[QUOTE=Paleobird;930447]I just bought six pounds of this stuff : [url=http://www.criobru.com/]Crio Brü and Crio Beans are Rich in Antioxidants, Minerals and Natural Energy - Healthy Chocolate for Healthy Living[/url]
It is a coffee substitute that is basically roasted and ground up cocoa beans but you brew it just like coffee. They have six flavors and I couldn't decide so I bought one of each.
I heard about it from Dr BorkBork (bless her) on the latest coffee wars thread in the nutrition section.
And, Honey Badger, you're welcome to my heart................[/QUOTE]
Here's another site that has this
[url=http://chocolatealchemy.myshopify.com/collections/brewing-cocoa]Chocolate Alchemy - Brewing Cocoa[/url]
[url=http://www.drinkchoffy.com/]Drink Choffy – Healthy and Delicious Brewed Chocolate[/url]
I bought the Cocoa River from Amazon and it's good. It was only an 8 oz package of already ground beans, but I was lazy and I didn't have to enter all my info. I may go to the Crio Bru site so I can get the one lb bags.
I bought a glass tea kettle, so I'll finally know when my water is done boiling (instead of using a small pot and forgetting about it). $10 on Amazon, free 2-day shipping with my Prime trial.
Just put a deposit on half a cow (local, grassfed, 100% organic) and a whole hog (range fed, local, organic). I'm giddy with excitement. I can't wait to fill my freezer.
I just put in an order for a whole lamb (all cut up of course). My CSA where I usually buy lamb says they will not have any more until spring so they are offering this as a one time thing. Stocking up for the winter. It's a good thing I really like lamb.
[QUOTE=namelesswonder;933487]I bought a glass tea kettle, so I'll finally know when my water is done boiling (instead of using a small pot and forgetting about it). $10 on Amazon, free 2-day shipping with my Prime trial.[/QUOTE]
I love having an electric kettle. I never would've thought to buy one but my husband was raised in England and, for him, it's a must-have stock kitchen item that you can't do without. Once I got used to it, I can't see going back.
They boil really quickly and shut off when done. Plus they don't take up real estate on your stove. My understanding is that they also use less power for the task, too. I have one that just boils, but these days they make ones with temperature settings. When mine dies, I'll get one of those. It would be nice to have a little lower temperature for stuff like coffee and green tea.
Oh, and my last paleo purchase? Meat. Must be meat.
I just bought a new PURPLE spatula from La Crouset. They also had lost of purple cookware, but I held strong and walked out the door with just the one new toy:)
Half a beef. Now I have no money but I my freezer is full!
Green pastures fermented fish oil, butter oil in cinnamon flavor. Tastes like a red hot.
My latest purchase is a pair of Teva Zilch sandals. Really light weight and comfy. I love 'em!
Arrived today.....Grass fed rib-eye steaks, pork chops and for a change, some lamb shanks ooh and bacon lots of bacon