Resources

There are some fantastic resources out there for Paleo/CrossFit folks looking for good info on the lifestyle, funny anecdotes, and tons of yummy recipes.  Here’s some of the ones I rely on/love the most.

CrossFit

  • CrossFit Central
    The home of my amazing CrossFit box in central Austin, owned by the amazing Carey Kepler and Jeremy Thiel.
  • FitBomb.com
    I read this blog every day… entertaining, witty anecdotes from a committed CrossFitter.
  • CrossFit Headquarters
    The main site for CrossFit – has great videos/explanations of the core movements.
  • CrossFit Journal
    Subscription-based resource for CrossFitters. Excellent info.

Living & Cooking Paleo

3 Comments on “Resources”

  1. JT
    December 21, 2011 at 11:36 am #

    Hi there – I have been following you for a little while, and I think you might be able to answer this tricky question. I have an AWESOME Christmas tradition of sausage pinwheels. This is simply two crescent roll packages laid out and smushed together, with a pound of sausage spread around, then roll up (either way), freeze, then slice and bake. This is a special family tradition and I am a little sad that I can’t make them this year – or really that I can’t eat them. Would you have any ideas on how to imitate crescent roll dough with paleo ingredients? This is not an everyday type of thing to eat, I just don’t want that sick feeling from eating the regular stuff. Please feel free to use this recipe idea and I hope you have some good ideas. THANKS!!

    • December 22, 2011 at 9:37 am #

      Wow! So great to have you following the blog! 🙂 Just got some spiffy new camera equipment for Christmas, so I’ll be posting some fab new pictures soon!

      Those sausage pinwheels sound yummy! Crescent rolls (and their dough) are a big family tradition that I grew up with as well… I’ll admit that I think it’s going to be tough to recreate something super similar with Paleo ingredients. I’ve generally tried to stay away from bread/bread substitutes, so my skills in Paleo-ifying them may be found lacking. 😉 Elana’s Pantry does some amazing stuff with baked goods that are gluten free… I would definitely hop over to her site and check out her bread doughs – she may have something that fits the bill.

      Sorry I can’t be of more help, but hopefully you’ll find something fab at Elana’s Pantry! If you do, I’d love to hear from you how it turned out! Happy holidays!
      ~Nicole

  2. Amber
    January 16, 2012 at 7:07 pm #

    I listened to you on Crossfit Radio and loved the interview! I am so thankful to find your suggestions and ideas yet, have a question….
    I am a vegetarian and my husband isn’t, do you have a recommendation for a good Paleo cookbook that can work for both of us? I have printed some of your recipes to try but am looking for more…

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