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Spaghetti squash is a fantastic grain-free noodle that’s super easy to cook. I love sloshing some Paleo sloppy joes on top of spaghetti squash. What is Spaghetti Squash According to Wikipedia, “spaghetti squash (Cucurbita pepo var. fastigata) (also called vegetable spaghetti, noodle squash, vegetable marrow, spaghetti marrow, […] Continue Reading ->
I was working on updating a classic American recipe for my Paleo Magazine column this weekend and realized I had no idea how to properly prepare a fresh coconut. After a little research and some tinkering in my test kitchen, this what I came up with. If you’ve […] Continue Reading ->
A recent study that garnered a lot of media attention compared the effects of a low-carbohydrate diet with a low-fat diet on weight and cardiovascular risk factors.  This low carb vs low fat study titled, Effects of Low-Carbohydrate and Low-fat diets: A Randomized Trial, was published in […] Continue Reading ->
I know it’s Monday which usually means a new low carb meatball recipe, but this week I’m doing that on Wednesday (and it’s a GREAT one btw!)  So today I’m finally getting around to posting the low carb apple fritter recipe that I’ve been dying to share […] Continue Reading ->
bursting with healthy fats! There’s a lot of tall tales out there about the origins of puttanesca – a classic Italian dish. Its name translates to ‘whore’s pasta’ which is intriguing in itself. I buy Wild Planet sardines- sustainable and ethically sourced so everyone’s a winner Some […] Continue Reading ->
I’m a little bit of a history junkie.  I like learning about history just because I think it’s fun. But every once in a while, knowing the history of our traditions can be both fun and useful.  That’s certainly the case when it comes to Halloween. Halloween, along […] Continue Reading ->
Testimonial written by: Kelly Spradlin   I am not known for short posts so please bear with this especially lengthy one. My family is new to the paleo lifestyle and as newbies I wanted to share our experience and my thoughts in case my story speaks to […] Continue Reading ->
I think pork shoulder is quickly becoming my favorite cut of pork, maybe even my favorite cut of any meat.  It’s so full of flavor, and when cooked low-and-slow, it becomes meltingly tender.  And bonus?  It’s very affordable.  I also love cooking huge hunks of meat.  I’m a […] Continue Reading ->
This is a Whole9 guest post by Peter Hirsh, a nationally certified personal trainer and kettlebell instructor who has been teaching and training with kettlebells for over ten years. Last month, I posted an article with kettlebell basic movements to help people understand what kettlebell training is […] Continue Reading ->

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