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  • what's had your primal taste buds tingling of late?

    Duck Duck for me... Over the past day i have eaten about 300g of breast. store bought. it is pecking juvenile breast. AND, i love love loved it! sooo tasty and tender. now if i can just get up the courage to buy a whole one and roast it myself! (this store bought one comes precooked, you just slice and heat, i grilled it through with the fat that had settled in the bottom of the pack) I can buy a whole duck at the store for about $25 and two breasts cost me $18 so it going to be more economical to buy a whole one and split of the legs and breasts and maybe use the rest to start a broth?

    AND just now from the local butcher i bought grass fed steer rib eye, its actually from his own paddock so its as fresh as fresh can be and you do not get much more guarantee of a local, grass fed product then knowing you drive by the beef twice a day. it is a 200g piece, a bit more than im used to eating at dinner but i cant bring myself to feed 50g to the dogs so i think ill splash out and just cook the whole piece... in organic butter... yum!

    wow and to think that only a few weeks ago my friday splash out was chocolate pudding or a bag of sweet lollies, now im uber excited about a lump of meat!

    so share...? what's had your primal taste buds tingling of late?

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    eggs!!! somehow I suddenly like eggs so much more... I go through 30 a week at the moment. (My doctor is so going to kill me when he hears that!!)

    Dark chocolate, I used to dislike it a lot, now I eat it like there is no tomorrow.

    fruits, all fruits suddenly tasts sweet and I find my self craving cherries and strawberries
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    • #3
      i hear you on the fruit thing...
      since i have got rid of all the refined sugar in my diet its like i can actually TASTE fruit again, berries are unbelievable, apples are like a dance party -arhh-

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      • #4
        I have to say that just a wonderful roasted chicken is one of my favorites. I think it's the crispy skin. I also am becoming a master at braised beef, since my grass fed steaks tend to be a bit tough. All things, meaty and savory are ringing my bell!
        I'll also be making a huge pot of sauce this weekend with wonderful Italian sausage from my butcher. It is not grass fed pork, though, as I just can't seem to find a local source for that, and the prices online are prohibitive.
        Yummy eats!

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        • #5
          The crisp crunchy seasoned skin of a roasted pork shoulder, known as pernil amongst Hispanics. When roasted properly the skin is crispy crunchy, with some fat underneath, the meat is so moist and tender the bone literally slides out leaving the meat intact. I'm also feeling some pork hocks.

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          • #6
            Salmon that was so good that I forgot to squirt lemon on it. Next day: leftover salmon with hollandaise sauce.
            "Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine

            B*tch-lite

            Who says back fat is a bad thing? Maybe on a hairy guy at the beach, but not on a crab.

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            • #7
              Kombucha Tea, really prickles my taste buds.
              "When the search for truth is confused with political advocacy, the pursuit of knowledge is reduced to the quest for power." - Alston Chase

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              • #8
                Suddenly I'm a rib guy. Never did like them before and now I can't get enough.
                Slow cooked and then topped with a paleo bbq sauce. Falls off the bone and magically delicious.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by wattfood View Post
                  Duck Duck for me... Over the past day i have eaten about 300g of breast. store bought. it is pecking juvenile breast. AND, i love love loved it! sooo tasty and tender. now if i can just get up the courage to buy a whole one and roast it myself! (this store bought one comes precooked, you just slice and heat, i grilled it through with the fat that had settled in the bottom of the pack) I can buy a whole duck at the store for about $25 and two breasts cost me $18 so it going to be more economical to buy a whole one and split of the legs and breasts and maybe use the rest to start a broth?

                  so share...? what's had your primal taste buds tingling of late?
                  DOOOOOO ITTTTTTT... I just roasted a duck for dinner on Wednesday - so delicious. It's not something I crave often, but it was really worth it. I made sure to save as much fat as I could from it (even rendering extra from the excess skin) that I can't wait to roast some sweet potatoes or squash in.

                  I'm really enjoying the local(ish) apples lately, and with the weather turning I'm digging warm comfort food, like soups and stews. Last night's dinner was sausage and kale soup, so yum.

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                  • #10
                    Can't get enough oxtail at this time of year.

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                    • #11
                      OMG I just CANNOT STOP with chicken and salmon and unagi! I CANNOT STOP! ha ha!!

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                      • #12
                        I cook all beef, chix and pork in butter, then take the leftover butter in the pan and reduce it. Add some thick, heavy fresh cream and let that reduce until almost gravy-like....May not be strictly primal but it is AMAZING! And I am losing weight like crazy, too....

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                        • #13
                          This may not be Primal for those with dairy issues. I had an overabundance of banana peppers, so I cut them in half the long way and deveined and seeded them. Then I filled them with ground pork, cream cheese, an egg, garlic powder, and cayenne pepper. I salted them right before I stuck them in a 375F oven for 40 minutes. The ratio of ground pork to cream cheese was 1:1.

                          Kind of like poppers, but with meat.
                          "Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine

                          B*tch-lite

                          Who says back fat is a bad thing? Maybe on a hairy guy at the beach, but not on a crab.

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                          • #14
                            Kale chips. Three pounds of kale this week. I ate it all myself. Went back for more and the store was out of kale. Sadly disappointed.

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                            • #15
                              cauliflower and honeycrisp apples. I have no idea why.

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