Gravlax is a traditional Nordic dish of raw salmon cured with salt, sugar, and dill.
It’s absolutely delicious when made well.
It impresses guests and significant others, because it’s exotic.
It’s dead easy to make, even if you’re a kitchen klutz…
…and nearly every recipe I’ve found on the Internet is wrong. Most of them produce gravlax that [ . . . ]
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This is Part II of a multi-part series on real-world paleo cooking, for those of us with jobs and kids and commitments. Part I, “The Functional Paleo Kitchen”, starts here, and my introduction to paleo, “Eat Like A Predator”, is here.
Most recipes are useless for anyone who is employed, except [ . . . ]
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So you’ve been inspired to eat real food: a paleo diet.
Great! You’re taking a big step towards better health and more energy.
But as you survey your kitchen, you realize that your refrigerator contains only beer and condiments, your freezer is full of precooked industrial products, your pantry is full of bread and pasta, [ . . . ]
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