Paleo Eats and Farmers Markets in Raleigh, NC
|Goodies at the Farmers Market|
|Not rain or snow will keep us from local and organic food!|
|Outdoor seating at the Weaver Street Market
Later we visited the Weaver Street Market and Coop where they have lots of local meats and prepared foods. Me and Ellen had a great time drinking organic decaf with coconut milk under their porch. For a great coffee try bulletproof coffee which is low in toxic mold on other coffees.
|Ellen checking out the Essential Oils
|The meat selection at the Weaver St. Market|
Always try to get 100% grass fed beef such this one which is not fed soy, corn or gmo contaminated clover. Feeding corn and soy to cows in the last stages can change the omega 3/6 ratio which can cause excess inflammation in our bodies. A good place to get beef is US Wellness Meats which is 100% grass fed.
|Some grass fed burgers with guacamole at The Spotted Dog
On Yelp they said the Spotted Dog was a vegetarian restaurant but it’s a good thing I checked it out further. They had some great grass fed burgers here! It was awesome to get some warm food on this rainy day. This burger with no bun really hit the spot.
|Took another local chocolate break|
|Black Mountain Chocolate on the road|
|Grass Fed Girl’s keepin’ it paleo at the bridal shower|
|My Flank steak with wine sauce at the Rehearsal Dinner at 411 West|
|Legit veggie/meat tray before the wedding at The Carolina Inn|
|Ellen and me with the beautiful bride, the newest member of our family.|
Remember when you are out of town is that with a few Yelp.com searches and using your smart phone you can find some great organic sustainable places just like you have back at home. There is no reason to give in to the bread temptations!