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  • #16
    Hey I have been putting recipes on my blog if you wanted some inspiration. They're all pretty easy (some more than others!) Pukka Paleo -

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    • #17
      The Moroccan fish stew looks good! I like the play on words with the Asian Meatballs

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Annieh View Post
        Another variation is to use cooked starchy veg such as kumara or potato or pumpkin, mash it and blend in the eggs then cook it as a hash brown/fritter and grill some bacon to go with it.
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        • #19
          I think the most liberating thing to do is to learn to cook without "recipes". After you get an understanding of how simple preparation of plain meats, seafood, vegetables, etc, is done, you can simply go on your inspiration and cravings for flavor, protein, carbs, and fattiness.

          Whatever is in the refrigerator is what's for dinner.

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          • #20
            Stir frys are easy. Just pust some ground meat, scrambled eggs, and vegetables in a skillet with some oil fry it up.

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            • #21
              take all your vegetables, cut them into bits, put the hard ones in a pot with some water, boil, add soft vegetables, boil, salt, pepper =soup.
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              • #22
                This thread is a gold mine! Subscribing so I can come back and try out all your awesome recipes!
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                • #23
                  I throw meat & veggies in the broiler (well fish) and I pan fry burgers (because I don't have a grill) - The broiler is the best invention, cooks everything really fast and you don't need too much seasoning because broiling brings out a delicious flavor from every food that goes in! If you do need to liven up say, chicken... Just douse it in olive oil!

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