Is It Safe To Eat?

Everyone has their own version of what is safe to eat, as well as how food should be stored at home. Lots of urban myths and familial practices are passed down from relatives. Are you one of those people who leave food sitting on the counter for days, munching off of...

Superfoods or Super Hoax?

You hear the term “superfood” tossed around all the time these days. It has proven to be a successful marketing term which has led to an oversaturation of products on the market labeled as such. The Paleo/AIP landscape is littered with...

A Message From Dave

I founded Paleo on the Go, LLC (POTG) in February of 2012 with a brick and mortar location in Largo, FL. I studied chemistry at Georgia Southern University for two years after attending college and playing baseball in a competitive junior college baseball league in...
5 Steps To Quit Sugar

5 Steps To Quit Sugar

In case you are unaware, there is an old, ubiquitous villain in nutrition town. It is so sweet and seductive you might never suspect it could be responsible for all the havoc it has been creating. I am talking about sugar – and it really is not so sweet! You might be...

5 Easy AIP Mocktails for your Holiday Celebrations

5 Easy AIP Mocktails for your Holiday Celebrations

The holidays can be a difficult time while living on the Autoimmune Protocol. Especially if you have to strictly follow it. Chef Ann came up with some delicous cocktail alternatives, or "Mocktails" that we hope will help to make you a part of celebrations. Our AIP...

Plantain “Masa” Mojo Pork Tamales (AIP)

Plantain “Masa” Mojo Pork Tamales (AIP)

Growing up in Southern California Mexican food was a staple. During the holidays you would see lots of tamales. Smal markets would sell their special recipes of masa that people would line up to buy and make tamales at home. One of my favorite traditions that people...

Meet our CEO & Founder, David Rohde!

Meet our CEO & Founder, David Rohde!

  My name is Dave Rohde and I am the CEO and Founder of Paleo On The Go. You might also see David Rohde. I’ve been using that more lately. More appropriate for a fancy CEO? Totally kidding. I guess I have to decide and keep it consistent. The tough decisions in...

AIP Gingerbread Cookie Dough with Vanilla Icing – POTG Test Kitchen

AIP Gingerbread Cookie Dough with Vanilla Icing – POTG Test Kitchen

Who ate the gingerbread man? We all did because he is AIP! Now you can make our delicious Gingerbread Cookie Dough at home with your entire family. You can share the classic tale of the gingerbread man with your children as you make them. Perfect for a fun-filled...

AIP Sugar Cookie Dough with Vanilla Icing – POTG Test Kitchen

AIP Sugar Cookie Dough with Vanilla Icing – POTG Test Kitchen

Many of you have enjoyed our sugar cookie dough that we offered as a product in the past. Although we have decided not to bring it back as a product, we wanted to give you the recipe so you can enjoy the entire cookie making experience from start to finish at home....

Thanksgiving Tips to Make Your Life Easier – POTG Test Kitchen

Thanksgiving Tips to Make Your Life Easier – POTG Test Kitchen

Many people get stressed out when it comes to holiday entertaining. It is understandable but you really dont have to get stressed out if you prepare and plan ahead. Plan early and make some dishes ahead of time Some things you might serve on Thanksgiving can be...

Herb Brined Turkey with Citrus Glaze (AIP) – POTG Test Kitchen

Herb Brined Turkey with Citrus Glaze (AIP) – POTG Test Kitchen

Over the years I have seen recipes for brining a turkey. I have seen the process on cooking shows and talk shows, but I had never tried it myself. I am blown away at the difference it makes in how tender and flavorful the turkey comes out. Every bite of this turkey...

Maple Bacon Sweet Potato Biscuits (AIP) – POTG Test Kitchen

Maple Bacon Sweet Potato Biscuits (AIP) – POTG Test Kitchen

One of the staples of the Thanksgiving table are biscuits. Versions of biscuits have been around since the Roman Empire but the classic soft flakey biscuit, slathered in butter is what comes to mind. But that would'nt fit the AIP.  So Chef Ann developed this...