The Accidental Paleo

By being mindful of textures, layers of flavor, colors and nutrition in every concoction, the recipes in this book are designed to satisfy every palate, whether they prefer their meals with or without meat.The desserts are refined sugar ...

The Accidental Paleo

Author: Lauren Lobley

Publisher: Primal Nutrition

ISBN: 9781939563453

Page: 200

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This cookbook isn't just a book of recipes. It is a culinary journey. Written by Lauren Lobley, a former sugar addict and pastry chef turned healthy chef and health coach, The Accidental Paleo takes a carnivore's approach to plant based eating. By being mindful of textures, layers of flavor, colors and nutrition in every concoction, the recipes in this book are designed to satisfy every palate, whether they prefer their meals with or without meat.The desserts are refined sugar free (and in most cases, naturally sweetened, like the almond butter banana cheesecake), the appetizers trick the palate with their clever use of cashews and coconut milk to feign a creamy texture (like the warm spinach and artichoke dip - to die for), and the main meals carefully build upon an array of vegetables and sauces to leave everyone full and satiated (like the butternut squash lasagna). The Accidental Paleo is culinary fun for the whole family. A feast for the eyes and the taste buds, get ready to fall in love with plant-based eating like you never imagined you would. Inside The Accidental Paleo Cookbook: - 85 easy-to-follow, meat-free, grain-free, hassle-free vegetarian paleo recipes with a carnivore's approach to plant based eating - Nutrient-dense, colorful dishes that leave you feeling full (even without the meat) - Recipes that the whole family will enjoy - even the littlest of the bunch (Lauren's 2 year old daughter devours the lentil dal and the veggie curry...and basically everything else) - Creative use of nuts and other food pantry staples you never knew could be used to pack in so much flavor and texture (like the cashews in the warm spinach artichoke dip and the sundried tomatoes in the collard green wraps) - Guilt-free desserts that will have you wondering if they are truly paleo and sugar-free, and that moms can feel good about giving to their little ones because there is no refined sugar (like the chocolate banana pudding or the almond butter banana cashew cheesecake) - Many make-ahead meals that make it easy for the working person or busy parent to be able to heat up dinner in a pinch on a school night (like the chickpea soup with pesto or the veggie chili)

Sketch of Paleobotany

... hope to paleobotany and leads to the belief that when we shall have learned
with precision the true characteristics of each flora - learned to distinguish the
accidental from the essential , and geographic from chronologic characteristics —
we ...

Sketch of Paleobotany

Author: Lester Frank Ward

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 113

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Foundations of Paleoparasitology

The accidental ingestion of embryonated Toxocara sp. eggs produces larvae that
lodge in various organs, called visceral ... 1998), which can correlate with
hyperostosis in paleopathological examination; and iii) they allow inferring the
region's ...

Foundations of Paleoparasitology

Author: Adauto Araújo

Publisher: SciELO - Editora FIOCRUZ

ISBN: 8575415980

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Unprecedented initiative in the world, the book compiles the available knowledge on the subject and presents the state-of-the-art in paleoparasitology – term coined about 30 years ago by Brazilian Fiocruz researcher Luiz Fernando Ferreira, pioneer in this science which is concerned with the study of parasites in the past. Multidisciplinary by essence, paleoparasitology gathers contributions from social scientists, biologists, historians, archaeologists, pharmacists, doctors and many other professionals, either in biomedical or humanities fields. With varied applications such as in evolutionary or migration studies, their results often depend on the association between laboratory findings and cultural remains. The book is divided into four parts - Parasites, Hosts, and Human Environment; Parasites Remains Preserved in Various Materials and Techniques in Microscopy and Molecular Diagnostics; Parasite Findings in Archeological Remains: a paleographic view; and Special Studies and Perspectives. Signed by authors from various countries such as Argentina, USA, Germany and France, the book has chapters devoted to the discoveries of paleoparasitology on all continents.

Method and Theory in Paleoethnobotany

But if such assemblages were the result of the accidental charring of either
processed grain or unpounded spikelets (as recently suggested by van der Veen
and Jones [2006]), then it would imply that almost every assemblage from
Ashville is ...

Method and Theory in Paleoethnobotany

Author: John M. Marston

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 1607323168

Page: 480

View: 521

Paleoethnobotany, the study of archaeological plant remains, is poised at the intersection of the study of the past and concerns of the present, including agricultural decision making, biodiversity, and global environmental change, and has much to offer to archaeology, anthropology, and the interdisciplinary study of human relationships with the natural world. Method and Theory in Paleoethnobotany demonstrates those connections and highlights the increasing relevance of the study of past human-plant interactions for understanding the present and future. A diverse and highly regarded group of scholars reference a broad array of literature from around the world as they cover their areas of expertise in the practice and theory of paleoethnobotany—starch grain analysis, stable isotope analysis, ancient DNA, digital data management, and ecological and postprocessual theory. The only comprehensive edited volume focusing on method and theory to appear in the last twenty-five years, Method and Theory in Paleoethnobotany addresses the new areas of inquiry that have become central to contemporary archaeological debates, as well as the current state of theoretical, methodological, and empirical work in paleoethnobotany.

Human Paleoecology in the Levantine Corridor

Species classified as " Accidental ” were not included in the analysis of the
archaeological fauna , as current data on sightings of ... These birds may thus
represent the natural paleo - configuration of the bird population's constituents in
winter .

Human Paleoecology in the Levantine Corridor

Author: N. Goren-Inbar

Publisher: Oxbow Books Limited

ISBN: 9781842171554

Page: 220

View: 298

Few areas of the world have played as prominent a role in human evolution as the Levantine Corridor, a comparatively narrow strip of land sandwiched between the Mediterranean Sea on the west and the expanse of inhospitable desert to the east. The first hominids to leave Africa, over 1.5 million years ago, first entered the Levant before spreading into what is now Europe and Asia. About 100,000 years ago another African exodus, this time of anatomically modern humans, colonised the Levant before expanding into Eurasia. Toward the end of the Pleistocene, this Corridor also witnessed some of the earliest steps toward economic and social intensification, perhaps the most radical change in hominid lifestyle that ultimately paved the way for sedentary communities wholly dependent on domestic animals and cultivated plants.

Huron Paleoethnobotany

In addition , there are numerous opportunities for the accidental inclusion of wild
seeds in fire places ( Minnis 1981 ) . ... Since paleoethnobotany deals with the
interaction between humans and plants , it is desirable to know as much as ...

Huron Paleoethnobotany

Author: Stephen George Monckton

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 226

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Living Paleo For Dummies

If the wrong foods aren't in the house, you can't accidentally eat them in a flurry of
cravings or wavering commitment. So roll up your sleeves, grab a trash bag for
castoffs and a cardboard box for food to donate, and then take a deep breath and
 ...

Living Paleo For Dummies

Author: Melissa Joulwan

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118294076

Page: 368

View: 509

A fun and practical guide for adopting Paleo diet principles into your daily life The human body survived for more than 2 million years with the food found in nature: game meat, fish, vegetables, wild fruits, eggs, and nuts. Humans were thriving on this diet high in animal fat and proteins and low in carbohydrates, but things changed when we introduced unnatural and processed foods to our bodies. The Paleo movement is one of today's hottest diet and healthy-eating approaches. Its appeal comes from the fact that it is a sustainable alternative to more restrictive diets that often lead to burnout and failed weight loss efforts. The Paleo diet is about using natural foods to achieve great health and a perfect physique. Living Paleo For Dummies shows you how to adopt the Paleo lifestyle and improve your health and longevity. Offering more than 40 recipes for every meal of the day, and providing tips for getting around common roadblocks such as eating out, this essential guide to adopting a primal diet also provides the latest, cutting edge research from genetics, biochemistry, and anthropology to help you look, feel, and perform your best. The details of eating the foods that our bodies were designed to eat A complete introductory plan to kick start the Paleo journey Tricks to save on the food bill while adhering to a primal meal plan Living Paleo For Dummies is for anyone looking for a fun and informative guide that simplifies the complexities of the Paleo Diet while outlining and explaining the science behind the benefits.

Current Northeast Paleoethnobotany

The frequency of Ranunculus achenes in the rock hearth suggests it is not an
accidental inclusion . Assuming that the presence of this species represents
intentional use , some medicinal or ritual ( charm ) purpose likely accounts for its
 ...

Current Northeast Paleoethnobotany

Author: New York State Museum

Publisher: New York State Museum

ISBN:

Page: 235

View: 180

Sammelgeschichte - Agrargeschichte - Chenopodium - Helianthus - Domestikation - Sammelwirtschaft - Indianer.

Plants People and Paleoecology

A final source of ethnobotanical information is the archaeological record .
Carbonized plant remains resulting from the accidental burning of foodstuffs or
the use of plant materials for fuel are present in many sites . However , the
reconstruction ...

Plants  People  and Paleoecology

Author: Frances B. King

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 224

View: 824

Paleobiology

ter / offshore paleoenvironment , the light - col - Green River Formation fishes by
McGrew ored summer laminae being composed almost ( 1975 ) and on other
Cenozoic ... Having died during the winter or accidental breaks in the rock . In
order ...

Paleobiology

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The Accidental Species

PREFACE 1 J. L. Franzen et al., "Complete primate skeleton from the Middle
Eocene of Messel in Germany: Morphology and paleobiology," PLOS One 4 (
2009): e5723, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0005723. 2 See my essay "Aspirational
 ...

The Accidental Species

Author: Henry Gee

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 022604498X

Page: 232

View: 489

The idea of a missing link between humanity and our animal ancestors predates evolution and popular science and actually has religious roots in the deist concept of the Great Chain of Being. Yet, the metaphor has lodged itself in the contemporary imagination, and new fossil discoveries are often hailed in headlines as revealing the elusive transitional step, the moment when we stopped being “animal” and started being “human.” In The Accidental Species, Henry Gee, longtime paleontology editor at Nature, takes aim at this misleading notion, arguing that it reflects a profound misunderstanding of how evolution works and, when applied to the evolution of our own species, supports mistaken ideas about our own place in the universe. Gee presents a robust and stark challenge to our tendency to see ourselves as the acme of creation. Far from being a quirk of religious fundamentalism, human exceptionalism, Gee argues, is an error that also infects scientific thought. Touring the many features of human beings that have recurrently been used to distinguish us from the rest of the animal world, Gee shows that our evolutionary outcome is one possibility among many, one that owes more to chance than to an organized progression to supremacy. He starts with bipedality, which he shows could have arisen entirely by accident, as a by-product of sexual selection, moves on to technology, large brain size, intelligence, language, and, finally, sentience. He reveals each of these attributes to be alive and well throughout the animal world—they are not, indeed, unique to our species. The Accidental Species combines Gee’s firsthand experience on the editorial side of many incredible paleontological findings with healthy skepticism and humor to create a book that aims to overturn popular thinking on human evolution—the key is not what’s missing, but how we’re linked.

Human Paleopathology

... the Persian massacres of A . D . 614 . This survey , however , did provide
evidence of leprosy in the Holy Land during the seventh century and earlier . In
the summer of 1983 we were notified of the accidental discovery of a mass grave
at the ...

Human Paleopathology

Author: Donald J. Ortner

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 311

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Journal of Paleopathology

... distorted but preserving all their interconnections , and attributed the accidental
origin and mechanism of the anomaly ... ( IGSH ) has been
encephalomeningoceles , which also are poorly documented in osteo - Journal
of Paleopathology 16 ...

Journal of Paleopathology

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Treatise on Marine Ecology and Paleoecology

Committee on a Treatise on Marine Ecology and Paleoecology Joel Walker
Hedgpeth, Harry Stephen Ladd ... arrival of migration, the transportation of larvae,
or by the accidental or intentional introduction of individuals from other territories.

Treatise on Marine Ecology and Paleoecology

Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on a Treatise on Marine Ecology and Paleoecology

Publisher:

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Page:

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Paleoanthropology

The vast majority of these are lost by accident over subsequent generations ,
since in each generation there is a chance the mutated gene will not be part of
the genetic material passed on to the next generation ( this is an example of drift
 ...

Paleoanthropology

Author: Milford H. Wolpoff

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages

ISBN:

Page: 878

View: 807

Since the first edition was introduced in 1980, Paleoanthropology has been the leading text for the upper-level undergraduate or graduate course in human evolution. Written by one of the world's leading experts on the subject, and the only human evolution text written by a paleontologist with direct experience with the fossil record, this new edition offers comprehensive coverage of all aspects of human evolution. This edition has been substantially revised and rewritten. It has been expanded to include the most recent research, theories, and new developments in the field, making it the most up-to-date and complete text on the human fossil record available.