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Old 06-25-2011, 10:24 PM   #1
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What's on the menu for Sunday?

Breakfast coffee fried egg (butter) some coconut flakes (yum)
Lunch: 4 lettuce wraps with turkey avocado red onion homemade mayo
Dinner; burger lettuce onion tomato
later; thinly sliced bbq flank steak, some smoked baby clams, sardines

it was a strange eating day

Edited to add, I do use grass fed butter (Kerrygold)

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Old 06-26-2011, 06:08 AM   #2
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B: just coffee w/sweet n low and half & half
D: going out so a grilled sirloin or chicken breast; broccoli or other non starchy veggie; salad (taking some evoo and bragg's organic vinegar for dressing)
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Old 06-26-2011, 08:34 AM   #3
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Had a lovely brunch this morning.

Egg white omlette
3 strawberries
Protein shake

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Ended up at dinner with a grilled sirloin and grilled shrimp with a side of zucchini and a salad.
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B: 3 eggs scrambled in CO, 3 slices bacon, coffee w/hwc, water
L: carnitas, grilled green onion, water, coffee w/ hwc
D: bun less burger w/ green salad
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B- Coffee with Coconut milk
L- 1/2 lb of Bison Kidney (grass fed) Curry, Onions and Mushrooms fried in Bison fat (also grass fed and rendered by me)
D- The rest of the pound of Bison Kidney, Onions served over 2 pastured Duck eggs fried in Bison fat.

Was heavy on the bison today.

Going for Pork tomorrow.
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Old 06-27-2011, 07:04 PM   #7
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B- Coffee with Coconut milk
L- 1/2 lb of Bison Kidney (grass fed) Curry, Onions and Mushrooms fried in Bison fat (also grass fed and rendered by me)
D- The rest of the pound of Bison Kidney, Onions served over 2 pastured Duck eggs fried in Bison fat.

Was heavy on the bison today.

Going for Pork tomorrow.
Cuthbert, where do you buy a bison kidney, what is the texture and flavor like?
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Cuthbert, where do you buy a bison kidney, what is the texture and flavor like?
I found a meat source on the eat wild website in Loveland, CO. The owners actually own the heard of bison they sell in the store.

It actually tasted quite a bit like the liver and had a consistency more like heart muscle if that makes sense. It wasn't bad, but I like the taste of muscle meat much more. I know that eating offal is good for you, but I think we should consume it in the same kind of proportion we find of the animal itself. Meaning we should eat as much offal as it takes to consume the whole animal maybe?
I also tried the bison tongue a couple days ago. Let me tell you, that there is a part of the tongue that is incredibly tender. I mean an almost velvety texture that just melts in your mouth, and then there is the rest of the surrounding meat that is like a soft gristle you can chew and chew and never manage to break it apart.
I'm really glad I found a source to try all of these different parts. While I'm not entirely enthralled with some of them, I realize that there are none so far that I can't enjoy. I guess I feel more in touch with my paleo self because I am not wasting parts of the animal that was harvested to provide me with only the tastiest bits.
For tomorrow, I have some pastured pork, but I also have some bison large bone sections with the marrow inside. I have to admit, I'm really looking forward to seeing what that is all about.
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Old 06-28-2011, 06:04 PM   #9
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Someday I may get brave and try some offal, I wish it had a different name lol
I have a hard time eating liver, its strange because I love variety.
Thanks for the great explaination, oh I do like moose, my son in law gave us part of his he got.
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