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Trying to go Paleo and grains were pretty much my thing, I need some ideas for new Grab/On the go snack foods. I'm a college studen so the cheaper/easier the bettter. Especially if you can find items at Publix/Target. But Wholeoods is ok too.
For snacks you don't have to cook, there's actually a lot on the market these days. There are crackers made with nuts/seeds (no grains), kale chips, seaweed snacks, veggie chips, and of course trail mix. I've also tried some bars that have nothing... (more)
Hi, I live in India and don't have the will to bake my own bread. Does anyone know where I can buy Paleo breads in India ? Julian bakery does not ship to India. Thank you, Vishal (more)
Hi, I am on my second week of strict aip paleo to combat my stage 3 Hidradenitis Suppurativa. My first week consisted mainly of beef because I know what to look for in beef, i.e. 100% grass fed to avoid consuming the grains the cow... (more)
What does it matter if the animal eats grain? Those grains are completely broken down into the constituent sugar, fat and protein molecules that they are composed of in the digestive system of the animal that ate it and turned into meat (muscle... (more)
I've just started the paleodiet a few weeks ago. How do you shop in order to not get bored from the same food items? I've already run into a rut with the same regiment of 5-6 meals/snacks a day. Any suggestions?
Im 18, still living with parents and of course they're not paleo but we do tend to get fruit veg nd a little meat in.....so Im about to go shopping and get some snacks and other essentials, what should I buy? :)
HELP. I am brand new. Overwhelmed. Trying to just start small with a 2 week menu plan, mainly dinners, and a shopping list. Budget is tight so ingredients that can make more than one meal are great. I've been trying to do this but I'm just... (more)
Hi all, I'm new to the Paleo scene, and I totally get it. My trouble is shopping. I feel overwhelmed going into Whole Foods. There just seem to be so many options, and I feel like I spent half my day there and only bought about 7 things! ... (more)
Where can I buy pastured eggs? I have access to Whole Foods and Trader Joe's and ideally I'd like to buy them from there; they do have omega-3 enriched eggs, but it's not clear they're pastured -- they claim "vegetarian diet" which I'm concerned... (more)
Chickens are meant to digest corn, so it's totally fine for them to eat it. But you do want them also to have grass and bugs, so you are looking for eggs marked "pastured". Where are you located?
Regular grocery, warehouse club (Costco, Sams etc), big box store (Walmart, Target etc)? Produce stands or markets, butchers, fish markets? Asian markets, other ethnic or specialty markets? Health food stores? Farmers market, CSA, meat share,... (more)
I went to Whole Foods recently and they did not have a lot of organic produce, but they did have a lot of "locally grown" produce, and large signs everywhere promoting this new trend. Now for me, local can mean New Jersey...Is this really a good... (more)
I know it can be inconvenient if you have kids and a full time job but I've gotten into the routine of food shopping every day I go to the loose fruit and veg section of the supermarket and pick out a nice selection for the day depending how I... (more)
Hi all, I'm looking to stock up the cupboards with coconut oil, flour, almond and coconut flour, nuts etc. I wondered if any of you could recommend a wholesaler / online store that is really good value for money. For example Holland &... (more)
Hi everybody... first posting, apologies for the tl;dr crowd I am 34 and have been overweight since 7th grade and my highest weight was approx 310. I have also suffered from debilitating migraines since I was 13 and had strep-induced psoriasis... (more)
This isn't really a question, but more of an affirmation. It dawned on me as my wife and I left the grocery store this past weekend. We only went down one aisle of the grocery store for some frozen vegetables. Our entire shopping experience was... (more)
Possible Duplicate: Seattle PaleoHackers, where do you shop for grass-fed beef, pastured eggs, raw dairy? Any Paleo people from the Seattle area here?'where do you all shop from meats and produce? And any other good paleo products? (more)
I have moved to Paris for a while and I'm just getting started at settling in. I have two questions: are there places that I could by pastured beef, eggs, and milk? And then...what are the French terms that are used to describe something as... (more)
A local VONS in San Diego, California has a brand called Open Nature. On all of their packages, it says vegetarian fed. I did some research and found this site. Under the Angus Beef category, it says it is raised on vegetables - including... (more)
Possible Duplicate: How many like to evaluate other people’s grocery carts? First and foremost, I DO. I do judge them. At least I am being honest. When I see a 400 pounder walking around Walmart with industrial size boxes of... (more)
Recently I seem to have developed a habit of looking at other peoples' shopping baskets at the checkout. This morning the guy next to me had a bunch of bananas, sliced ham, spinach, a packet of mixed nuts and box of blueberries. I was tempted to... (more)
I do, of course, it's like fun spying. Sometimes I go "OO where did you get that?!?" because they have something special in their cart that I might be interested in, most of the time I just feel sad because it's full of junk. So much packaged... (more)
I already know it's true that I have the best, smartest and most beautiful friends in the world, so no hate! My family and I are going through a hard time, and have been getting our food from a food pantry (luckily a paleo friend of mine is the... (more)
Wow I think it's awesome how international and far reaching Paleo is. I'm curious what other countries think about American food/farming practices. For me I found out about Paleo through food politics.
I pick up a produce CSA once a week, a meat CSA once a month and go to the farmer's market every week. I find myself at Trader Joe's at least twice a week and at Whole Foods a few times a month. A run of the mill standard grocery store is within... (more)
I live in Portugal and although access to quality foods is fairly easy (iberian pork, fresh seafood, grass fed - although grain finished - beef, etc.), I do struggle to find some items. Coconut products are almost nowhere to be seen (I pay way... (more)
I am kind of obsessed with liverwurst, but only have immediate access to the supermarket brand. Is there a brand of pastured liverwurst that I can order online that you would recommend? P.S.: Braunschweiger is great, too! (more)