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    Quote Originally Posted by FairyRae View Post
    Thanks for sharing that! I have an amazing and cheap source of pastured local pork--I'm very lucky.

    I don't get the "There is no 'best choice' for pork" statement--I think pastured pork *would be* a 'best choice'...
    Maybe they mean best choice of cuts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by supersellen View Post
    Maybe they mean best choice of cuts?
    No, they're pretty anti-pork for themselves. They would prefer we eat no pork but understand how difficult that is. Definitely no nitrates though - they're not so flexible on that one.

    I am bookmarking your blog - your recipes look amazing!
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    Breakfast: 2 eggs and D'Artagnan's boar bacon
    Lunch: 2 lemon chicken thighs, salad dressed with lemon and olive oil, Moosewood's Cauliflower soup
    Dinner: verde chile w/ avocado slices and lime

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suki View Post
    Breakfast: 2 eggs and D'Artagnan's boar bacon
    Lunch: 2 lemon chicken thighs, salad dressed with lemon and olive oil, Moosewood's Cauliflower soup
    Dinner: verde chile w/ avocado slices and lime
    I still love my Moosewood cookbook, even though 3/4 of it is non-applicable now. Thanks for the reminder to go back through it and find some goodies for this month! The Chakchouka is looking pretty darn good (spicy dish of eggs poached in juicy sauteed bell peppers and tomatoes), and their fish packet recipes are a great starting point for super easy meals.
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    I am going to try the Whole30. I am on day 2 and so far so good. I am concerned with alcohol too though. I am also starting Crossfit fundamentals next week. I took all my vitals 2 days ago. I am curious to see what happens in 30 days. Good luck to everybody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suki View Post
    I am bookmarking your blog - your recipes look amazing!
    Super, thanks! I am committing to not being so lazy about posting this year...borderline new years res.
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    Wow. Interesting. I'm pretty pro-pork myslf. Pork chops have been a weekly staple on my whole30...(oh well!)
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    Breakfast: mixed greens, a can of smoked oysters and some avocado. I also found some fun "clean" pepperoni for snacking on at Whole Foods.

    Here's a blog update (with a focus on healing your gut):
    http://prettyinprimal.blogspot.com/2...ut-health.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by supersellen View Post
    I recommend removing the sugar from the house, YOU DON"T NEED IT!
    The problem is it isn't the sugar in my house that is the problem! It's quite comfy gathering dust in the cooking basket next to the bleached wheat flour. It's the sugar at the coffee shop. Pick your poison we have white sugar, raw sugar, agave, splenda and equal. Blargh. Every so often I break down and throw some sugar of some sort (although NEVER the fake stuff, YUCK!) into my coffee. Le sigh.
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    Breakfast: fast
    Lunch: o-3 eggs, peppers, onions, uncured bacon

    Going to do tabata squat thrusts now

    Dinner: broccoli and quinoa with tomato sauce and natural chicken sausage.

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