Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts On the Go: The Solution to Gluten-Free Eating All Day Long with Delicious, Easy and Portable Primal Meals
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Lunch and breakfast are often the hardest meals to eat without busting your Paleo, gluten-free diet, especially when most recipes call for gluten, processed oils, sliced bread or sandwich buns.
Diana Rodgers, a nutritional therapist and Paleo community activist, solves the problem with 100 easy and delicious packable meals without bread. From lettuce-wrap sandwiches to egg muffins to creative uses for toothpicks and packaging, she takes the confusion out of how to make hand-friendly and fast Paleo meals. Recipes include her Chicken Salad with Fennel and Cranberries perfectly cradled by a leaf of romaine lettuce, the to-die for Cherry Tarragon Breakfast Sausages and even a Paleo-friendly Bubble and Squeak. These mouth-watering creations are perfect portable meals that are as healthy and easy to make as they are gourmet.
rosemary, minced 3 slices of bacon, cooked pepper to taste INSTRUCTIONS On each lettuce leaf, place a third of the sliced egg, then a third of the sundried tomatoes and a third of the fresh rosemary. Top each wrap with one slice of bacon and some pepper. TANGY ROAST BEEF AND BEETS WRAP Portable, delicious and simple—this wrap has it all! I found a package of already-cooked beets in the produce section of my local specialty food store and have since noticed them at standard grocery
long. Makes about 4 serving INGREDIENTS 1 tbsp (14 g) coconut oil or ghee 1 onion, diced 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 tbsp (4 g) dried thyme 2 bay leaves 6 carrots, peeled and diced 4 stalks celery, diced 1 ½ quarts (1.5 liters) chicken broth (homemade) 2 cups (280 g) shredded chicken meat from a roasted bird 4 tbsp (8 g) fresh parsley, minced salt and pepper to taste ADD-ONS FOR THE SPICY VERSION: 4 cups (360 g) baby bok choy, diced 2 tbsp (28 g) coconut oil 1 tbsp (15 ml)
vegetable protein” which may contain gluten. Know Your Egg Terms There are lots of different ways to raise chickens and some of the terms can be confusing to the public. Here are the differences between them: “Eggs” The typical eggs sold in most grocery stores come from chickens raised in cramped cages and usually given antibiotics. Artificial lights are often used to increase egg productivity. Conditions are stressful and cramped, and the air in these facilities is thick with dust and
Paleo Parents (paleoparents.com) Stacy Toth and Matt McCarry together have lost over 200 pounds on the Paleo Diet. They’ve got two books out: Eat Like a Dinosaur and Beyond Bacon. Their blog is full of great gluten-free recipes that kids will love. Ancestralize Me! (www.ancestralizeme.com) Laura is a graduate student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, pursuing a Masters in Public Health Nutrition (MPH-RD) and runs the blog, Ancestralize Me! Her insightful posts always impress
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