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I had the fun opportunity to use a Smoker Bag as we did not have our own personal smoker yet to smoke with. I love smoked foods and always have. I was always fond of my dad bringing home smoked beef, AKA beef jerky, from Alaska and […] Continue Reading ->
22 Flares 22 Flares × Five ingredients. Five or ten minutes to prepare (plus chill time, of course.) Unreal results. Plus three amazing variations. If you are sensitive to coconut, I will forgive you for not bookmarking this page. Anyone else, let this one slip away and […] Continue Reading ->
My first experience of coconut water was as a child. My dad bought a whole coconut and attempted to crack it open with a large chopping knife…remember, this was before the days of Youtube and Internet! Luckily that experiment didn’t end with any permanent damage – just […] Continue Reading ->
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Fermented foods like sauerkraut and kombucha are trendy right now, but unlike the oh-so-popular cronut, they’re trendy for their extensive health-promoting properties. You’ve probably heard of probiotics—they healthy bacteria that help our digestive tracts and keep us healthy. But what you may not know is that fermented foods […] Continue Reading ->
The post This Study Should Be Illegal: Why Vegetable Oils Are Still Terrible appeared first on Paleo Flourish Magazine. I’ve kicked the vegetable oil horse more times than I care to count. But I came across a study that’s both informative and also sad. Here’s an article on […] Continue Reading ->
So I know that some of you have been busting out low carb slow cooker recipes all summer – I mean Carolyn over at All Day I Dream About Food made CHOCOLATE CAKE in the slow cooker a few weeks ago!  Color me impressed! For me though, […] Continue Reading ->
With the plethora of benefits supported by scientific evidence,1 Gluten-free diets have been gaining in popularity in recent years.2 Studies range from gastrointestinal symptom improvement,3 to possible correlations with autism,4 and diabetes.5 However, there may not be a more fascinating area of gluten study than how the […] Continue Reading ->
that’s one big ass salad Eating out can be a minefield if you’re trying to watch what you eat, but I’ve found that it’s rare for a restaurant not to have some version of a Cobb Salad on their menu. It’s my foolproof option  when I want […] Continue Reading ->

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