Forget the sugary juices, sweet teas, and drink mixes. Refresh with fruit flavored water for a healthy, Paleo-friendly summer.
If you don’t want something sweet and are looking for a light tasting drink, then this beverage is perfect for you!
At some point you’re going to be invited to a non-Paleo event this summer where you’re asked to bring a dish to share. It’s unavoidable.
Naturally, you decide to bring a Paleo dish so you know you’ll have something to eat. Of course you want to stay Paleo, but maybe you don’t want to make a thing out of your dietary choices.But what can you bring that will still be appealing to others without a big explanation?
The hot days of summer are right around the corner now that we’ve passed the milestone of Memorial Day!
Forget the sugary juices, sweet teas, and drink mixes. You’ll want to refresh with fruit flavored water for a healthy, Paleo-friendly summer.
If you enjoy sour flavors and don’t like your drinks sweet, then this beverage is perfect for you!
This post will be fast and simple, just like this salmon recipe. Let’s get to it, shall we?
Easy Paleo Canned Salmon Recipe
I was looking for creative, new ways to enjoy my homemade beef bone broth one afternoon when I was inspired to fuse East & West in this simple soup recipe.
I had started with a basic French Onion recipe but knew I wanted to add some protein to it. That’s when I recalled an egg drop soup recipe I had seen somewhere.All I had to do was...
This recipe creates a very flavorful, tender steak that’s perfect for slicing up and topping a salad. This steak can be prepared in large quantities ahead of time and pre-packaged into single servings for ready-to-eat proteins during a busy week. In fact, you could use a variety of proteins with this marinade. Prep 2 or 3 meats at once (in separate containers) if you’re prone to food fatigue from eating the same thing multiple times in a week.