Weekend Link Love – Edition 130

CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture.” It’s a way to skip the grocery store and get your eats directly from the farm. Head over to Robb Wolf‘s blog to learn how to find a CSA.

Thinking of becoming a personal trainer? Check out Al Kavadlo‘s advice (part 1 and part 2) on how to treat the clientele.

A resource for basketball people: my buddy Joe Lucas has a new site, The World of Hoops, that will help you up your game.

A resource for podcast people: Every Day Paleo started up a podcast called Paleo Talk.

In case you missed it earlier this week, here’s my definitive Primal shopping list. All the food you need to fill your pantry, so print it out and head to the grocery store!

And finally, sharks and birds want their omega 3s too, but sometimes omega 3s are hard to catch!

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (February 6 – 12)

Comment of the Week

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-Anne, updating my Smart Shoper Grok from Announcements Galore.

About the Author

Mark Sisson is the founder of Mark’s Daily Apple, godfather to the Primal food and lifestyle movement, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Keto Reset Diet. His latest book is Keto for Life, where he discusses how he combines the keto diet with a Primal lifestyle for optimal health and longevity. Mark is the author of numerous other books as well, including The Primal Blueprint, which was credited with turbocharging the growth of the primal/paleo movement back in 2009. After spending three decades researching and educating folks on why food is the key component to achieving and maintaining optimal wellness, Mark launched Primal Kitchen, a real-food company that creates Primal/paleo, keto, and Whole30-friendly kitchen staples.

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  1. Just signed up for our meat CSA yesterday! Grass fed beef and lamb. Totally excited. Today is also day 30 of my first 30 day primal challenge. Moving right on to day 31! I love it Mark! Thanks for opening my eyes!!!!

  2. I think I am going to try out a CSA this year. It makes a lot of sense as it saves money and gives you a large variety of food. I always love trying new vegetables. Too bad I don’t live in Cali where I could have one year round! Maybe in 2012?

  3. I’m not sure if CSA exists where I live, but it seems like I moght have the opportunity to start my own vegetable garden come spring, so I’m very excited about that!

  4. Yeah for CSAs! We have an awesome one around here and my plan is to become a member when I get back up here in the fall. (I’m gone all summer for work so I’m not gonna join right now!) They are even doing a winter share box this year! Fresh greens, eggs, honey, citrus from AZ, the last of the local apples, etc. Good stuff!
    So signing up for a CSA and buying some of our local meats are my plan for next winters foods! I can’t wait!

  5. Hey Mark,
    We signed up for our 1st CSA this year. Can’t wait …

  6. We don’t have a CSA here where I live, but we do have a wonderful organic farm that has a great market box that only costs $30 a week and it comes with lots of veggies and some fruits that are in season, or grown in a greenhouse.

  7. THANKS for bringing attention to CSA’a – we’re too far out in the desert (with no other growers around us) to participate in supplying a CSA – but they are a super way to support local and get absolutely fresh foods –

    And PLEASE everyone – get involved in stopping the spread of GMOs – Monsanto is outta control (our i should say firmly in control – of the USDA) and are out to infect all the main grain food supplies so “Organic” will be forced to accept GMOs in the future – PLEASE HELP STOP THEM!

  8. Mark; been thinking about joining my local organic CSA for awhile. Guess this is the little nudge I needed to finally take the plunge into receiving produce that will be a mystery until I receive my weekly box. At $15 a week, it’s a hell of a deal.

    Thanks also for the link to Al Kavadlo–I love his site and have been getting exercise ideas from him for several months now. Upbeat guy who demonstrates just how much of a badass you can be with only bodyweight exercises.

  9. I joined a CSA last fall, finally finding one nearby, and never regretted it. Around here, autumn vegetables are sweet potatoes, collards and more collards, turnips, cabbage, carrots, and apples. It was a great challenge learning to cook with what was available, and I finally found a brilliant method for cooking collards (just contact me if you want the recipe). I’m really looking forward to the spring/summer boxes. It’s not cheap, but it’s not any more expensive than the supermarket, so it’s nice to support local businesses.

  10. csa’s are awesome. instead of paying for my veggie share, i work trade 3 hours a week. i get to be out in the fresh air, exercise, learn, and snack on cherry tomatos and leave with a fat sack of freshies that i harvested. we also have a year round goat csa here in southern colorado where we can choose what we want delivered weekly from meat to milk to yogurt, butter, cheese, etc. and we love visiting the goats and seeing the newborns every season. yep, awesome!

  11. love love love community supported agriculture!
    we get a box of local organic produce delivered every other week, and we just found a meat farmer who delivers too, and their prices rock! We are getting 10 lbs pastured beef tomorrow, can’t wait!

    also: al kavadlo is the man. <3

  12. With a CSA we did half share last year and for sure going full this year. It is great as we sometimes end up with things we can’t get at the grocery store and end up trying all kinds of new recipes with veggies we wouldn’t normally cook with. Also, wanted to say MDA your cookbook is great. All recipes we have tried are delicious! Love the Peach Caflouti.

  13. CSA! CSA!
    thanks to them & the PB Cookbook, I have a new favourite sidedish: creamed kale (with garlic scape)