HI! So I am planning on studying abroad this coming Spring Semester in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. I am unsure of the meal plan that I will be on. I believe there is a catered option and a self-catered option (I am leaning towards the self-catered... (more)
In my house, we have burgers once a week. I only just checked the ingredients; apparently it has "gluten-free crumb" and the ingredients of that include potato starch and some E number. We get the burgers from M&S, so I'm guessing the beef is... (more)
Hi fellow Brits, Hoping someone can shed a little light on this for me. I know that Morrisons makes a big deal about being the only UK supermarket whose in-house butcher uses only British meat. However, I'm not sure about what this means in terms... (more)
Do you British guys/gals know any good online sources of unpasteurized cheese that deliver within UK? I tried the 2 cheeses on red23 which were nice but can't find much else through google, would like a bit of variety I did notice the pre grated... (more)
Sainsbury and Tesco both sell unpasteurised cheese (both do cheddars from Canada, if I recall correctly, and Sainsburys has some other unpasteurised french cheeses.
i found this website earlier today http://www.greenpasturefarms.co.uk/ they seem great, anybody ordered from them?
Alrighty, I live in the UK and it seems over here it is pretty hard to find an affordable, BPA-free coconut milk so I've been looking around and am thinking about making my own from unsweetened shredded coconut. Would this still contain all of the... (more)
making coconut milk on your own from unsweetened shredded coconut will definitely be way nutritious than the ones processed. You will have quality control in your own hands, and fresh coconut milk. your storage time will be less than the time the... (more)
Hi (again) Just wanted to see if there were any UK/British paleo eaters? Many of the recipes I see and read are definitely aimed towards the US market and pallet. Just interested to know if those Brits have any tips or favourite meals they'd... (more)
Hi Hackers... OK so I'm a studet living in Manchester UK, need some help. My budget is about ??20 a week for my shopping and I find it quite hard to stay paleo at times. This is what I bought this week: ??5 of chicken legs from the market (which... (more)
A lot of the butchers aren't keeping bones any more. Apparently they don't see the bones as anything useful. So does anyone have any idea where to get the bones from in the UK?
Abel and Cole now sell beef bones and chicken carcasses for a few pounds. I usually get mine from the farmer's market - if I call ahead they will bring me anything from chicken carcasses to pigs trotters, and usually it's either free or something... (more)
http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=261819963 I emailed Kerrygold as I have not found their unsalted anywhere in the UK, so I got this butter from Tesco instead for use with bulletproof coffee. Any UK hackers found unsalted... (more)
I've come to the conclusion that organic doesn't necessarily mean healthier or better quality, it could just mean the pellets they eat are organic or something. That said, British livestock is generally pretty good quality and grass fed from what... (more)
hi is there any fellow paleo people from the uk using gelatin? all i found is this: http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=258448743 but no mention of grass fed or not, but is grass fed REALLY necessary for gelatin? thank you (more)
I'm not planning on starting any time soon, as I've got a lot of weight to lose and I'm following advice from people on here who have said to take it easy and focus on the diet for now. I am interested in taking up crossfit some time in the future... (more)
In addition to a programme running on bbc2 called the men who made us fat tonight's episode of newsnight addressed how obscene it is that mcdonalds and coke etc are the main food sponsors of the London olympics The whole piece was focused solely... (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)
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)
Personally, I am not looking to try and implement any 'gluten free' products into my own diet, however I just fancy getting peoples opinions on these types of products. (gluten free oats, nairns products, tesco free from range etc) These... (more)
I spend a good deal of my time travelling, often needing to fuel up on the road. While Paleo technically gives me the freedom to go for large parts of the standard British fry-up (full English, Ulster fry, whatever you'd like to call it...), I am... (more)
I'm stuck; I've tried everywhere from supermarkets to local health food shops [including Infinity Foods] to no avail...Am I going to have to order from the 'net and then stay in awaiting delivery?I'm in the Brighton area if that helps.
Everything I've read emphasises the importance of using high-quality supplements, and then goes on to make recommendations aimed at American readers. I'm interested in where other Paleo people in the UK or nearby countries get their supplements... (more)
Trying to discover the extent of the Paleo community in the UK, where are the hotspots? numbers in or around our location. OK so if you stop by and are from the UK please leave a note stating where you are and what your personal experiences... (more)
I was in Cambridge/Canterbury, now in Norfolk. There's also a thread on this here.