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    Classic French dish - 100% Paleo!

    Primal Fuel

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    I have wanted to do that for years...I've even seen it with 100 cloves.
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    This recipe has instructions for making it in a crockpot and alternate instructions for cooking faster if need be. It really is amazingly good.

    Chicken with Forty Cloves of Garlic | Paleo Spirit

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    A great dish!
    This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it. Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    I have a different recipe for chicken with 40 cloves of garlic. And here it is.

    Heat oven to288 F (145C).

    Take a 1.5 kilo (3.5 lb) chicken.Season the inside with salt and pack in as many peeled cloves of garlic as possible - 35 / 40 with luck. Now take abut 2 oz butter and smear it over the garlic poking out of the chicken, pushing some into the cavity.

    Smear the chicken with about the same amount of butter again, place in roasting tin and roast for 3.5 / 4.5 hours, basting with the buttery juices occasionally.

    Take the chicken out of the oven, raise the heat to 200c and sprinkle sea salt over the chicken skin. Place back for about 10 - 20 minutes to brown off.

    Serve and add a spoonful of the by now gooey garlic to each plate. Yum!

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    Oh...this is so going on the next 2week meal plan!

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    I make this in the crockpot monthly. Might have to try it on the grill.

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    I love that a lot of classic french dishes are essentially primal!

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    ... even those with heavy cream. Don't worry about "dairy", just enjoy heavy cream. Classic French is superb! And, enjoy a glass of Bordeaux with your meals - a sensible indulgence as our friend Mark puts it. Best have a couple just to make sure you're having fun Food is more than fuel ... food feeds the soul.

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    Another thing I love about French food is that while it's not strictly primal, if you avoid all sugar, there are lots of 100% grain free desserts that you don't have to modify.
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