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Who Are We?
We are Holley and Raj. We both like to cook. We like to eat. We are funny (we tell each other all the time). Oh, and we’re both single! You can read all about the dynamic duo that makes up our team here.
What is the “Paleo” Diet?
Not sure what the paleo diet is? How is the “primal” or “lacto-paleo” diet different? What are our thoughts on this and why? Read about all that here.
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Recipes: The Basics
There are some core recipes that you’ll want to be aware of when transitioning to the paleo/primal/“evolutionary” diet such as: rice, mashed faux-tatoes, ketchup, breakfast sausages, whipped coconut cream, butter chicken, hummus, baked apple, lemon meringue pie, mayo, ranch dressing, guacamole, “cheesy” crackers, etc.
Recipes: Unique Combinations
Although we enjoy paleoizing classic recipes, we are both creative and playful in the kitchen using unusual “marriages of culinary genius”. A few of the interesting recipes that we think you should take a look at are:
- bacon banana eggs
- bacon-wrapped onion rings
- rhubarb banana crisp
- peach chili wings
- chocolate bacon banana bread
- cherry pesto
- chili chocolate zucchini bread
- Raj’s many omelettes
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