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    GrokMendoza, I am in Tarzana. None of my friends follow this lifestyle! Wish there were more folks around in our area!
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    Grokalicious Same here! Not to mention I'm a little worn having to explain why i eat a certain way, over & over & over again. Itd really be nice to meet people who I can easily relate to.

    Yes itd be nice to have more people in the valley but at least I know there is one other person walking around in vibrams haha.

    Have any of your friends considered/tried going primal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrokMendoza View Post
    Grokalicious Same here! Not to mention I'm a little worn having to explain why i eat a certain way, over & over & over again. Itd really be nice to meet people who I can easily relate to.

    Yes itd be nice to have more people in the valley but at least I know there is one other person walking around in vibrams haha.

    Have any of your friends considered/tried going primal?
    Hi Mendoza, I'm near you. Haven't found anything yet in the Inland Empire that's Paleo. Have you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptocode View Post
    Hi Mendoza, I'm near you. Haven't found anything yet in the Inland Empire that's Paleo. Have you?

    Whats up Cryptocode?? I am actually in the LA area now, but I occasionally go & visit family in Fontana. So far the closest thing I've found to Primal is this supermarket called Sprouts but that's about it!

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    I went to eat at smoke city market on sherman oaks since i literally live right by there. Chicken is so bomb

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    So there is this paleo meal delivery place in LA that is pretty cool. It's called Brian's Bowls.

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    Example dishes for this week:

    Chorizo Meatballs
    Mexican style Chorizo sausage, in your favorite package. Served with a Pipian Rojo sauce, thickened with ground pumpkin seeds. Served with garlicky kale and cauliflower rice, this one is rocking some heat. Regular has 3 meatballs, XL 4. Paleo level:.

    Mexican Chicken Stew
    Think Pozole, but with Chicken, and no hominy. That's corn. So we've got a spicy broth, with chunks of chicken, cauliflower instead of the hominy and assorted greens and herbs filling it out. Paleo level: Pure Paleo. Spice level: Medium++....

    Chipotle Roast
    Grilled beef roast, with a chipotle wine reduction sauce. Served with our cauliflower/sweet potato mash. Savory with a hint of spice, and, totally delicious! Ingredients: Beef, Yams, Cauliflower, Onions, Garlic, Wine, Spices, Coconut Milk, Olive Oil, Salt... Love.
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    That looks pretty sweet. I wonder if they're hiring

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    So Mike I wanted to ask do you enjoy living in Santa Monica? What's the crowd like out there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrokMendoza View Post
    So Mike I wanted to ask do you enjoy living in Santa Monica? What's the crowd like out there?
    Technically I live on the border of Santa Monica and Venice, on the Venice side. My back alley is Santa Monica. Overall, I really like it. There are lots of great places to find organic, sustainable food - lots of choices for CSA's, farmers markets almost every day, and decent amount of places to buy organic food. I do find that a fair bit of it caters to the 'Vegan' but that doesn't mean there isn't a great deal to offer and frankly some of the Vegan stuff is pretty good and primal.

    There are a bunch of bootcamp type fitness things - I tend to stay away from that stuff.

    There's lots of stuff along the beach to do, hiking nearby, most things for me are walkable... and I love my crossfit box as it fits my lifestyle very well.

    I found another CSA recently that is really amazing and I can't wait to try it out - they have blue butter, raw milk, and lots of other awesome stuff. https://udderlyla.com/index.php/

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    Hello MDA folks. I'm in Atwater Village, and a member of Rainbow Ranch Farms in Pinion Hills (100% grass-fed, no grain on the property at all. Beef, pork, lamb, goat, chicken, chicken eggs, duck eggs, quail eggs, goats milk). Chickens at Lindy Grundy come from RRF. I often do a meat-pool with some friends, so feel free to get in touch if you want in on the next bulk order.

    I did just come across a local offer of grass-fed beef at Harmony Farms, a meat processor in La Crecentia. They have a farmer who has an Angus half beef (one side) hanging in their cooler and looking to sell it. 390 pounds hanging weight, $6.49/lb (talk to Sonny at Harmony Farms for details).

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