s market that we are unfamiliar with, which pushes us to try new foods, methods of cooking, spices, and all kinds of other fun stuff. If you read our blog you know we LOVE pork, as long as it came from a reliable (clean, local, appropriately fed) source, so I was excited to try this cut. What happened after exceeded my wildest dreams..

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Don’t Fall For the “Natural” Lie

February 5th, 2014 | Dangerous Food, Eating, Videos

Don’t we all look at things labeled “Natural” and feel better about what we are about to eat?  Try again!  Turns out there is little to no restrictions on using the word “Natural” in packaging, and all kinds of companies are using it to their advantage. And despite all those cute pictures of barns, and farm animals, we can easily get confused by the current state of affairs with product labeling.

Keep Reading »

3 Diet Myths That Are Killing You

February 3rd, 2014 | Dangerous Food, Eating, Fat,

There is a lot of misinformation out there in the mainstream diet space, but these are the top 3 diet myths that are damaging people’s health, and must be exposed.

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3 Steps to achieving your New Years Health Resolutions

As we approach the end of January, it’s a great time to reflect on the goals and health resolutions we’ve set, especially the ones revolving around personal health.

Have you changed the way you’re eating? Are you exercising more the way you had planned? Are you seeing results?

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Paleo and Gluten Free Peking Duck and Plantain Tortillas

January 18th, 2014 | Duck, Recipes

It’s January 18th, National Peking Duck Day. For those who don’t know what a Peking Duck is, it’s a juicy, tender duck, with sweet crispy skin, wrapped in a tortilla/pancake with hoison sauce and julienned veggies. My boyfriend and I took a vacation to China back in October 2013, and this was one of the most inspiring dishes we came across in Beijing. Absolutely NOTHING about this dish is Paleo, until now!

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Paleo Plantain Tortillas

Paleo and Gluten-Free Plantain Tortillas

April 10th, 2014 | Paleo Bread, Recipes

The first time we made these bad boys, we didn’t know what to expect. All we knew was that after making a bunch of plantain chips and seriously undercooking them, the texture was just like a soft flour tortilla. Eureka. Our fortunate mistake led us to some serious R&D in the kitchen to come up with the perfect tortilla.

Keep Reading…

BeefTongue

Paleo Ginger Cilantro Beef Tongue Salad

April 7th, 2014 | Beef,

I can just see your face now…furrowed brow, squinted eyes, and a crinkled nose. Beef Tongue? Eeeeeeek!

I made beef tongue for the first time today and I feel so empowered right now! I feel like after this, I can make anything! Until the past year or two, I’d say that I was primarily a filet mignon type of gal, and the mere thought of animal parts such as tongue, tail, heart, etc. would freak me out. You can EAT a cow’s tongue? I couldn’t even fathom…

Keep Reading…

Braised Ham Hocks

Paleo Braised Ham Hocks

March 1st, 2014 | Gluten Free, Pork, Recipes

In our kitchen, we eat nose to tail. We don’t discriminate against cuts and observed that oftentimes, the best cuts are not the expensive filets, but rather the ears, cheeks, tails, feet…things that others don’t want to eat or are scared to try. Well, lucky us! Keep Reading…

Veronica before and after

Veronica’s Fight for Life, Love and Paleo

February 27th, 2014 | Testimonials

We frequently hear about the amazing changes people see in their health when they adopt a Paleo type of diet, and this story from Veronica in Miami Florida is one of the most motivating I’ve seen yet.

This story literally brought tears to our team’s eyes when we read it, reminding us of what drives us to get this information out there every day, and truly help people regain their health and vitality.

Veronica got in touch with us via our Facebook page, which is another great place to connect with other people in the community, and stay in touch with us. Without further ado, the rest of this post is from Veronica:

I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer on July 18th, 2012.
Keep Reading…

The Paleo Secret's Sitting Solution

Sitting – Worse for you than Smoking?

February 17th, 2014 | living, Moving, Resources

Is sitting the new smoking? It may actually be worse for you…

As a Doctor of Physical Therapy I’ve treated thousands of patients with neck pain, back pain, buldging and herniated disc etc.  I’ve also seen a heck of lot of knee pain, shoulder issues, hip pain and ankle problems.  I’ve seen pretty much every diagnosis that they’ve come up with at this point.
Keep Reading…

5spice pulled pork

5-Spice Paleo Pulled Pork Tacos

February 8th, 2014 | Eating, Pork, Recipes

Chinese 5-Spice Paleo Pork-Butt tacos – Dutch Oven / Slow Cooker recipe

One of the ways we keep things interesting in the kitchen is by constantly looking for cuts of meat at the farmer’s market that we are unfamiliar with, which pushes us to try new foods, methods of cooking, spices, and all kinds of other fun stuff. If you read our blog you know we LOVE pork, as long as it came from a reliable (clean, local, appropriately fed) source, so I was excited to try this cut. What happened after exceeded my wildest dreams.. Keep Reading…

trap

Don’t Fall For the “Natural” Lie

February 5th, 2014 | Dangerous Food, Eating, Videos

Don’t we all look at things labeled “Natural” and feel better about what we are about to eat?  Try again!  Turns out there is little to no restrictions on using the word “Natural” in packaging, and all kinds of companies are using it to their advantage. And despite all those cute pictures of barns, and farm animals, we can easily get confused by the current state of affairs with product labeling.
Keep Reading…

Lies & Myths of mainstream nutrition

3 Diet Myths That Are Killing You

February 3rd, 2014 | Dangerous Food, Eating, Fat,

There is a lot of misinformation out there in the mainstream diet space, but these are the top 3 diet myths that are damaging people’s health, and must be exposed. Keep Reading…

Resolutions

3 Steps to achieving your New Years Health Resolutions

January 26th, 2014 | Eating, living, Personal, Practical Living, Thinking

As we approach the end of January, it’s a great time to reflect on the goals and health resolutions we’ve set, especially the ones revolving around personal health.

Have you changed the way you’re eating? Are you exercising more the way you had planned? Are you seeing results? Keep Reading…

Peking Duck

Paleo and Gluten Free Peking Duck and Plantain Tortillas

January 18th, 2014 | Duck, Recipes

It’s January 18th, National Peking Duck Day. For those who don’t know what a Peking Duck is, it’s a juicy, tender duck, with sweet crispy skin, wrapped in a tortilla/pancake with hoison sauce and julienned veggies. My boyfriend and I took a vacation to China back in October 2013, and this was one of the most inspiring dishes we came across in Beijing. Absolutely NOTHING about this dish is Paleo, until now!

Keep Reading…

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