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30 Challenges In 30 Days – Day 19

Day 19 Challenge: Pull out the slow cooker (or get one!). Seriously, this one kitchen tool will change your life! Today, pull it out and try a new recipe! Put everything in before you go to work and dinner will be waiting for you when you get home! Here’s a Read more…

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Recipe: Bacon ‘n’ Dill Sweet Potato Salad

Recipe from Cindy Sexton and her new book ‘Paleo Takes 5 –or- Fewer*’   From the grocer: bacon + sweet potatoes + fresh garlic + fresh dill + lime juice Bacon ‘n’ dill sweet potato salad I was originally inspired to make this recipe from a dish that we used Read more…

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Chicken Strips

Recipe: Bacon-Crusted Chicken Strips

Recipe from Cindy Sexton and her new book ‘Paleo Takes 5 –or- Fewer*’   From the grocer: bacon + almond flour + chicken breasts + eggs Bacon-crusted chicken strips As a former fast food eater who loved chicken nuggets, this main makes me smile with such pride and accomplishment. Relish the Read more…

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Kelp is the New Kale

I have to share with you how much I love eating kelp. You can buy it in the dehydrated form in many health food stores, but recently I got to try some raw kelp in a slaw and it was so much better. Kelp has been a staple for thousands Read more…

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A visual stroll through my new cookbook…‘Paleo Takes 5 –or- Fewer*’

Guest post by our good friend Cindy Sexton:   A visual stroll through my new cookbook…‘Paleo Takes 5 –or- Fewer*’ ~ A minimal ingredient cookbook full of simple, yet delicious real food recipes. By: Cindy Sexton, Robb Wolf (Foreword by), Mat Lalonde (Contributions by) October 2014 / Page Street Publishing Read more…

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Recipe: Primal Freezer Fudge

We’re excited to welcome David Maren back to the blog with this guest recipe post. David is the founder of Tendergrass Farms, an online grass fed and organic meat shop with the core purpose of creating distribution channels for family farms to thrive.   Feel good fudge. Most of us Read more…

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“Everyday Paleo” Gets International Flavor

Guest post written by: Joanne Eglash   When it comes to making the leap from the Standard American Diet (SAD) to the Paleo plan, one of the biggest reasons for delaying is simple: “It sounds boring.” These would-be cavemen and cavewomen worry that they’ll miss their love for exotic food Read more…

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Everyday Paleo Thai Cuisine – Savory Glass Noodle Soup Recipe

Guest post written by our good friend Sarah Fragoso of Everyday Paleo:   I’m completely honored to have the opportunity to guest post on Robb’s blog. Those of you who know my story know that I owe my life to Robb and to his beautiful wife Nicki. Almost 7 years Read more…

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What You Need To Fill Your Belly & Fuel Your Brain

Okay folks, my latest blog posts have been a little heavy (and there are definitely more of them coming – brace yourself), so I’m going to lighten things up bit this time. It’s been a while since I’ve given you a list of recommended reading material and everyone likes snacks. Read more…

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The Perfect Cast Iron Steak from The Paleo Foodie Cookbook

Guest post written by: Arsy Vartanian   Hi Everyone! I’m Arsy Vartanian from the Paleo recipe and lifestyle blog, Rubies & Radishes.  I share recipes, as well as tips on living a Paleo lifestyle successfully, including having a Paleo pregnancy and raising a Paleo baby. I am so honored to Read more…

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