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I love ice cream! If you're like me, at about 8:00 each evening, the freezer seems to have a strong magnetic force. It's like there is a sweet, fatty, creamy gravitational pull that draws you in. While it's easy to stock your ice box with store-bought ice cream, 99% of the stuff is so laden with sugar that you are better off making your own.
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    This simple recipe is sure to make your mornings easier. Each muffin yields 2 blocks of carbs and 3 blocks of fat, so all you have to do is pair them with your favorite breakfast protein and you're set! Paleo Banana-Current Muffins Ingredient List: 4 eggs 10 ripe bananas  3 tablespoons agave nectar  2/3 cup currants (Raisins) 1 ¼ cups coconut,...
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    These muffins are tasty and convenient. They fall under the "sweet breakfast" category, but don't contain tons of sugar. You could easily replace the chocolate chips with blueberries or leave them out all together... These look a little funky because of the convection oven that I was using, but if you bake them in a conventional oven, the come out...
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Hey guys! Things are going off in the Paleo Test Kitchen! We shot 15 videos yesterday including a whole slew of shots for the new "How To Tuesday" series that will start on Tuesday, January 6th. We're back at it today and I'll share some pics tonight of what goes down in the PTK throughout the day. While things are busy,...
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Oxtail is popular in many cultures around the world, but it's fair to say that the USA is behind the ball on tail consumption. It has become more popular recently and I even find it now at Costco and Sam's Club. Is this a sign that Americans are coming around? Or, is this a sign that more immigrants are shopping at America's big box stores? Either way, all cows have tails and we should eat them!