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Posts Tagged ‘Paleo Parents’

Beyond Bacon Review and Giveaway! Wahoo

July 2, 2013  |  Food, Life  |  Share

I was able to help The Paleo Parents test out some of their recipes for the book, so I have been excited for a long long time to receive a copy of this book. And wholly pig they did not disappoint. This is way more than I expected.  The recipes alone are worth the price of the book. But the recipes aren't all that they provide you with. The book starts off with a foreword by none other than Joel Salatin. If you don't know who Joel is, Google it. You will love him, I guarantee it. Then Stacey and Matt layout the whole process of the pig. From why you should focus on pasture raised pig, what cuts to get to the sciencey side of benefits of the pork to the so called Hazards of pork. The most informative part for me was the basics section. How to smoke pork, how...

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LInks of the Month – March

March 28, 2012  |  Links of the Month  |  Share

This is a couple days early and isn't the most complete links of the month I have done. But there is some cool stuff included. Check it out. In case any of you missed The Paleo Summit. Don't fret, you can purchase it and it includes a few really cool bonuses. Check it out. My pile of books is growing daily. Not sure I will ever catch up. But if you need to add to your piles of books like me then here are a few more you must check out. Diane Sanfilippo from Balanced Bites has come out with a book "Practical Paleo: A Customized Approach to Health and a Whole-Foods Lifestyle" that will probably jump to the front of the line for me. She is always so clear with her explanations and can explain things in a way that even I can understand. Dallas and Melissa Hartwig from Whole9 also have a...

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