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    Everyday Paleo!

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    I finally got it in the mail today. Read through the whole thing. Now I've picked out a couple of recipes that I'll try out for the week but I was wondering if anyone already had some favorites? They all look good and though I'm restricted by budget and fridge space, I hope to try all of them. I'm about to go to the store to get supplies for the italian meatball things (size a little bigger than a baseball? Holy crap...).
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    steak chile relleno is probably my favoritest thing in that book! We only ran across a couple we did not like at all (and we've tried most of them).

    I blogged my way through her 30 day meal plan in June if you wanna check it out:
    The Pregnant Diabetic: June 2011
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    steak chile relleno is probably my favoritest thing in that book! We only ran across a couple we did not like at all (and we've tried most of them).

    I blogged my way through her 30 day meal plan in June if you wanna check it out:
    The Pregnant Diabetic: June 2011
    Awesome! Thanks for the link!

    I just rolled up some of her Marvelous Meatballs-- for someone like me that used to eat convenience food all the time, it sure was more prep time and effort than 20 minutes. lol Now they're in the slow cooker at least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaLink View Post
    Awesome! Thanks for the link!

    I just rolled up some of her Marvelous Meatballs-- for someone like me that used to eat convenience food all the time, it sure was more prep time and effort than 20 minutes. lol Now they're in the slow cooker at least.
    It will go faster as you get the hang of things
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    It will go faster as you get the hang of things
    Also, you must be LDS. I see some Visiting Teaching refs in that blog that you linked there. ;p
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    Yup! R U LDS2? *giggle*
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    Oh man those bumper stickers are nuts. Yeah, I am. I'm still trying to figure out how to relate the word of wisdom with the primal WOE. :P I figure it will all work out somehow, amirite?
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    Try our Primal LDS group here:
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/group85.html

    the way I see it: back in the day when WOW was written, bread was totally awesome. You went out, you harvested the wheat, you brought it in, ground it up, and made bread.
    these days, not so much.
    These days you go out, spray chemicals, then harvest, then mechanically process and add more crap.
    Really? No contest.

    I think Primal/Paleo is in line with the Lord's plan, because we are striving to eat food as close to its natural state as possible-- just the way He intended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    Try our Primal LDS group here:
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/group85.html

    the way I see it: back in the day when WOW was written, bread was totally awesome. You went out, you harvested the wheat, you brought it in, ground it up, and made bread.
    these days, not so much.
    These days you go out, spray chemicals, then harvest, then mechanically process and add more crap.
    Really? No contest.

    I think Primal/Paleo is in line with the Lord's plan, because we are striving to eat food as close to its natural state as possible-- just the way He intended.
    Haha, that logic works for me.
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    I love the plantains friend in coconut oil sprinkled with cinnamon.. NUMYUMMY!

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