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Recipe: Paleo Chili

paleo chili recipe

Our tasty Paleo Chili is bound to get your mouth watering. This family favourite is great for a weekend treat. You can pair this chili with a variety of things to really mix it up: courgette noodles, nachos, sweet potato (jacket potato)…. the options are really endless. Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 2.5 hours […]

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Farm Profile: Meet Boyd Farm

About the Farm The farm, based in Gloucestershire, has recently won awards from the Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and Glos Wildlife Trust and is a demonstration farm for Natural England. The farm prides themselves on high welfare for all animals. They use rotational grazing, and the herd […]

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The EAT-Lancet Report:

The EAT-Lancet Commission on Food, Planet, Health has gathered scientists from across the world to try and answer the follow questions: 1) What is a healthy diet? 2) What is a sustainable food system? 3) What are the trends shaping diets today? 4) Can we achieve healthy diets from sustainable food systems? How? 5) What […]

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Wild Game Crumble

Our Wild Game Crumble is one for the whole family. This tasty treat boasts all the benefits of eating wild game meat whilst tasting undeniably delicious. Give it a go and let us see your Kitchen Creations from our NEW Instagram account @primal_meats. Ingredients List: 500g Diced Game Mix 250g smoked lardons or bacon 4 […]

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Primal Meats: A Review of 2018

As we are fast approaching the end of December we decided to look back over 2018… New Products Released: AIPs Gut Friendly Box International Spice Tin Halen Mon Flavoured Sea Salt Collection Salt Pigs Tin Vegetable Bone Broth Beef Bone Broth with Seaweed New Wholly Cow Share Lots of Christmas Products!   Changes We Made: […]

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Chris Kresser on Why You Should Eat Meat

chris kresser why should you eat meat

Chris Kresser has us feeling pretty inspired by his arguments with Dr. Joel Kahn on why you should eat meat. Chris Kresser is globally recognised as a leader in the fields of ancestral health, Paleo nutrition, and functional and integrative medicine. Dr. Joel Kahn is one of the world’s top cardiologists and believes that plant-based […]

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Farm Profile: Meet Model Farm

Hereford Beef

The Farm: Model Farm is based near Ross on Wye in Herefordshire. The farm is ‘pasture for life‘ certified and all the animals are transported to a local abattoir. The meat is cut by Model farms own butchers, in a new purpose built unit   The Team: Simon Cutter is the founder of Model Farm. […]

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Grass-fed: Are our expectations always met?

Many of us have found inspiration in various Paleo and primal books from across the pond. They highlight the benefits of eating grass-fed meat over mass-produced grain-fed beef. In the UK, we don’t tend to see huge concentrated animal feed operations, but does this mean all our UK beef and lamb is 100% grass-fed? We’re […]

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8 Key Differences between Paleo/Primal Diets and Modern Diets

grass fed lamb

1. You eat more Protein Our hunter- gatherer forefathers ate about 19-35% protein. Modern Western diets only comprise of about 15% protein and it rarely includes a good range of amino acids. Getting enough protein on a Paleo/Primal diet can help to balance blood sugar levels, more energy and healthier bones. Good quality meats, fish […]

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Why a Subscription Meat Box could be the driver of Land Regeneration

Our mission at Primal Meats is to be more than a meat selling business. We want to utilise our influence and your purchasing power to make significant changes to the world. We believe that subscription boxes for 100%-grass fed meat could be the answer to our land regeneration issues. Our lands are degrading at an […]

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Is it morally right to eat meat?

is it morally right to kill animals

I recently saw a video shared on Facebook of a hyena disembowelling a wildebeest. The shocking part was that the wildebeest was fully conscious and sitting upright, it was simply immobilised due to injury or exhaustion. I was totally horrified and it made me angry at the hyena for a ‘silly’ second. I wanted the […]

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Are you missing out? The potential nutrient deficiencies in vegetarian diets.

Through all the research on diet and lifestyle of our early ancestors and into healthy indigenous and traditional cultures, one thing is now crystal clear. There’s no ONE natural human diet. Different parts of the world have hugely varied landscapes that grow different native foods and humans have adapted rather nicely to utilising on these […]

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