Hi there fellow primal. My name is Alma and I've been in the primal living for 2 month now. I love how I am feeling healthy and I am feeling better about myself but right now I need more recipes so that I can stay right on track.
Check Amazon, they have daily changing free kindle cookbooks. Search for paleo, wheat free or caveman. If you don't own a kindle you can download one of their free apps for PC or smartphone. I got some 100 free cookbooks over three last months
Verstuurd van mijn ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T met Tapatalk
I am newbie in this forum. Just join for saying hello to all. Glad to be a part of this forum. Hope i stay and enjoy there.
Welcome Alma, good to have you on board.
I love assembling primal ingredients into tasty meals. I don't often use recipes but if you'd like to see ideas of what I do, check out my journal (link at the bottom of this message).
For example today I just smeared my steak with some garlic, chilli and olive oil. Then later I fried it in some dripping for a few minutes each side, steamed some beans and dabbed some butter on top. That was dinner.
For lunch I diced up a variety of veges to make a salad and tossed in some walnuts and bacon. The veges were just what I had left in the fridge (shopping day tomorrow) or garden - cucumber, pineapple, coconut, celery, avocado, sundried tomatoes, parsley, chives and lemon.
So you see Primal cooking can be pretty straightforward. I would start by buying wholesome meat, eggs, and veges. Have butter and olive oil on hand for cooking and salads. Add a little fruit, nuts and maybe cheese or yoghurt. Herbs and spices for inspiration. Go.
First of all, welcome!
Originally Posted by Annieh
And I agree with Annie; I rarely follow a recipe, I just go to the market, buy the things that look better and then mix them and cook them in ways I like. Stir-frying vegetables is quick, conforting and flavourful and it could be a side dish to a piece of meat or fish or a whole meal on it's own, if you add some bacon or eggs to the mix! (plus the left-overs are awesome as a soup, if you add some bone broth to them)