Paleo Beef Gyro

Paleo Beef Gyro
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Gyro meat, often referred to as doner or shawarma meat, is simply meat roasted on a rotating vertical spit and shaved off. Depending on where you’re getting it, the meat can be made of lamb, beef, goat, chicken or…. I have been working on getting my family on a healthy diet for the last few years – gluten free, GAPS, and Paleo have helped tremendously with a series of auto-immune diseases including diabetes I (husband) , asthma and migraine headaches (son) , and rheumatoid arthritis (me) , as well as behavior problems in one of our daughters. You can find gyros using any variety of meat: chicken, beef, lamb, or pork. My favorite is the slow roasted lamb. To simplify things and reduce cooking time, I used US Wellness Meat’s ground grass-fed lamb and marinated it in spices and lemon juice.

Americans traditionally make their gyro meat with a mix of beef and lamb, and this is an excellent Paleo lamb recipe. There’s no need for a fancy rotisserie — just a loaf pan, a deeper, larger pan, a decent food processor and an oven. Product Description. Gyro Meat Cooked and Sliced. Just Heat and Serve. Made from Beef and Lamb Meat. Contains bread crumbs. This is just one product, of course.

I suspected the gyro meat had gluten in it, but the last time I researched this I came to the conclusion that gyro meat didn’t have gluten. Fluff up the expensive ingredients of beef and lamb with dirt cheap bread.

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