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is crab considered paleo?

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Created December 03, 2010 at 1:54 AM

i bought about two pounds of crab , shell broken down to about 1.1 pounds of cooked crab from whole foods today. it tasted pretty good. is crab paleo? is it a good idea to include this on a regular basis?

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on December 03, 2010
at 01:55 PM

Haig, according to this policy paper, Cthulhu does follow a healthy paleo diet! "A) The Great Cthulhu is in perfect health, and due to its high metabolism and steady diet of human flesh, has no pathetic human need for exercise. In fact, those humans caught jogging will be destroyed immediately." http://www.cthulhu.org/cthulhu/positions.html

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on December 03, 2010
at 09:55 AM

What makes you think it wouldn't be paleo?

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on December 03, 2010
at 05:04 AM

If the paleo thing doesn't cut it I'm moving to a diet based on the scriptures of the Necronomicon!

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:55 AM

Mi-go is technically fungus, I thought. OH NOEZ MY MUSHROOMS AINT PALEOZ!

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:46 AM

It fought with Godzilla and lost!

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:20 AM

Ghee is friggin'amazing. I havent tasted butter in years. It isa a beautiful thing.

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:10 AM

No because crabs were invented 6000 years ago.

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:52 AM

Yes, unless it looks like this

I don't recommend eating beings from other dimensions, as they can cause some digestive disturbance.

I explore this further in my latest blog post

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:55 AM

Mi-go is technically fungus, I thought. OH NOEZ MY MUSHROOMS AINT PALEOZ!

9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on December 03, 2010
at 01:55 PM

Haig, according to this policy paper, Cthulhu does follow a healthy paleo diet! "A) The Great Cthulhu is in perfect health, and due to its high metabolism and steady diet of human flesh, has no pathetic human need for exercise. In fact, those humans caught jogging will be destroyed immediately." http://www.cthulhu.org/cthulhu/positions.html

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on December 03, 2010
at 05:04 AM

If the paleo thing doesn't cut it I'm moving to a diet based on the scriptures of the Necronomicon!

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on December 03, 2010
at 01:42 PM

Crab is paleo, unless that was a typo and you meant "carb." ;0)

The question "Is yadda yadda paleo?" comes up a lot. The general rule is, something is paleo if you can imagine harvesting it straight from nature and eating it on the spot. This is especially true for wild animals like crab.

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on December 03, 2010
at 04:01 AM

I got crabs from a dream date with a Neanderthal. They were both Paleo. I am not proud of everything in my past human history.

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on December 05, 2010
at 11:59 PM

Speaking of krabs, there's this really amazing food called a 'Krabby Patty'. Ever since my first taste of it, I've been trying to reverse engineer the recipe. I just can't seem to do it! I've even begged the inventor for his secret formula but no such luck. That guy is stingy!

If you ever find yourself in Bikini Bottom, I recommend you stop by the Krusty Krab and try one yourself. You won't be sorry!

P.s. The counter guy was a jerk, but the line cook really loves his work.

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:30 AM

Giant enemy ones?

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:21 AM

yes, unless it's a mutant.

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:46 AM

It fought with Godzilla and lost!

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on December 03, 2010
at 03:09 PM

Yes - unless it looks like this is--crab-considered-paleo?

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:27 PM

The real question is: are crabs Paleo? Because I've got this itchy sensation...

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77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:21 AM

.....and what do you mean by regular basis? Should you eat it once a week as part of a pure paleo diet? Hell yeah you should!!

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:17 AM

Yes, crab is Paleo.

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:16 AM

hell yea its paleo. with some ghee ftw

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:20 AM

Ghee is friggin'amazing. I havent tasted butter in years. It isa a beautiful thing.

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77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on December 03, 2010
at 02:11 AM

Crabs are definitely paleo. All seafood is. Definitely.

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