Review: The Good Dish-Positively Primal

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Review by Erin Van Genderen Originally featured in our Aug/Sept 2014 issue   With a busy week ahead, the thought of pre-prepared, perfectly portioned meals arriving on the doorstep assuages all kinds of stress: stress over what to eat when there’s no time to grocery shop; stress over maintaining healthy eating habits when time and […]

Review: The Big Fat Surprise

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Review by Erin Van Genderen Originally featured in our Aug/Sept 2014 issue   Finally – A mainstream book praising all the best fats, the saturated ones like tallow, lard, butter and coconut oil. Written by investigative reporter Nina Teicholz, The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat & Cheese Belong in A Healthy Diet traces the […]

Review: Tessemae’s

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Review by Erin Van Genderen Originally featured in our Aug/Sept 2014 issue   It’s difficult to trust even the most ardent professions of “all-natural” ingredients these days, particularly when it comes to sauces and dressings. Somehow, it’s easy to sneak in unwholesome ingredients into our what should be a simple oil-and-vinegar salad dressing, or a […]

Review: Kasandrinos Olive Oils

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Review by Erin Van Genderen Originally featured in our Aug/Sept 2014 issue   Quality fats from reputable sources can be difficult to come by. The process of hydrogenation has made even honest lipids susceptible to some scrutiny. So when a company emerges with a focus on purity and transparency in the creation of their product, […]

Review: Dang Coconut Chips

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Review by Erin Van Genderen Originally featured in our Aug/Sept 2014 issue   Dang Foods was born in the kitchen. Founder Vincent Kitirattagarn grew up eating his mother’s authentic Thai recipes gathered from her childhood in Bangkok, and developed an early appreciation for the diversity of flavor in the many cultures of the world. As […]

Review: Beautiful Practice by Frank Forencich

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Review by Erin Van Genderen Originally featured in our Aug/Sept 2014 issue   Beautiful Practice: A Whole-Life Approach to Health, Performance And The Human Predicament Frank Forencich has an answer to how to meet the challenges of modern life, be they from ecological destruction, debilitating stress or the spread of disease. The suffering of our […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 45: Kyle Maynard, No Excuses, and Paleo Grilling Pt 1 The History of Meat and Fire

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How many times have you thought about doing something—something difficult; something challenging; something thrilling; perhaps a thing that you’ve wanted to do your whole life—but as quickly as that thought emerged, an excuse popped in as well. Every day we make excuses. I don’t have enough time. I don’t have enough energy. I’m not in […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 44: Hilary Bromberg, going off the grid, and Barefoot Provisions

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Have you ever wanted to just walk away from everything? The appeal of going back to the land, getting off the grid, and growing your own food can be strong, especially in these troubled times. We are constantly bombarded with useless information. Our food is, for the most part, crap, and our artificial surroundings lack […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 43: Leslie Klenke, the author of Paleo Girl, and Liz Wolfe with Real Food Radio Bites

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Being a kid is great.  You hop out of bed first thing in the morning, slam a bowl of sugary cereal, and you’re off to take on the world. You get to take naps at school, you can play all day with your friends, and you’re put to bed early so you’re always ready and […]

Paleo on a Budget

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By: Gabi Moskowitz Perhaps one of the most common reasons people shy away from Paleo eating is what is often perceived as a prohibitively expensive price tag. “Grass-fed,” “Pasture-Raised,” and “Organic” signal one big red flag to the budget-conscious shopper: “Too Expensive!” But with a few simple swaps and a little extra effort and planning, […]