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  • thecuriouscoconutRabbit #liver pate for breakfast today. So freaking good! But I think any dish with 1/2 cup #grassfed butter in it is going to be amazing ๐Ÿ˜œ
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    I'm experimenting with adding high quality dairy back into my diet. Things that make you go hmmm...in researching #fibroids in the scientific literature after my diagnosis I found a study that showed a protective effect of dairy in African American women. Whether that can be extended to all women, we can't be sure. But given that I've largely avoided all dairy for the last 6 years (more strictly so in the last 2) for no real reason other than it's not #paleo, I can't help but wonder how things would have turned out if I had kept my raw goat milk, butter, and cheeses. Raise your hand if you include dairy of any kind in your diet ๐Ÿ™‹
    #tastingtable #beautifulcuisines #tastemade #eattheworld #foodandwine #forkyeah #foodblogeats #paleo #primal #glutenfree #jerf #wapf #foodblogfeed #nutrientdense

  • eatprimalrunhard๐Ÿ™‹ I do! Not often, but I do: ALWAYS Kerrygold butter (for coffee, cooking and baking), unpasteurised cheeses, and heavy cream. Going away to France is always a treat because they do dairy well: rich, delicious, and with many unpasteurised options for cheese, butter and more ("...fait avec lait crรป...")
  • thecuriouscoconut@eatprimalrunhard my husband and I agreed whenever we get to visit France we will eat all the food and forget Paleo. I am lucky that we have some good raw pastured dairies locally so I can get high quality dairy easily. But they probably don't compare to France!!
  • deliciousmeetshealthyLove this!! ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ’ž #foodblogeats
  • realsimplegood๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿป we do grass-fed butter and cheese occasionally too!
  • gen_gets_fitBam!
  • aiplivinglosangelesOoh where did you get the rabbit ?
  • diypaleo๐Ÿ™‹ grassfed butter and raw milk are my jam
  • thecuriouscoconut@aiplivinglosangeles @whiteoakpastures - you can order online! Grass-fed and pasture raised everything. They are a great farm.
  • eatprimalrunhardThat's what I do: I always think that if you're going eat non-paleo foods, is best to do it in the place where those foods originated, like pastry, cheese, croissants, baguettes, etc in France; pizza in Italy, etc..
  • edv89Have you read Anthony William's book Medical Medium? It's very interesting and talks about the effects of dairy on a body dealing with illness.
  • whatggmaateWhoa Never had rabbit liver before. Would love to try it out!
  • thecuriouscoconut@edv89 no I haven't. I know dairy gets a knee-jerk negative response from most people in any kind of natural health circle. I'm confident in my self exoeriment since I've never had a negative reaction to dairy, especially in light of the study I read that it is protective against fibroids. Can you give me a cliffs notes version of his argument against consuming it?
  • thecuriouscoconut@whatggmaate it's really good!! Very mild, like chicken liver. It's my favorite kind of liver.
  • whatggmaate@thecuriouscoconut Then I definitely want to try it! I always prefer chicken over beef liver.
  • edv89@thecuriouscoconut It's late here now (europe), but I'll look it up for you tomorrow! :)
  • esinclair85Yes! Ghee and butter and goats cheese! YUM!!!
  • pureandsimplenourishmentI've never tried rabbit liver before!
  • joromerofoodWow, rabbit liver! I never heard of that before - looks great โค๏ธ
  • boonezavikLooks nice! I like your post โค
  • christeneatsOh.my.nom! ๐Ÿ˜‹ โค
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