March 6, 2012
- Cultured Caveman food cart in the NE Alberta St & 15th Ave food cart pod.
ALL food here is Paleo.
- Dick's Kitchen
3312 SE Belmont St
Portland Oregon 97214
Has Paleo options- not all menu items are Paleo.
- Podnah's Pit Barbeque
1625 NE Killingsworth St
Portland Oregon 97211
Amazing brisket, pulled porked, collard greens, coleslaw. Again, can find options to make a Paleo meal.
Other places to get food or groceries
- New Seasons Markets http://www.newseasonsmarket.com/
- Zupan's Markets http://www.zupans.com/
- PSU Farmer's Market
Paleo Meetup Groups in Portland
Crossfit / Primal Fitness
March 5, 2012
I love going out to Sauvie Island to pick fresh produce! So many great farms to get such great fresh and local produce!
The Alberta Cooperative Grocery store (across the street from Cultured Caveman) is also a great little locally owned store to get some great Paleo friendly foods! Cultured Caveman is also opening another food cart at 41st and Hawthorne!
The ** you don't have permission to see this link ** is a great place to good. Good food and a good atmosphere! I've heard that Burgerville has good burgers, but I haven't personally eaten there.
Nora Gedgaudas, author of Primal Body, Primal Mind lives in Portland as well as Denise Minger who writes a ** you don't have permission to see this link **
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** you don't have permission to see this link ** is another local Paleo blog!
** you don't have permission to see this link ** is a great resource for finding and buying fresh local produce, eggs, seafood, meat, and poultry.
March 5, 2012
I agree about Sauvie Island! Great place to bike ride, too!
Also, thank you for posting the meetups! I had no idea.
Cultured Caveman is opening a cart in SE in October… SE Hawthorne and 41st!
** you don't have permission to see this link ** – a farm to table restaurant in SE.
Other places to get food/groceries:
Some neighborhoods have a grocery buying club. Do a Google search. I know of one in Lents. You can get local produce, eggs, meat, and good quality groceries for a cheaper price because we are buying in bulk as a club.
** you don't have permission to see this link ** – not organic but local veggies for a good price.
** you don't have permission to see this link **
** you don't have permission to see this link ** – best place to get spices… all natural and no additives! We have three locations around the metro area.
Trader Joe's – we have multiple in the metro area
Whole Foods – we have multiple in the metro area
We are very lucky to have many markets around the metro area. You can pretty much shop a market on each day of the week, if you wanted. You can find the listing here: ** you don't have permission to see this link **
** you don't have permission to see this link ** – you can volunteer here! A great resource right within the city limits. Great place for kids!
** you don't have permission to see this link ** I reference this blog a ton for Paleo friendly or options at local restaurants.
October 20, 2013
I agree with all of the above posts!
I wanted to add another farm to the list. I recently went to ** you don't have permission to see this link ** and got 40+ pounds of meat from grass-fed cows. This a unique experience because you can actually help slaughter and clean the animal. It's one thing to eat like a caveman, but quite another to hunt like one! They also raise chicken, duck, rabbit, goats, seafood, and fruits and veggies. Great paleo resource!
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