Just to re establish the concept. When I talk about primal food, I’m talking about Real food. Which means no preservatives, no hidden sugars, no sugar, no hydrogenated vegetable oil, no grains, no simple carbs. It means lots of saturated fats, lots of proteins and carbs from clean sources like veggies and fruits.
In other words it’s a nutrient dense, toxin free, whole foods based diet.
The appetizers were hard boiled eggs and chunks of fish. My guests were absolutely stuffed and satiated from eating awesome fats and proteins. Needless to say, they attacked the salad.
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Feta vinaigrette salad: Fresh salad leaves, (2 or 3 kinds) , cherry tomatoes, olives, bell peppers, walnuts, mushrooms, broccoli, and whatever else you have in the fridge. For the dressing, crush feta, mix in olive oil, mustard, and honey. Top with feta chunks. Serve.
In the meanwhile in a pan I cooked 2 cloves of garlic with basil in olive oil.
Once the skin of the red bell peppers, were blackened, I let them cool for 5 minutes in a brown paper bag. Then I peeled the skin off, and put the bell peppers along with the basil and garlic in a blender to form a puree. Then back in the pan it went. I cooked it with 150 ml of heavy cream and a generous helping of Pondicherry Parmesan. Served with Pasta.