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30 Sep

Primal Blueprint Recipe: Apple Pie

This is one in a series of 8 videos. You can view the rest of the series here.

Mark’s Daily Apple reader Melody submitted this Primal Blueprint dessert video as her entry to this year’s Primal Blueprint Recipe Video Contest. This is one in a series of workout videos, recipe videos and other contest submissions that will be published all week long. View them all and vote for your favorites later this week. Grok on!

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  1. Why do so many people who believe in Paleo try to imitate Neolithic foods? Why not simply eat the food as it comes? VBR Hans

    Hans Keer wrote on October 2nd, 2010
    • I think people just like to cook. Cooking goes back as far as art. For many people, it’s relaxing and fun way to express the human need to create something beautiful for their “tribe”

      Maya wrote on October 2nd, 2010
      • exactly, and just because neolithic has a bad connotation, in terms of food, does not mean that all things neolithic are necessarily bad.

        Jonah wrote on July 26th, 2011
  2. @Melody. This is looking really interesting. For ease of use on youtube could you name your videos in sequential order, or use a video editing tool to stick them all into one, that’d be great. Looking forward to trying them! Thanks.

    Steve wrote on October 2nd, 2010
  3. @Hans. Why imitate? Because sometimes the food tastes really good but you really don’t want any of the side effects that come with them. By making them primally you get the great taste, and the great health benefits.

    Steve wrote on October 2nd, 2010
  4. This looks like a good recipe but the video itself is pretty terrible. Just needs to be smoothed out with some editing and it would be great. Like the shot of her cleaning up the sink was pretty bogus, should have been edited out. But the shot of the dough itself is great.

    lala wrote on December 16th, 2010
  5. My weight is going up and up,I have reactive Hypoglycemia.
    Breakfast is so hard,I do not like shakes.
    Is there a breakfast I can prepare up to 7 days,that I can just take out of the fridge.
    Many thanks
    Heather

    Heather wrote on September 19th, 2011
    • i make what is a essentially a giant omelette in the oven with about 12-16 eggs and what ever veg/meat i can think off/have on hand and mix it all up and bake it for 45mins at 190degC depending on how much i put in it lasts me between 4 and 6 days (i have pretty big portions)

      Tim wrote on September 26th, 2011
  6. Can anyone see what the amount of the flours should be? Is that a 2-cup measuring cup, meaning you’d use 1 cup almond flour and 1 cup coconut flour? I do wish the videos had been a bit more precise with the recipe – she mentions “dried coconut” and a blender at one point, when I think she meant coconut flour and the Cuisinart. Thanks!

    Trish Smith wrote on October 4th, 2011
    • She said 1/2 cup of each.

      Carrie wrote on January 17th, 2014

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