I baked a chicken thigh (~1lbs) for 40 mins @ 350?? and it was too raw... what are the correct settings?
If baked in close quarters; small / deep dish time will need to be longer than if in a shallower dish...... but in any case 40 minutes is pretty short. check out this link... http://bit.ly/I70DmW
Hey Paleo crew, Why do most people in here recommend sweet potato over white potatoes as a good source of carbs? (here in Denmark sweet potato is somewhat more seldom used as opposed to potatos that we eat all the time) Also what is best`? Baked... (more)
I have been on the Paleo diet for 5 months, without any cheating. In order to maintain the 2,400 calories a day I need to stay healthy, I'm eating meat three times a day, lots of fresh veges, and limited fruits. However, I'm still not able to eat... (more)
Personally I think you would be better off upping the carb content of your diet to reach your cal needs. Nut based paleo baked goods should be a treat food imo as they aren't necessarily that healthy.
A lot of recipes call for olive oil, which I'm trying to avoid heating at 400 F. I'm looking for alternatives to vegetable oils! Have you tried or recommend butter, ghee, tallow, or lard? I haven't tried with these other fats (though I use... (more)
Is it paleo 'certified' to bake parsnip, beetroot, celery and parsley root in the oven at around 200 C/392 F. I'm thinking that the baking will raise the GI too much, but is this concern overdone?
There seems to be every indication that cooked roots were a likely a big part of our diets historically. Unless you can't handle any spikes in your blood sugar (which most people can) have at it, roasted roots are delish.
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