Hi! As my first post, I thought I’d give a tiny bit of my food background, but more importantly, the purpose of this blog and what you can expect to find in future posts, should you choose to stick around.
Hopefully you’ve stumbled across my ramblings because you too are searching for places to eat primal/paleo/grain-free or similar, and want to read an incredibly biased account of establishments which offer just that. If not, and you’ve arrived here by accident, I apologise, and offer my sincere acceptance that you may want to move on. No hard feelings. If what you see interests you, stick around, and I’ll do my best to provide you with as succinct as possible a review of my personal experiences at eateries which I find fit in with my lifestyle.
Four and a half years ago, with my husband, I began a Primal lifestyle, which essentially meant giving up all grains, sugars, legumes and processes foods, and eating real food, consisting of fresh fruit and veggies, meat, fish, nuts, seeds and, at the time, dairy. After many ups and downs, good and bad choices, eliminations and additions, one thing remains constant – the search for somewhere to eat that suits my choices.
My posts will primarily be an insight into where in Great Britain you can find Paleo/Primal/Grain-Free fare, based on my personal experiences, but as I travel further afield I’ll be sure to provide information on what I find. I’ll also comment on paleo-friendly snacks and foodstuffs as and when I discover them, for those of you looking for on-the-go goodness.
From time to time I will also touch upon other issues current to myself and the caveman community.
However, for now, let me say I will do my utmost to provide the information you’re hopefully looking for – an aggregation of grain-free grazing options in Great Britain, to best assist you in your travel choices.