caveman diet breakfast recipe book

With varied recipes, from pumpkin muffins, paleo granola to venison steaks, the Caveman Diet Breakfast book can keep your breakfasts interesting and paleo! Find out more!

This recipe is part of a series of caveman diet recipes that you can use to prepare your own Caveman Diet Plan.

Kale and Avocado Salad

Ingredients

  • Kale (500g)
  • 1 Avocado
  • 50g cashew nuts
  • 1/2 pepper
  • 1/2 lemon
Preparation
Rinse the kale leaves and drain.  Discard any discoloured leaves and tough stems.  Cut the leaves into thin strips and steam until the leaves turn bright green (5 to 10 minutes).
While the kale steaming, cut peel and cut the avocado into small cubes (about 1-2cm) and cut the pepper into strips.
When the kale leaves are ready, turn off the heat and toss in the pepper, cashew nuts and avocado.
Squeeze some lemon juice over it for a bit of a zing and serve in a bowl.

For more caveman diet recipes and ideas, check out Paleo Cookbooks.

This recipe is part of a series of caveman diet recipes that you can use to prepare your own Caveman Diet Plan.

Zucchini, Broccoli and Pepper Soup (Serves 4)

Ingredients

  • 4 zucchinis
  • 1 medium broccoli
  • Half a red pepper
  • 2 red onions
  • Pressed garlic (1 or 2 cloves depending on taste)
  • Olive oil

Caveman Diet Plan - Zucchini, Broccoli and Pepper Soup

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This recipe is part of a series of caveman diet recipes that you can use to prepare your own Caveman Diet Plan.

Ingredients

  • Portobello Mushrooms (about 2 per person)
  • Tomatoes (about 2 per person)
  • Pressed garlic (1 or 2 cloves depending on taste)
  • A bunch of thyme
  • Olive oil

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This recipe is part of a series of caveman diet recipes that you can use to prepare your own Caveman Diet Plan.

Ingredients

  • 2 tuna steaks
  • 2 Pak Choi (also known as Peking cabbage or Bok Choy)
  • 3 spring onions
  • Ginger (about 2cm)
  • Garlic (2 cloves)
  • 1 Lime
  • Sesame Oil

You will also need some kitchen foil.
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This recipe is part of a series of caveman diet recipes that you can use to prepare your own Caveman Diet Plan.

Today’s recipe is sponsored by Paleo Cookbooks.

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Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 tbsp lemon juice
  • 4 tbsp dill (finely chopped)
  • 2 tbsp mayonnaise
  • 2 rashes of bacon (diced using meat only)
  • 2/3 cup sweet potato (diced)
  • 2 eggs

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30 day Caveman Diet Meal Plan

February 14, 2011

The folks at Paleo Cookbooks are offering a free 30 day meal plan based on caveman diet recipes from their cookbooks with every purchase. The caveman diet plan is made up of 125 recipes (out of the 310 in the cookbooks) and

will help anyone who is starting on the paleo diet and excite any paleo diet enthusiast with new recipes and meal ideas.

The recipes are by Nikki Young who is a strong advocate of the caveman diet and all the recipes are free from grains, potatoes, lentils, dairy, processed sugar and preservatives.

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This is the first in a series of caveman diet recipes that you can use to prepare your own Caveman Diet Plan.

Mussels may not be very popular for a cook at home meal but they are easy to prepare and very quick to cook.  They have been consumed by humans for thousands of years which makes them ideal for the caveman diet.

Caveman Mussels

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Ingredients (serves 2)

  • Fresh mussels (about 1kg / 2 lbs)
  • 2 Shallots (or an onion)
  • Olive Oil
  • Parsley or Thyme (or both)
  • 100ml / 3.5 fl oz dry white wine (or water)
  • Garlic

You will also need a saucepan with a lid for the cooking.

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Dieters usually start on the caveman diet with the best intentions but find it challenging to keep up after just a few weeks.  There are many reasons for this:

  • boredom from eating the same meats too often
  • reduced taste experience due to the sudden reduction in salt intake
  • difficulties buying food in the supermarket where grains, potatoes, dairy and processed sugar can seem omnipresent
  • difficulties eating out, specially when your friends are enjoying their burgers and french fries

So, how does one successfully keep up with a caveman diet?

1. Variety

This is quite possibly the most important factor in successfully keeping up with the caveman diet.  Our tastebuds crave variety! The easiest way to add more variety to your caveman diet is to get access to a reasonable number of caveman diet recipes.  You will find plenty online but I highly recommend the caveman diet recipe books from Paleo Cookbooks.  The recipes are all by Nikki Young who quite simply believes that the caveman diet is the healthiest and most beneficial diet we can follow.  With over 300 tasty recipes handy, you are in a much better position to keep up with the caveman diet without the fear of getting bored.

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Welcome to Caveman Diet Plan

January 25, 2011

Hi! Welcome to cavemandietplan.net!

The caveman diet is also known as

  • the hunter gatherer diet
  • the paleo diet
  • the paleolithic diet.

It is based on foods that we ate before the age of agriculture and farming.  The key benefits of the caveman diet are:

  • Increased Energy
  • Increased Sex Drive
  • Clearer, Smoother Skin
  • Weight Loss Results
  • Better Performance and Recovery
  • Stronger Immune System

If you are looking into the caveman diet or have already started on the caveman diet, this website will provide information and resources to help you.  I hope you’ll check back here soon for more. Thanks for reading.