Mostly I blog about my training, teaching, and my dogs. I post my face more than anything. And gifs when I drink.
Personal records: 5k - 22:53 [ZooStampede2012] Half Marathon - 1:58:00 [RnRVB2012] Full Marathon - 4:30:27 [RnRDC2013] Bench - 90# Squat - 175# Deadlift - 210#
We’re just two days into January, so let’s make sure the rest of your month stays as tasty as possible with one of the best Whole30-friendly flavor boosters around: Paleo Mayonnaise!
Unlike the store-bought gunk, Paleo Mayo isn’t made with canola oil or soybean oil — which, as my previous post made clear, are eeeevil. (Read the labels; even most varieties of “olive oil” mayo on supermarket shelves are primarily vegetable-oil-based.) There is one organic mayonnaise made with healthy oils that comes highly recommended by my pal Liz. The bad news? It’s almost always sold out and not Whole30-compliant ‘cause it contains evaporated cane juice (i.e. sugar).
I guess you’ve got no choice: Roll up your sleeves and whip up your own!
For anyone doing the Paleo challenge.