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Paleo products you would like to see

Answered on September 12, 2014
Created June 20, 2011 at 11:55 PM

I would like to know what products you wish were available, both realistic and silly fantasy. How much would you pay to have these available?

Me, I wish someone sold something cute for my kid to snack on. Paleo cheddar bunnies or animal crackers or something. Paleo cola would also be awesome, since my husband can't live without his diet Pepsi.

8c509aac21bdb54b3ca91de2da994b9b

(248)

on February 12, 2013
at 03:21 PM

If you can get yourself some plantain flour (make sure its not mixed with other stuff like potato starches - you can order from Amazon or get it at a local Latin grocery shop - just ask around), you can make these http://kateshealthycupboard.com/gluten-free-recipes/plantain-flour-tortillas/

892d177f50b16f118152219229870e4e

(776)

on January 14, 2012
at 08:45 PM

Inka Chips brand are made with palm oil if I recall correctly. Also,Trader Joe's (at least the one near my crib) has banana chips fried in coconut oil.

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(21420)

on January 14, 2012
at 08:12 PM

I've found a few fried in Palm Oil... and they are the only ones I buy.

2ab6415f5f20b8fe1d34a94c7be85e6a

on January 14, 2012
at 07:47 PM

Frozen fruit in blender with a bit of coconut milk works for me! Especially good with bananas.

35ba1f50dad25c85ac1aa2599fe5c5cb

(2485)

on January 14, 2012
at 06:36 PM

OK, this is not a product, but google "japanese egg molds", they're little plastic molds that you pop a hot hard boiled egg in, stick it in the fridge for a few hours and the egg comes out looking like a car or a bunny rabbit or something. My 3 year old loves them!

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(606)

on July 02, 2011
at 12:22 AM

ahh, thanks! might just check it out. has anyone here ever tried it?

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

(2435)

on July 01, 2011
at 04:17 PM

I think Mark Sisson makes that, and calls it Primal Fuel.

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

(2435)

on July 01, 2011
at 04:15 PM

That's the spirit! And I agree, I've been looking for something like that for my toddler. She loves chips. I've ruined her.

B9cc28905ec54389c47cde031d709703

on June 24, 2011
at 08:44 AM

In the spirit of fun how about potato and/or sweet potato chips cooked in coconut oil w/ sea salt.

B9cc28905ec54389c47cde031d709703

on June 23, 2011
at 08:07 AM

http://www.stevesoriginal.com/cart/just_jerky/

5437163ddf70d4532f196bfb4333753e

(3614)

on June 22, 2011
at 01:54 PM

I was just thinking something less greasy than regular cooked bacon so it doesn't require major hand degreasing afterward but not treated with a bunch of chemicals (bacon bits). I can't have it all, I guess...

44348571d9bc70c02ac2975cc500f154

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on June 22, 2011
at 06:13 AM

tendons are best if you want a really thick stock, they are pure connective tissue, bones only have so much, tendons are also very rich in glycine.

44348571d9bc70c02ac2975cc500f154

(5853)

on June 22, 2011
at 06:12 AM

Higher temperature means more extraction of flavors and nutrients. And less time and electricity is wasted, and you dont have to reduce the stock down becouse its already more viscous than traditional. I would say give it a try, i am not going back to old style stock cooking anymore, this is better tasting and faster. :)

44348571d9bc70c02ac2975cc500f154

(5853)

on June 22, 2011
at 06:09 AM

Ashley, actually last time i made stock from knuckle bone, ground beef and some rib bones and tendons, the knuckle bone went soft enough to eat in two and half hours. Ofcourse you can cook longer, but then you would get less flavor, due to evaporation of volatile aromatic compounds. Sometimes when the bones crumble too much i find the stock has unpleaseant "bony" flavour, i want it to taste more like beef, so i add like 400 grams of meat to my stock always, along with all the scraps i have saved trimming skirt stakes and hanger steaks. Under pressure stock cooks at higher temperature.

559aa134ff5e6c8bcd608ba8dc505628

(3631)

on June 21, 2011
at 07:30 PM

huh? bacon is pret-ty freakin portable.

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

(2435)

on June 21, 2011
at 07:19 PM

Well, not shelf stable, but make it 2 hours out of the container and still be crunchy?

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

(2435)

on June 21, 2011
at 07:19 PM

It could be. Is there a way to make them crunchy and shelf-stable?

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

(2435)

on June 21, 2011
at 07:16 PM

Are bacon bits too small? Or are you specifying pastured bacon?

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

(2435)

on June 21, 2011
at 07:07 PM

I get that. But sometimes life happens and we don't have the time to slave over a hot oven making our own beef jerky all day.

A0b8c4cc369f93ee987ce15b1bf323fe

on June 21, 2011
at 07:01 PM

This would be my #1. Prepared food that is guaranteed to be paleo-friendly.

03f5a69fde4012b827ebdb6d93b71e7a

(2007)

on June 21, 2011
at 06:56 PM

omg +1 on the daycare idea, I don't even have kids yet but that sounds awesome.

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(15976)

on June 21, 2011
at 06:13 PM

Food For Life makes sprouted corn tortillas. No gluten. Organic. Frozen. Pretty tasty. Kinda tough texture but whatever

559aa134ff5e6c8bcd608ba8dc505628

(3631)

on June 21, 2011
at 01:53 PM

@leanne that wasn't me! i'm a garlic supporter!

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(9812)

on June 21, 2011
at 12:32 PM

I like that idea- I see so many delicious-looking frozen items at TJs, but never paleo-friendly :(

24fcc21452ebe39c032be6801d6bbadd

(9812)

on June 21, 2011
at 12:28 PM

I used to get the rice tortillas; they were impossible to use as a wrap (they would always crack on me), but I would cut them up, add a little olive oil & salt, then throw them in the oven and they made pretty decent chips!

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(5242)

on June 21, 2011
at 11:23 AM

Well said AR. I do that about every 2-3 weeks. It's so good and thick that its great on it own, let alone if you make something else out of it.

1da74185531d6d4c7182fb9ee417f97f

(10904)

on June 21, 2011
at 09:28 AM

You don't make what mark sisson describes As "I’m talking three-day epic bone-disintegrating broth with Sally Fallon herself manning the stock pot while being presided over by the spirit of Weston A. Price. Broth that solidifies at room temperature. Broth that doubles as shoe-gel inserts." in a pressure cooker in 2 hours. :-D I cooked mine 2-3 days

44348571d9bc70c02ac2975cc500f154

(5853)

on June 21, 2011
at 08:19 AM

good veal stock. Buy a pressure cooker, makes the best stock in two and half hours, and no skimming.

84666a86108dee8d11cbbc85b6382083

(2399)

on June 21, 2011
at 07:43 AM

Macadamia oil wins.

21fd060d0796fdb8a4a990441e08eae7

(24543)

on June 21, 2011
at 04:36 AM

And not US Wellness's bone broth that costs a million dollars, either.

1da74185531d6d4c7182fb9ee417f97f

(10904)

on June 21, 2011
at 04:33 AM

yeah, I'm definitely hating cooking broth in the summer!

21fd060d0796fdb8a4a990441e08eae7

(24543)

on June 21, 2011
at 04:31 AM

Oh man what I wouldn't give for pre-made bone broth! Money is one thing I definitely would give. Making broth is a bit of a pain. Ya gotta get bones, smell up the joint, skim the fat, blah blah blah. Why can't some paleo entrepreneur pre-make this?

1da74185531d6d4c7182fb9ee417f97f

(10904)

on June 21, 2011
at 04:16 AM

Are the cookies made with real girl scouts?

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on June 21, 2011
at 04:07 AM

but garlic makes everything better grenadine... :)

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(5914)

on June 21, 2011
at 04:02 AM

that would be awesome. i am tempted to get a machine so that i can make my own.

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(5914)

on June 21, 2011
at 04:01 AM

Its not an app, but you can read on Google Reader on your android

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(4878)

on June 21, 2011
at 03:41 AM

Yes, and no Guar Gum.

34a367e60db77270bd7096dc04270fdc

(4171)

on June 21, 2011
at 02:45 AM

everydaypaleo.com posted a good mayo recipe today, even has a video demo but their site appears to be down or something is messed up for me. If you can get there, check it out!

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(1204)

on June 21, 2011
at 02:33 AM

akd, mayo doesn't have garlic. That's aioli.

559aa134ff5e6c8bcd608ba8dc505628

(3631)

on June 21, 2011
at 02:26 AM

@akd, what kind of oil do you like to use?

E7be2ce38158357f5dacae07b43d1b29

on June 21, 2011
at 02:13 AM

If you have success, please let me know! I do cheat with an occasional corn tortilla/hard shell, but it's just not the same. If I'm craving just Mexican in general, I make taco meat from scratch and do a salad with it, sans chips/hard shell. There just isn't any replacement so far for a good chewy flour tortilla :(

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on June 21, 2011
at 02:01 AM

You just made me drool. I'm missing Mexican food something bad: enchiladas, tacos, burritos. Have you tried almond or coconut flour? If not, I will. I'm jonesing right now.

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(15239)

on June 21, 2011
at 01:19 AM

egg + oil + lemon juice + garlic. immersion blender. 20 second mayo.

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(5227)

on June 21, 2011
at 01:17 AM

Would the animal crackers be made with real animals?

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on June 20, 2011
at 11:57 PM

Oh, and I'd pay about $3-4 for a standard box of the snacks, and maybe up to $2/liter of the cola.

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03281912f1cb9e4e771a8a83af302e3a

(1204)

on June 21, 2011
at 12:36 AM

Can a fella get a PaleoHacks Android App?

6b8d12fc3e43179f9ae1765a4d1a9dc2

(5914)

on June 21, 2011
at 04:01 AM

Its not an app, but you can read on Google Reader on your android

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3f5bbb444498a24f1a9720d75fa7c903

on June 21, 2011
at 12:33 AM

Seriously, I would like a good paleo mayonnaise.

84666a86108dee8d11cbbc85b6382083

(2399)

on June 21, 2011
at 07:43 AM

Macadamia oil wins.

34a367e60db77270bd7096dc04270fdc

(4171)

on June 21, 2011
at 02:45 AM

everydaypaleo.com posted a good mayo recipe today, even has a video demo but their site appears to be down or something is messed up for me. If you can get there, check it out!

C23ec4b85f3cbeb9ddf6bf78317d56e3

(300)

on June 21, 2011
at 04:07 AM

but garlic makes everything better grenadine... :)

559aa134ff5e6c8bcd608ba8dc505628

(3631)

on June 21, 2011
at 01:53 PM

@leanne that wasn't me! i'm a garlic supporter!

Aead76beb5fc7b762a6b4ddc234f6051

(15239)

on June 21, 2011
at 01:19 AM

egg + oil + lemon juice + garlic. immersion blender. 20 second mayo.

559aa134ff5e6c8bcd608ba8dc505628

(3631)

on June 21, 2011
at 02:26 AM

@akd, what kind of oil do you like to use?

03281912f1cb9e4e771a8a83af302e3a

(1204)

on June 21, 2011
at 02:33 AM

akd, mayo doesn't have garlic. That's aioli.

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1da74185531d6d4c7182fb9ee417f97f

on June 21, 2011
at 04:26 AM

I'd love for stores to sell real bone broths in the freezer section for those times my farmer's market meat seller didn't bring any (or sold out) or I got lazy and forgot to make it and I have a hankering for stoup

A Paleo-friendly day-care and preschool that allows the climbing of trees, serves lamb shanks or bison jerky instead of goldfish crackers, raw milk (or coconut) instead of juice, and will help with elimination communication and/or cloth diapers with the infants.

B3e7d1ab5aeb329fe24cca1de1a0b09c

(5242)

on June 21, 2011
at 11:23 AM

Well said AR. I do that about every 2-3 weeks. It's so good and thick that its great on it own, let alone if you make something else out of it.

21fd060d0796fdb8a4a990441e08eae7

(24543)

on June 21, 2011
at 04:36 AM

And not US Wellness's bone broth that costs a million dollars, either.

1da74185531d6d4c7182fb9ee417f97f

(10904)

on June 21, 2011
at 04:33 AM

yeah, I'm definitely hating cooking broth in the summer!

44348571d9bc70c02ac2975cc500f154

(5853)

on June 22, 2011
at 06:13 AM

tendons are best if you want a really thick stock, they are pure connective tissue, bones only have so much, tendons are also very rich in glycine.

44348571d9bc70c02ac2975cc500f154

(5853)

on June 21, 2011
at 08:19 AM

good veal stock. Buy a pressure cooker, makes the best stock in two and half hours, and no skimming.

44348571d9bc70c02ac2975cc500f154

(5853)

on June 22, 2011
at 06:12 AM

Higher temperature means more extraction of flavors and nutrients. And less time and electricity is wasted, and you dont have to reduce the stock down becouse its already more viscous than traditional. I would say give it a try, i am not going back to old style stock cooking anymore, this is better tasting and faster. :)

44348571d9bc70c02ac2975cc500f154

(5853)

on June 22, 2011
at 06:09 AM

Ashley, actually last time i made stock from knuckle bone, ground beef and some rib bones and tendons, the knuckle bone went soft enough to eat in two and half hours. Ofcourse you can cook longer, but then you would get less flavor, due to evaporation of volatile aromatic compounds. Sometimes when the bones crumble too much i find the stock has unpleaseant "bony" flavour, i want it to taste more like beef, so i add like 400 grams of meat to my stock always, along with all the scraps i have saved trimming skirt stakes and hanger steaks. Under pressure stock cooks at higher temperature.

21fd060d0796fdb8a4a990441e08eae7

(24543)

on June 21, 2011
at 04:31 AM

Oh man what I wouldn't give for pre-made bone broth! Money is one thing I definitely would give. Making broth is a bit of a pain. Ya gotta get bones, smell up the joint, skim the fat, blah blah blah. Why can't some paleo entrepreneur pre-make this?

03f5a69fde4012b827ebdb6d93b71e7a

(2007)

on June 21, 2011
at 06:56 PM

omg +1 on the daycare idea, I don't even have kids yet but that sounds awesome.

1da74185531d6d4c7182fb9ee417f97f

(10904)

on June 21, 2011
at 09:28 AM

You don't make what mark sisson describes As "I’m talking three-day epic bone-disintegrating broth with Sally Fallon herself manning the stock pot while being presided over by the spirit of Weston A. Price. Broth that solidifies at room temperature. Broth that doubles as shoe-gel inserts." in a pressure cooker in 2 hours. :-D I cooked mine 2-3 days

9
77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on June 21, 2011
at 12:30 AM

How about Paleo Toilet paper? Basically, it's like Vibrams for your hand.

How about a T-Shirt that says "Crossfit and Paleo" so that everyone knows that you suffer from chronic inflammation (from the Crossfit) AND that you are doing something about it (Paleo).

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B9cc28905ec54389c47cde031d709703

on June 21, 2011
at 06:47 AM

How about none. Isn't that the problem with the currently installed institution?

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

(2435)

on June 21, 2011
at 07:07 PM

I get that. But sometimes life happens and we don't have the time to slave over a hot oven making our own beef jerky all day.

B9cc28905ec54389c47cde031d709703

on June 24, 2011
at 08:44 AM

In the spirit of fun how about potato and/or sweet potato chips cooked in coconut oil w/ sea salt.

B9cc28905ec54389c47cde031d709703

on June 23, 2011
at 08:07 AM

http://www.stevesoriginal.com/cart/just_jerky/

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

(2435)

on July 01, 2011
at 04:15 PM

That's the spirit! And I agree, I've been looking for something like that for my toddler. She loves chips. I've ruined her.

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Fff58a1fd1e29d93fd6a25d3fdebbade

(400)

on June 21, 2011
at 12:42 AM

Ice Cream with no sugar or artificial sweeteners at all. Things like chocolate or a bit of fruit added in would be fine though.

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(4878)

on June 21, 2011
at 03:41 AM

Yes, and no Guar Gum.

6b8d12fc3e43179f9ae1765a4d1a9dc2

(5914)

on June 21, 2011
at 04:02 AM

that would be awesome. i am tempted to get a machine so that i can make my own.

2ab6415f5f20b8fe1d34a94c7be85e6a

on January 14, 2012
at 07:47 PM

Frozen fruit in blender with a bit of coconut milk works for me! Especially good with bananas.

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254524b4d181a64938901e5cfe11cae4

on June 21, 2011
at 07:50 AM

The toughest part of paleo, IMO, is the time-intensiveness of cooking all the time, and the difficulty of finding quality ingredients. So I would love to see a paleo grocery store chain - something like Trader Joe's, but that only sells paleo-friendly products. Let's call it Trader Grok's. My dream Trader Grok's would offer lots of prepared foods that you could pick up for a work lunch or for dinner on a lazy night.

... Maybe we could convince Trader Joe's to start a Trader Grok's line of products...

A0b8c4cc369f93ee987ce15b1bf323fe

on June 21, 2011
at 07:01 PM

This would be my #1. Prepared food that is guaranteed to be paleo-friendly.

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(9812)

on June 21, 2011
at 12:32 PM

I like that idea- I see so many delicious-looking frozen items at TJs, but never paleo-friendly :(

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2d5221fa80d04a3d8ac6f471f9feae81

(894)

on June 21, 2011
at 03:23 AM

-Chocolates and coconut milk that have been treated with cellulase and phytase.

-Tapioca bread/pancakes/whatever without 3000 ingredients from rice and beans.

-Salt substitute from citric acid and dried herbs(Like Benson's Table Tasty but without yeast and nightshades).

-Fully pasture fed no grain/legume poultry and eggs. At least none that I saw here in NY.

That'd be a great start.

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E7be2ce38158357f5dacae07b43d1b29

on June 21, 2011
at 01:58 AM

I miss flour tortillas. A whole lot. And with celiac disease, it's not even a cheat I can have. I've tried a rice flour tortilla (the only available locally) and they're very hard to work with and taste like cardboard or soggy cardboard if made as a wrap and stored too long.

E7be2ce38158357f5dacae07b43d1b29

on June 21, 2011
at 02:13 AM

If you have success, please let me know! I do cheat with an occasional corn tortilla/hard shell, but it's just not the same. If I'm craving just Mexican in general, I make taco meat from scratch and do a salad with it, sans chips/hard shell. There just isn't any replacement so far for a good chewy flour tortilla :(

667f6c030b0245d71d8ef50c72b097dc

(15976)

on June 21, 2011
at 06:13 PM

Food For Life makes sprouted corn tortillas. No gluten. Organic. Frozen. Pretty tasty. Kinda tough texture but whatever

24fcc21452ebe39c032be6801d6bbadd

(9812)

on June 21, 2011
at 12:28 PM

I used to get the rice tortillas; they were impossible to use as a wrap (they would always crack on me), but I would cut them up, add a little olive oil & salt, then throw them in the oven and they made pretty decent chips!

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on June 21, 2011
at 02:01 AM

You just made me drool. I'm missing Mexican food something bad: enchiladas, tacos, burritos. Have you tried almond or coconut flour? If not, I will. I'm jonesing right now.

8c509aac21bdb54b3ca91de2da994b9b

(248)

on February 12, 2013
at 03:21 PM

If you can get yourself some plantain flour (make sure its not mixed with other stuff like potato starches - you can order from Amazon or get it at a local Latin grocery shop - just ask around), you can make these http://kateshealthycupboard.com/gluten-free-recipes/plantain-flour-tortillas/

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246ebf68e35743f62e5e187891b9cba0

(21420)

on January 14, 2012
at 08:18 PM

Non-modified fats such as tallow, lard, and schmaltz without having to go to specialty stores. The versions I've seen at normal grocery stores have all been hydrolyzed or joined with an "emulsifier".

Pork loins at the grocer with the fat cap intact, so I can make wet-cured English style bacon. (I've asked my butcher and he tells me he only gets the whole loin shipped to him, he can't control the amount of fat on it).

Dehydrated meats where the ingredients are "meat, salt" and that's it.

As far as paleo cola goes, I know it is no replacement but I love lime/lemon and carbonated water, and have it every once in awhile.

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35ba1f50dad25c85ac1aa2599fe5c5cb

(2485)

on January 14, 2012
at 06:38 PM

I know this is a way old thread, but I've got one product that would be a blockbuster. Plantain chips fried in coconut oil. I KNOW a food company can do it, a couple stores near me carry plantain chips fried in veg oil and the only ingredients are plantains, vegetable oil (usually soybean or canola) and salt. Why isn't someone making these in coconut oil???

892d177f50b16f118152219229870e4e

(776)

on January 14, 2012
at 08:45 PM

Inka Chips brand are made with palm oil if I recall correctly. Also,Trader Joe's (at least the one near my crib) has banana chips fried in coconut oil.

246ebf68e35743f62e5e187891b9cba0

(21420)

on January 14, 2012
at 08:12 PM

I've found a few fried in Palm Oil... and they are the only ones I buy.

2
D5a4ff096a452a84a772efa0e6bc626e

(2486)

on June 21, 2011
at 02:14 PM

I'd love a line of bottled salad dressings that were made with a friendly oil. I do, of course, make my own oil + vinegar for my BAS, but oh the decadence in being able to just open a bottle of Ceasar or French or Ranch and just call it done.

And I'd pay $8-12 for the privilege...good oil ain't cheap!

Oh, and canned chili without weird crap in it...why chili needs gums and soy protein and oatmeal in it, I'll never know. But I do love the convenience of popping open a can to top a sweet potato and calling that dinner. That's worth at least $6/can to me.

2
Cab7e4ef73c5d7d7a77e1c3d7f5773a1

(7314)

on June 21, 2011
at 01:49 PM

Gummy bears sweetened with only glucose/rice syrup/tapioca syrup. Then you'd have tasty gelatin and starch! I love gummy bears :/.

Premade marinades and sauces would be nice. There's always sugar, gluten, or O6 oils. Always. I don't have a ton of time to make my own, and I'm really pretty lazy when it comes to cooking.

Grassfed ice cream with no weird additives, sweetened with glucose only sources or stevia/erythritol.

Gluten free products with only white rice, tapioca, and potato starch. No soy, corn, beans, etc. I would love a nice pizza crust.

1
20eefe24d8ccf096096f05b5bce1ea40

(988)

on January 14, 2012
at 07:29 PM

A 27,000 acre tract of open land where I can roam and hunt and gather and live like a man instead of being crammed in a city where I live more like a potted plant, with just enough space and nutrients to keep my pitiful body alive so that I can provide a constant supply of money to the rest of the monetary food chain.

To have a purpose in life other than digging out of debt.

To have actual control over my own life, instead of obeying rules and laws set up to ensure that the most unfit among us can survive in comfort.

To fight a man when he lies to me, without a 'justice' system then taking all my money, and calling it punishment, or correction.

To be able to pee anywhere I want, instead of being told I have to pee in only certain areas, like a cat in a litter box.

Looks like I got off topic, those things aren't products.

1
B0454de6d4f4cdd9ca2e59021dc105bf

on June 22, 2011
at 12:55 PM

I want human chow. A tasty slop of all-in-one nutrients that you could eat and be done with food for the day. Maybe you could have six or seven different types for variety over the week. Can you tell I can't cook? Kind of sad, but if such a product were ever made, you know people would buy it!

B0454de6d4f4cdd9ca2e59021dc105bf

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on July 02, 2011
at 12:22 AM

ahh, thanks! might just check it out. has anyone here ever tried it?

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on July 01, 2011
at 04:17 PM

I think Mark Sisson makes that, and calls it Primal Fuel.

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on June 21, 2011
at 06:45 PM

Dehydrated bacon. Or bacon chips. Or really anything that would make bacon more portable. That would be fantastic.

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on June 21, 2011
at 07:30 PM

huh? bacon is pret-ty freakin portable.

1fc9c11cf23b2f62ac78979de933ad83

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on June 21, 2011
at 07:16 PM

Are bacon bits too small? Or are you specifying pastured bacon?

5437163ddf70d4532f196bfb4333753e

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on June 22, 2011
at 01:54 PM

I was just thinking something less greasy than regular cooked bacon so it doesn't require major hand degreasing afterward but not treated with a bunch of chemicals (bacon bits). I can't have it all, I guess...

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