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Actually, there are many many foods and recipes that are both paleo AND vegan (Kale chips anyone??!) . Start with a website, like www.elanaspantry..com, that categorizes recipes by dietary preference and you will be pleasantly surprised. For example, Both "diets" focus on whole foods without dairy
Wow, that's a tough one because paleo and veg are almost opposite in a way. My husband is not veg, but that's how I cook so that's how he eats at home. Once in a while I'll cook a piece of fish or bring home some cooked chicken from work for him, and I do buy him eggs and milk; but from what I've read the paleo diet features meat. I think I'd have to let my husband cook his own.
Good luck, ~Pam
On a side note, I just read an article that says the caveman may have been more vegetarian than paleo's think.
It's tough. I cooked for an omnivore for years and I am a vegan. I'm not too familiar with the paleo diet, but what I did was make vegan meals and add a meat protein and or cheese and or eggs for my husband.
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I've got friends who have gone vegan and swear that they feel so much better. I'm trying to go vegetarian. I'm married to a man who is currently on the paleo diet. I'd like to hear how others have fared with two different philosophies at meal time.
Edited by: PAMELA7653 at: 6/21/2013 (15:25)