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Paleo CrockPot needed!

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From memory,

Ancho chili beef


Ancho chilis

A strong cup of coffee


Salt pepper

I think I threw in a pear when I made it.

Season the beef. Prep the anchos and blend them with the coffee, honey, (and pear in my case). Put beef in crock and pour the stuff over. Turn on until tender. Should be about 8-9 hours low, or about 4-5 on high. You could also bed the pot with chopped onions and carrots.

Edit: recipe seems incomplete, might need an acid. Lemon juice? Vinegar? The coffee serves to bring together sweet and sour.

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Also from memory.

Pull chicken chili.

Essential ingredients;

Chicken breasts and/or thighs

A beer

Chili powder

Tomato paste

Diced tomatoes or a tub of salsa

Heat source. I use Chipotle peppers in Adobe sauce. Also contains garlic and pepper. Augment if not using Adobe sauce.


Dried Onion or coconut flour to thicken.

Extra stuff you can throw in to make more like chili;





Weird stuff I throw in some times;

Shredded coconut

Cocoa powder

Instant coffee




About 10 hours on low if chicken is frozen. Pull chicken out when tender, shred and mix back in.

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This week I made a beef roast seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic, rosemary and thyme.


I added a little bit of vegetable broth (this could be beef broth, I just didn't know what protein was on sale when I was buying broth)


I then diced up 2 carrots, 2 sweet potatoes, a container of mushrooms, and an onion.


Left it on low while I was at work, and came home to a fantastic meal.

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