We’re excited that many of you have been taking such an interest in what you eat and have come to us with excellent questions. Many of you are further along your Paleo/Primal journey than others but today’s post can be helpful to the Paleo/Primal pro or the newbie. Mark Sisson of Mark’s Daily Apple.com recently posted about his Primal grocery shopping list that has a variety of options to search out next time you run to the store to stock up your pantry. In an early post, Ruth touched on the food matrix concept where with limited options of meat, veggies, fats, and spices one could come up with a multitude of options to keep meals from getting boring. With Mark’s shopping list, our options have grown exponentially…so there’s no excuse to complain about running out of ideas or being tired of eating the same stuff all the time on the paleo or primal diet. Be creative and experiment with something different once and a while. If you’re not sure what something is or how it tastes ask some other Intrepids if they’ve ever had it before. Be forewarned that some items of Mark’s list are not Whole 30 approved and may not be allowed in April’s challenge. If unsure check the Whole 30 site linked above and do some research.
Otherwise, enjoy your next trip to the grocery store or farmer’s market. I know you’re super excited but try not to stock up so much perishable food items that you can’t get to them all before they spoil. Instead of one mega food run try breaking it up into 2-3 moderate trips. You’ll be in and out much quicker and will likely be able to avoid the crowds, or at least maneuver your way around easier, and your food will be fresher.
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