Days Four/Five (And Whole30 Eating at Chipotle) PAUSE.
Big announcement today: the Whole30 now allows ALL types of potatoes! This is huge! Details are on the Whole30 website. Okay, whew. Deep breaths. I’m already getting bored of cataloging all my meals everyday, so from now on I’ll only highlight the ones that were especially good/share-worthy, unique, or somehow led to a critical learning. Day four was a lot like day three with the exception that I didn’t want to kill everyone who crossed my path. Whole30 Fajitas & Guacamole. I don't diet.
Ever. My husband, on the other hand, sings a different tune. He's got this thing called self-control, something that I lack. When he diets, we try to cook dinners for the both of us that fit within his restrictions. Most of the time. But then Garrett came home with his most recent diet plan, the Whole30. "...meat, seafood, eggs, tons of vegetables, some fruit, and plenty of good fats from fruits, oils, nuts and seeds. It was the latter part of that statement that struck me: "no ingredients at all because they're totally natural and unprocessed.
" While I don't diet, I am working on toward filling my body with more healthy, natural and unprocessed foods. Which brings me to tonight's meal: Whole30 Steak Fajitas & Guacamole Goodness, were these good. I started by making the guacamole mid-day and sticking it in the fridge to chill. S 2015 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce™ 50 Paleo Snacks on-the-go Ideas.
Sometimes eating on the Paleo diet can be kind of hard.
Especially when you are traveling or always on the go. And extra EXTRA hard if you are traveling with kids AND doing the paleo diet. Whew! I’m tired just thinking of it. But maybe here are a few ideas to make your diet a little easier and a little more fun as you travel to and from work or if you are traveling across the world. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.
For Isa. All Natural Toasted Coconut Butter. Oh my dear friends, have I got another amazing non-recipe for you!
After making Raw Cashew Butter the other day, I decided to try my hand at making Toasted Coconut Butter. Talk about a totally different experience: this one came together in minutes, if not seconds. And THAT might very well make it the most dangerous “condiment” to have in your cupboard! Why? Because it’s so easy to make, you won’t mind going through batches, like, super quickly… as quickly as you can make it! Because it’s so good that once you had a taste of it, it’s hard to stop… and despite being super healthy and good for you, it SHOULD still be consumed in moderation. The thing is, it’s almost impossible to control yourself when in presence of this evil little chunk of heaven.
Looks like I’ll have to make some more soon! Very soon. Want to make some too? Great Ingredients: No Recipe Required. Jun 25, 2014 Posted by Melissa Joulwan on Jun 25, 2014 in Blog, Meats, Poultry, Recipes, Salads, Whole30 | 32 comments Great Ingredients: No Recipe Required As we get closer to our move — 11 days and counting!
Our one-way airline tickets for Sunday, July 6 are purchased! — it’s becoming increasingly more difficult to deal with keeping us well fed. I love the process of making up new recipes or devouring other peoples’ cookbooks for inspiration, shopping for the perfect ingredients, and spending a few hours playing in the kitchen, but that’s just not priority right now. Yesterday, I rubbed a whole chicken with za’atar and garlic, threw it (literally!
That on-the-fly meal got me thinking: maybe you guys would also like some ideas for delicious meals — that don’t require a recipe — that you can throw together from whatever ingredients you have on hand. Great Ingredients: The Shopping List Great Ingredients: Cold Composed Plates* One Skillet Paleo Dinner Recipe – Stupid Easy Paleo. One-skillet Paleo dinner recipes are so ideal because they make everyone’s least favorite part about cooking—the cleaning up—that much easier.
This is a basic template for a meal that could have several variations: Change up the type of ground meat and the spices and end up with something that tastes totally different. Save even more time by ricing your cauliflower (pulsing it into small bits in a food processor is by far the easiest way) ahead of time on your big weekly food prep day!
One Skillet Paleo Dinner Recipe Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Serves: Serves 2 to 3 1 lb (454 g) ground beef 1 head of cauliflower, riced 16 oz jar tomato sauce (check labels for weird ingredients) 1-2 tbsp capers or sliced olives for garnish Brown the meat in a large skillet over medium-high heat for about 6 to 8 minutes. If you'd like to share my recipes or photos on your blog, please use the contact form to send me a message first!