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  • Baked Eggs with Creamy Spinach

    By avelyne | In Recipes, Workout of the Day | on August 8, 2014

    Protein? Check. Nutrient dense carbs? Check. Fat? Check. One pan, easy clean up? Check. Welcome to breakfast my friends! The following recipe was found on Mark’s Daily Apple and is a great easy meal to throw together in the morning.  There’s really not a whole lot to it and yet it contains the 3 main […]

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  • Salsa Roasted Chicken

    By Marcus | In Recipes | on July 30, 2014

    While I’m usually a fan of the crockpot for cooking up multiple portions of protein in one fell swoop, its downside is that it does take some time. Today’s recipe can be thrown together in under 30 minutes with only a couple of items easily found in most grocery stores. Ingredients: 2 packages of boneless, […]

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  • Paleo Camping

    By Ruth | In Recipes, Uncategorized | on July 8, 2014

    Sean and I are cursed when it comes to camping. Our first trip was over the fourth of July weekend of 2009, just a few months after we started dating. We ventured on our first backpacking trip to Catalina Island. It was supposed to be a three day trip to three different campsites around the […]

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  • If you saw the title and immediately thought, “Oh YAY, Pasta!” I’m not sorry to disappoint you.  Crazy kids!  You think I’d really post a recipe involving pasta?  Nope.  This recipe is actually referring to the ribbons (or slices) of sweet potato.  The other day was one of those days where I didn’t feel like […]

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  • Powerful Summer Ice Treats

    By Alia | In Recipes, Rest Day | on June 15, 2014

          At some point I’m sure you have heard of someone in the gym raving about Bulletproof coffee and the benefits reaped from drinking healthy fats. Summer is at our door and I was looking for ways to change up the way I drink my coffee.       My first thought was to ice bulletproof coffee. Initially I […]

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  • As I’ve mentioned before, I’m lazy when it comes to cooking for myself.  Here’s another easy recipe I improvised to throw in the crockpot, but has a hearty taste that is ideal for the colder weather we’ve been experiencing. For those of you even semi-familiar with Spanish, you have probably figured out this recipe is […]

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  • Prior to adopting the paleo lifestyle, I LOVED to bake. While I guess paleo and baking don’t really belong in the same sentence, I often like to challenge myself with new baked goods using only paleo ingredients. Banana bread is one of my favorite baked goods and you can find a bunch of paleo/primal banana bread recipes […]

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  • Recipe: Bacon Jam

    By Ruth | In Recipes | on April 29, 2014

    This weekend, Sean and I went to the Artisanal LA Spring Show and got to sample all kinds of delicious hot sauces, jerky, vinaigrettes, and other such goodies. The wonderful thing about going to an event like that is being inspired by new recipes, as well as something as simple as a condiment to reinvent […]

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  • Savory Slow Cooker Chuck Roast

    By avelyne | In Recipes, Workout of the Day | on April 18, 2014

    When prepping my meals for a longer work trip, at least one of my entrees will be made in a slow cooker.  Usually it will be a meat dish so that I’ll have an abundance of a protein source to split up between meals.  I’ve tried Marcus’ stupid easy chili verde redux, the slow cooker […]

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  • FURIKAKE!

    By Alia | In Recipes, Rest Day | on March 16, 2014

    Furikake! It’s not just an awesome alternative word to ‘Cowabunga’ or a word to scream whilst bungee jumping. It’s a very common and versatile dry condiment from Japan. It is commonly used as a sprinkle over plain white rice, fish, sashimi, salads or snack foods. It is often savory, sometimes spicy and full of umami […]

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