Happy Thanksgiving! For many of you out there, cooking starts bright and early. Or maybe you’re heading to the family’s for dinner, in which case you have a little bit more time. Either way, if you’re still looking for that life-saving recipe, we’ve got you covered.
Eat like a caveman this Thanksgiving with this second installment of the WellnessFX Holiday Recipe Series. The following meat dishes use natural ingredients that will leave you feeling stuffed, not guilty!
Do something different with your Thanksgiving turkey with our first meat recipe from the The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook by Alissa Segersten and Tom Malterre. As a note, dried figs can replace fresh ones.
Now that you’ve signed up for our first Webinar featuring Ashley Tudor, author of Sweet Potato Power, it’s time to try out one of her recipes! It’s a beautiful thing to see two Paleo powerhouses, sweet potatoes and chicken, on the same plate!
While the popular Sunset Cookbook isn’t Paleo, they have some relevant recipes if you know how to look and where to make the appropriate (and easy) substitutions. Here’s a delicious version of honey-glazed ham, a Thanksgiving favorite.
Straight from Practical Paleo: A Customized Approach to Health and a Whole-Foods Lifestyle comes this festive duck recipe. It works with either leg or breast.
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