Friday, July 23, 2010

The Paleo Rodeo #018

By Diana Hsieh

Welcome to this week's edition of The Paleo Rodeo!

The Paleo Rodeo is a weekly blog carnival featuring the best paleo-related posts by members of the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. The past editions are collected on this page.

What is "paleo"? As I say in Modern Paleo Principles:

A "paleo" approach to health uses the evolutionary history of homo sapiens, plus the best of modern science, as a broad framework for guiding daily choices about diet, fitness, medicine, and supplementation. The core of paleo is the diet: it eschews grains, sugars, and modern vegetable oils in favor of high-quality meat, fish, eggs, and vegetables.
The purpose of The Paleo Rodeo is to highlight some of the best blogging of the ever-growing paleosphere.

Here is this week's edition:
Dennis Ryan presents Slow Cooking Carnitas (aka Pork Butt!) posted at Paleo Eats, saying, "Great mexican dish made from the pork shoulder served paleo-style (w/o corn/flour tortilla)!"

Benjamin Skipper presents CR: Endangered Species' 88% posted at Musing Aloud, saying, "My take on Endangered Species' 88% cocao bars. It's good for sweetened/bitter chocolate, but I personally like a stronger vanilla note and creamier mouthfeel."

Dan Gregory presents Moving forward posted at The Red Pill, saying, "A couple thoughts Ironman, food, The China Study and a few pictures!"

Amy Kubal presents I Really Want to Eat Paleo But... posted at Fuel As Rx.

Nell Stephenson presents Attention Athletes: Paleo Carbo Loading posted at TrainWithNellie.

Todd Dosenberry presents My Top 10 Primal/Paleo Snacks posted at Toad's Primal Journey, saying, "Having a few snack items ready on hand is perfect for those times when you just do not have a lot of time or need to tie yourself over before dinner. Find out what my top 10 favorite primal/paleo snacks are and leave a comment with yours!"

Paul Jaminet presents Bowel Disease, Part II: Healing the Gut By Eliminating Food Toxins posted at Perfect Health Diet, saying, "This post discusses why a modified Paleo diet may be the key to overcoming bowel diseases."

Josephine Svendblad presents Crustless Primal Quiche posted at Nutty Kitchen, saying, "We make it as a power source for breakfast or sometimes lunch. You’re certainly welcome to enjoy it as dinner with a nice side of salad also. The best part is that you can use any left over protein or vegetables to make this dish a success – so go for it and experiment!"

Marc presents Sashimi, Salad and a Silly Band Queen posted at Feel Good Eating, saying, "Sashimi at home"

David Lewis presents Rediscovering Cast Iron Cookware posted at Modern Paleo, saying, "Rediscover the simplicity and versatility of cast iron cookware!"

Dan presents Free Radicals: Why They Matter posted at At Darwin's Table, saying, "This blog post is about free radicals and why the hell they matter when it comes to our health!!!"

Richard Nikoley presents MovNat Day 5: The Gauntlet and a Wrap posted at Free The Animal, saying, "Move as nature intended. My MovNat experience. Five post series."
Many thanks to the PaleoBloggers who submitted to this edition of the The Paleo Rodeo! I hope to see this blog carnival grow in the future. If you blog on paleo-related matters and you'd like to submit your posts to the carnival, please subscribe to the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. You'll receive instructions and reminders via that list.

Finally, you can find all of the blogs of the PaleoBloggers on this continuously-updated list:

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