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Kate here…

Just had the best lunch so I thought I’d share :)

I like nothing nicer than a yummy sandwich and a bag of crisps (chips) for lunch, well I used to when I was a regular kinda gal. Now I can thanks once again to Multiply Delicious‘s Paleo Herb Buns

As you may already know, I make these buns on a weekly basis for my teenage caveman in the making to take for school lunches every day. Until today I didn’t know what all the hype was about and why he loved them so much.

This time I made them bigger! Using my Yorkshre pudding tin/pan I made them twice as big as before. NOW they even look like regular buns with the added bonus of being wheat/gluten/dairy/refined sugar free.

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I sliced and filled mine with ham off the bone, cucumber and a generous squirt of my favorite paleo dejon mustard = yum, Yum, YUM!

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AND don’t forget the crips/chips. These chips are just a blend of sweet potatoes and beets but they are fried in expeller pressed canola oil, which I had never heard of. This is what I found on the subject…

Expeller-pressed oils (sold as unrefined or refined) are healthier than solvent-extracted oils. Unrefined expeller-pressed oils retain more nutrients (including antioxidants) that are used by your body to metabolize fats more efficiently. I recommend that you choose organic, expeller-pressed, unrefined oils whenever possible. Organic oils are from plants grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, fungicides, fertilizers, or herbicides. Spectrum Naturals is one company that makes a wide-variety of quality products, including mayonnaise, made with expeller-pressed oils.

Source: Bestnaturalfoods.com

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The mustard is paleo clean as far as I can tell. It’s few ingredients are: distilled white vinegar, water, mustard seed, salt and cloves.

Both the chips and mustard can be bought form your local supermarket. I do believe I have purchased both of these from Fred Myers, QFC and PCC.

What did you have for lunch today?

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