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    Tonight I boiled some parsnips and then pureed them in the food processor with a big dollop of soft goat cheese. Wow! I served it with steak, sauteed onions and fennel (I used ghee to saute the vegetables) and a small salad. What a meal! Note: Mixing goat cheese with dandelion greens removes a lot of the dandelion greens' bitterness.

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    I just posted up a recipe of my accompaniment with lunch today, a steak with green peppercorn sauce.
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    I am still new I am currently simmering my 1st pot of bone broth (I know its 107 but I am craving it). Also by accident discovered blackberries dipped in coconut milk- YUM!

    I know these do not seem fancy but I am enjoying this learning process!
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    My favorite of all meals since starting primal:
    Almonds
    Pecans
    Walnuts
    Coconut Oil
    Olive Oil
    Whey Protein
    Unsweetened Cocoa Powder

    Mix these ingredients with a processor.
    Eat raw, or cook.

    It's a spin off of the trail mix I found on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerLily View Post
    I am obsessed with Nom Nom Paleo, and now she's got me watching all these Sous Vide videos on the YouTube. Augh! Besides her mouth-watering food porn, she's an amusing, funny blogger and a good writer. I now check the site daily.
    My dh bought me a sous vide machine because I was so obsessed with her that I started researching how to build my own and he had visions of our house going up in flames It's been a huge time saver.

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    Thanks for sharing some links! I'm going to check them out when I get home tonight. I have been consistenly eating salads and omelets every day, and I definitely need to expand on my recipes.

    I made some primal flax seed bread, but I'm not a big fan -- the flax is overpowering. I made some coconut flour muffins that I found in the free cookbook, and those were scrumptious -- next time I'm using blueberries though.

    I am a huge fan of the stock pot recipe from the first cook book.

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    Just cooked my first bit of goat last night: I went simple and braised it, salted in water. Tasted a bit this morning and it's great. I can't wait to assemble it with veges and fats tonight.
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    I've got this cucumber salad in the fridge for dinner: Cucumber Salad With Sour Cream Recipe

    And we're having blackened yellow fin tuna ala: Cajun Blackened Fish Recipe

    Last night I made bison burgers with a local asiago cheese and yellow summer squash roasted with parmesan, sea salt, fresh cracked pepper and butter. It was amaaaaazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimmie View Post
    My dh bought me a sous vide machine because I was so obsessed with her that I started researching how to build my own and he had visions of our house going up in flames It's been a huge time saver.
    Sweet! I gotta try that!
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    I made my first Meatza tonight.. delish!!!
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    Great thread! I satisfied a longstanding craving tonight. Cabbage noodles with a tasty tahini dressing. Like sesame noodles from the Thai place down the road, except I made them myself, and they were totally primal.

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