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  1. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    I almost always sub tapioca for arrowroot in...

    I almost always sub tapioca for arrowroot in recipes (arrowroot seems to upset my husband's stomach for some reason but tapioca doesn't), so I don't see why the reverse wouldn't work.
  2. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    Did you ever attempt freezing? I'd definitely...

    Did you ever attempt freezing? I'd definitely put this on the post-workout list. (Sorry, just made it back to this thread. Stopped getting notifications for some reason.)
  3. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    I think the yogurt could be easily replaced with...

    I think the yogurt could be easily replaced with some thick coconut milk (top of the can). Maybe try subbing out the parmesan with a bit of almond flour? I don't know how well it would work, but if...
  4. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    Yay! I'm glad they worked as pizzas for you. ...

    Yay! I'm glad they worked as pizzas for you. Tapioca has become my flour of choice lately. If you're ever feeling adventurous with pizza again, you can try my chicken/tapioca crust. It is my...
  5. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    Aww. thanks! I love your blog. I feel honored!

    Aww. thanks! I love your blog. I feel honored!
  6. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    Yay! Try them as pancakes next. Or rather,...

    Yay! Try them as pancakes next. Or rather, don't. It's a slippery slope. ;)
  7. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    Hurray! Glad they worked for you!

    Hurray! Glad they worked for you!
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    Yes, tapioca is a starch, though a pretty benign...

    Yes, tapioca is a starch, though a pretty benign one and definitely my go-to flour when baking. Coconut flour and tapioca flour mixed together create a pretty good texture. Tapioca on its own has...
  9. I've never made anything from Kelly that isn't...

    I've never made anything from Kelly that isn't good. Here's her ebook. Her sweet potato chocolate chip cookies are INCREDIBLE. I'll never use another chocolate chip cookie recipe! I also...
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    Eat Like a Dinosaur is a paleo, kid-centered...

    Eat Like a Dinosaur is a paleo, kid-centered book. They even name the foods in such a way to make them attractive to kids, and the steps that are kid-friendly in each recipe are labeled!
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    Best Primal (and Holdable) Pizza Crust Ever

    A while back I had some leftover cooked chicken breasts in my fridge that needed to be used up. I wanted pizza and my meat was cooked, so I went with it. It turned out fantastically--enough so that...
  12. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    Yes. I've left it to sit on the counter while...

    Yes. I've left it to sit on the counter while heating up the pan before, and it worked fine, though it ends up thick regardless because of the coconut flour. It's a moisture-zapper. You could try...
  13. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    I'm glad so many of you have had success with it!...

    I'm glad so many of you have had success with it! Thank you for letting me know!
  14. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    Yay! I'm glad you enjoyed them! Thanks for...

    Yay! I'm glad you enjoyed them! Thanks for letting me know!
  15. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    I hope it works for you! As for donuts . . . I'm...

    I hope it works for you! As for donuts . . . I'm afraid I'm not a miracle worker. ;)
  16. I've had good luck using blonde coconut palm...

    I've had good luck using blonde coconut palm sugar in place of brown sugar in recipes. I've even made a caramel sauce for ice cream with it following a standard recipe. It's not as sweet as brown...
  17. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    You can definitely fold it. It's pretty pliable...

    You can definitely fold it. It's pretty pliable and not crumbly at all. The fact that it's almost entirely tapioca starch helps keep it from crumbling or getting hard like a lot of stuff with coconut...
  18. Thread: Uhm....NAAN!

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    Uhm....NAAN!

    Normally, I'm a primal recipe thief, stealing most of the things I cook from a vast array of Primal/Paleo blogs. This morning I attempted Saoirse's manioc flour tortilla recipe, and while they had...
  19. Thread: Lesson learned!!

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    Hahaha. This made me laugh. Life's too short to...

    Hahaha. This made me laugh. Life's too short to worry so much about the occasional delicious treat.
  20. Thread: Primal meatloaf?

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    I use almond flour, egg, and parmesan cheese as a...

    I use almond flour, egg, and parmesan cheese as a binder in my meatloaf. (If you weren't doing dairy, you could just do all almond flour.)My boyfriend and sister--both of whom are not meatloaf...
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    Thanks

    I hadn't come across this carb-refeed idea. Thanks for pointing it out! I feel slightly less crazy now. :)
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    Is Carb-binging Good?

    Hi all,

    I have been eating Primally for about 7 months now. Since then, I have lost 56 lbs, and I feel great. I eat almost strictly primal most of the time, though I have the occasional scoop of...
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