StrengthTime-Paleo Ron and Today’s topic-Welcome to 2014, a year of Paleo greatness! I do occasionally eat feta or goat cheese with no issues whatsoever and, once in a very great while, I will have a slice of Ezekiel Bread. We eat organic fruits and vegetables, organic meats, unprocessed everything, uncooked or sprouted nuts and seeds, fresh herbs, and lots of ‘good for your heart and soul’ fats! All the research shows that if you don’t have grains causing inflammation in your body then healthy fats will fuel everything we are made of without any risk of disease. In general, eating Paleo means eating veggies, fruits, meats, fish, certain fats, nuts, and seeds.
I get chatting to people often about my recipes and the way I like to cook and eat. 9 times out of 10 the response is I love bread too much. Classic fruit cake turned Paleo, this healthy gluten free, grain free and dairy free Paleo Fruitcake recipe is great with a cup of tea. This nutritious, gluten-free Paleo Bread is great for anytime of the day. It’s super easy to make, tastes delicious, and is packed with healthy ingredients. Ron Gross says. January 22, 2012 at 1: 26 pm.
Dr. Paul’s Paleo Yambanana Bread. Most pumpkin breads use smashed cooked pumpkin, but I decided to have a go at using grated raw pumpkin to save a little time. This looks like one of the best paleo bread recipes so far! Ron says: 400g Queensland blue pumpkin, 8 eggs, 7 medjool dates and a 1/4 cup of chai seeds as this is all I had of these and doubled the other ingredients from the banana bread recipe.