Hey all – we’re back with episode two, but not without some serious technical difficulties and trials along the way. We weathered a serious snowstorm here (8″ in just a few hours) and some digital gremlins to bring this week’s episode of “The Food Lovers Dish It” to you. Here is the overview of topics we cover this week.
0:00 – Technical difficulties you need to hear to believe
3:00 – Desserts galore – local taste testers needed (and a caveat)
7:10 – Primal Fuel review
13:30 – Hayley tries bacon for the first time in years
18:40 – The impact of fast food cheats on paleo
24:34 – How much alcohol (and what type) is allowed?
26:30 – Advice on eliminating sweets after dinner
30:15 – Ideas for maintaining proper nutrition in paleo kids
33:50 – Our fitness / workouts, and things we do for “play”
42:30 – What to expect when starting paleo
45:45 – Tips on saving money on groceries, reducing food waste, and keeping food fresh
51:00 – Gratitude, upcoming guests
Links we mentioned:
- Robb Wolf – Training at 39
- Primal Fuel
- “Bacon is rad” T shirts by Balanced Bites
- Amazing Grass
- Crossfit Pittsburgh
- Crossfit Confluence
- Physique Rx’d
- Rocky Mountain Organic Meats
- Cave Girl Eats
As always, enjoy!
Enjoying the show looking forward to future episodes. Will you be guys be adding your show to Stitcher? If you had not consider it can I make the recommendation?
Keep up the good work and the the great recipes…
Thanks Fudo –
We have not heard of Stitcher, but we will look into it! Glad to hear you are enjoying the show. We'll be recording interviews tonight with two of our future guests (Rod Morrison, of Rocky Mountain Organic Meats; and Cave Girl Eats). If you have any suggestions for episode topics or have any questions you'd like us to field – please let us know.
Thanks for the praise!
Hayley, what exactly to you add to the Primal fuel when making a shake? Also, have you tried his vanilla flavor?
When I use the Primal Fuel I like to add a cup of ice, and some water and a bit of coconut milk and blend it all together.
Other great options would be a cup of frozen berries and almond milk or just water. It's also great just shaken with water.
We have not tried the Vanilla, but I'm sure it is delicious. The dark chocolate is to die for!
Hmm,sounds good thanks Hayley!
BTW: When you say "a bit" of coconut milk..2tbsp..1/4 cup?? Also, can coconut milk be frozen after opening a can?
I think I used 1/2 of a cup of coconut milk. Yes, coconut milk can be frozen (we make our ice cream out of it, actually). You could even fill ice cube trays with it, and use the cubes for your smoothies.
Okay, great! Thanks so much:)