Whole30 Challenge

Paleo specific sites I read:

* Robb Wolf
* Whole9
* Everyday Paleo
* Feasting On Fitness
* Hunt.Gather.Love

Kristy Amory (of Feasting on Fitness) also has a Resources link that is useful.

I’m a fan of The Food Renegade, (which, while not ‘Paleo’ per se, has a load of useful links and recipes that qualify as Paleo) and Mark’s Daily Apple, also not precisely Paleo, but has a LARGE number of recipes that, if not Paleo, can be easily modified.

There is also a LARGE list of local farmers and growers in Minnesota (some of them really close to the cities) that either sell at farmers markets, local co-ops and groceries or right to the consumer.  The University compiles and keeps a list of them.

UMN Local Foods Partnership
Main Page
Local Foods Partners

Finally, I’m looking at flexing my Amazon Prime muscle a bit and getting some shipments of coconut products (milk and shredded) if I can find the appropriate quality, otherwise, it will be down to the co-op with me.  I highly suggest that if you want to actually eat quality paleo food, you find the nearest co-op and wholefoods and make sure to find the organic and local sections of your local grocer.  Start a conversation with the butcher (even at your local grocery store) and ask where his meat comes from.  My hometown butcher sources his cattle from all over the midwest, but ALL of his pork products are local and organic.  I wouldn’t have known if I hadn’t asked.

Other CrossFitMN folks who are blogging their journies:
Joe Whisney
Darcy Franklin
– Kevin “Worst. Caveman. Ever.” Oie

About cacharbe

Software Engineer, ALM Specialist, Professional Improviser, Lv 1 Certified CrossFit trainer. I eat Paleo and coach others in being successful eating whole, unprocessed, nutritious foods.
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