This question is a bit of fun and a bit of research. If you encountered a paleo bakery & cafe what would you expect or want to find on the menu?
Hello everyone! I am new to the paleohacks forum and am excited to reach out to a community of individuals who seem as passionate about food as myself. I am working on creating a restaurant in Detroit where I will serve only pastured meats... (more)
Hi all, I am a college student living in Salem, OR and when I *can* afford to eat off campus, that is preferred. I already know of a few good places in Portland that are primal but I was wondering if anyone knows of any in Salem? Would be... (more)
Since you're not likely to find any, try seafood from Newport or McGrath's. I was in Corvallis last night and had some excellent bacon guacamole at del Alma. They had a lot of tapas and charcuterie that could pass for paleo.
I just saw this article that Dunkin Donuts is testing a breakfast sandwich made out of glazed donut rather than a bagel. Really.....? There not only seems to be zero effort for any of the fast food chains to offer healthier food but it seems they... (more)
Because fast food chains are more interested in making a buck than keeping people healthy
Hello! Since I started with paleo I try to eplain to people why I don't eat all the stuff I ate before and they're still eating. Some understand, some just joke about it. I try not to mind. But I have to say that sometimes I feel kinda isolated.... (more)
Or what do you think of their offerings: http://hukitchen.com/HuMenu.pdf Quote from their site: "We started with the question, 'how should humans eat?' The more we studied and experimented, the more we came to understand that we are primitive... (more)
I found this accidentally on the Panera Bread website when I was looking for allergens in their chicken. It is called the Panera Bread Hidden Menu and I think it is super cool for those times when you want to eat out with friends, business... (more)
First off I want to mention that I never eat out at all. I eat what I make everyday, every meal. I was just curious as to how those of you who do go out to eat manage to avoid vegetable oil, soy, wheat, msg etc. or do you not avoid it at all... (more)
Hi, I'm back again after a long absence. If you look at my previous posts and history you'll see I've gone, done and been through a lot in the past 2 years. But now that's all behind me I'm getting back on my two feet. Getting back on my two... (more)
Just so its a question. Have you heard of Hu Kitchen? If your in NYC, check out Hu Kitchen. Its a "Primal" Cafe with great food and drinks. Its all organic, grass fed meats with a large selection of soups, salads, sides, fresh juice, coffee and... (more)
This place is a few min from where I live now after I moved. Anyone else have this place nearby and what do you think of it? The beef is grass-fed and ground daily. I usually order an elevation burger (2 patties) in a lettuce wrap with raw onion,... (more)
My parents live in Houston, TX and I'll be going to see them along with the rest of my family for Thanksgiving. Does anyone know of any great paleo friendly restaurants that I have to check out while I'm there?
Hi Everyone! So I was taken out to lunch today and I was concerned as I only started Paleo eating but I was able to chose where to eat. I was happy with my food choices: I had two courses with the first being scampi but I could take the batter... (more)
Tom Ka Gai - Coconut Curry Soup (with chicken, lemongrass, mushrooms and cilantro)
Hi all, I have been Paleo for four weeks and I want to stay that way without compromise. I used to go to Pei Wei and get gluten free stuff (I'm celiac) but I know now that's not good enough as the chicken is breaded in rice flour and there is... (more)
So, my husband and I are going to be in the Boston area for about a week for my sister-in-law's wedding. Are there any must experience paleo-friendly restaurants we should look into visiting while we're there? We'll be staying in Lexington and... (more)
I am traveling to Anchorage for business next week. I am wondering if there are any gems hidden among the regular restaurant establishments? Also, does anyone know of any good grocery stores that sell real food? I am taking along some nuts and... (more)
The hidden gems are in people's chest freezers. So many people hunt and fish in AK, if you are going to people's homes, good chance you'll get to try different game.
As anyone who follows Paleo/Primal/PHD knows, eating out is tough. You can always count it as your cheat meal but cheat meals can affect how you feel and I want to feel as good as possible. So, where do you eat and what do you order that does not... (more)
Barbecue. You can get a plate of brisket, sauce on the side, skip the fries (which are likely fried in veg. oil) and the slice of bread, and use your own discretion on the pickle. (this is BBQ served Kansas City style, btw - YMMV).
Alright guys I'm going to be in St. Louis for business for about a week. What are some of the best paleo spots there? Or where are some places that might be worth a little cheat, I have celiacs so I'm limited on my cheats. Thanks!
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