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Paleo Checklist?

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Created March 05, 2012 at 5:53 AM

What is your Paleo Checklist? What are the details that are essential to your Paleo lifestyle?

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Well it's more of a convenience thing, Chris, as it's only a few minutes away from my house rather than driving miles away to a farmer's market (which I do occasionally).

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Whole Foods is definitely not necessary for Paleo! I do just fine without, tyvm. :)

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Thank You Medis!!!

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Thank You April!!!

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Thank You Johnny!!!

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  1. Source of good quality meats, local, organic, pastured if possible
  2. same for eggs
  3. same for dairy (if you do dairy)
  4. same for seafood
  5. a handful of staple meals you can make in less than an hour but eat for 3 or 4 meals; ground meat for taco meat (for salads, dip for fried plantains, mixed with eggs), shepherds pie (replace potatoes with mashed cauliflower), and burger patties
  6. cauliflower for cauliflower rice and mashed cauliflower - great versatile sides
  7. base for sauces and dips and dressings - like homemade mayo
  8. my food processor - i use it at least once a day for pureeing cauliflower, making mayo, shredding veggies
  9. a few decent pans like good non-stick skillet and a large skillet for stir fry
  10. pasture raised, sugar free bacon.

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Thank You Johnny!!!

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at 07:57 AM

Lamb (ground, liver, forequarter chops)
Marrow bones for bone broth
Sausages filled with offal
Liver and oysters weekly
Egg yolks, egg shells added to broths
Ghee, coconut oil (for toothpaste, deodorant, body moisturiser)
Fresh veggies - especially broccoli, spinach, seaweed, sweet potato, onions
Vitamin K2 + D, magnesium chelate
Canned salmon and sardines
Fermented vegetables, water kefir
Daily play and sunlight
Duffle bag filled with play sand
Managing stress with creativity and quiet time
Social engagement, fun
Being in nature as often as possible
Mindfulness

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Oh, and I forgot the blackout curtains I bought! They were a wonderful purchase. I can't believe how much the sunlight used to disrupt my sleep without me realising it.


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Thank You Medis!!!

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on March 05, 2012
at 07:30 AM

  1. A freezer that can barely close because there's so much meat/seafood in it.
    2. Bars of Kerrygold butter that would make the bars of gold at Fort Knox look like an anthill.
    3. Specifically: soy-free, organic, cage-free eggs with omega-3.
    4. A huge tub of coconut oil.
    5. FRESH veggies. The reason why I constantly go to Whole Foods. Which brings me to...
    6. Whole Foods.
    7.Cooking essentials: spatula, tongs, pans of various sizes, oven, stove, you get the picture.
    8. Black-out curtains. Because I like tricking my brain into thinking it's still 6 a.m. when it's probably almost noon.
    9. Vibrams. I love my KSO's.
    10. Paleohacks. So I can overload my brain with everything Paleo/nutrition/health.
    11. Macadamia nuts and almonds--my go-to snacks.
    12.A variety of spices. To spice things up. ba dum tss!
    13. A big ol' mountain that I can hike and live out my Paleo fantasy life.
    14. And I dunno, water I guess?

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on March 05, 2012
at 07:32 AM

Thank You April!!!

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on March 05, 2012
at 02:34 PM

Whole Foods is definitely not necessary for Paleo! I do just fine without, tyvm. :)

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on March 05, 2012
at 05:20 PM

Well it's more of a convenience thing, Chris, as it's only a few minutes away from my house rather than driving miles away to a farmer's market (which I do occasionally).

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