Just as the title says. People talk about it, but I've never heard of people developing symptoms, or being diagnosed with mercury toxicity or anything like that. To me it seems like a bunch of scary hearsay, honestly. Prove me wrong. As it... (more)
I've been opposed to eating seafood my whole life. Not for a particularly good reason either; my dad didn't eat it, I was a daddy's girl, so I didn't either. As my Primal journey is progressing and I've learned that I like a lot of things I... (more)
the tuna I get (every brand in my stores has it, and the one brand I found without it is double the price per tin) is "tuna, vegetable broth, salt" and the can says allergen warning: contains soy. is this a big deal for paleo? i know rob wolf... (more)
Hi Guys, Just wondering what you prefer with regards to canned tuna? Albacore, Yellowfin, or Skipjack (last 2 are known as light tuna i believe). I know that albacore has more omega 3s, but is higher in mercury generally. However some chunk... (more)
I bought fish for the first time at farmers market. I live in the northwest the fish is caught locally. Wow I have never had fresh cod before and holy cow is it different. Not at all fishy or dry like the frozen kind. I also bought 3 cans of... (more)
Just saw this article- http://www.japanesefoodreport.com/2008/10/roasted-tuna-collar.html Sounds (and looks) awesome! Has anyone had any success procuring/cooking/eating some? How difficult was it? (more)
Hello Everyone. I am just curious in asking how many of us paleo folks over in the UK buy food from regular supermarkets, such as tesco, coop, etc. I am mainly wondering if people buy any store bought soups that are filled with good ingredients... (more)
Lately, i have been too busy to cook food, so my staple is canned fish (salmon, tuna, sardines, and anchovies, some crab meat) on top of a big salad. I have been eating this for both lunch and dinner because it is fast, and pretty tasty, i love... (more)
If you are buying your canned fish at Trader Joe's then you are probably all set. Word is that all their fish is in BPA-free cans.
Canned fish is controversial , but remains popular among paleo enthusiasts, including Mark Sisson, especially canned salmon. Also, canned tomato products are popular. Many are attracted to the convenience of ready-to-eat canned foods, especially... (more)
Hi I have researched this but can't find anything consistent. I believe risks shouldn't always be taken. I was once keen on eating raw oysters and clams but once I read even HEALTHY people can die from that virus it really makes you step back... (more)
So, I've been Paleo since August or so, but not super strict or anything because I'm a broke college student on a budget and can't exactly afford grass-fed all the time. Anyways, I just started Whole30 three days ago and I've been eating tuna and... (more)
are tuna dying out? are they going extinct ? overfishing is happening with a lot of fish, but thats not the question. the question is this: if mercury poisoning were a problem, then wouldn't the tuna be affected in a massive way. Frogs are... (more)
I've been supplementing my canned sardine intake with some canned tuna - primarily for variety, but also on a lark to see if it also doesn't taste as bad as I had feared. Good news on that front, it's actually quite palatable! However I'm... (more)
Loren Cordain's original Paleo Diet book says the canning process causes a number of problems This means other than loss of fresh flavor (which is obvious) and oxidized cholesterol in the fish (not as obvious), especially if containing vegetable... (more)
Long-time lurker, first time poster! I'm looking for canned tuna, tested to be BPA-free. There are some places in the US that sell it, but I'd rather buy from Europe to save on shipping and customs, duties, VAT, and overall hassle. I live in... (more)
Do you agree with paleo-censorship?
Fun article about fermented foods in the Arctic circle
Who wants to do Whole30 with me?