Tried & trusted products supporting a meat-based lifestyle
Pure tallow soap
Being sensitive to coconut oil among other things, I was so happy to find this pure tallow soap from Ireland.
I love it!
I might find one here in New Zealand, and one day I will make my own, but until then, this is it, and postage free!
Salt of the Earth is a small family business and a brand I trust.
Their fully mineralised Celtic Sea Salt is ethically sourced and comes in course and finely ground.
Being a wet salt, you can dry it the oven or dehydrator before putting in a grinder or shaker.
If you can’t find this brand in your location, there are other Celtic salts on Amazon.
LMNT zero-sugar electrolytes
When starting on carnivore, it is common to lose a lot of water weight, and along with the water, electrolytes. In addition, water along with electrolytes is no longer held in the digestive tract by dietary fibre. Because of this, some find it helpful to supplement salt or a clean electrolyte mix to help support electrolyte balance early on. Over time, many find they no longer need to worry about it.
I personally have not tried LMNT, but if you are going to use an electrolyte mix, this is the brand I would recommend. Choose the Raw Unflavored one as many people are sensitive to stevia and not aware of it.
Crock-Pot® Express Easy Release XL Pressure Multicooker CPE310
This multi-cooker is the number one best appliance I have ever bought! It has enabled me to eat very cheaply on an all-meat diet!
Meals are so quick: pressure-cooked mince (ground beef), lamb necks, oxtail and other cheap cuts.
And of course bone broth.
This particular one has a stainless steel inner pot, which I love.
BioChef Arizona Sol 6 Tray Food Dehydrator
I love this dehydrator. Not too noisy, and stainless steel trays that can go in the dishwasher.
So far I have made Dr Shawn Baker’s carnivore crack (dried meat crisps, aka biltong/jerky).
ADVWIN meat slicer
For the price of this slicer, I couldn’t be happier!
Definitely does the job. I use it to make Dr Shawn Baker’s carnivore crack (dried meat crisps, aka biltong/jerky).
Check out these meat-based resources
Studies supporting low carb, ketogenic & carnivore diets
Meat-based diet related articles & posts
Tira’s recommended books supporting meat-based nutrition
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Tira’s recommended podcasts supporting meat-based nutrition
Tira’s recommended social follows in the meat-based nutrition space
Tira’s blog: supporting a meat-based lifestyle
Tira’s guide to getting started on the carnivore diet
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