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    Primal/paleo "fast food"

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    I'm guessing we all have those moments in time where we're hungry, but we don't want to cook an involved meal.

    My easy peasy fast food is guac. I mash up an avocado, add some salsa that has primal-ly ok ingredients, and Voila! A nutritious meal in a couple of minutes.

    What's your "I don't want to cook but I'm hungry" meal?
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    Some sardines and veggies, either raw or in the steamer.

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    Roasted chicken deli meat, sliced avocado, sliced tomato or frozen extra leftover spaghetti sauce heated up with spaghetti squash,fajitas and guac with roasted peppers and onions from Mexican food place down the street or chicken or beef caldo. Fresh fruit.Good thread I need new ideas

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    For lunch I had some beef hacked off a chunk of slow-roasted brisket in the fridge, mixed with cold cooked vegetables, heated together with butter. And a dish of kimchi.

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    canned fishes. all sorts.

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    I start with scrambled eggs, yogurt, and/or pickles. It covers the hot/cold/crunchy bases with ample protein and salt so I'm never hungry after that.
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    A US Wellness Meats pemmican stick. Their beef sticks are good too.

    I sometimes do what I call a "deli dinner" which is basically whatever meat, cheese, and other stuff like olives, a random jar of sundried tomatoes, etc. Whatever I have kicking around the pantry. Add an avocado and/or some nuts. Little of this, little of that, and a bit of of the other thing, and you have dinner.

    I just put it all on a cutting board and eat it outside on my balcony.

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    Nothing, coconut oil, or butter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    A US Wellness Meats pemmican stick. Their beef sticks are good too.

    I sometimes do what I call a "deli dinner" which is basically whatever meat, cheese, and other stuff like olives, a random jar of sundried tomatoes, etc. Whatever I have kicking around the pantry. Add an avocado and/or some nuts. Little of this, little of that, and a bit of of the other thing, and you have dinner.

    I just put it all on a cutting board and eat it outside on my balcony.
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    I've started eating liver with raw carrots, celery and onion. Very spartan but quite nice, no need for flavorings when they're raw.

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