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Beef Tongue

January 29, 2010


Back when I was on that paleolithic diet, someone asked if I would also try eating some organ meat.  I said yes.  A coworker of mine, Pascale Pigeon, happened to be cooking beef tongue and was thoughtful enough to save some for me.  And then it stayed in my freezer for over a month.  But […]

Question me an answer.

November 5, 2009


Today’s dinner was sashimi.  I squirmed my way through it.  I think paleolithic humans were less picky about food textures than I am. Tim McCormack commented with some good questions and suggestions regarding this paleolithic diet, so I’ll respond to them here… 1. “You may wish to find out what the natives in some region […]

Plotting and Scheming

November 4, 2009


A friend of mine, who happens to be a biologist, commented on my last post.  She raised a good point about the paleolithic diet.  The principle of the diet is that it’s better to eat what “the cave men” ate.  But even if you accept that principle, there remains the controversial question of what those […]

In Cod We Trust

November 3, 2009


Due to circumstances beyond my control, I was unable to complete this post yesterday, as planned.  But here it is now! For those who had trouble finding the link to The Plan and Progress So Far, here it is explicitly:  When I refer to “the list of tasks” or just “the list”, that’s what […]

So it begins…

November 1, 2009


Oh, boy.  What have I gotten myself into?  Well, if you haven’t read it yet, start by reading What is the Grok Project? The basic concept for this project has been lurking in my mind for years, popping up here and there in various forms… I could write a book?  Teach a class?  Start a […]