“The Paleo diet is not a historical reenactment.” We hear this phrase over and over, most often in defense of modern foods like nut flours and butters, or the occasional square of dark chocolate. But what if it could be? What if there were a tasty, portable snack that could help bridge the gap between modern cave people and our Paleolithic ancestors?
The next time the “modern food” issue comes up in a debate, toss
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