It’s part of our routine to cook food, experiment with spices & herbs and indulge in flavors we can sustain ourselves through the many activities we conduct. In today’s modern societies, Earthians have diverse ethnic restaurants from several countries in the world in your city or town. Even the United States food company called, “Yum”, have targeted international countries to sell American fast food around the world. Fast food is cheap food.
Shouldn’t we market to Earthians quality organic ingredients that truly nourish our bodies. Instead, we’ve been televising McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Burger King, Wendy’s and other fast-food chain restaurants every day on commercial television. How does a country represent fast-food restaurants on television as our main food source? Probably has to do with money and the magnitude of consumers.
The Paleo Diet aka Caveman Diet, Stone Age Diet, or hunter-gatherer diet. I refer to it as the “Paleo Nutrition.” The way of harvesting wild plants, animals, herbs, roots, and vegetables. During the Paleolithic era, humans didn’t eat processed foods or high fructose corn syrup or artificial sugars.
Taking part in the Paleo Nutrition will improve your health by eating organic vegetables, grass-fed meats, organic fruits, nuts, and oils. In 2013, the Paleo Nutrition was Google’s most searched for a weight-loss program.
Get ready Earthians, to have your mouth-watering with the abundance of food ideas from the Paleo Nutrition. I want to share with you the recipes I receive from Paleo cookbooks. That help me learn new cooking styles and a well-nourished way to keep eating healthy every day. I’m open to dialog about your food culture and cooking tips. We’re all in it together to share good food.
‘m using this cookbook now called Paleo Leap. I highly recommended this cookbook, it has a variety of cooking recipes, ingredient lists, and roasting temperatures for cooking meats, how to make butter ghee, and much to learn about Paleo lifestyle of cooking.
– Espe Ndombe, Paleo Cooker + Paleo Blogger
Sample Paleo Recipes from Paleo Leap
1. Beef Brisket
- Preheat your oven to 350 F.
- Heat a large oven proof skillet or dutch oven over a medium-high heat, season the meat with salt and pepper and brown in the hot skil- let with some cooking fat for about 4 minutes per side.
- Add the garlic, apple cider vinegar, parsley as well as the tomatoes and stock and bring to a boil.
- Return the brisket to the skillet or dutch oven and place in the oven, covered, for about 2 1⁄2 hours, until the meat is fork tender.
- Set the brisket aside, reduce the heat to medium and add some cooking fat (if needed). Cook the onions with the celery until browned, about 10 minutes, stirring frequently.
- Combine the lemon juice with the olive oil and dried oregano in a bowl and season with sea salt and black pepper to taste
- Mount the lamb steak pieces on skewers and place them in the marinade and in the refrigerator for 4 hours,
- Preheat your BBQ on medium-high and cook the lamb kebabs for about 4 minutes on each side, until cooked to your liking.