{WIAW} Primal Wednesday

Linking up with Peas and Crayons today because it’s What I Ate Wednesday, a day to share the meals I’ve prepared for myself and eaten, and an opportunity for you to see the day to day meals of a primal eater.

*hint: click on the links for some meal ideas! And check out my Primal Recipes page for more.



My old faithful bulletproof espresso made of two shots of Lavazza espresso, 1 tbsp coconut oil, 1 tbsp butter, and a heaped teaspoon of xylitol to sweeten.

This week’s colourful Whenever Quiche is delicious! I made it with yellow courgettes (zucchinis) and spinach from our garden, red peppers, onions, mushrooms, garlic, prosciutto and feta cheese.


And of course, breakfast couldn’t be complete without fresh berries, coconut cream and a crumbled nutter bomb. Ideal!



My Primal Chilli Con Carne, it’s pretty much a lunch staple for me. I mixed it up with a salad of romaine lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes, crumbled feta and a small avocado.

20140901_124905Lunch couldn’t be complete without a Caveman Keto Fat Bomb. One of the best parts about being primal is that I eat one everyday. Every. Day.



Currently one of my favourite chicken dishes: The Domestic Man’s Yassa Poulet, also known as Senegalese Grilled Chicken. Tangy, citrus flavour and definitely delicious. I highly recommend this recipe!


The chicken was accompanied by a wild rice dish I ate growing up, which I’m contemplating sharing on the blog – it’s delicious, it’s primal, but my guts aren’t keen on wild rice. I could still share it though. We also had broccoli and cauliflower roasted in coconut oil, and caramelised onions, also marinaded with the chicken. I think they’re the best part of the dish!


What did you eat today?

Whose recipes would you recommend?

What food do you have everyday?


7 thoughts on “{WIAW} Primal Wednesday

  1. Yum! The nutter bomb sounds amazing! I don’t do peanut butter but I’m sure it would be great with any time of nut butter. Do you just used canned coconut cream? I’ve thought about making my own coconut yogurt but haven’t gotten brave enough yet…

    • I do love my nutter bombs, so versatile too. Of course they would be great with any other nut or seed butter.

      Yes, I used canned coconut milk. There’s something about the one I use that once all mixed up and refrigerated over night, it sets like cream. I confess, I didn’t even know you could buy coconut cream as is. We don’t get nearly the paleo-friendly stuff in rural Scotland as North America does. I also didn’t even know you could make coconut yogurt.

    • Those fat bombs are a must for any primally aligned eater, they’re so good!!!! Thanks, I do love my quiche. Let me know how it goes!

      I agree about sweet potatoes. I can’t seem to find plantains in my parts unfortunately 😦

      Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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