Enjoy these easy-to-make crunchy, toasted nuts and seeds with a bold slow-cooked smoky flavor. What more could you want in a snack?
These little healthful crunchies are going to become your newest snack obsession. Crunchy lentils seasoned with a savory and salty 5-spice mixture, create the perfect take anywhere snack. Also, the seasoning makes more than you need for this recipe, so you have some pre-made for the next batch.
Finding local independent chefs for our growing community is all about the combination of talent & passion for making food that tastes freaking great and is super good for you.Read More
Life is full of grab and go needs. Like snacks that are super good for you, keep you fueled and taste good too. Here's a make-ahead snack recipe we think you'll like. Perfect for those moments when you're racing out the door to the gym or hungry on your work commute or when you're stomach is growling but so is your pup who's tugging at the leash to get out the door.
Whatever the scenario, you'll be glad you prepped this macro friendly Homemade Jerky ahead of time. The ingredients below are merely a suggestion. Feel free to make your own ingredient play by adding sweet, smoky, citrusy, or herby goodness to yours.
Got inspired by Chef Branden's potato salad (on the PS menu in the Loco Moco meal) and wanted to share an easy/yum recipe for making your own when the food prep muse is with you. Recipe utilizes Primal Kitchen Chipotle Lime Mayo from our friend Mark Sisson. Great for complimenting any dish, even the Hawaiin classic - Loco Moco.
Deciding whether potatoes fit into your diet is ultimately a personal decision, but exactly how your body reacts to starch – in its current metabolic state, which, remember, is not set in stone – should be the major determinant.
Here's our Paleo-ish take on Loco Moco. A beloved Hawaiian breakfast staple consisting of rice, a hamburger patty, fried eggs, and brown gravy. To make it more Paleo aligned and altogether more healthful, we're substituting traditional rice with cauliflower rice and making the gravy sans gluten.
This recipe is inspired by one of our SF makers, Chef Branden (of A'reve Event Production) and our SF Culinary Manager, Bill. You can find Loco Moco w/ a Side of Potato Salad on the SF menu rotation featuring Primal Kitchen Mayo.
Loco Moco w/ Cauliflower Rice & Potato Salad
You're 20 culinary minutes away from deliciousness. Serves 4
Beef Patty Ingredients:
2 lbs ground beef
1/2 grated sweet yellow onion
1tablespoon coconut or avocado oil
salt and pepper to taste
Instructions: Mix beef, onion, and egg together until completely incorporated. Form into 4 equal patties about ¼ inch thickness. Heat oil in pan then sear/cook patties in a for about 5 minutes on each side (until medium to well done)
Beef Gravy w/ Sautéed Mushroom & Onion Ingredients:
1/2 cup sliced mushrooms (white or cremini)
1/2 diced yellow onion
2 cups of beef stock
2 tablespoons of potato starch
2 tablespoons of water
Instructions: In the same pan (poor off most of the grease but leave the grit) that the patties were cooked in, add mushrooms and onions, sauté until moisture is gone and onions are opaque. Add beef stock to deglaze the pan. In a separate cup mix potato starch and water together until dissolved, then add to the pan. Let the gravy simmer until desired consistency and flavor is reached.
Cauliflower Rice w/ Sautéed Cabbage Ingredients
1 head of cauliflower
2 tablespoons of olive oil
pinch of kosher salt
½ head of purple cabbage
Instructions: Remove stems from the cauliflower (just florets). Place in food processor and blend until consistency resembles rice or couscous sized pieces. Dice the cabbage head. Heat oil in pan until it reaches its smoke point (first sign of smoke coming off pan). Add cabbage and cauliflower, season with a pinch of salt. Cook until cauliflower and cabbage are soft on the outside but still have a little bite to the them (or al dente).
If you love a good bar in a pinch or for a pre or post workout snack, this is THE bar. It leaves you satisfied and full too. Simple to make a giant batch on a Sunday so when life throws curve balls during the week you'll have an easy-to-grab snack before the hangry in you comes out. Plus it's gluten and dairy free!
Consider this a cherry-esque canvas for you to play with, add in cacao nibs or any other favorite crunchies. Best part is when you reach the bottom of the tupperware, these bars leave behind that perfect pile of delicious crumbs. (I poured the crumbs out in a bowl, added almond milk over top and it was a gooood).
The evidence is in, and we’re pretty syked about the verdict. We love to help folks create a balanced life that enables them to spend more time on what matters most. Today, Lorrie Devaney, an attorney and owner of CrossFit Dark Horse, makes the case for Power Supply.
We love sharing stories of movement and change from across the PS eater landscape… this week, the spotlight is on Alex Cohen, host of “Take Two” on Southern California’s public ration station KPCC, she describes how PS meals have been a big part of her upward spiral to weight loss and pull-ups.Read More
Been a lot of buzz about the good bacteria topic lately. There’s evidence that upping our intake of good bugs can help with a host of health issues, like chronic bloating, stomach pain, mood swings, lactose intolerance, irritable bowel syndrome, and antibiotic induced diarrhea. They’re also helpful for allergies, urinary tract infections, yeast infections and oral health. Research is still evolving but all signs point to > good bacteria promotes healthy digestive balance.
Wanted to offer our take from the easy-to-add in to your diet POV (Disclaimer - always best to check with your doc when things go haywire on the digestion front.) Meanwhile here are six ways to easily add good bacteria to your food regimen.