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substitute for grains

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what can i substitute for Quinoa and some beans

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You do understand that there is no actual paleo hummus, right? Pureed cauliflower (for e.g.) may resemble hummus at times, but it's because there is no chickpeas (which should be avoided anyway). Grains, including rice, should be avoided, but if you use rice, white rice should cause less issues than brown. Good luck in your pursuits!

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on February 19, 2013
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You do understand that there is no *actual* paleo hummus, right? Pureed cauliflower (for e.g.) may resemble hummus at times, but isn't because there is no chickpeas (which should be avoided). Grains, including rice, should be avoided, but if you use rice, white rice should cause less issues than brown. Good luck in your pursuits!

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i have made hummus paleo style. Delicious Is brown rice appropriate. I don't have reciepes in mind. Just lots of questions. thank you.

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Ebb10603524dd22621c1155dd7ddf106

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For general health, and following paleo-ish dietary principles, you would substitute nothing for grains or beans. There are many ways to eat much healthier food than grains or beans. Eat real food: meats, fish, veggies, tubers, fruits, nuts, etc.

If you have a recipe in mind that you would like to "paleo-ify" to make your transition more comfortable for you or your family, you need to tell us what the recipe is, so that we could suggest appropriate substitutions.

Trying to make "paleo hummus" is going to be a very different substitution than "paleo cassoulet".

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on February 19, 2013
at 05:05 PM

i have made hummus paleo style. Delicious Is brown rice appropriate. I don't have reciepes in mind. Just lots of questions. thank you.

Ebb10603524dd22621c1155dd7ddf106

(19150)

on February 19, 2013
at 07:33 PM

You do understand that there is no *actual* paleo hummus, right? Pureed cauliflower (for e.g.) may resemble hummus at times, but isn't because there is no chickpeas (which should be avoided). Grains, including rice, should be avoided, but if you use rice, white rice should cause less issues than brown. Good luck in your pursuits!

Ebb10603524dd22621c1155dd7ddf106

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on February 19, 2013
at 09:12 PM

You do understand that there is no actual paleo hummus, right? Pureed cauliflower (for e.g.) may resemble hummus at times, but it's because there is no chickpeas (which should be avoided anyway). Grains, including rice, should be avoided, but if you use rice, white rice should cause less issues than brown. Good luck in your pursuits!

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on February 19, 2013
at 05:55 PM

The website Marks Daily Apple says that if you can tolerate beans, lentils are very mild and ok in moderation.

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on February 19, 2013
at 05:10 PM

Bacon and coconut oil

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on February 19, 2013
at 05:41 PM

It is possible to still be able to eat tortilla's, muffins, etc. just utilizing coconut and almond flour in contrast to grain flour.

There are still considerations to make with phytates, however, if you really miss these it should not be too much of a problem as long as the rest of your diet is not lacking.

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