Vegetable Feast — Mulch, Chives, and Tool Supply

By | November 9th, 2018|Articles, Featured Slider|

Frank Hyman has a BS in horticulture and design from NCSU. He was an organic farmer and an Integrated Pest Management scout in the 1980s. He co-founded two community gardens

How to Achieve a Quality Paleo Diet for Cheap

By | June 19th, 2018|Articles, Featured Slider|

As part of the Paleo world, the biggest complaint I hear is, “The food is too expensive! I can’t afford to stay on the diet.” My family of four eats

The Environment Working Group’s 2018 Dirty Dozen List

By | April 17th, 2018|Featured Slider|

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has released their updated 2018 “Clean Fifteen” and “Dirty Dozen” lists. These lists track which non-organic produce have been found to be relatively free of

Beef Stew

By | December 5th, 2016|Articles, Featured Slider, Paleo Dinner Recipes, Paleo Recipes|

Cooking a good beef stew is like painting a picture. There are so many delicious layers of flavor that come together to make the stew: the saltiness from the bacon,

Veggie Egg Squares

By | March 30th, 2016|Paleo Breakfast Recipes, Paleo Lunch Recipes, Paleo Recipes, Paleo Snacks|

My kids enjoy these simple and healthy squares both warm and cold, making them great make-ahead snacks or lunch box additions. Yield: 16 squares Ingredients: 2 TBSP ghee, coconut oil

Learn To Love Your Veggies

By | February 8th, 2016|Melani Schweder, Paleo Bloggers|

Most people think that going Paleo means eating a ton of meat, with a side of butter and no dessert. But in truth, the primal lifestyle includes a diet that

Plant-Based Paleo by Jenna Zoe -Striking the perfect balance

By | June 9th, 2015|Articles|

A recent article about the benefits of combining a traditional Paleo diet with a healthy vegan plan has set the Paleo-sphere abuzz. Whether or not you take the “Pegan” concept

Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer Review

By | December 10th, 2014|Articles|

Look back in the annals of food history and you won’t have to go far to see evidence of what we might call “juicing” in our ancestral heritage. Early pioneers