The commodification of paleo/primal is not necessarily a bad thing imo. There's a paleo restaurant here in Johns Creek, one of the most affluent neighborhoods in all of Atlanta. It exposes new people to gourmet paleo/primal foods set in a classy setting. Thus dispelling the idea that we are all hairy, raw-meat eating, aspiring cave dweller re-enactors(not that there's anything wrong with that...).
Originally Posted by Gydle
My point is, more exposure to foods that are more palatable to the mainstream may lead some people to paleo/primal that would not have come to it otherwise.
I have bought the canned coconut drinks at times, nothing else from the recent paleo marketplace. But again, there are many others who have & do buy those and other paleo products, & as I asserted, that's not categorically a bad thing.
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