Paleo Lesson #3: Spaghetti squash is really tasty considering it’s a squash. If you have considered trying it, do it! I found a recipe and my family LOVED it! Evan even ate it. It could be that it has bacon in it, but who cares?? I got my kid to eat asparagus and squash!
Since finally (after almost a year of kicking and screaming) making the commitment to the Paleo life just 4 months ago, I cannot believe how much I have learned about food. I can’t believe I was such a picky eater, never willing to try anything that wasn’t smothered in cheese or able to be put on a sandwich. Wanting my first post to be about my journey so far, I have re-posted (from Facebook) my first 12 lessons. I am sure there will be many more mishaps and words of wisdom to come. 🙂
Paleo Lesson #1: Coarse sea salt is very salty! It is pretty bad when your 3 year old tells you his scrambled eggs are too salty. I didn’t even know that he knew what salt tasted like. Paleo Lesson #2 Arrowroot is a great substitute for cornstarch when baking, but NOT when making a sauce for stir fry. Just for the record, stir fry that looks like jelly is not appetizing. — feeling hungry. Posted July 18, 2013
After reading this one, I have learned a lot about arrowroot and am determined to figure out how to make a good Paleo stir fry.