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, […]

Episode 36: Liz Wolfe, Real Food, Why You Should “Eat the Yolks”, and Paleo Boot Camp Week 4

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In this episode we’re talking with the amazing Liz Wolfe, author of Eat the Yolks. Liz is a firebrand in the Paleo community, and she’s really an awesome person. Plus, she’s got some really cute goats, which is pretty cool. We’re going to talking to Liz about her book and about how she got into this whole […]

The Evolution of Cultured Caveman

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From Food Carts to Restaurant Dreams By: Erin Van Genderen     For Joe Ban and Heather Hunter, their work is a culmination of their passions. They opened the first 100% Paleo-friendly food cart on the west coast in 2012 and called it the Cultured Caveman, and soon after opened two more carts around Portland, […]

Episode 21: What Food Labels Mean for Your Meat

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Host Tony Federico talks withDavid Maren, founder of Tendergrass Farms. David wrote a series of articles explaining food labels for MarksDailyApple.com and Tony speaks with him about the implications of food labeling for pork, poultry, and beef products. In the second half of the show, Tony’s friend Tim Bryant discusses how a Paleo style diet and a high […]

Episode 15: Finding your Primal Balance with Kendall Kendrick NTP

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Have you ever dreamed of growing your own food? Who doesn’t want perfectly fresh vegetables plucked straight from the earth, eggs gathered right before breakfast and the primal pleasure of digging into the ground and getting dirty? But do you find this dream crushed by the fact that you don’t live on a farm? In […]