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Posts Tagged ‘ breakfast ’

18 Jun

Crepinettes

Crepinette is a lovely and fancy-sounding word for ground meat wrapped in caul fat. Essentially, it’s fresh sausage that you can make at home without the time-consuming struggle of stuffing ground meat into casings. Caul fat is a lacey, fatty membrane that lines the stomach cavity of pigs (and cows and sheep, although you’ll mostly […]

4 Jun

Primal Korean Bibimbap

Bibimbap, a dish made up of white rice mixed with vegetables, meat, egg and a fermented condiment or two, is Korean comfort food. A quick Primal change (switching out white rice for cauliflower rice and modifying the beef marinade) turns Bibimbap into comfort food that’s also quite healthy. The crowning glory of this flavorful one […]

27 Feb

Beef Bone Broth Variations

Bone broth has been getting so much buzz, it doesn’t need a lengthy introduction. By now, you probably know that sipping a warm mug of broth is not only soothing, but also a nourishing source of gelatin. So you keep a supply of bone broth in your refrigerator or freezer*. And you’re sipping mugs of it, […]

20 Feb

Kimchi Pancakes

Kimchi is great as a side dish, but it’s also really delicious as a main ingredient. Take kimchi soup, for example. Or, these savory egg pancakes laced with kimchi, scallions and garlic, and served with sesame dipping sauce. It’s important to supplement your diet with fermented foods and these savory pancakes are a tasty way […]

26 Dec

Dulse “Bacon” and Eggs

Dulse, a type of red seaweed with high amounts of magnesium and calcium, has gotten some attention for tasting like bacon from the sea. Is it just media hype, or is it possible that dulse (pronounced duhls) really does taste like meaty, salty, fatty bacon? Dried, whole leaf dulse can be eaten right out of […]

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