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Do not like fruit, vegetables or cooking

Answered on September 12, 2014
Created January 07, 2013 at 12:28 AM

How to eat Paleo when you don't like fruit and limited vegetables. I did "Belly Fat Cure" and now even thinking about eggs, of any kind, makes me sick to my stomach. I luve alone abd do not like to cook. I wiuld rather have cereal for dinner than cook after being at work all day. I have IBC and my doctor has suggested going gluten and dairy free. I feel this us something that is going to prove impossible for me. I also have fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. Everything seems monumental ab d impossible. Any advise wiuld be appreciated.

6714718e2245e5190017d643a7614157

on January 12, 2013
at 01:15 AM

Reading cookbooks? "Ain't nobody got time for that!"

6714718e2245e5190017d643a7614157

on January 09, 2013
at 11:45 PM

Thursday, April 5, 2012

6714718e2245e5190017d643a7614157

on January 09, 2013
at 11:43 PM

I don't see any links.

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on January 09, 2013
at 05:23 PM

Hrm, just noticed links have been added into my answer and I don't know how to remove them. Is this paleohacks' newest way to monetize?

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on January 09, 2013
at 05:18 PM

They were paleo cookies! Because I'm taking small steps! :P And I've been eating gluten-free bread with my breakfasts this week; they're gonna pull my card soon.

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on January 09, 2013
at 11:44 AM

You're welcome, Teresa. Good luck!

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on January 09, 2013
at 11:42 AM

You're welcome! I never understood why people expect something for nothing.

6714718e2245e5190017d643a7614157

on January 09, 2013
at 05:02 AM

Didn't you just bake cookies this past weekend? You don't have to answer that. :-P

6714718e2245e5190017d643a7614157

on January 09, 2013
at 05:00 AM

That's some good advice BF.

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on January 09, 2013
at 04:47 AM

Appreciated...thank you

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on January 09, 2013
at 04:43 AM

I have never understood why some people feel it that its their job to reprimand others. Thank you

Dbab4d29763ade8d8b89d003da33503e

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on January 09, 2013
at 04:21 AM

Suggestions is the reason I posted the question.Thank you for your helpful answer

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on January 09, 2013
at 03:51 AM

Thank you very much. The suggestions you've made will help me a lot.

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on January 09, 2013
at 12:01 AM

I'd just like to point out that you don't actually need fruit or vegetables to be healthy. So that's one easy simplification you could make. Throw a roast in the oven and you've got food for days.

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on January 08, 2013
at 04:38 AM

You better believe it! I suppose I manage to repress it most of the time. But, I'm damn proud of how much of a snarky prick I can be. When I read a question like this, I just can't help it. My mind just snaps back to the real me, and that's it. hahaha. Thanks Luckie! I'm glad there's at least one real person here who appreciates it!

4303a65967884e68bfae59817c227351

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on January 08, 2013
at 04:37 AM

You better believe it! I supposed I can repress it most of the time. But, I'm damn proud of how much of a snarky prick I can be. When I read a question like this, I just can't help it. My mind just snaps back to the real me, and that's it. hahaha. Thanks Luckie! I'm glad there's at least one real person here who appreciates it!

61f9349ad28e3c42d1cec58ba4825a7d

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on January 08, 2013
at 04:03 AM

If that was on purpose, I APPLAUD YOUR SNARK.

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on January 07, 2013
at 08:48 PM

You have to decide that your health is important enough for you to take responsibility for it. No one is going to save you, you need to change your attitude.

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on January 07, 2013
at 03:39 PM

Eating meat for the first time in over a decade as I type this, Matt!

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on January 07, 2013
at 12:35 PM

Pecan, you'd be well served replacing fruit and veggies for meat and vice versa in the above post. ;)

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on January 07, 2013
at 12:33 PM

As a whole what you recommend aren't terrible foods, they're simply not paleo. Other than the high sugar fruit puree and juices, it looks reasonable.

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on January 07, 2013
at 08:57 AM

I really like your answer, niceslut.

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on January 07, 2013
at 03:00 AM

My idea was this though; if Teresa could not be bothered cooking then deviating from paleo (using some of my controversial ideas) would be better than giving up completely. :) It's probably best to down vote me though otherwise people may think these foods are paleo friendly.

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on January 07, 2013
at 02:51 AM

No wonder you hate cooking, that's sounds like awful stuff. Tasty food is a joy to make. ;)

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on January 07, 2013
at 01:38 AM

I'm going to have to completely agree with Luckie on this one. Rice, corn and fruit juice might be what's best for you but the rubber band stretched too far and broke, I wouldn't consider that paleo.

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on January 07, 2013
at 01:21 AM

I eat what's best for me and I'm not strictly paleo. I watch my sugar intake from fruit.

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on January 07, 2013
at 01:16 AM

Canned corn? Overlooking the white rice, fruit juices and prepared purees individually, or eating them once in a while as a "cheat"... is one thing. But canned corn, as well as all that other sugar TOGETHER... wow. That is beyond PHD or stretching Paleo, that's approaching flat-out SAD.

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on January 07, 2013
at 12:39 AM

Honey, this ain't Jenny Craig.

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on January 07, 2013
at 12:33 AM

If you think that going gluten and dairy-free is 'impossible" clearly you're ok with having IBS.

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on January 07, 2013
at 12:32 AM

I don't think you can be healthy if you're not willing to cook food.

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Cb9a270955e2c277a02c4a4b5dad10b5

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on January 07, 2013
at 01:41 AM

I'll just throw some meat n veggies in a slow cooker at night, add some gelatin in the morning and BOOM, super easy awesome food. Cook time is 8 hours but prep time is <15 minutes. If you don't have 15 minutes a day you're kidding yourself.

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on January 07, 2013
at 07:10 AM

Its really hard to tackle gluten free and paleo when you have IBS-C and Fibro/ CF. Its hard to think straight with Fibro and you're probably depressed from being sick all the time. Its no wonder you're overwhelmed. I'm not sure where you are in your diet but if you're still eating cereal I would recomend taking things a piece at a time and doing the best you can. It will get easier to cook as your thinking clears. So switch to full fat dairy and give up wheat and gluten first- just don't replace it with pre-packaged glutenfree junk or youll be taking a step backwards. Do that for a month and then give up dairy for the next month then go full paleo- cutting out more cheats as you go. You will prob feel more tired and crappy when you give up wheat and then all grains. This isnt your Fibro getting worse, its sugar withdrawl and I promise it'll get better. Dont worry about not liking a lot of fruits and veg- just stock up on the ones you do like- eat carrots everyday if you have to. Youll find your taste changing as you do paleo longer- and yes butter and salt make everything taste better. Def stock up on tuna, sardines, frozen meats and fish, precut veggies etc. Def cook in big batches when you're well enough. If the best you can do is live off deli meat, nuts and pre-made salad, do that for now, just make sure to eat lots of protein and fat. You can worry more about getting all organic and well balanced once you're starting to feel better. It takes a while. Even doing paleo perfectly isnt a majic cure, but if you make steady progress in six mo youll be amazed at how far you've come. Ask the people around you for help if they're willing and ignore the naysayers- whether they're telling you to eat whole grains or telling you not to bother unless you can be paleo-perfect tomorow. Niether view is going to help right now. Eventually you'll prob want to really tweak your diet, maybe try fodmap or gaps for your digestion, but for now take it a piece at a time and make steady progress. Don't beat yourself up if you backslide, just do better tomorow than you did today and it will add up. Goodluck!

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on January 07, 2013
at 08:57 AM

I really like your answer, niceslut.

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on January 09, 2013
at 04:21 AM

Suggestions is the reason I posted the question.Thank you for your helpful answer

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on January 07, 2013
at 02:54 AM

You have multiple chronic health problems and you're willing to do NOTHING about them. Seriously?!

Cooking real food vs IBS-C, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue... That's tough!

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on January 09, 2013
at 04:43 AM

I have never understood why some people feel it that its their job to reprimand others. Thank you

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on January 09, 2013
at 11:42 AM

You're welcome! I never understood why people expect something for nothing.

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on January 07, 2013
at 01:04 AM

If you truly want to change the way you feel, then you have to put some effort in. I know it is very, very difficult to do ANYTHING with chronic fatigue and fibro, but try to cook your meats when you have a bit of energy, then freeze them. An easy way to get veggies into you, is to dice them up (just throw carrots, broccoli, onion, etc. into a food processor) and mix them in with ground beef and make hamburger patties. Cook up those patties on an indoor grill or on the stovetop. Another option for veggies, although not ideal, since you need solid food, is to drink V8. They even have V8 that contains veggie and tastes like fruit.

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on January 09, 2013
at 03:51 AM

Thank you very much. The suggestions you've made will help me a lot.

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on January 09, 2013
at 11:44 AM

You're welcome, Teresa. Good luck!

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on January 07, 2013
at 01:35 AM

i hate cooking, too, and don't have a lot of energy for anything since i have an AI condition. i make big batches of things that last me for days so i can just heat things up. one roast chicken lasts for days and you can make bone broth with the carcuss. i bake like 5-6 apples in a baking dish for an hour with a little cinnamon, honey, walnut, raisin mixture so i always have those on hand. you can eat canned salmon/tuna/sardines with mashed avocado and have greens on the side.

this diet isn't very hard when you have such quality ingredients. not a lot needs to be manipulated when they taste good as is.

i've tried a few brands of packaged meats- Applegate and Bilinski's- and the quality and taste is just horrible. i had to throw the packages away because i couldn't stomach eating them again. so i think it's worth it to cook your own meats instead of wasting money on the prepared crap in the freezer section.

i know it seems impossible, but it's really not. you just have to put a little effort in. nothing worthwhile is meant to just come to you without doing some work.

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on January 09, 2013
at 04:47 AM

Appreciated...thank you

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on January 08, 2013
at 03:55 AM

Hmmm...sounds like you are either too depressed to do right by yourself right now, and should start by trying to tackle that with some talk therapy and possibly medication (it is completely normal to be depressed about having serious health problems)...

...or you just haven't hit rock bottom yet (which is what I had to do to become properly motivated). When you get to the point that you are willing to do anything to get away from the pain induced by your diet you are ready, until then you'll just be stuck in a guilt/fail spiral and end up eating cereal for dinner anyway (been there).

When you do get to that point I can tell you what worked for me....steak. I had 2-3 pan fried steaks per day for the first couple of weeks. Screw veggies, fruit, eggs, etc. if you don't dig them at first, just start with meat until your head clears and you have more energy and start seeking out more nutrient diversity. All you need is 1 pan (if it is cast iron, you don't even have to wash it, just wipe it out with a paper towel before the fat congeals), some coconut oil or butter, 5 minutes per side (you only have to actually stand there for maybe a minute total, let it cook while you change clothes after work or run to the bathroom), more butter on top, salt and pepper...boom instant meal of a lovely rare steak, and it won't even feel like you were in the kitchen.

6714718e2245e5190017d643a7614157

on January 09, 2013
at 05:00 AM

That's some good advice BF.

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on January 07, 2013
at 02:07 AM

Hire a college kid or a trusted neighbors kid to cook for you. I'm 35 and cook meals for the seniors across the street for 30 bucks a week. Or I take left overs. There are so many options for non cookers. Crock pot being one of them

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on January 07, 2013
at 03:02 AM

I love making a stir fry when I don't have a lot of time. I know what it's like when you're super hungry and need to eat right away! I buy frozen shrimp, packages of diced beef etc. and just toss it in a frying pan with oil and veggies its super quick and doesn't require a lot of prep time. I also chop my veggies in advance and keep them in containers in the fridge. I've even seen some pre-chopped veggies at the grocery store usually in the salad section. I love the matchstick carrots. I toss a handful of those into everything!

One thing that I'm excited about is trying different combinations of food. Maybe vegetables are really boring to you when you eat just one thing by itself but mixing it up with other things can actually give you more variety in every bite.

A slow cooker is also great.. I made ribs in my slow cooker and they were AMAZING! 5 mins of prep in the morning and dinner is ready when you come home!

Eventually you will have to cook and some days you will feel more like doing it than others. For me I try to find a way to get excited about the things I can eat and really enjoy them rather than focus on all the things I can't eat.

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on January 07, 2013
at 02:18 AM

I used to hate cooking too, but I started off with the easy stuff and now I actually think it's fun.

You could make a big batch of chili and freeze individual portions for meals when you don't have time to cook. The same could be done with most meals. Since you are only cooking for one, just cooking once or twice a week will give you plenty of leftovers to use for the week. It doesn't have to be a big production every day if you plan it properly.

I also used to be picky with vegetables until I realized how delicious they can be just steamed with butter or pan fried with olive oil. Don't forget to add salt!

Another easy one is sweet potatoes. Peel them, wrap in foil and bake at 400 for 45 min or until soft. Then just mash them with a fork and add coconut oil and salt. Really, really yummy. If you do enough of them, this will easily last you a week.

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on January 07, 2013
at 03:16 AM

You could always just eat raw meat...

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on January 08, 2013
at 03:11 AM

It sounds to me like you want all of the benefits without actually doing anything for them. If someone comes up with a worthwhile answer, could you or anyone else please link me or tag me or something in it? I'd really like to know, but I honestly just don't want to waste the time checking back here for it. Thanks!

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on January 08, 2013
at 04:03 AM

If that was on purpose, I APPLAUD YOUR SNARK.

4303a65967884e68bfae59817c227351

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on January 08, 2013
at 04:38 AM

You better believe it! I suppose I manage to repress it most of the time. But, I'm damn proud of how much of a snarky prick I can be. When I read a question like this, I just can't help it. My mind just snaps back to the real me, and that's it. hahaha. Thanks Luckie! I'm glad there's at least one real person here who appreciates it!

4303a65967884e68bfae59817c227351

(1881)

on January 08, 2013
at 04:37 AM

You better believe it! I supposed I can repress it most of the time. But, I'm damn proud of how much of a snarky prick I can be. When I read a question like this, I just can't help it. My mind just snaps back to the real me, and that's it. hahaha. Thanks Luckie! I'm glad there's at least one real person here who appreciates it!

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on January 08, 2013
at 03:10 PM

I highly recommend getting the cookbook "Well Fed" by Melissa Joulwan- it will teach you how to cook in a more efficient way so you won't be in the kitchen more than a few minutes each night after work. It was a lifesaver for me! To get your fruits & veggies, I'd have a few green smoothies and/or juices each week (homemade if you have or can get the equipment); it actually tastes good (put it in an opaque cup with a lid if the green color turns you off) and is a quick & easy way to get a good amount of produce into your body. Do your best- changing life-long habits is hard, and taking small steps is better than nothing.

24fcc21452ebe39c032be6801d6bbadd

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on January 09, 2013
at 05:23 PM

Hrm, just noticed links have been added into my answer and I don't know how to remove them. Is this paleohacks' newest way to monetize?

6714718e2245e5190017d643a7614157

on January 09, 2013
at 05:02 AM

Didn't you just bake cookies this past weekend? You don't have to answer that. :-P

6714718e2245e5190017d643a7614157

on January 09, 2013
at 11:45 PM

Thursday, April 5, 2012

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on January 09, 2013
at 05:18 PM

They were paleo cookies! Because I'm taking small steps! :P And I've been eating gluten-free bread with my breakfasts this week; they're gonna pull my card soon.

6714718e2245e5190017d643a7614157

on January 09, 2013
at 11:43 PM

I don't see any links.

6714718e2245e5190017d643a7614157

on January 12, 2013
at 01:15 AM

Reading cookbooks? "Ain't nobody got time for that!"

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C657d176db6f11f98aeb2a89071e3281

on January 07, 2013
at 03:23 AM

Slow cookers can even be used to cook shank bones and marrow bones to make a rich, nutrient dense broth. Roasting a chicken once a week will give you food for days and you can make chicken broth for soup with the carcass and leftovers. Those two broths can be frozen and warmed up during the week. You can add some cooked sweet potato, shredded kale, whatever veggie you want and you have easy meals. A question for you, what are you eating now if you aren't cooking? I have more ideas for you but need to know what is being consumed as your daily diet now.

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on January 08, 2013
at 09:33 PM

I got diagnosed with MS 18mths ago. I read a lot about how to avoid pain and wheelchairs. Paleo looked like it might help. Once I read the facts I felt I HAD to do it, even though I have two kids, am really busy and tired, and didn't like veg. It comes, there are loads of easy recipes, google or pinterest or buy a couple of books. You end up liking things you never thought you would. I kind of feel I owed it to myself to do everything I could to make my life better. I love it now, no looking back. I used to eat cereal for half my meals, can;t imagine that now. A stirfry uses one pan and takes hardly any time, other things you can cook 10 portions of and freeze them individually. It just takes a bit of planning, but you do have to want to do it.

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on January 07, 2013
at 11:23 PM

It may take a bit longer than just grabbing things off the shelf, but if you go the grocery store and actually read the labels on heat and eat products, you should be able to find some things that work. For example, Campbells has a line of soups out called Naturals that are pretty paleo if you pick the ones without noodles. Also, ask yourself, is it really that much harder to pop some frozen veggies in the microwave than it is to pour milk on some cereal? Try going gluten and dairy free first, and then when your energy levels start going up (which I think they definitely will), maybe you'll feel motivated enough to cook.

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on January 07, 2013
at 05:33 PM

Going gluten and dairy free is easy, don't buy grains, and don't buy milk/cheese. If all you buy are meats and vegetables -- boom gluten and dairy free.

You don't like to cook? Get over it. I don't like to exercise -- there I said it. I work 50-60 hours per week in a very high stress, mentally draining job. I would like nothing better than to come home, hang out with my kids, and then drink a beer. But I work out regularly because it keeps me healthy and that is important to me and my family.

Throw some meat into a cast iron skillet with some fat, add vegetables. Yes it can get much more difficult than that, but it doesn't have to.

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on January 07, 2013
at 07:35 AM

I never enjoyed cooking until I started eating better. Get some good Paleo cookbooks and try it - you may find that you actually enjoy it! Good smelling healthy food really lifts your mood. You will feel so much better and have so much more energy that it will be worth it :)

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on January 08, 2013
at 07:38 PM

Sound like we are in the same boat. I cannot and will not cook. Not long ago I became gluten free because I started eating paleo. How do I do it? I use a paleo diet delivery service The Primal Plan. It is a gluten free menu that changes up every week. If you live in in there paleo delivery range I would go with them. Otherwise just google meal delivery and than your city.

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on January 07, 2013
at 11:24 PM

It may take a bit longer than just grabbing things off the shelf, but if you go the grocery store and actually read the labels on heat and eat products, you should be able to find some things that work. For example, Campbells has a line of soups out called Naturals that are pretty paleo if you pick the ones without noodles. Also, ask yourself, is it really that much harder to pop some frozen veggies in the microwave than it is to pour milk on some cereal? Try going gluten and dairy free first, and then when your energy levels start going up (which I think they definitely will), maybe you'll feel motivated enough to cook.

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on January 07, 2013
at 09:23 AM

You may not like fruits and veggies because you have not developed a palate for them. Some people find that when they "force start" themselves to eat a little bit of these foods every day, after a while they start to crave them instead of their previous foods. This is because the nutrients from the fruit/veg have been introduced into their system and the previous toxins have been eliminated.

It's not that hard to eat vegetables, even if you don't like them. It's as easy as throwing some spinach leaves on a plate with your meat and eating them together. Can hardly taste the spinach, but it adds texture. You need to experiment - try a wide variety of fruits/vegetables and see which ones you like best. Make a substantial "big ass salad" with leaves, cucumer, peppers, tomato, nuts and seeds or some kind of meat.

Cooking is quicker and easier than you think, too. Watch youtube tutorials to see how simple it is. You just need to get out of current habits. Again, "force start" yourself to do it a few times and make it part of your routine. Alternatively, get your animal protein from raw fish ;)

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on January 07, 2013
at 12:35 PM

Pecan, you'd be well served replacing fruit and veggies for meat and vice versa in the above post. ;)

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on January 07, 2013
at 03:39 PM

Eating meat for the first time in over a decade as I type this, Matt!

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on January 07, 2013
at 01:12 AM

As a very lazy person who also hates cooking here's what I do:

  • White Basmati rice; As long as I don't eat too much it's great, quick cook twice per week.
  • Buy sliced beetroot in jars.
  • Buy sweetcorn in tins
  • Buy apple puree
  • Buy squeezed fruit juices (Pear, Orange, Apple...)
  • Diced beef, quick to boil and only needs done twice per week.
  • Dump loads of broccoli in a pot without so much as a rinse, boil, done.

  • Pay family members to do my cooking.

973c21f7bc31c09d12675c1ba45df153

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on January 07, 2013
at 03:00 AM

My idea was this though; if Teresa could not be bothered cooking then deviating from paleo (using some of my controversial ideas) would be better than giving up completely. :) It's probably best to down vote me though otherwise people may think these foods are paleo friendly.

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on January 07, 2013
at 01:38 AM

I'm going to have to completely agree with Luckie on this one. Rice, corn and fruit juice might be what's best for you but the rubber band stretched too far and broke, I wouldn't consider that paleo.

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on January 07, 2013
at 02:51 AM

No wonder you hate cooking, that's sounds like awful stuff. Tasty food is a joy to make. ;)

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on January 07, 2013
at 12:33 PM

As a whole what you recommend aren't terrible foods, they're simply not paleo. Other than the high sugar fruit puree and juices, it looks reasonable.

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on January 07, 2013
at 01:16 AM

Canned corn? Overlooking the white rice, fruit juices and prepared purees individually, or eating them once in a while as a "cheat"... is one thing. But canned corn, as well as all that other sugar TOGETHER... wow. That is beyond PHD or stretching Paleo, that's approaching flat-out SAD.

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on January 07, 2013
at 01:21 AM

I eat what's best for me and I'm not strictly paleo. I watch my sugar intake from fruit.

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