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What are some of your favorite not so talked about paleo foods?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created April 24, 2012 at 3:07 PM

I personally like coconut meat. Good source of fats and pretty cheap.

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on May 02, 2012
at 04:03 PM

some really good tasting weeds out there like pignut and burdock.

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(2349)

on May 02, 2012
at 01:08 PM

Paleo Kits beef jerky has no wheat or soy in it. Not as good as homemade jerky (imo), but a good option. http://stevesoriginal.com/images/uploads/Paleokit_Original_Ingredients.pdf

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on April 29, 2012
at 10:26 PM

My dad has a creek (which we pronounce "crick" here in Iowa) in his back yard that is full of bullfrogs. Constant source of food. This year he also tried out tadpoles (whole) but wasn't a huge fan.

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on April 27, 2012
at 03:48 AM

Yes!! That's actually what I was trying to list but I couldn't remember the name. Better than salmon, yum. I'm going tomorrow night.

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(1213)

on April 26, 2012
at 02:08 AM

Nom. I have to hide the evidence by rinsing the tin, shoving it back into the box, and burying it in the trash...otherwise there are complaints. So delicious, though.

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on April 25, 2012
at 11:53 PM

We used to go "toading" when I was a kid, which was a relatively barbaric "sharpen your sticks, kids, hop in the canoe and whoever gets the most toads wins!" (they are an invasive species where I'm from). Now, I look back thinking "..those would have been good eats!".

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on April 25, 2012
at 07:01 PM

LOL! ........ which is also too short without an additional sentance.

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on April 25, 2012
at 05:42 PM

probiotics are really, really good for the gut. I have found kefir to be really helpful--I drink a few pints a day, and found that I can now tolerate foods that used to send me into a whole mess of reflux/nausea. Nausea, gas, reflux are all improved.

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on April 25, 2012
at 03:17 PM

Thanks Molly, I will check it out!

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on April 25, 2012
at 02:04 PM

Forgot. Bacon grease/melted lard with the garlic/lime mixture. :)

992862b1b9e443f83aa4e46d14833418

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on April 25, 2012
at 02:03 PM

If you have a latin mercado around you, you should be able to find yuca. I can find it at my regular supermarket. It looks like a woody brown tuber. Best and easiest is if you can find it in the freezer section with the skin already removed. Boil it in water, remove the woody, stringy center, smash a bit, put back in the pot with diced garlic, salt, and lime juice. Spread out on a baking sheet and put them under the broiler until they're lightly brown and crispy in spots. Alternately, you could make a garlicy/lime-y type of dressing and put that on after you remove from the oven. Delish.

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on April 25, 2012
at 01:48 PM

You can make solar dehydrators, too. I've even heard of people using their closed car on a hot day. Jerky is way too expensive to buy! I generally use ground beef, myself. NOT grocery store beef, from my own cow so I know it's OK when it's butchered and processed. I wouldn't trust grocery store ground beef for that kind of thing.

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on April 25, 2012
at 12:43 PM

I, too, have recently discovered plantains cooked in coconut oil. Delicious!!!

9f54852ea376e8e416356f547611e052

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on April 25, 2012
at 12:21 PM

I'll be your prince ;)

9f54852ea376e8e416356f547611e052

(2957)

on April 25, 2012
at 12:19 PM

Mushrooms 6 more to go

4de8f1be3ed89b2b0de3463349fb1737

(964)

on April 25, 2012
at 12:13 PM

Have you seen the book Good Meat by Deborah Krasner? Awesome Nose-to-tail approach to all sorts of meat.

7e13e284a1bafd7b4de14a50ee96140c

(322)

on April 25, 2012
at 06:49 AM

Care to elaborate on the healing aspect of it? I've ordered some grains and am excited to start making some.

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(2923)

on April 25, 2012
at 06:38 AM

Classic out of Central and South America is a double-fry: First cut the plantain into 1-inch lengths and fry til golden. Then flatten each piece with a spatula or plate or pan so it forms a mini pancake then fry it a second time to set and lightly sprinkle with sea salt.

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on April 25, 2012
at 06:35 AM

The best description I've come up with is: the smell is like rotting garlic, the taste is like a sweet onion custard (something out of French cuisine). Getting past the smell is the biggest obstacle, there's a reason hotels, buses, and taxis across Southeast Asia ban the things :p

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on April 25, 2012
at 06:23 AM

I've seen durian at the asian market before. I've yet to get it, but I'm pretty intrigued by a fruit that feels like an alligator.

A4216f1b1e1f5ab3815bd91700905081

(1646)

on April 25, 2012
at 04:36 AM

Ask your itemaie if the have Hamachi-Kama; it rocks! The same "collar" portion of a yellowtail tuna, quickly seared.

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on April 25, 2012
at 04:07 AM

oh yeah! I crave good sardines but my office mates aren't so happy with me. I take them outside to the picnic table now...

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(1453)

on April 25, 2012
at 01:04 AM

Haven't seen yuca around yet, but OMG I have recently discovered that plantains fried in coconut oil are the food of the GODS.

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on April 25, 2012
at 12:16 AM

You could dredge the gizzards in arrowroot flour, then dip in egg then coat in almond meal and fry. It's how I do my fried chicken.

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(11058)

on April 24, 2012
at 11:09 PM

We have bullfrogs living in the sump behind our house and listen to them talk to each other all night long. They'd probably move out if they knew I have been trying to figure out how to lure them under my fence for a main course!

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(370)

on April 24, 2012
at 10:48 PM

+1 for goat. Mmm...

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on April 24, 2012
at 10:42 PM

Frog leg lovers assemble !

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(5519)

on April 24, 2012
at 09:28 PM

LOVE frog legs! So freaking good with basil.

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(3049)

on April 24, 2012
at 08:03 PM

Since I got my dehydrator, I'm pretty sure my butcher thinks I have a problem... or feed an army. I make beef or salmon jerky every 2 days, just meat + sea salt... sooooo good. the dehydrator is totally worth the small investment. I haven't gotten an electricity bill yet though, I wonder if I should be scared about that!

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on April 24, 2012
at 07:53 PM

Time depends on the food processor. I've never run mine for more than about 5 minutes, and it extracts the oil and so forth quite well, though I have no clue how my butter compares to store-bought or stuff that's run for a longer time. You can buy good quality unsweetened shredded coconut on amazon for much less than at the store.

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on April 24, 2012
at 07:31 PM

I thought that too but a whole coconut is a real pain in the you-know-what. Also a whole coconut will be very wet inside (coconut water/milk) so you wont get the buttery consistency that comes from coconut meat and coconut fat in the dry shredded stuff. A blender should work as well but you will need to scrape the sides more.

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on April 24, 2012
at 07:13 PM

This is definitely a thought! I bet buying a whole cocount is cheaper than the unsweetened, shredded stuff right? Although I have no idea how to open a cocount. Always looks so challenging in the movies ;) I do have a food processor - mini/cheap one, but maybe it will work!

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on April 24, 2012
at 06:24 PM

trjones, think dirty diaper. but tasty!

A291bb4545000cb0ffdfd0ba8efe322d

on April 24, 2012
at 04:18 PM

Sounds simply wonderful I'm going to see if I can find it out by me looking for to the contrast of smell to flavor I love things that contradict the intial reaction.

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on April 24, 2012
at 04:08 PM

You no have dehydrator? You can also do it regular oven too. Coconut aminos makes a great marinade.

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on April 24, 2012
at 04:01 PM

I LOVE durian. SO SO GOOD!!! Kimchi smells like the best aroma in the world. You just don't know.

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(5145)

on April 24, 2012
at 03:45 PM

Worse than kimchi?

D290734f36a9ae03e3f60e0fa088d7ed

(1304)

on April 24, 2012
at 03:42 PM

Unfortunately not. Minutes. Your food processor will get nice and hot.

D290734f36a9ae03e3f60e0fa088d7ed

(1304)

on April 24, 2012
at 03:42 PM

Absolutely agree with blueballoon. It is one of the tastiest things I've ever bought at Whole Foods but it was like $15 for a 1 pound jar. The very next week I went back to Whole Foods and spent $4 on 3/4 pound of shredded unsweetened coconut and put it in the food processor for 15 minutes (scraping the sides occasionally). It comes out almost identical and for a fraction of the price. It really is delicious but it's not worth it unless you make it yourself.

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(533)

on April 24, 2012
at 03:39 PM

I hope you mean 15-20 seconds :)

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on April 24, 2012
at 03:37 PM

Danielle- Do you have a food processor? Make it yourself if you do! Costs FAR less that way. I get 8oz organic coconut meat for something like $3.

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(1804)

on April 24, 2012
at 03:35 PM

haven't tried this yet but it stares at me in the grocery store every week. Just not sure if i'm ready to give up $10 for a little jar!! Although it does sound delicious....

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F5a0ddffcf9ef5beca864050f090a790

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on April 24, 2012
at 04:05 PM

Berries like elderberry, huckleberry, wild strawberry, gooseberries, sea berry, cloud berry. Has anybody realized that it's a perfect snack idea?

Also, I wish there was a way to buy dehydrated meat. Not beef jerky (they add wheat and soy sauce to that), but just plain unsalted dried meat. And fish. Why there should be salt in everything?

65bf1ca7071028018c6d8305d0ddcd76

(3049)

on April 24, 2012
at 08:03 PM

Since I got my dehydrator, I'm pretty sure my butcher thinks I have a problem... or feed an army. I make beef or salmon jerky every 2 days, just meat + sea salt... sooooo good. the dehydrator is totally worth the small investment. I haven't gotten an electricity bill yet though, I wonder if I should be scared about that!

F3583667d653163c121640a015ffa93a

(784)

on April 25, 2012
at 01:48 PM

You can make solar dehydrators, too. I've even heard of people using their closed car on a hot day. Jerky is way too expensive to buy! I generally use ground beef, myself. NOT grocery store beef, from my own cow so I know it's OK when it's butchered and processed. I wouldn't trust grocery store ground beef for that kind of thing.

A65499f2f8c65602881550fe309cd48c

(3501)

on April 24, 2012
at 04:08 PM

You no have dehydrator? You can also do it regular oven too. Coconut aminos makes a great marinade.

Baa413654789b57f3579474ca7fa43d7

(2349)

on May 02, 2012
at 01:08 PM

Paleo Kits beef jerky has no wheat or soy in it. Not as good as homemade jerky (imo), but a good option. http://stevesoriginal.com/images/uploads/Paleokit_Original_Ingredients.pdf

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2e5dc29c61f97d335ffb990508424719

on April 24, 2012
at 03:33 PM

Canned sardines in olive oil or water $1-2/tin. Do not buy the ones in soybean oil

Bdac420645091098a0b3b5b47436969c

(273)

on April 25, 2012
at 04:07 AM

oh yeah! I crave good sardines but my office mates aren't so happy with me. I take them outside to the picnic table now...

1296f5fecd084f101d7c5fbe013f07eb

(1213)

on April 26, 2012
at 02:08 AM

Nom. I have to hide the evidence by rinsing the tin, shoving it back into the box, and burying it in the trash...otherwise there are complaints. So delicious, though.

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Eea6a68f5a7190d13c60e1c72417a581

(1376)

on April 24, 2012
at 04:44 PM

Goat, venison and lamb break the rut of beef. Also canned kippers are my new favorite to pack for lunch or a picnic.

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(370)

on April 24, 2012
at 10:48 PM

+1 for goat. Mmm...

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D290734f36a9ae03e3f60e0fa088d7ed

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on April 24, 2012
at 03:29 PM

Coconut butter (shredded unsweetened coconut tossed in the food processor for 15-20 min). So damn good I've been giving it to people as gifts.

Ebcbbdcb8b727e69e06eaa102d49a84c

(1804)

on April 24, 2012
at 07:13 PM

This is definitely a thought! I bet buying a whole cocount is cheaper than the unsweetened, shredded stuff right? Although I have no idea how to open a cocount. Always looks so challenging in the movies ;) I do have a food processor - mini/cheap one, but maybe it will work!

D290734f36a9ae03e3f60e0fa088d7ed

(1304)

on April 24, 2012
at 03:42 PM

Unfortunately not. Minutes. Your food processor will get nice and hot.

Ebcbbdcb8b727e69e06eaa102d49a84c

(1804)

on April 24, 2012
at 03:35 PM

haven't tried this yet but it stares at me in the grocery store every week. Just not sure if i'm ready to give up $10 for a little jar!! Although it does sound delicious....

D290734f36a9ae03e3f60e0fa088d7ed

(1304)

on April 24, 2012
at 03:42 PM

Absolutely agree with blueballoon. It is one of the tastiest things I've ever bought at Whole Foods but it was like $15 for a 1 pound jar. The very next week I went back to Whole Foods and spent $4 on 3/4 pound of shredded unsweetened coconut and put it in the food processor for 15 minutes (scraping the sides occasionally). It comes out almost identical and for a fraction of the price. It really is delicious but it's not worth it unless you make it yourself.

306aa57660d911781231f8090c2a5619

(3808)

on April 24, 2012
at 07:53 PM

Time depends on the food processor. I've never run mine for more than about 5 minutes, and it extracts the oil and so forth quite well, though I have no clue how my butter compares to store-bought or stuff that's run for a longer time. You can buy good quality unsweetened shredded coconut on amazon for much less than at the store.

Ef31d612a661d9fcb19c8965d3a2bd12

(533)

on April 24, 2012
at 03:39 PM

I hope you mean 15-20 seconds :)

E36cb992cf0a5eba8b97a359c15f38b3

(4347)

on April 24, 2012
at 03:37 PM

Danielle- Do you have a food processor? Make it yourself if you do! Costs FAR less that way. I get 8oz organic coconut meat for something like $3.

D290734f36a9ae03e3f60e0fa088d7ed

(1304)

on April 24, 2012
at 07:31 PM

I thought that too but a whole coconut is a real pain in the you-know-what. Also a whole coconut will be very wet inside (coconut water/milk) so you wont get the buttery consistency that comes from coconut meat and coconut fat in the dry shredded stuff. A blender should work as well but you will need to scrape the sides more.

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64d458b31366120761be59d51c24b541

on May 02, 2012
at 03:02 PM

Coconut curry dishes...can of coconut milk, 2T curry paste, 2 tsp turmeric, dash of fish sauce and you have a killer sauce to use on any of your favorite meats and/or veggies. Even keep some of the curry sauce in the fridge as a veggie dip...good fats, sweet tasting and very versatile.

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on May 02, 2012
at 09:20 AM

Fried worms. Seaweed soup. Piri-piri. Artichokes. Olives. Squid stew. Hey, what about live baby squid? Crispy fish eyes! Chestnuts. Flower nectar. Blood sausage. REAL pork rinds made by my mother! Roasted baby pig. Wine. Rabbit. Pigeons. Tripe. Fiddleheads?

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on May 02, 2012
at 01:13 AM

Edible weeds................

07243c7700483a67386049f7b67d90a4

on May 02, 2012
at 04:03 PM

some really good tasting weeds out there like pignut and burdock.

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033ceff8e23d4abf2ff122e223d7a123

on April 24, 2012
at 09:02 PM

I'm kind of in love with frog legs...I wish I knew how to bread & fry gizzards in a Paleo style because those suckers are good, too.

I don't actually eat any of these, but my family has always loved them (none of them are Paleo eaters, though) boiled pig ears with cabbage, turkey neck, tripe, cow brains (although they prefer them in a taco)

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(776)

on April 24, 2012
at 10:42 PM

Frog leg lovers assemble !

61844af1187e745e09bb394cbd28cf23

(11058)

on April 24, 2012
at 11:09 PM

We have bullfrogs living in the sump behind our house and listen to them talk to each other all night long. They'd probably move out if they knew I have been trying to figure out how to lure them under my fence for a main course!

78cb3c4f70de5db2adb52b6b9671894b

(5519)

on April 24, 2012
at 09:28 PM

LOVE frog legs! So freaking good with basil.

518bce04b12cd77741237e1f61075194

(11577)

on April 25, 2012
at 11:53 PM

We used to go "toading" when I was a kid, which was a relatively barbaric "sharpen your sticks, kids, hop in the canoe and whoever gets the most toads wins!" (they are an invasive species where I'm from). Now, I look back thinking "..those would have been good eats!".

A65499f2f8c65602881550fe309cd48c

(3501)

on April 25, 2012
at 12:16 AM

You could dredge the gizzards in arrowroot flour, then dip in egg then coat in almond meal and fry. It's how I do my fried chicken.

9f54852ea376e8e416356f547611e052

(2957)

on April 25, 2012
at 12:21 PM

I'll be your prince ;)

033ceff8e23d4abf2ff122e223d7a123

(350)

on April 29, 2012
at 10:26 PM

My dad has a creek (which we pronounce "crick" here in Iowa) in his back yard that is full of bullfrogs. Constant source of food. This year he also tried out tadpoles (whole) but wasn't a huge fan.

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A65499f2f8c65602881550fe309cd48c

(3501)

on April 24, 2012
at 04:07 PM

Boogers! Ok...not so much. Am working my way through cookbook called odd bits and I'm loving the weirder pieces of animal. Favorite includes beef cheeks. A very underutilized meat. (my farmer never used it, sent it to the renderer until I asked him for it and now he sells it-hmmmm wonder if I can get commission?) today we are making 1/2 a pastured pig's head. Plan...parboil, then drape in bacon (keeping it in the family) and roast. (its already cleaned and skinned). We also love sliced side meat vs bacon. Cheaper and you can add your own spices.

A65499f2f8c65602881550fe309cd48c

(3501)

on April 25, 2012
at 03:17 PM

Thanks Molly, I will check it out!

4de8f1be3ed89b2b0de3463349fb1737

(964)

on April 25, 2012
at 12:13 PM

Have you seen the book Good Meat by Deborah Krasner? Awesome Nose-to-tail approach to all sorts of meat.

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on April 24, 2012
at 03:17 PM

Durian. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Durian

Never has something so delicious smelled so bad to those not eating it.

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on April 24, 2012
at 03:45 PM

Worse than kimchi?

F92e4ca55291c3f3096a3d4d3d854986

(11698)

on April 24, 2012
at 06:24 PM

trjones, think dirty diaper. but tasty!

A291bb4545000cb0ffdfd0ba8efe322d

on April 24, 2012
at 04:18 PM

Sounds simply wonderful I'm going to see if I can find it out by me looking for to the contrast of smell to flavor I love things that contradict the intial reaction.

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(12682)

on April 25, 2012
at 06:23 AM

I've seen durian at the asian market before. I've yet to get it, but I'm pretty intrigued by a fruit that feels like an alligator.

F5a0ddffcf9ef5beca864050f090a790

(15515)

on April 24, 2012
at 04:01 PM

I LOVE durian. SO SO GOOD!!! Kimchi smells like the best aroma in the world. You just don't know.

Medium avatar

(2923)

on April 25, 2012
at 06:35 AM

The best description I've come up with is: the smell is like rotting garlic, the taste is like a sweet onion custard (something out of French cuisine). Getting past the smell is the biggest obstacle, there's a reason hotels, buses, and taxis across Southeast Asia ban the things :p

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on May 02, 2012
at 08:57 AM

Ox heart burgers, biltong and sprouted seeds

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on April 26, 2012
at 12:01 AM

Salmon skin (well, fish skin in general) and goma wakame (seaweed salad).

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on April 25, 2012
at 12:15 PM

Pepitas (pumpkin seeds). Toasted, with coconut flakes or as a base for mole.

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(273)

on April 25, 2012
at 04:08 AM

salmon collar -- my local sushi place makes them. With seaweed salad, it's a great meal for about $8!

A4216f1b1e1f5ab3815bd91700905081

(1646)

on April 25, 2012
at 04:36 AM

Ask your itemaie if the have Hamachi-Kama; it rocks! The same "collar" portion of a yellowtail tuna, quickly seared.

Bdac420645091098a0b3b5b47436969c

(273)

on April 27, 2012
at 03:48 AM

Yes!! That's actually what I was trying to list but I couldn't remember the name. Better than salmon, yum. I'm going tomorrow night.

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0266737ea1782946902fd3f8e60fa0b9

(2504)

on April 24, 2012
at 11:41 PM

water kefir. Heals my gut in a really nice way.

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(322)

on April 25, 2012
at 06:49 AM

Care to elaborate on the healing aspect of it? I've ordered some grains and am excited to start making some.

0266737ea1782946902fd3f8e60fa0b9

(2504)

on April 25, 2012
at 05:42 PM

probiotics are really, really good for the gut. I have found kefir to be really helpful--I drink a few pints a day, and found that I can now tolerate foods that used to send me into a whole mess of reflux/nausea. Nausea, gas, reflux are all improved.

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992862b1b9e443f83aa4e46d14833418

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on April 24, 2012
at 09:52 PM

For starchy stuff I'll say Yuca or Plantains.

Also, coconut aminos for umami.

992862b1b9e443f83aa4e46d14833418

(264)

on April 25, 2012
at 02:04 PM

Forgot. Bacon grease/melted lard with the garlic/lime mixture. :)

Medium avatar

(2923)

on April 25, 2012
at 06:38 AM

Classic out of Central and South America is a double-fry: First cut the plantain into 1-inch lengths and fry til golden. Then flatten each piece with a spatula or plate or pan so it forms a mini pancake then fry it a second time to set and lightly sprinkle with sea salt.

D63a9a7789b948a1e88647f6c0e504ca

(1453)

on April 25, 2012
at 01:04 AM

Haven't seen yuca around yet, but OMG I have recently discovered that plantains fried in coconut oil are the food of the GODS.

992862b1b9e443f83aa4e46d14833418

(264)

on April 25, 2012
at 02:03 PM

If you have a latin mercado around you, you should be able to find yuca. I can find it at my regular supermarket. It looks like a woody brown tuber. Best and easiest is if you can find it in the freezer section with the skin already removed. Boil it in water, remove the woody, stringy center, smash a bit, put back in the pot with diced garlic, salt, and lime juice. Spread out on a baking sheet and put them under the broiler until they're lightly brown and crispy in spots. Alternately, you could make a garlicy/lime-y type of dressing and put that on after you remove from the oven. Delish.

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on April 25, 2012
at 12:43 PM

I, too, have recently discovered plantains cooked in coconut oil. Delicious!!!

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on April 24, 2012
at 03:38 PM

Gizzards and heart.

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on April 24, 2012
at 03:35 PM

Fermented foods and organ meats

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on May 02, 2012
at 10:36 PM

Oooh! I would have to say edible weeds, wierd roots found at the farmers market, radishes, and parsley. Nomm nom nom I love my bitters

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on April 26, 2012
at 02:28 AM

I'd have to agree with canned fish, such as tuna. I know the quality isn't the best but it serves its purpose if you're in a rush

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on April 25, 2012
at 06:27 PM

Canned fish. Mostly Vital Choice no-salt-added salmon (I buy it by the case) & Crown Prince natural kipper snacks... especially if you drizzle some balsamic on the latter & toss it with a little minced red onion.

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on April 25, 2012
at 04:55 PM

Kvass.

Which is too short an answer without an additional sentence.

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on April 25, 2012
at 07:01 PM

LOL! ........ which is also too short without an additional sentance.

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