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  1. Hey all, I need some advice and ideas. I work 60+ hours a week, basically from 7:30a to 9:30p with very little time to eat during the day. I do get breaks but not really enough for anything complicated. I have all day Sunday available to cook and do my house-hold chores. That being said, I eat out a lot. Which is bad. I need to start eating better but I keep coming up with the excuse that "I don't have time". Basically, I wake up, get ready for work, eat out, come home, brush teeth and straight to bed. One of my jobs is at a health food store which is great because at least my options can be o
  2. Other people are welcome to add to this recipe book, but I thought it would be good to have a thread full of easy meals.
  3. THAT DONT INCLUDE CHICKEN BREAST, STEAK, OR ZOODLES. Not that there's anything wrong with those things, but Holy Pinterest, I need some variety. And walking around money.
  4. I'm currently a student and I travel between my parents' home and my boyfriend's home multiple times per week. Their eating-habits aren't exactly bad, but they're not that great either. At my bf's it's usually me who cooks. I'm also reliant on homemade lunch because we don't have a cafeteria or restaurant near the school and even the supermarket is ridiculously small for the number of people frequenting it. We're lucky we have one microwave for a student-body of probably more than 500. Problem #1: Breakfast It takes me a long time to get going in the mornings, so I don't have
  5. Here's something I've been making. What do you think? Ingredients 1 package of fresh spinach 250 grams of ground chicken breast 100 grams of grated cheese crushed red pepper to taste Directions 1. Cut the spinach up small. 2. Mix everything in a big bowl. 3. Make patties and cook them in a frying pan. Subsitutions If ground chicken breast doesn't exist near you, just use eggs. The point is simply to keep the spinach all together in a patty. If you don't want to make it spicy you can skip the red pepper and just us
  6. ...who wanted to rank among the best. These are my some of favorite characters. I have read their story, played their game, watched their show. They are who I strive to be and turn to for motivation. And thus, begins my story. :o) Main Story Quests: Achieve the Splits, Go Down to 18% Body Fat, Eat Healthier This Year: Horizon 2017 Dawn ~ Trophy Guide and Roadmap 2016 Challenges: Team RWBY Training, Overwatch Team Training 2017 Challenges: X-men
  7. So, after reading and trying to cook more Paleo-ish in the kitchen for the past couple of months, I have decided that I need a place to store all my newly experimented Paleo-friendly recipes somewhere on NF so that I can refer back easily and possible share them with fellow rebels who are looking for easy & tasty recipe ideas. The recipes here follow Paleo principles (i.e. no grains, legumes, processed sugar/food, starchy stuff, dairy, & alcohol). Also, because my own dietary constraints, I don't cook anything with beef, lamb, pork, bacon, or any other type of red meat. Eating and
  8. Hey guys! Does anyone have good ideas for food that makes good leftovers? I'm a student and I work part time, so I'll often have either no time or large chunks of time in which to make food. I'm trying to make more food as it's easier to go paleo and it's cheaper that way, so what are your favourite meals to make that can be made in bulk and reheated? There's a microwave at work and at uni, so that's good, but I don't have one at home, so it makes reheating take more time at night. Things that are good cold work, too.
  9. I basically went off of this recipe, but made some changes. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/paula-deen/fluffy-sweet-potato-biscuits-recipe.html 3/4 cup cooked mashed sweet potato (about 1 large sweet potato) 1/3 to 1/2 cup almond milk 1 1/2 cups buckwheat flour, plus more for dusting (I'm sure it would also work with corn flour, spelt flour, or whatever other flours you wanted) 2 tablespoons honey/maple syrup/agave syrup 1 tablespoon baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 6 tablespoons cold unsalted butter, cut into small bits (you could totally use whatever fat/oil you wanted) A few tablespoons o
  10. So this is based on a recipe from an amazing Vietnamese cook book I have. It's all 'home food' that this guy makes. I've gone with that recipe and added. I have no idea if fish sauce is paleo. It is! I just looked it up. http://thepaleolist.com/2013/11/15/is-fish-sauce-paleo/ In Vietnam, this is a dish to eat any time, other than breakfast. I ate it with rice noodles, on toast, on it's own....it's just basically a twist on scrambled eggs. Eggs (.5 of a teaspoon for each egg for the next two things) fish sauce palm sugar/brown sugar/agave syrup (or leave it out, but it does add a cer
  11. I can't stand the taste of water. What's something fast, easy, healthy, and doesn't mold easily? I try to keep herbal tea going, but it's a PITA to keep up with and I get sick of it. Powdered drink mix is either heavy on sugar or it has a disgusting fake sugar in it.
  12. Hey, all! Wanted to share some of my favorite go-to recipes as I get inspired. These are things I often cook in bulk so I've got a quick something to heat-up when I get home late and would be vulnerable to temptation. This one is my favorite healthy soup. One batch is about 1250 calories and makes about 11-12 cups, depending how much extra water you add - about 110 calories/cup. I usually double it. And the red pepper makes it nice and spicy. Lentil & Sausage Soup 1/4 cup olive oil, divided 1/2 lb of ground sausage (original recipe called for 4 large links of sweet Italian saus
  13. Just threw this together tonight as my first paleo dish, and it turned out to be pretty nice! It makes 2 decent size servings, depending on the amount of veg you throw in. I kind of just chopped up as much of everything as I thought would be nice, so feel free to experiment! Anyway, you will need: 500g diced chicken breast 1 small onion 3 cloves of garlic 1 chilli (this is optional, I prefer my dishes spicy but feel free to leave it out/add more!) Quarter of a red pepper 3 pak choi leaves A few thin strips of butternut squash A small bit of red cabbage A few green beans (not strictly pale
  14. You really only need one special ingredient for this, and that is adobo sauce. You can pick up a can of chipotles in adobo in the Hispanic section of the grocery. Or, you can make your own strictly Paleo adobo sauce found on the website below. (Recipe from OnePotPaleo.com) 10 strips of bacon 4 boneless chicken breasts 1 medium onion 1 tsp cumin 2 TBL of adobo sauce (if you like the heat, go ahead and chop up one or two of the chipotles too) Get out your massive pan. Don't have one yet? Go buy a really good one. Mine is a pan made for frying chicken. I use it for everything that doesn't g
  15. So I have this friend that has been working out and trying to get fit and I think I've almost convinced her to eat Paleo, or at least stick her toe in the water! She wants some easy yummy paleo recipes she can whip up for dinner because who wants to spend all night cooking dinner? I dunno about you guys but I'm hungry when I get home from work and I wanna eat! So I'm hoping you paleo's can give us some recipes that are tried tested and true to be both delicious and efficient (fast). I'm thinking the key to success might be cooking in advance and then it either being something that can be
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