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    Fatty cut beef + broccoli, steamed


    Coconut oil fried egg with spinach


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    I'll second the Apple and Almond butter. Then I'm in the field I take a couple jars and a bag of apples...soooooo delicious. Mashed yams with Unsweetened applesauce and cinnamon too!!!!


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    Oh, god I had to laugh at the OP!


    Avocado and lime juice.


    Rum and lime juice.


    Salsa with added lime juice.


    I have cooked a lot of eggs in or with coconut oil, but I will have to try the milk! Sounds great.


    Our neighbor just brought over a bag of mangoes, oh, how cruel! I'm going to have to eat one.....just one.....yeah, that's the ticket. With lime juice....


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    Blissful pairings?


    Poached undyed smoked haddock with a soft-poached egg on top.


    Steak with a knob of butter on. Hunter-gatherers never eat meat without plenty of fat for sound reasons -- but it tastes great, too.


    Roast pork and homemade apple sauce.


    Peaches and cream. The cream should probably be unpasteurized and soured at home with your own culture for high enzyme content and maximum digestibility.


    Really good raw unfiltered olive oil with Spanish-type vegetables in a soup -- gazpacho in other words.


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    I have just discovered the power of almond butter.

    Fresh apricot halves filled with almond butter are just magnificient!


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    Mick, yes, butter on a steak. When I occasionally overcook (burn?) the surface, butter helps salve the wound.


    Otherwise, salt and pepper only. All else is blasphemy. Well, I even went sans salt last time.....sigh.


    BTW, for all you temperate clime BBQ'ers, apple wood is the best, the very best wood for smoking. And did you know that the lowly, common, littering crab apple is the same wood? It is, and it is the best! On a recent road trip from FL back to Colorado I replenished my supply.


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    I don't think I've ever had buttery steak, but it sounds fantastic.


    My favorites:

    -cinnamon-coated apples cooked in bacon fat or with pork

    -buttery broccoli or green beans

    -sunnyside up eggs (i.e. runny yolks) and broccoli

    And one of my pre-primal favorites was Nutella on, well, anything...I should try making a primal(ish) version of Nutella.


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    I think I might've just discovered a new blissful pairing. I was sitting at my desk at work with a bowl with 2 tablespoons of sunflower seed butter just snacking away when I remembered I had some Turkey Jerky in my desk.

    At first I was going to eat them separately but then I thought it might be a discovery in the making, so I dipped my jerky into butter. OMG!!! It tastes out of this world. Some co-workers of mine saw me doing that and immediately go disgusted. One even asked if I was pregnant.

    If you get a chance, definitely try that one


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    Speaking of butter on steak... just made that for dinner tonight. Mmmmmm.


    I also love shrimp cooked in coconut oil.


    Blueberries in heavy cream.

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    Steak dipped in the yolk of a fried egg...MMMMMM!!


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