If you’ve been following my blog, you’ve noticed already that I have affection for the underdogs of the nutrition world like the flat steaks and organ meats. Sardines are definitely one of the underdogs of the sea. Shall we say an underfish? The underdog foods, in this case, sardines, are the … [Read more...] about Sardines – Oily Little Treasures
What do you usually see behind the glass display at your neighborhood’s butcher shop? Most likely, line after line of muscle meat cuts fill the space of the refrigerator. With their aristocratic pride, lie some beautiful cuts of rib eye, New York steaks, filet mignon, and maybe some lamb or … [Read more...] about Eat the Whole Beast
Let’s not sugar coat it – eating a 100% paleo diet, and I mean in the deep and true sense of paleo – is expensive. By “deep and true” in this case, I mean 100% grass fed beef. The animals that our ancestors hunted were not fed grain or given hormones and antibiotics. They simply ate … [Read more...] about Flat Iron Steak
I’ve just finished reading Ben Greenfield’s Beyond Training, and I have to say, I’m blown away. I suspect that the book, which came out last year, is going to become the new bible for athletes. The book is mostly focused on professional triathletes, runners, swimmers, or CrossFitters, but I think … [Read more...] about Way Beyond Training!
Petrale sole is not actually a sole. It belongs to the flounder family, and some call it Pacific flounder or right-eyed flounder. The fish is caught all along the West Coast of the U.S and Canada. I like this fish for its simplicity. There is nothing royal about it like the salmon or the halibut. … [Read more...] about Petrale Sole with Mashed Sweet Potatoes