Can I use millet flour as a substitute for almond flour.? I usually use coconut or sunflower seed flour, but I currently have no access to either of the products.
Nut & alternative grain flours are totally icing on the proverbial paleo cake. Their only advantage is that they are gluten-free. If that's your primary concern, then go for it.
Has anyone had any experience with the so-called 'simulated dawn' alarm clocks such as the Bio-Brite, Wake-Up Light or Soleil? It is possible that I may start using one in the winter when I cannot leave the shutters on our windows open because of... (more)
Has anyone tried using avocado as a substitute for nut butters in baking with any success? We have salicylate allergies which includes all nuts and sunflower seeds . I am also after a good subby for almond flour also please .
I have a fairly simple recipe for "meatloaf muffins" that call for egg and almond meal, both of which my daughter cannot have (I need to stay away from gluten and coconut too). I was wondering about the substitutions: if the only other... (more)
I've started to grind my own cashew "flour" as we are trying to avoid almonds too. And I'm finding that chia egg is way better than flax egg for a replacer. I bought a grinder just for chia seeds. Its working really well in baked goods.
My two year old is ending his toddler formula stage and we are contemplating giving him coconut milk for calcium and fat intake versus whole cow's milk. Any thoughts on this approach (we live in an urban environment and don't have access to raw... (more)
Hey so I am wondering, is it too much avocado to eat 1/2 of one in the morning with my eggs, and another 1/2 avo with my salad at lunch? Also, Avocado are quite expensive. Can anyone suggest some alternate fats that they use to "beef" up their... (more)
I often eat 2 avocados a day, so I don't think 1 is too much. Butter is also good to 'beef up' meals
I have a recipe for ginger and garlic salmon marinade that calls for 1T brown sugar. What can I sub or can I omit. I know that it helps carmalize the salmon. Thanks Donna, aka newbie to paleo
Hi! It would be awesome if you could edit your post with the actual recipe, so we can all see what is involved, but IMO you don't need it. If you have coconut sugar on hand you can totally sub that or just do something along the lines of: 2... (more)
Possible Duplicate: How is the finished baked product with coconut oil substitute? 0 I will be making a cupcake (carrot cake) family recipe with kids. Has anyone substituted coconut oil and or butter for vegetable oil before? Wondering... (more)
My mom made THE BEST cake I've EVER had (Paleo or otherwise) last time I went home. Good stuff: coconut flour, eggs, butter, coconut milk, cocoa powder... and a cup of sugar. I'd like to recreate this with liquid stevia and share it on my blog,... (more)
I love liver dumpling soup, but the traditional recipes call for bread crumbs, usually a lot of it (1-2 cups for a pot of dumplings). It is basically liver, ground twice, with spices and bread crumbs, then drop it in balls into hot beef soup. You... (more)
There are many recipes using coconut flour that I would like to use, but I don't have any and can't find any without ordering it online. I've got almond flour and chestnut flour that I have used for cookies/pancakes (not often, but a couple times... (more)
OK, this one is for all you who don't necessarily think of raisins as "turds from Satan's pet bunny rabbit". I see a lot of recipes (especially refined-sugar-free dessert recipes) out there calling for "date paste". My question is, why aren't... (more)
I believe the raisin skins are somewhat problematic (more skin, less meat) and its harder to get a smooth textured paste because of it. Also the date taste and overall texture is a bit more refined than that of raisins.
I've been eating paleo for the last few months and love it. However, I had the stomach flu this weekend and to help with the nausea I regularly ate some crackers - saltines. So I was wondering if anyone has found a way to help with nausea that is... (more)
Ginger! It's a godsend. Grate some fresh ginger and brew it into tea. It will make you feel at least slightly human again. :)
So, i noticed today that they are selling egg nog at the grocery store. I have a bit of an addiction to egg nog and was wondering if there was a way to get my fix without straying from the path. Any ideas?
In my humble opinion....have a glass or six. It's the holidays. I won't get through Thanksgiving without a piece of my mom's pumpkin pie. I'm not going to worry about it.
So I am struggling to find a consistent breakfast. I used to eat eggs every morning and that worked for a few months. Then eggs stopped sitting well in my stomach and giving me some gas. I switched to fasting in the morning but that made lunch... (more)
My paleo version of a to-go breakfast or lunch is a frittata (or 'egg muffin') - using ground beef, or diced chicken or bacon/ham, and whatever diced roast-able veggies you like, chuck the fillings into muffin tray holes, fill up with beaten egg,... (more)
Hello, I'm interesting in hearing from people who's calories from fat are under, say, 50%. What do you eat on a given day? I'm having difficulty figuring out how to get enough daily calories without lots of butter and coconut oil.
I've been dealing with some allergic responses: A lot of gunk in my throat, stuffy nose; just general congestion type stuff. I've never had allergies, and I have lived in the same area for years. I've been eliminating foods I think may have been... (more)
I spend a decent amount of time biking long distance (yeah, yeah, endurance cardio is terrible) or hiking or doing stuff where I need some good on-the-go snacks. In particular, I want something easily digestable, dense, high energy that I can... (more)
I used to like eating crackers with all kinds of toppings. Tuna, avacado, pate etc. Is there any healthy substitute for crackers so that I can still enjoy a convenient snack.
Cucumber slices are good for this. Also, if you eat cheese you can grate Parmesan or cheddar and put spoonfuls on a baking sheet and bake till they're brown, thin and crispy.
i see a lot of primal and paleo recipes based on almond flour. is this acceptable as a part of paleo diet? i see that some people think it is not acceptable. can you explain why? http://paleohacks.com/questions/5132/eating-hard-boiled-eggs/5148#5148 (more)
Hello, My typical breakfast is some protein powder, milled flaxseed, blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, & raspberries with about a cup of skim milk blended into a smoothie. I love this and look forward to it in the morning but now... (more)