I'm almost done with my whole 30 (currently on Day 30. Feeling great results. I realized a brand of salsa I bought nine days ago has sugar listed as it's ninth ingredient (three are 13 ingredients). I usually use 1-2 tablespoons (2 tablespoons are... (more)
Hello! I absolutely love eating avocados plain with a spoon for snacks or as part of a lunch/dinner. They are delicious by themselves, but sometimes I find myself wanting some other flavors in there. Does anyone have any suggestions about how... (more)
Hello! I was wondering if anyone knew a kind of "chip" I could make that is low carb, but still crunchy enough to eat with salsa and feel similar to a tortilla chip. I was thinking eggplant or bell pepper to bake into a chip, but I am not sure if... (more)
So, I have this salsa recipe that is the bee's knees. Like for reals. It's fermented, so it's full of probiotics, and it keeps for a long time (but usually not too long, cause we gobble it up). Since I'm doing this Paleo thing, what are good ways... (more)
Salsa is great on "tacos" - aka ground beef wrapped in lettuce and your choice of topings. We eat this often! As for guac - my favorite way to eat it is with bacon. MMMMmmmm. Paleo rules.
I'm on vacation and don't have the funds are tools to make homemade Paleo salsa. Are there any brands I can buy at the store that would be as close to Paleo as possible? I have a wal-mart, publix, and ward's (organic family-owned) nearby.
I know different tomatos have different acid levels. I find yellow tomatoes to be less acidic than red. You can also cut back on the amount of tomatoes and replace with other veggies. Avocado should mellow out the acid, as would various fruits. I... (more)
i miss tortilla chips,...mostly as a transportation device to get salsa and guac to my mouth,..but I do miss the crunch as well. Hubby made awesome guac last night - but we were not having a dinner where it would be an appropriate topping and I... (more)
Pork Rinds!!! Love eating them with guacamole. You can get good ones (chicharones) from Latin markets, or cheap ones in a regular grocery store near the snack food.