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Simple Tasty Combos that are Paleo

Answered on September 12, 2014
Created July 29, 2010 at 9:46 PM

One of the reasons I love eating Paleo is the simple taste of certain food combos. For example, a few favorite meals of mine are sardines in olive oil served in a hollowed out bell pepper. I also love kippers w/ almonds and berries for breakfast. Oh, and my favorite lunch is taking a grilled portabella mushroom (already grilled) and cutting it up, then rolling it up in Apple-gate farms hams w/ sliced cucumber then dipped in Sunbutter. What are some of your favorite quick prep/tasty combos?

Ab6d5fded95559985919961c62b1847d

(434)

on September 07, 2013
at 01:28 AM

Sure it can be said of all things, so what? I wasn't implying that "everything in moderation" piece of crap. All I meant was, fermented soy is fine, just don't depend on it for nutrients. Hence the "here and there". If you consume it all the time, it ends up taking the place of more nutrient dense foods. But of course, if you think fermented soy is bad or it gives you problems, don't consume it. It's not complicated.

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on November 15, 2010
at 09:53 PM

LOVE this thread! So many great ideas! :D

Ab6d5fded95559985919961c62b1847d

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on August 03, 2010
at 01:09 AM

I doubt anyone here would say that bread is okay in any amount. IMO, those "warning signs" are applied to foods in the grey area. As in, not necessarily harmful, but certain people might not be able to tolerate them. Get me?

84666a86108dee8d11cbbc85b6382083

(2399)

on August 02, 2010
at 11:35 AM

I would found it funny if people would suggest bread as an answer to the above question. Despite the "if you tolerate it"+"here and there" warning signs. To each his own though :)

84666a86108dee8d11cbbc85b6382083

(2399)

on August 01, 2010
at 06:04 PM

Well, can't that be said for ALL things ? "If you tolerate it"+"here and there".

Ab6d5fded95559985919961c62b1847d

(434)

on July 31, 2010
at 11:31 PM

Some consider fermented soy to be okay. IMO, as long as you can tolerate it, fermented soy here and there is just fine.

35deb6722604c868c610088a6d8ce09e

(295)

on July 31, 2010
at 03:27 AM

I thought soy sauce was non-paleo because it contained soy?

4b97e3bb2ee4a9588783f5d56d687da1

(22913)

on July 30, 2010
at 12:26 PM

Why can't you?.

62ed65f3596aa2f62fa1d58a0c09f8c3

(20807)

on July 30, 2010
at 04:23 AM

Yes! I thought i was the only one who likes soy sauce on my steak!

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8
D67e7b481854b02110d5a5b21d6789b1

on July 29, 2010
at 10:12 PM

Bacon and avocado rolled in lettuce

4
8347d512bca9b034d53da40dab8cd21c

on July 31, 2010
at 03:53 AM

Borrowing from a Robb Wolf podcast, either he or Andy was eating shredded coconut and cocoa nibs. Not sweetened coconut -- just unsweetened. I tried it at work (since we had both available) and it is TASTY. At least to me, anyways. :)

4
4b97e3bb2ee4a9588783f5d56d687da1

on July 30, 2010
at 12:34 AM

Raw salmon with thinsliced lemon... Wow

Grassfed steak with wild scallops

Grilled chicken topped with bacon/honeymustard

Pineapple and grassfed beef jerky. Mmm

Pork chops with baked cinnamon apples

Bacon eggs in between 2 sausage patties

Coconut breaded Cod(baked)

Coconut oil veggie stirfry(most any veggies)

Bell peppers stuffed with grassfed ground beef and chili powder

Wheat free tamari with caramelized onion mushrooms

Ahi tuna with mango. Raw...Mmm

Redwine and grassfed roasts

3
70d9359a2086e890a4c3bccb2ba8a8cb

(2254)

on July 31, 2010
at 05:20 AM

shredded coconut (unsweetened) soaked in coconut milk

smoked mackerel with cucumber

cheese with cucumber

scrambled eggs with cinnamon

crunchy lettuce dipped in hot rendered fat

chunks of coconut oil (solid) with dark chocolate

creamed coconut with dark chocolate / cocoa powder (epic!!)

anything with pastured butter

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0242b468fe1c97997749db416c92e7ed

(4528)

on July 30, 2010
at 11:06 PM

A recently discovered favorite of ours:

  1. pan-sauteed salmon or tilapia
  2. crumbled and mixed with hollandaise sauce (butter/egg yolk/lemon juice)
  3. stuffed inside a halved avocado (finished product looks a bit like a deviled egg)

OMG. I think I'm addicted.

3
1c020808c169893954d4ae506fee5106

on July 29, 2010
at 10:46 PM

Shrimp and a sliver of jalopeno pepper wrapped in bacon, grilled on a skewer.

1
61852721b5ff3613f56f043fe890a679

(1172)

on November 15, 2010
at 07:22 PM

kale salad : quickly sauteed black kale with olive oil, red onion, and toasted hazlenuts

sweet potato or any winter squash + squeeze of citrus

cabbage + splash of apple cider vinegar

roasted chicken + fresh thyme

seafood + diced mango (quick salsa cruda)

in-season tomato, drizzle EVOO, fresh basil - possibly the best of all

1
A968087cc1dd66d480749c02e4619ef4

(20436)

on November 15, 2010
at 04:08 PM

Almonds & dark chocolate

Bacon & eggs & cheese

Marinated griled steak & red wine & steamed broccoli with butter

Corned beef & cabbage

Coffee with cream

  • My goodness! I am so boring compared to the rest of y'all! I guess I like simple things...

1
03f5a69fde4012b827ebdb6d93b71e7a

on August 01, 2010
at 12:13 AM

Banana and almond butter

Tuna, broccoli, mayo

Bacon and eggs

Berries and cream

Burgers (ground beef) with sliced avocado

Hot dogs (if you can find a decent kind without all sorts of crap in them) with mayo

Sauteed spinach and garlic

Sauteed zucchini "noodles" (easy prep if you have a mandoline)

1
90776a24cf6fe35d7610386e71304030

on July 30, 2010
at 12:10 PM

Lean Ground beef, coconut oil, dried wakame, black pepper. If I could have this every day, I so would :)

4b97e3bb2ee4a9588783f5d56d687da1

(22913)

on July 30, 2010
at 12:26 PM

Why can't you?.

1
1a8020e101199de55c1b3b726f342321

(1973)

on July 30, 2010
at 02:53 AM

Ground buffalo + sour cream

Fage total + berries

Eggs cooked in bacon

Coconut milk + rum

0
E35e3d76547b18096a59c90029e7e107

(15613)

on November 18, 2010
at 08:04 PM

Ground beef and spinach.

Mmm... functional!

0
24fcc21452ebe39c032be6801d6bbadd

(9812)

on November 18, 2010
at 07:45 PM

Poached eggs+sauteed spinach+salmon
Sweet potato+cinnamon+butter
anything with bacon+avocado=delicious!

0
Cab7e4ef73c5d7d7a77e1c3d7f5773a1

(7304)

on November 15, 2010
at 08:29 PM

Berries and cream with vanilla to sweeten. salmon or shrimp curry ice cream with heavy cream and egg yolks.

0
0e4e5882872d6a7c472ea51aec457e66

(1994)

on November 15, 2010
at 12:58 PM

Liver (beef, porc or chicken) with lots of onion strips fried in ghee, salt, pepper and nutmeg.

Chicory with smoked salmon, watercress, lemon juice and mayonnaise

King Prawns with fennel, lemon juice and butter

0
1bbf5b9ed5202debe9a4c5b9f65e233b

on November 15, 2010
at 09:42 AM

pesto and chicken

guacamole and chicken spiced with cumin and coriander

banana, raspberry and blueberry "pancakes" (cinnamon and eggs)

bacon, pumpkin and pinenut salad

broccoli drizzled with lemon olive oil

macadamia nuts, hazelnuts and shredded coconut

0
12b11f3a35bba9f5ef305db6899562d3

on July 31, 2010
at 11:59 AM

Bacon, tomato, avocado. Bacon and eggs. Unsweetened cacao, garam masala, and chicken. Avocado and ham.

0
A68f24168bc0de414a038037e287b581

on July 30, 2010
at 08:27 PM

slow-cooker cooked beef (I always cook more to have ready to just warm up) with eggs fried in the beef's fat.

same beef with veggies (I'm lazy - I microwave a mix of what I have in the freezer, broccoli, cauliflower etc.)

eggs pouched and cooked in ground beef sauce (something like sloppy joe I think, with basic spices and some crashed tomatoes)

hard boiled eggs with avocados (a bit of chopped onion is good as well)

0
Ab6d5fded95559985919961c62b1847d

(434)

on July 30, 2010
at 01:41 AM

  • Bacon-wrapped hamburger patties.
  • Meat and veggies wrapped in a thin omelette.
  • Soy sauce (wheat-free) and coconut milk for a sauce base or to spice up a broth.
  • Soy sauce-based marinade and steak.
  • Eggs and canned tuna.

35deb6722604c868c610088a6d8ce09e

(295)

on July 31, 2010
at 03:27 AM

I thought soy sauce was non-paleo because it contained soy?

62ed65f3596aa2f62fa1d58a0c09f8c3

(20807)

on July 30, 2010
at 04:23 AM

Yes! I thought i was the only one who likes soy sauce on my steak!

Ab6d5fded95559985919961c62b1847d

(434)

on July 31, 2010
at 11:31 PM

Some consider fermented soy to be okay. IMO, as long as you can tolerate it, fermented soy here and there is just fine.

84666a86108dee8d11cbbc85b6382083

(2399)

on August 01, 2010
at 06:04 PM

Well, can't that be said for ALL things ? "If you tolerate it"+"here and there".

Ab6d5fded95559985919961c62b1847d

(434)

on August 03, 2010
at 01:09 AM

I doubt anyone here would say that bread is okay in any amount. IMO, those "warning signs" are applied to foods in the grey area. As in, not necessarily harmful, but certain people might not be able to tolerate them. Get me?

Ab6d5fded95559985919961c62b1847d

(434)

on September 07, 2013
at 01:28 AM

Sure it can be said of all things, so what? I wasn't implying that "everything in moderation" piece of crap. All I meant was, fermented soy is fine, just don't depend on it for nutrients. Hence the "here and there". If you consume it all the time, it ends up taking the place of more nutrient dense foods. But of course, if you think fermented soy is bad or it gives you problems, don't consume it. It's not complicated.

84666a86108dee8d11cbbc85b6382083

(2399)

on August 02, 2010
at 11:35 AM

I would found it funny if people would suggest bread as an answer to the above question. Despite the "if you tolerate it"+"here and there" warning signs. To each his own though :)

0
Bbfaea620454641a936183e97b6cf9e7

(0)

on July 30, 2010
at 12:21 AM

scrambled eggs. egg:butter ratio is 2eggs:1tbsp

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