Conclusion

Now that you know where to buy Paleo food online, let me know how it works out for you. I’m sure I’ve missed lots of places too, so please let me know where you like to shop. I love shopping online because I don’t have to go to the store very often and the prices and selection are generally much better than I can get locally, although if you live in a large city, you probably have more access locally than I do.

Where to Buy Paleo Food Online – (Meat, Staples, Essentials)

Comments

  1. Late to the party: In reference to your favorite skillet, I have enameled stuff (like-new vintage Le Creuset, actually), but have never been a fan of it. Unless you use a bunch of fat, you’re getting sticking. I cook exclusively with regular, seasoned cast iron, and find it to be nearly as nonstick as teflon coatings. Seriously, with a tablespoon of butter in a 12″ skillet, you can slide a fried egg around. Sadly, my Creuset seems to gather dust more often than not. I’d really recommend either getting vintage iron from an antique store (it’s lighter and smoother), or just go to WalMart and nab a $20 Lodge. You’ll be super happy with it.

    Actually, the only thing I don’t use iron for is if I’m doing a long cook with tomatoes (think chili), in which case I use raw stainless steel pots.

    • You sound like my sister. She LOVES her cast iron pan. I can’t quite figure it out. I LOVE my Le Creuset and rarely have to use my non-stick skillet. I think it depends a lot on your personality and cooking style and what foods you often cook. It’s good to get another opinion on here though.

  2. My local Wal Mart actually has pre made frozen Paleo dinner in the freezer section. They are five dollars each. I’ve tried each of them and they were all just okay. Works in a pinch, but nothing is Buy for a regular basis. But I try to support buying them when I can just to keep the idea of selling Paleo going! 🙂

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