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Anyone here from Boise? How's the Paleo/Primal food culture there?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created September 17, 2012 at 6:58 PM

Looking at moving to Boise early next year--Santa Fe has been great, but we are missing green & water.

The Farmer's Market & Food Co-op look excellent--while we generally cook at home, we are wondering how many restaurants focus on local, grassfed, etc?

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Guess, I'll get to see for myself later today. On a road trip to check things out. Thanks!

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on June 26, 2013
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Old question but really there aren't a lot of good options for paleo fare in Boise. You can get the Whole Foods food bar and get some good stuff but that's just about it. Definitely nothing dedicated paleo. That food truck is out of business and for sale. I wish I had the resources and I'd buy the food truck and/or start some little hole in the wall paleo restaurant but I don't and can't cook anyway.

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on September 24, 2012
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do you mean green as in environmentally astute and respectfull, or do you mean a green landscape? if it's the first, then you'll find it. boise is a big town in search of a portland-esque identity. if it's the second, you're sorely mistaken. boise is on the snake river plane. it's not mountainous (some foothills - big deal). it's not wet. it's definitely not green. the only greenery you'll find are the over-watered lawns maintained by over-worked sprinkler systems. and the only water you'll find is impounded behind dams - nothing natural flowing in this overengineered corner of the country. trust me. i know. i measure all that water for a living.

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on September 26, 2012
at 03:14 PM

Guess, I'll get to see for myself later today. On a road trip to check things out. Thanks!

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on February 07, 2014
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@Habanero Chicken @Dragonfly I have operated a Paleo meal service in Boise since June 2013 called Missing Link Foods. Through word of mouth only, with no advertising, website, or Facebook page, I now have 150 customers in the Boise area that I prepare freshly made, affordable Paleo meals for on a weekly basis. I create a new menu each week with additional fully cooked frozen items that my customers pick up at one of 4 locations in Boise, Eagle, and Meridian. There is no cost to be on my menu distribution and no obligation to order. If you would like more information please email me at [email protected]

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