Yes! It seems like we just react poorly to the same foods (eg, dairy), so that accounts for some of the similarities XD I'm all up on the meat/organ wagon, too (more excited than most Paleo girls), and I guess both of us prefer sweet potatoes over anything else as our starch, so it ends up being pretty similar xD
Had my first day of work today - packed 3 fresh, yellow dates to keep my mouth fresh and off I went.
When I got back home I had a surprise meal waiting for me, a huge pot filled with broth and meat.
I went all out on that piece of meat I saw and a plate of potatoes,
after asking that piece of meat was about 1KG.
Feelin' like grok..
If you ever write a journal or something I'd love to read it
Local people brings eggs to work and sell them, but I often settle for Wilcox omega 3 eggs if I have to. But the Sno-isle co-op always has the real thing! Serious, free-range eggs. Just be ready to set aside a larger portion of your grocery budget for them. Duck eggs are also at the co-op! I don't know what they feed the ducks, but they're a nice change of scenery.
Whole foods has impressed me with very cheap cuts of grass-fed steak (around 3.00 to 4.00 for a half-pound steak!) unless I'm getting bamboozled. They also have free-range chicken legs, breast and thighs.
Whole foods uses a welfare rating system where 4 is supposed to mean the animals are pasture-raised.
I get my liver and suet from a local farmer. Forest Cattle is their name, and the fat is true yellow, vitamin-rich grass-fed glory. I trust them very much. Check eatwild.com, they're listed there - along with hundreds of other places to find real food.
Hey! I was wondering where you get all your meat and eggs from? I remember you saying you live kind of near where we're at. I have no trouble finding grass fed beef and lamb, but pasture raised everything else is proving difficult. The best I can do with pork and chicken is Mad Hatcher and Pure Country Pork. Thank you!
No, I mean the real life/cartoon character swinging a stick
Alright your avatar is killing me... What is that?