Author: Paleo on the Go

Cajun Style Crawfish & Kielbasa Zoodles

There is an incredible history behind Cajun food and the Cajun/Creole people themselves. Did you know that they were originally French settlers called “Acadians” that lived in Canada that were forced out by British in 1775? They settled in Louisiana, but with the drastic change in locale came changes in their diet. The result was the beginning of Creole or Cajun food. Popularized by celebrity chefs like Paul Prudhomme and Emeril Lagasse on tv, you can cook your own Paleo version of Cajun food developed by our chef.   Cajun Style Crawfish & Kielbasa Zoodles Cajun Style Crawfish &...

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Easy Paleo Snack Time: Chef Ann’s “Cheese-Its”

I love cheese. There, I said it. It is probably one of the hardest things for me to give up. Since coming to work at Paleo on the Go I have been amazed by our Chef and her “cheese” creations. She has recreated one of the greatest munchie foods ever, the Cheez-It. But, being Paleo on the Go this version we have to leave out the problematic milk and grains. What’s that you say, Cheez-Its with no cheese? Yes, you read that correctly, no cheese! Our “Cheese Its”  are made with nutritional yeast to give them that unique flavor...

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Paleo Lunchbox: Quick & Easy Chicken Salad Wraps

Chicken salad is one of those dishes that seemingly everyone’s mom or grandmother has a version of, partly because children love it. At first it’s the classic with simply salt, pepper and mayonnaise. As children get older moms start adding ingredients like chopped celery, a little onion, and maybe some relish. Ultimately, as we grow older and our culinary tastes change we get more adventurous. You may order chicken salad at a restaurant that has grapes and nuts – yum! Our chef came up with this recipe using clean, real food ingredients. The apples add a nice sweet crunch...

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Go On A POTG International Culinary Tour – Paleo Paella

Have you traveled to Spain and sampled the delicious Spanish classic dish paella? Our chef recently was in Europe and got inspired to create a paleo version of the paellas she enjoyed on her trip. Paella originated on the east coast of Spain in the city of Valencia, one of the largest ports in Spain. The dish was developed using fresh local seafood, vegetables and meats.  Throughout Spain, as well as the rest of the world, there are countless versions of Paella. Using the ever versatile Cauliflower “rice,” our paleo version is loaded with chicken, shrimp and kielbasa and...

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Don’t Put Toxins On Your Face – Use Paleo Makeup

You go over every ingredient when you buy food. You make sure the beef you eat is grass-fed. You try to eat as organic as possible. You avoid GMOs at all cost. But, for some strange reason you still buy conventional makeup. Why? Why Put Something On Your Body If You Wouldn’t Eat It? The skin is your body’s largest organ and it can absorb much of what is applied to it. So, why do we often overlook topical ingredients that we would never ingest? Well, because we all want to look our best (for starters!) But, what if...

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