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Red Kuri Soup

This recipe is fairly simple, requiring just steamed vegetables, spices, and hot coconut milk to whip up a savory warm soup that will remind you of loaded potato leek.

Red Kuri squash has very similar texture and taste of your standard white potatoes, except with the nutritional values of a squash instead of an empty white potato. And now that we have come into the Fall season, many varieties of squash are appearing in local grocery stores and the Red Kuri should be plentiful.

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Braised Short Ribs

This rich and flavorful recipe is fire and forget: season and sear, then walk away while the ribs simmer for a few hours.

The secret ingredient to this recipe calls for red wine. But is that “Paleo”? Technically, any alcohol is not considered Paleo by the strictest of purists. However, considering we burn off the alcohol and what is left is the flavor of our wonderful grapes marinading our beef, I am not too concerned about going off the clean eating bandwagon.

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Paleo Dark Chocolate Truffles

This recipe of Paleo dark chocolate truffles was inspired by Detoxinista’s wonderful recipe for Easy Dark Chocolate Avocado Truffles.

Rich pure dark chocolate, perfectly sweetened, and balanced with a topping of your choice on the outside, these Paleo dark chocolate truffles are addicting!

Moist and soft on the inside, and firm on the outside, this recipe is quick and easy. I promise that the results are some of the best tasting chocolate treats you will put to your lips, while still managing to eat clean real food!

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Cauliflower Rice

Cauliflower rice is probably one of the quickest foods you can create while eating clean. It requires three whole steps in preparing: chop, heat, season, and well a forth: eat. Cauliflower rice is so easy a cave…well a Paleo cook can do it!

The cauliflower is such a versatile food that there are almost endless ways to prepare it: mash it, steam it, fry it, grill it, process it, etc. Each method will give it a different flavor and texture. But for today we will focus on turning it into a “rice”.

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