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My top tips on stocking a Paleo pantry!

Hi Blue!

 

Greetings from Portland! Our family is spending a few days with our best friends eating our way through one of the best food cities in the U.S. Not all of my bites have been Paleo, but everything has been gluten-free and worth the indulgence. If you want to see some of my favorite eats in Portlandia, follow me on Instagram and check out the hashtag, #NomNomEatsPDX
 
Geez! Can you believe the New Year is right around the corner? If you’re hopping back on the Paleo bandwagon in a few days, I’ve got a brand new post about how to stock your kitchen and pantry for success.  Start 2016 off fresh with a kitchen packed with Paleo essentials like healthy protein, produce, flavor boosters, drinks, and snacks. Check it out here: http://nom.gy/NNPPantry

For those of you that live in Northern California or Reno, keep your eyes peeled at your local Whole Foods Market next month to spot Nom Nom Paleo picks throughout the store. If you see them, take a picture and tag me on any social media and you might win some fun swag!
 
Also, we’re so surprised and grateful that the App Store picked our mom-and-pop funded app as one of the “Best New Apps” this week! If you’re starting a Paleo challenge or Whole30 in a couple of days and you own an iPhone or iPad, our app will be a lifesaver!  You can see what all the fuss is about here: http://nom.gy/nnpapp
 
(Don’t worry Android owners, we’ll be developing one for you guys next!)
 
Have a happy and healthy rest of the year!
 
Michelle

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