Stuff I have recommended on a regular basis because its the best stuff out there.
Please accept my apologies for a blah-looking page.
JERKEY from Wild Mountain Paleo
These guys sell a lot of great stuff online. Mayo. Fermented pickles. My hands down faves are:
Mountain strips original beef and ORGAN MEAT, from Wild Mountain Paleo. Taste really good!
Mountain strips cranberry beef and ORGAN MEAT, from Wild Mountain Paleo. Kidney candy!
Liverwurst and Braunschwager from US Wellness Meats
US Wellness Meats’ Beef Liverwurst is a mixture of grass-fed beef trim (50%), liver (20%), heart (15%), and kidney (15%). It is the boldest organ sausage US Wellness Meats offers and is a tasty way to incorporate healthy grass-fed beef organs into your diet. All you have to do is thaw and enjoy.
US Wellness Meats’ Beef Braunschweiger is a 60/40 mix of grass-fed trim and grass-fed beef liver. It comes in a fully cooked, one pound package and is ready to slice and serve. Beef Braunschweiger is milder than Liverwurst, so it is great if you are new to incorporating organ meats into your diet.
BROTH Source: BoneFide Provisions
Their store locator will show you where you can buy this high quality bone or chicken stock.
If you are in LA
MAYO (that won’t mess your brain) Source: Primal Kitchens
You can buy direct from Primal Kitchens, here. There are other mayos that might cost less but this tastes the best. That brand at Costco is cheaper but contains lower quality avo oil and honey….what??? Honey in mayo???
PROTEIN BAR Source: Primal Kitchens
I normally am not a big fan of protein bars for reasons I write about in Deep Nutrition (Frequently Asked Questions section). But these are made with collagen. Collagen is better able to withstand processing and even in the powdered form does not damage the digestive system. These two flavors are my top picks: Dark Chocolate Almond and Coconut Cashew.
MEAT: 100% Grass-fed Beef, Organic/Pastured Chicken, and Heritage Breed Pork
Butcher Box. Working to rebuild your health and America’s farms by selling the best meat you’ve ever tasted. At an average $6.50 per meal, its much cheaper than what you’d pay at a steakhouse and better for you. Plus if you make your own demi-glace sauce using Luke’s recipe, your dishes will knock it out of the park.