A. Five sets of:
Snatch + Overhead Squat x 3 reps
Rest 2-3 minutes between sets
B. Three rounds for time of:
15 Ring Dips
Here are all the good foods you can have for breakfast. Dig in!
Tell us which one was your favorite.
A. Five sets of:
Hang Clean x 3 reps
Rest 2-3 minutes
B. Four sets of:
Mountain Climbers x 30 seconds
Rest 30 seconds
Battling Ropes x 30 seconds
Rest 30 seconds
Paleo Raspberry Mousse:
3 Cups Raspberries
2-3 tablespoons honey
5 egg whites
1. Blend raspberries in blender, and sieve to remove seeds. Then add honey to taste.
2. Whisk egg whites into soft peaks.
3. Fold the raspberry/honey mixture into the egg whites. Be careful not to whisk as this will flatten the egg whites.
After a while in the fridge the mousse separated a bit and there was raspberry juice at the bottom of the ramekins. To reduce this effect add half a cup of thick coconut cream to the raspberry mixture prior to folding with the egg whites.
Welcome to our first episode of “Paleo Style”!
With this little series, we want to give you ideas and strategies on making paleo cooking interesting, varied, and fun. We also want to show you how to modify traditional recipes to make them paleo friendly. If you know any you’d like us to attempt, let us know.
In this episode we take a recipe for Oysters Rockefeller from here: All Recipes
and adapt it to make it Paleo friendly.
- 2 slices bacon
- 12 unopened, fresh, live medium oysters
- 3/4 cup cooked spinach
- 2 tablespoons coconut flour
- 2 tablespoons chopped green onions
- 1-1/2 teaspoons chopped fresh parsley
- 1/4 teaspoon sea salt
- 1 dash hot pepper sauce
- 1 tablespoon and 1-1/2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil
- Preheat oven to 220 degrees C. Place bacon in a large, deep skillet. Cook over medium high heat until evenly brown. Drain, crumble and set aside.
- Clean oysters and place in a large stockpot. Pour in enough water to cover oysters; bring the water and oysters to a boil. Remove from heat and drain and cool oysters. When cooled break the top shell off of each oyster.
- Using a food processor, chop the bacon, spinach, coconut flour, green onions, and parsley. Add the salt, hot sauce, olive oil and process until finely chopped.
- Arrange the oysters in their half shells on a pan with kosher salt. Spoon some of the spinach mixture on each oyster. Bake 10 minutes until cooked through.
Rabbit Fillet with Broccoli and Guacamole
Boil or steam the Broccoli, fry the onion in little oil and add the rabbit fillets. Mash an avocado and add spices (I used paprika and freshly ground black pepper) and a splash of lemon/lime juice. Drizzle a little olive oil/canola oil on the Broccoli.
Add an apple and some Omega 3 fish oils to round the meal off.
Smoked Herring, pepper and courgette
Green Bell Pepper
You hardly have to cook this one! Slice the courgette and pepper, fry quickly with little oil. Then drizzle a little flaxseed oil or canola oil on top. Don’t forget your Omega-3 fish oils! If you’re still hungry add a piece of fruit or two.
This breakfast is very high in Omega 3′s.
I keep going on at you all about fixing your breakfast. It is the meal that you start your day with, and the meal that you seem to find hardest in moving away from your cereals and grains. The ideal breakfast should have a quality source of protein, a quality source of carbohydrate and a quality source of fats.
I thought that to help you all in getting ideas for your breakfast I would post mine:
4 Eggs scrambled
5 Large handfuls of spinach cooked in a pan
1 Small banana
1 Teaspoon flaxseed oil (or canola oil or olive oil)
Scrambled eggs on a bed of spinach
Every morning I take 2.5g of Omega 3 fish oils and 1 multivitamin.
I added one teaspoon of Flaxseed oil to my eggs to raise the Omega 3 to Omega 6 ratio.