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Old 05-03-2012, 07:51 PM   #461
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I have a paleo chili about to be turned on in my crock pot.

1.5lbs ground beef
package of sausage
2 jalapenos
red pepper
large onion
chili seasoning
8oz can of pasta sauce
28oz can of diced tomatoes
about 4tsp of honey
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brown beef, sausage, peppers, onion in skillet then throw everything together and cook on low for about 6-8 hours. Everything at this point is cooked and tastes amazing but I guess the crockpot mixes all the flavors better
awesome. thanks for posting this man. going to make this!
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Old 05-03-2012, 08:04 PM   #462
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awesome. thanks for posting this man. going to make this!
going to eat it in about 20 minutes. I'll post a pic. It taste so good and it's got a nice spice to it and it has yet to burn my butthole. What I forgot to mention is cook the sausage almost all the way then throw them in a food processor to make it ground beef sized. Or you can cut it into circles or however you prefer.

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Old 05-03-2012, 08:09 PM   #463
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ok cool, I'll go with circles. I have some freshly killed wild boar sausage.
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Old 05-03-2012, 08:21 PM   #464
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ok cool, I'll go with circles. I have some freshly killed wild boar sausage.
Crazy texans lol
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Old 05-03-2012, 08:43 PM   #465
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Cheerios and skim for breakfast with a sugar free red bull

For lunch some co-workers took me out for my bday earlier in the week. I had a salad consisting of spinach, romaine, edamame, carrots, dried cranberries, garbanzo beans, broccoli, sliced almonds, and a miso ginger dressing. Also had a flatbread with mozzarella, cilantro, red onions, pineapple and ham.

For an afternoon snack I had an apple with PB.

1/2 protein shake pre workout.

drinking a protein shake now, post workout.

Dinner will be a chicken cutlet with some kind of spicy sauce, a spring mix salad, some grilled vegetables and some sushi from San Sai.
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Old 05-06-2012, 07:32 PM   #466
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Home made honey buffalo chicken wings.

Boiled wings for 15 minutes.
Put in over and turned the broiler on to crisp them up on each side and then just mixed franks redhot and honey heated it up then tossed the wings with in it. It came out very good.
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Of course I forgot to upload the pic and the app won't let you edit it in
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Here's what you do.

Buy

3lbs stew beef
1 large onion or more if you like
2-3 sweet potatoes
little bag of baby carrots
12oz beef broth

Cut up veggies and toss everything in the crock pot on low for like 8-10hrs and add whatever spices you want. I put crushed red pepper, salt, pepper, and garlic. When it's done I mix in a little flour or cornstarch to thicken it up otherwise it's watery. The beef will fall apart and just be shredded throughout which is better because it soaks up the juices. It's so easy and you will have like 7 bowls full. I ate this sh1t all week and it's got everything I need in it.
I'm making this today.....just added everything into the crockpot. I decided to add 3 stalks of celery (cut up) and when I get home I'll add corn and peas. I'll post some pictures later.
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Old 05-07-2012, 09:25 AM   #469
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I'm making this today.....just added everything into the crockpot. I decided to add 3 stalks of celery (cut up) and when I get home I'll add corn and peas. I'll post some pictures later.
Should turn out good. I add a little flour to thicken it up. It may look watery when you get home.
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Stew is cooking. I figure I get about 5 meals out of this
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Just made a post workout sandwich.
Gluten free bread, natty PB, no sugar added jam. tastes good man. Having it with glutamine for dat der muscle recovery
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Just made a post workout sandwich.
Gluten free bread, natty PB, no sugar added jam. tastes good man. Having it with glutamine for dat der muscle recovery
I may have to check this out
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Came out awesome.....this is a shot prior to me adding more corn starch to thicken the whole thing. I added ground chipotle, as well, for some smokiness/spice and also added some bay leaves. Obviously there is corn and peas in there, too. Cooked it on low for 8 or 9 hours in a crockpot and then transferred to the heavy iron pot to add the thickener and corn/peas. Used 3.4lbs of beef that I cut up myself, a whole yellow onion, two big sweet potatoes, a bunch of minced garlic, CRP, S&P, and organic beef stock.
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Came out awesome.....this is a shot prior to me adding more corn starch to thicken the whole thing. I added ground chipotle, as well, for some smokiness/spice and also added some bay leaves. Obviously there is corn and peas in there, too. Cooked it on low for 8 or 9 hours in a crockpot and then transferred to the heavy iron pot to add the thickener and corn/peas. Used 3.4lbs of beef that I cut up myself, a whole yellow onion, two big sweet potatoes, a bunch of minced garlic, CRP, S&P, and organic beef stock.
good to hear man. Very good cals in there. I should put a twist on my next batch too.
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Nice! I'll have to do one of these soon.
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Worked my ass off tonight and do this hahah. I couldn't resist. I tosses some spinach on it so that makes it healthy lol
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So the wife wanted buffalo wild wings for lunch. I had 8 spicy garlic boneless wings 20 weight watchers points. Uggghh


For dinner though. Quarter head of lettuce green pepper onion jalapeņos tossed with Parmesan cheese black pepper and franks hot sauce. A turkey burger with a slice of cheese jalapeņos green pepper lettuce and mayo on white toast. 15 points. Taste so much better and I am stuffed.
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How's this for paleo





Figure this is a good clip for anyone that wants to cry about the fat and cholesterol

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How's this for paleo

12oz grasfed beef, 4 strips bacon, 2 eggs, 3 tsp coconut oil. Lol 1g of carbs.






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Is there a site you guys use for paleo? I want to look more into it but there's so much info in different places...looking for easy recipes that are either protein heavy or 1:1 P:C.

Anybody?
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