3 minute Paleo Chia Seed “Pudding”

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Now that I have an infant, I'm looking for fast, easy, no-cook foods to eat.  I had been eating some dairy while I was pregnant, and kept eating it for couple of weeks after baby Miles arrived because it was easy.  I was having full fat greek yogurt with berries and nuts for breakfast, it was quick to eat, had decent protein, and kept me full until lunch.  Then I started having a really fussy baby, and the most common food issue is dairy, so I pulled dairy out of my diet - something I was … [Read more...]

Paleo Plantain Pancakes – Grain and Nut Free

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Last weekend I wanted pancakes, the problem with Paleo pancakes is that they take FOREVER to cook and they tend to be a pain to make.  I mean seriously, you think you can make them and eat in less than an hour but that never happens.  Most recipes that have flavor are made with almond flour, which is fine except after the holidays I've been trying to lay off the Paleo Sweets - and a baked good made of almond flour that you top with (real) maple syrup...maybe I should just eat a Paleo cookie … [Read more...]

Quick and Easy Collard Greens

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I know what you're thinking, collard greens? are you serious?  Collard greens are a dark leafy green vegetable and are great to include in your diet.  I got my first CSA delivery from Lancaster Farm Fresh, and was happy to see some fresh, organic, and local collard greens in my share last week! Collards are now one of our favorite vegetables, they are a little "sweeter" than other dark leafy greens like kale, and aren't part of the sulpher family (like broccoli, brussels sprouts, and … [Read more...]

Breakfast is Back! Easy Egg Recipe

April 2013 Egg Cassarole

Eating breakfast is something that I have a love / hate relationship with. I like breakfast foods but don't like having to wake up earlier in order to cook and eat breakfast - I'd rather sleep an extra twenty minutes and fast until noon or throw some grass-fed butter and coconut oil into the blender along with my coffee to start my day. So this week I brought breakfast back in my house, and decided to go back to making the weekly baked egg casserole that I used to make when I was eating … [Read more...]

7 Take-Aways from Paleo Fx 2013


This past weekend from March 28 - 30th I attended the 2nd annual Paleo Fx - Ancestral Movement - Theory to Practice in Austin Texas.  It was a total of 2.5 days, with 21 hours surrounded by Paleo people and emerged in the adventures of Paleo-land.  48 possible sessions (not including cooking demos or workout options) of which I was able to attend 19, and met a whole lot of like-minded people.  Here is what my days looked like: Day 1: Nora Gedgaudes; Dr. Cate Shanahan; Dr. Terry Wahls; … [Read more...]