Sounds like you've found a way to do paleo inexpensively and well!My only comment is that modern fruit tends to be lower in vitamin C than wild fruit. You might consider a vitamin C supplement - though with the rare meat, it may be unnecessary.
For steak, I also find that strip steaks with adequate fat are superior to rib eyes.In my opinion, rib meat is best consumed as part of a rib roast with the ribs on. When cooked with the ribs down, this allows the cooking to penetrate to the connective tissue that's below the outermost layer of meat, which helps make that connective tissue tender, while the bones protect the meat on the bone side and allow it to stay rare.As a result, I've pretty much given up on rib eye steaks and boneless rib roasts. If I want less expensive steak, I go for top sirloin.
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