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  • #31
    dark chocolate
    fish
    avocado
    cinammon
    eggs
    brussells sprouts
    coconut

    i went primal in feb 2010
    200lbs
    37% body fat
    38-40 waist

    1 year to the day
    140lbs
    7.8% body fat
    29 waist

    currently
    137lbs
    7% body fat
    29 waist

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    • #32
      Sockeye Salmon
      Sardines
      Chicken eggs
      Olive oil
      berries
      Tomatoes
      Avocados
      Ahh crap that's 7!
      Bell peppers
      Asst spices
      Beef
      Had to make my list 10....sorry!

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      • #33
        raw milk
        eggs
        tomatoes
        coconut
        chocolate
        blueberries
        beef
        Last edited by newberrycrater; 05-31-2011, 10:43 AM.

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        • #34
          1. Salmon
          2. Eggs
          3. Turkey
          4. Arugula
          5. Banana
          6. Endive
          7. Cauliflower

          Oooooh, I need more slots for broccoli, red beet, garlic, onions, beef and many other things!

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          • #35
            1. Eggs
            2. Chard
            3. Cheese
            4. bacon
            5. shrimp
            6. chocolate
            7. coffee!!
            Health is Wealth!

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            • #36
              1. bacon
              2. eggs
              3. steak
              4. berries
              5. greek yogurt
              6. coconut oil
              7. almonds

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              • #37
                -Chocolate, of course
                -Turkey bacon
                -Dried fruit
                -Cheese
                -Meatballs
                -Broccoli
                -Filet mignon

                Not all primal but hey

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                • #38
                  1. Porterhouse Steak
                  2. Avocado
                  3. Coconut
                  4. Halibut
                  5. Apples.
                  6. Macadamia nuts.
                  7. Peppers.

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                  • #39
                    I use to think I'd be happy with a can of deluxe mixed nuts back in my CW days. But now:

                    1. Eggs
                    2. Kimchee
                    3. Coconut
                    4. Pastured Butter
                    5. Broccoli
                    6. Macadamia Nuts
                    7. Salmon

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by denbro01 View Post
                      Sockeye Salmon
                      Sardines
                      Chicken eggs
                      Olive oil
                      berries
                      Tomatoes
                      Avocados
                      Ahh crap that's 7!
                      Bell peppers
                      Asst spices
                      Beef
                      Had to make my list 10....sorry!
                      At least you cut it off at 7! and then wrote 3 more
                      Find me at aToadontheRoad.com. Cheers!

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by eelnus View Post
                        I use to think I'd be happy with a can of deluxe mixed nuts back in my CW days. But now:

                        1. Eggs
                        2. Kimchee
                        3. Coconut
                        4. Pastured Butter
                        5. Broccoli
                        6. Macadamia Nuts
                        7. Salmon
                        I have heard of "kimchee" before but am not really sure what it is. May you explain please? And, do you have a fabulous recipe?!
                        Find me at aToadontheRoad.com. Cheers!

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Primal Toad View Post
                          I have heard of "kimchee" before but am not really sure what it is. May you explain please? And, do you have a fabulous recipe?!
                          Kimchee is fermented cabbage, with some spiciness added to the mix. I know that's a gross simplification of what it is, but that's as best as I would describe.
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                          • #43
                            Great Post!!

                            1. Steak
                            2. Chicken Livers
                            3. Crab
                            4. Avocado
                            5. Coconut
                            6. Eggs
                            7. Salmon

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                            • #44
                              1) chicken eggs
                              2) beef
                              3) Sunbutter
                              4) berries
                              5) spinach or Mushrooms
                              6) Coconut
                              7) dark chocolate
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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Primal Toad View Post
                                I have heard of "kimchee" before but am not really sure what it is. May you explain please? And, do you have a fabulous recipe?!
                                It's a korean thing. It's fermented cabbage. It's goes really great with eggs and is a great probiotic. I never knew how great it was until I started reading Paleo books. No wonder I never get sick.
                                Sadly I do not know how to make it myself. I know Korean people soak the bak choy in salt overnight. Then they add a mixture of red hot pepper, garlic, salted tiny little shrimp and some other stuff. Jar it and let it ferment. I buy mine at the local korean store.
                                I bet you have a local korean store near by. It may not be a big supermart like we have here in Seattle, but even when we lived in Columbus OH, there was always a family owned korean store. But you can now get kimchee at wholefoods too.

                                Warning- it's kinda stinky. Very garlicy and spicy and sour...can't explain it. I keep my jar tightly closed and in a zip lock bag for added protection.

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