Have you tried the salmon burger made with wild caught salmon? It has nothing that is non Paleo. I'm super excited to try it and wanted to share this item with others.I'm new to paleo, 3 days old, but a firm believer that all the grains, and dairy I would eat caused me to become 25 pounds over weight. I'd like to know also how to portion meals I dont want to over eat. Im sure there is a belief that you can eaT all the meat you want during a meal, but im sure its not the case. I'm only eating three meals, and 4 squares of dark dark chocolate as a snack. I have a lean protein over a salad or with veggies, and some olive oil as a good fat. Eggs microwave poached and sausage are my go to. This is the first diet that I have a firm resolve to stick to. WW didn't work for me . I kept feeling hungry, and deprived on it!! I love paleo it's my third day and the craving for bread did not win!!! I'm also going to be a senior in college so excited that I live at home. I know that paleo Sodexo style would equal fail
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on August 10, 2013
at 02:04 AM
Congrats on making this commitment! Sounds like you're off to a good start.
I expect different Whole Foods stores sell different salmon burgers, but you're eating this one, it's not Paleo. Canola oil is a grain oil. http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/products/whole-foods-market-alaskan-salmon-burgers. But maybe you're referring to another product, something sold in the deli section?
Olive oil is a good fat for sprinkling over foods/salads, but other fats that are better suited to cooking (more stable at high heats) are coconut oil, animal fats (lard, tallow, any leftover fat from the meat you cook) and ghee (clarified butter). Eggs cooked in coconut oil are particular tasty, in my opinion. And greens sauteed in bacon fat or lamb fat are divine. Avocados, bacon and olives are also handy fat sources.
on August 10, 2013
at 02:08 AM
Which ones are you talking about? If you're talking about the fresh ones that are available at their seafood counter then my answer would be.....YES!! They are amazing!!! When my dogs were on the raw diet, they ate them too. Frickin delicious!! But if you're talking about the frozen...nothing beats the fresh patties.