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    Hey guys, so a friend and I are tossing around the idea of starting a Primal/Paleo food stand at local Farmers' Markets. I'm thinking BBQ beef, chicken, pork, maybe some lamb. Served with soup or salad, (primal ones,) and fruit salad. Oh, and iced sun-tea. You all have any comments/suggestions?

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    I might convince my friend to dress like a caveman too. He's lost 120 lbs and is pretty ripped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BohemianBo View Post
    I might convince my friend to dress like a caveman too. He's lost 120 lbs and is pretty ripped.
    No offense, but it's shit like that that makes others think we are all nuts. Chill on the the extreme-theme stuff.

    I like your idea about the paleo'ish food stand. I would hit it up just to support it and would tell others to as well.
    People too weak to follow their own dreams will always try to discourage others.

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    Bad idea? Understood.

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    What do you think would be a good/catchy name for it?

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    A cauldron full of animal parts and vegetables boiling away would be a real crowd pleaser in the cooler weather
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    Meat and veg kebabs? Easy to carry.
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    what about Caveman Corner? or Primal Kitchen? or Grok and Eat? (like Stop and Eat?)

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    Grand idea. However I would not serve sun tea. You would be risking a law suit. These are pernicious times. Refrigerator tea is a better choice if you do not wish to boil the water>

    snopes.com: Bacteria in Sun Tea Risk
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    Anything on a stick is great. I know that I don't like to carry around bowls/plates when I'm at the farmers market. Even fruit on a stick. Jerkey would also be good. I'm having trouble finding a good jerkey that doesn't have a bunch of crap in it that isn't sweet or too peppery.

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