Post # 15
i have been trying to post my spaghetti recipe and i can’t get it to work! i’ll try again…lol
paleo is only eating meats, vegetables, nuts, and berries (and some other fruits) – its based on the idea that our bodies are only equipped to process foods that cavemen ate…so there was no wheat, no rice, no grains…
check out this site – it will walk you through it! http://www.marksdailyapple.com/
its been amazing because it cuts gluten and dairy – and i am intolerant of both. it also cuts processed sugars, preservatives, and encourages eating only organic and “clean” foods.
i’ll get you that recipe as soon as this site stops being crazy.
Post # 17
1 large can crushed organic tomatoes<br />2 small cans organic tomato paste<br />2 cups water<br />3 tablespoons organic italian seasoning (i got mine at earthfare)<br />3 cloves minced garlic<br />2 tablespoons worcestershire sauce<br />1/2 yellow onion, minced<br />i started all this on the stove in the morning, knowing i’d be home all day, and let it lightly simmer for 6 hours. you could probably do the same in a croc pot on low!
meatballs – i made these about 1 hour before dinner would be served
1 lb lean grass fed beef<br />1/2 teaspoon sea salt<br />2 cloves minced garlic<br />1/4 cup minced yellow onion<br />3/4 cup dried oregano<br />1 1/2 teaspooons italian seasoning<br />1 egg beaten<br />1/2 cup almond flour<br />mash all together and bake on cookie sheet greased with olive oil at 400 for about 20 min. once they are done, transfer to marinara sauce and let simmer for 20 min or so before serving.
to make spaghetti squash – take one whole squash and slice in half diagonally, lay face down in baking dish with 1 inch of water, and microwave for 12-15 minutes – you can tell when its done if the top of the squash (rind) is caving in if you push down on it and feels soft. when you pull it out and turn it over, take a fork and scrape across the inside, the fleshy part will come out in strings resembling noodles!
Post # 19
If you’re hunters and fisherpeople that’s a great source of lean meat! Venisonis lean and makes great chili and shepherds pie. One of the easiest tricks I’ve found is simply taking most recipes, cutting the meat in half and doubling the veggies and forgoing to cutting back the starch. For instance – I take a normal chili recipe and half the meat and double the veggeis and you still get some flavor and texture from the meat, but mostly you’re eating veggie! Same with Shepherd’s pie – though I haven’t found a good sub for the mashed potatoes on top! For stir fry’s we’ve discovered that we are actually just fine eating them without any rice or with a small amount of brown rice.
Post # 18
Just eat real food. : ) Swapping out brown rice for white rice and wheat bread for white bread means you’re still eating carbs/grains. I’ve been eating a clean diet for several years now, and I’ve never felt better. It’s so easy to say no to unhealthy things once you know how bad you feel after eating them. Check this guy out. He’s got a podcast as well. Very informative.
Post # 20
PALEO all the way!!! Check out pinterest!
Post # 21
cauliflower pizza crust is fantastic!!!
Post # 22
Do you have a recipe for it? I’ve looked up a few different ones, but I don’t know what one is best?
Post # 23
<h3 style=”clear: left;”>cauliflower pizza *this one’s my favorite*! its one of the few times i allow dairy ;)</h3>
<h3 style=”clear: left;”>Ingredients:</h3>
1 cup cooked, riced cauliflower<br /> 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese<br /> 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese<br /> 1 egg, beaten<br /> 1 tsp italian seasonings<br /> 1/2 tsp crushed garlic<br /> 1/2 tsp salt<br /> pizza sauce & toppings of your choice
<h3 style=”clear: left;”>Directions:</h3>
To rice the cauliflower, cut florets into chunks and pulse in a food processor until you see rice-like bits. You could also use a cheese grater to produce the tiny pieces. Do not over process, you don’t want mush.
Microwave the riced cauliflower in a bowl for 5-8 minutes depending on your microwave. No need to add water.
One large head of cauliflower will yield about 3 cups of riced cauliflower. Use it to make more pizzas immediately, or store in the refrigerator for 2-3 days.
Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Spray a cookie sheet with non-stick cooking spray.<br /> In a medium bowl, combine 1 cup riced, cooked cauliflower, 1 egg and your cheese. Next, add Italian seasonings, crushed garlic and salt. Making sure everything is well mixed, place your “dough” on the cookie sheet and pat out a 9″ round. Be sure not to press it too thin as it’s easy to create holes.
Bake your dough at 450 degrees for 15 minutes.
Remove from oven. Add sauce, cheese, and your favorite pre-cooked toppings to your pizza. Place pizza under broiler just until cheese is melted, be sure to keep an eye on it!
Post # 24
I had been using this supplements and it says I should also incorporate a good diet plan on it, so I was planning if I could actually use these recipes and still manage to lose weight? The supplements are from http://www.bit.ly/effectivewaystoloseweight . Thanks I really appreciate your thoughts about this one. Thanks also for sharing this one!