The Kitchen Equipment Encyclopedia. Recommendations for Paleo/Primal Eaters. Covers all kitchen equipment, tools and gadgets that can be used in the preparation of: meat, fish, shellfish, eggs, tree nuts, vegetables, roots, fruit, berries, mushrooms, herbs, and spice seeds. There are 250 descriptive entries with pictures organized into 36 categories.
PaleoFood Mall - A page of links to sites selling and shipping foods that would be acceptable on the Paleo Diet. There are numerous sites selling grass fed meat, plus other food products: fish, shellfish, eggs, tree nuts, vegetables, roots, fruit, berries, mushrooms, and honey.
PaleoFood Meals - A page of links to vendors of paleo meals. Fresh, frozen, and freeze-dried. Shipped, delivered, and picked up.
GF Mall - Annotated list of all the gluten-free food vendors. There are now more listed here than you could possibly make use of. But when this started it was just a few vendors listed in a section on the links page. Now grouped into categories. But it hasn't been updated in years.
NoMilk Mall - A page of links to sites selling foods and beverages that are 100% free of dairy; plus links to lactose reduction products. But it hasn't been updated in years.
Other Link Pages:
PaleoDiet - A page of annotated links to sites for the Paleolithic Diet, also called the caveman or a hunter/gatherer diet. It is gluten and dairy free. My favorite page. There is also a definition of the Paleolithic diet. Also collections of articles and studies on this diet and some disorders:
Foraging - A page of annotated links to sites on foraging and ethnobotony. Foraging can be done anywhere. Don't miss the sub-page on Clams and Clamming (which can't be done everywhere).
GF Links - The Gluten-Free Page started as my initial home page in April 1996 (after putting up the Reichelt page). It had once been a definitive list of Net sites on celiac disease/gluten intolerance, and the gluten-free diet. It is annotated.
Gluten-Free/Celiac Books is a spinoff from GF Links. It has been expanded and now covers more than 200 books and has concise descriptive reviews for each book.
NoMilk - A page of many
annotated links to sites for people wishing to avoid dairy products for health or other reasons. Examples are lactose maldigestion, milk allergy, milk protein intolerance, casein intolerance, and the vegan diet. Has Intro.
These are Common Misdiagnoses for Undiagnosed Celiac Disease:
Candida Page - A page of many annotated links to sites for Candida Albicans and Candidiasis.
IBS Page - A page of annotated links to many sites on Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
PaleoFood - 1900+ recipes that are free of Neolithic foods. Recipes are: grain-free, bean-free, potato-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free. Ingredients used: meat, fish, shellfish, eggs, tree nuts, vegetables, roots, fruit, berries, mushrooms, and honey.
GF Recipes - Menu to
various files on gluten-free grains that have been collected from the Net.
BigSpud - Thousands of
potato recipes and suggestions collected from the rec.food.cooking Usenet newsgroup. Organized
by posted thread and grouped by cooking method. Covers 1995 through 2007.
Ron Hoggan Articles - The table of contents to various articles written by Ron Hoggan, a friend of mine from Calgary now living on Vancouver Island. After writing these articles he went on to write Dangerous Grains. Or buy it here Amazon.com. You can also buy Smarten Up!, a video of Ron presenting on the topic of how gluten grains impede learning in sensitive individuals, and how they can affect one's behavior. And Ron's latest book is The Iron Edge.
Collected Net Articles of Dr. Kalle Reichelt - Contains articles on the connection between Mental Disease, Autism, Schizophrenia, ADD, ADHD, Allergies, etc., and Gluten/Casein Intolerance. My first page in March 1996. Later it got more up-to-date formatting.
After the Eliot Spitzer story broke I was able to get many images of The Emperors Club VIP model companions from archive.org. See the thumbnail gallery and profiles.
My Picture Albums. Includes travel, Halloween and Carnival parades, foraging walks, Victorian houses, Ground Zero, and the popular Brooklyn Storefronts, which was featured in the NY Times. 10,000 pictures in easy to view web resolution. Large thumb nails.
I now write trip journals for most of my trips. Most of the trips are bicycle oriented. There are more than 40 Caribbean islands visited. There are five Northern European countries visited. Plus San Francisco.
Before driving up to the Woodstock Music & Art Fair in 1969 I painted my car with poster paint. My brother found a picture of it on some Super 8 video taking out of a house window: painted car. A photo of it existed. My ticket.