Tuna / sardines
Tuna / sardines
Regulars but not daily is
85 or 88% chocolate
x Claire x
88kg (on 23/9/13)
86kg (on 08/10/13
Practicing full primal
Fish (whatever is cheap an sustainable, tilapia and wild salmon are frequent)
Beef (usually in a roast or braise)
Dairy (butter, cheese, yogurt)
SUPPLEMENTARY STAPLES (things that I frequently use but in smaller quantities or caloric significance)
Olive oil, coconut oil, tallow
Rosemary, thyme, peppers/chiles, cumin
Garlic and onions
Tomatoes (canned, fresh, dried)
Coconut milk (in tea, coffee, and occasionally recipes)
Green leafy things (salad, spinach, greens)
Citrus (lemons most often, limes in the summer, oranges in the winter)
Tea and wine
Last edited by RittenRemedy; 10-19-2013 at 10:28 PM.
My staples lately have been salmon, broccoli and spinach. Chicken, cauliflower and zucchini also make regular appearances.
Coffee (bulletproof, or not, depending on the day ahead)
Greens (either cooked with garlic/onion or salad-y)
A regular veg (broc, cauli, brussels sprouts, eggplant, tomatoes, summer squash, whatever)
A starchy veg (sweet tater, winter squash, etc)
Veggies ( I stock up frozen organic )
Oh yeah and canned meat like tuna
Potatoes (not daily but about 30% of days). I'm of Irish heritage so I think it's my right to eat loads of potatoes!! Eggs, Butter and cheese most days and dark chocolate yum. Pork and quite a lot of carrots, celery, onions and tomatoes. Plus dripping for Frying.
Well I always have three things on hand:
Canned fish (tuna, salmon, and oysters)
Cow (got about a 1/4 of one left in the freezer still)
3 years "low carb" Primal.
Dietary hierarchy is: Fatty and gelatinous meat/eggs/seafood/offal > raw and fermented dairy > nuts and seeds > fruit > starch > veggies > everything else.
Backyard permaculture, gardening, and fermentation as healthy hobbies. Lift heavy stuff and move a lot.