Eat This, Not That Crap

Primal Practices in a Modern World

Eat This, Not That Crap

July 17, 2016 Ancestral Diet 0

Here is a cheat sheet of sorts for what and where to buy primal/paleo treats, condiments, etc:

Jackson’s Honest potato chips are made with nutrient dense coconut oil and can now be found at Publix, and Nature’s Food Patch in Clearwater. Because sometimes you need a crunchy, salty treat and you won’t be denied! These come in several flavors like Purple Heirloom, Sea Salt, Sea Salt & Vinegar, Barbecue, and Sweet Potato.


Coconut Aminos are the very best substitute for soy sauce.  It’s soy and wheat free and can be used in place of soy sauce with sushi.  Also delicious paired with Red Boat Fish Sauce in stir-fry. A lot of Nom Nom Paleo recipes call for these two ingredients. Available at Thrive Market (online) or at Winn-Dixie (best price besides Thrive) and can also be found at Nature’s Food Patch and Whole Paycheck, but at almost twice the price.

Ah, and now for the best chocolate! Besides 100% cacao, there are a few chocolate bars that meet our paleo standards of being at least 70% dark and soy lecithin free, too. These come in a variety of flavors but be sure to look for the dark chocolate that is at least 70%.

Alter Eco is another good brand – I especially love the sea salt truffles and the brown butter chocolate bar. These can both
be found at Nature’s Food Patch and Thrive Market.
Warning: when not on sale the truffles are expensive, but oh so worth it.

My last suggestion for this post is dulse flakes.  This sea vegetable is delicious sprinkled on your salads, in soups, and many other recipes. A great source of iodine, this red algae grows in the North Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Available at Thrive Market, Nature’s Food Patch and Whole Foods.

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