Hi! I've bought some chicken hearts and I'm not sure how to correctly cook them.I'd appreciate if you could guide me in simply cooking those chicken hearts without adding anything to them.I do not want a recipe, just to know: 1. How long or how do... (more)
I'm guessing eating lots of meat, but what would be the easiest way to cook it?I know that the easiest way to cook vegetables is steaming, but what about meat?
High protein is a waste. Sufficient protein is better. If you want to stay low carb then do high fat. Easy to do... Couple tbsp of olive oil plus lots of veggies with each meal.
I have made gizzards differently multiple times and have enjoyed them each time, but I was wondering what other people do when they cook theirs. Just looking for new recipes is all. Thanks!
I feel like I can't cook beef???whenever I cook it on stove top it tastes gross???something about frying it that is bad? Grilled meat tastes great, and meat in soup???but fried is just blah! Maybe I am cooking it on too high of a heat ruining... (more)
Here's all you need to know: http://www.seriouseats.com/2012/12/the-food-lab-complete-guide-to-pan-seared-steaks.html Take away: season well before and allow to rest. Works for me. Also - for oil I use butter ghee.
Most people say bone broth should be cooked for a maximum of 72 hours. I've been going 6 days now. each day i drain out the liquid and refill the crock pot with fresh spring water. Although most if not all the collagen is gone, i have a hunch... (more)
You can cook the bones till they dissolve and eat it all in an ideal world and it wouldn't be a problem - the minerals and nutrients in the bones would be beneficial. However, there is a problem due to pollution/ exposure of the animal to toxins... (more)
Sorry if this has been asked before but I just picked up some buffalo heart (frozen). I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions for the best way to cook it? Thanks in advance.
So I have read of a study which tested the water after 18 hours or more or something of a bone broth that was acidic to leach calcium from the bones and the water contained less than 50 mg of calcium per serving, so I am considering eating the... (more)
Does anybody have a sense of the main methods our ancient paleo kinsmen used to cook meat? Smoked meat is delicious, but an occasional thing for me because of the polycyclic bad guys. Not a huge issue for cavemen because stomach cancer... (more)
Im stressing trying to figure out what NON toxic cookware to purchase. I only need something to bake my chicken in and a frying pan! Ive narrowed it down to stainless steel, and enamel coated cast iron. I also want a CAST IRON frying pan but... (more)
I saw solid coconut oil being sold in a bulk box of 35lbs for like $45 at The Web Restaurant Store meant for use with popcorn. They had both solid and solid white. But even with googling it, I couldn't find out whether you could use it for other... (more)
Best avoided - It sounds as if it could be hydogenated if it is sold boxed - "The melting point of hydrogenated coconut oil is 97???104 ??F (36???40 ??C)"wikipedia.
I was wondering how I would prepare tallow if I just wanted to eat a couple of tablespoons as I know eating it as it is wouldn't have been through enough of a cooking process to rid of germs. I am new to cooking so I apologize: if I cook a good... (more)
Hey everyone... I posted this a few days ago but it mysteriously disapeared before I could see the responses. So if you posted then, thank you and I'm sorry i didn't get to see it! I'm making a paleo cookbook as a Christmas gift for my older... (more)
I have been trying out the Perfect Health Diet's recommendation of starch intake. I wanted to try taro and went to an Asian grocery store. I picked up a four pound corm of taro. (They also had smaller corms of taro, but the clerk suggested I... (more)
What are your favourite vegetables that you can eat everyday? Can you list some good non-nightshade ones? How do you eat them, cooked or raw? If cooked, how is it cooked? Boiled, steamed, sauted, fried, baked lol?
I have to say beets (Dwight Schrute would love me). Both the root and the greens. I love them roasted, but nothing beats (har har) a salad of beet greens with pickled beets on top.
Fun article about fermented foods in the Arctic circle
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