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    On the sausages thing for a moment again ... just went to a certified organic butcher and came back withe beef/lamb sausages, and buffalo sausages. All certified gluten and preservative free.

    Acceptable primal fare?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz71 View Post
    Thanks - thats what I thought. Isnt that just all processed meat with all the bad stuff?
    Making your own sausage is so damn easy and so much better than buying the packaged stuff. I make mine with Bison! Though I've dabbled in chicken and pork too.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz71 View Post
    On the sausages thing for a moment again ... just went to a certified organic butcher and came back withe beef/lamb sausages, and buffalo sausages. All certified gluten and preservative free.

    Acceptable primal fare?
    Absolutely, Buzz. Pork's fine, too, generally speaking. Sounds delicious, by the way...

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    My favorite breakfast items:

    - Eggs & Bacon (of course)
    - Cream cheese
    - Coconut pancakes
    - Grain-free biscuits with butter and organic jam
    - Smoothies
    - Primal energy bar

    I'll second others on eating unconventional things for breakfast. This morning I had two left over chicken strips (using non-grain flours of course!) So delicious and filling!
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    Breakfast, lunch and dinner are just fancy names for meal. There is no reason why the food you eat at one daily meal can't be eaten at the other daily meals.

    I eat offal for optimal health. The rest of my family doesn't. I deal with this by making offal curries and having them for breakfast while everyone else is still sleeping. Having lamb brain masala at the moment. Have been making a really nice steak, kidney and liver curry recently, with chuck on the bone as the steak to get all of the wonderful connective tissue and gelatin. All cooked in ghee or red palm oil
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    Eat creatures nose-to-tail (animal, fowl, fish, crustacea, molluscs), a large variety of vegetables (raw, cooked and fermented, including safe starches), dairy (cheese & yoghurt), occasional fruit, cocoa, turmeric & red wine

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    Quote Originally Posted by peril View Post
    .... All cooked in ghee or red palm oil
    Where does one obtain this red palm oil of which you speak?
    Prions are natures way of telling us that cannibalism is for losers.

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    Can you share your recipe on how to make chicken and pork sausage?

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    thanks everyone for your replies! hopefully in time i will go from a young primal grasshopper to a primal sensei like everyone here helping out

    have a great day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz71 View Post
    Thanks - thats what I thought. Isnt that just all processed meat with all the bad stuff?
    Not the sausages we buy Ours are just actual meat, and some varieties have herbs and spices, no fillers, and no preservatives. All from grass fed, free range, organic and hormone free animals
    I love our butcher!

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    Oh and yes a meal is a meal, we eat steak or sausages or eggs for breakfast, anything we would eat at any other time
    I agree on watching Fat Head too The more you read/watch about primal, the more convinced you will be that saturated fat is not the enemy

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