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Guest Success!

Our visit with the in-laws was a treat and we managed to thoroughly submerge them into the Paleo lifestyle for six dinner meals, six breakfast meals and a few lunches and snacks.   It was great to be able to provide very healthy meals for my family while maintaining the “entertaining” atmosphere and I did not feel inhospitable for not providing bread and milk.  Truthfully, I did buy a half gallon of dairy milk for them, but they decided to skip it.  We had many conversations about Paleo and they have decided to make some changes by eliminating processed foods and cutting back on grains, dairy and sugar.  Living in a small town will pose a challenge for them to find the coconut products so common in Paleo cooking.   They were gracious guests and gave all the meals rave reviews.  I jokingly told them they may find themselves packing their own saltines on future trips to our home.   Undoubtedly they will be surrounded by tempting junk food in the airport on the way home……but I think they will do just fine!

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