[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]
I bought 1 package to try... but then, I saw that they claim it blocks fat absorption... huh? why would I want to block fat? But, anyway, it sounded like a nice alternative beverage.
[QUOTE=RaeVynn;934668]I have one. Okay, it's my second one, the first one died, and they replaced it for me... [B]I do love my Fitbit. It lives in my bra..[/B]
I also just got "Practical Paleo"... so, I need to carve out some time to read that, and try a few recipes...[/QUOTE]
OK, I had to go google it after you said that.. That is a seriously nifty invention. May have to get one of those.
[QUOTE=Paleobird;934675]OK, I had to go google it after you said that.. That is a seriously nifty invention. May have to get one of those.[/QUOTE]
I have a Fitbit, lot better than avg pedometer.. I haven't worn it to bed yet to track sleep.
Birchwood / Teatree toothpicks to clean teeth
Miswak sticks to clean teeth
Pickled shrimp in kimchi hot sauce
4 mini quails for the grill
Dried sardines in a bucket
Japanese plum wine (not primal)
Large bag of raw seaweeds for soups
Parrot fish for the oven
Edit: Oh, and a pair of Barefoot Merrell's (first timer)