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Messages - PaleoDavid
« on: October 10, 2012, 02:52:49 PM »
So, if I understand you correctly you are saying you are only eating food that can be eaten raw, but you are cooking it. Correct? Is the reason you eat no coconut or olive oil because they are processed?
To be honest i eat my veggies all cooked even spinach.So basically im eating everything cooked don't know anything about it just tastes better for me and i trust my body since im fully paleo.
Defrosting a chuck roast as I type. Ate some ground beef last night. Delicious, but definitely lean. I usually put a bit of coconut oil or tallow down before browning meat, and I did so as per usual. However, I had to add a bit more as it was cooking, because the meat released very little fat. I kept it simple and added onions, a bit of sea salt, fresh ground pepper, and a bit of ground cayenne. Tasty. I can't wait to try the roast, which I will be making stew with in a slow cooker.
While I do know plenty of ripped Crossfit folks locally, I do have to say a good portion of the folks on the Crossfit games didn't get that way from doing Crossfit. They picked it up as a sport when they were already beasts.
Yeah, I'll try it for sure. I'll be making a farm-visit soon. And the pic is from their website.
You may prefer a higher fat content but they are still being raised & fed well. Maybe not perfect but still very very good. I would try them for some variety and see what you think. pic!
I found a local farm that appears to be raising grass-fed, no anti-biotics, bad stuff, etc. but they bill their grass-fed as being lower-fat, lower-cholesterol; and I'm not certain that is a good thing. The claims are based on the breed of cattle they raise: McCallie Highland Coos. What are your thoughts?
(The Coos are pretty aren't they?!)