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This is a guest post by Traver H. Boehm. Be Food Smart showcases voices from all fronts of the food movement. Know of a blogger, farmer or passionate food writer who may be interested? Contact us or provide details in your comment.

 

This is Part 2 of a three-part series on The Paleo Diet. Click here to read Part 1.

Day 1 of our 30-day Paleo challenge is about to begin…and we have no idea what we’re in store for. What did this mean though, what were we actually allowed to and not allowed to consume? Here’s what we could eat: lean meat, fish, chicken, nuts and seeds (except cashews), vegetables (except legumes), and fruit. We could season our food with spices and that was it.
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By little blue hen via Flickr

My hubby and I are addicted to the Food Network. We love Alton Brown’s wacky show and decided to try his granola recipe after watching an entire show devoted to the cereal.  Granola is something I’ve loved since childhood, but I’d never made it from scratch.

This recipe was adapted from Alton Brown’s granola formula. If tropical flavors are not your thing or if you want to mix it up, you can substitute any of the dried fruit in the recipe for your favorite (raisins, blueberries, apricots, cranberries, apples, etc.). You can also add a variety of seeds such as pumpkin or sunflower. When buying ingredients, make sure your dried fruit does not contain added sugar or the harmful preservative, sulfur dioxide.

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