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My wife and I are following the Primal Blueprint, and we’ve got a question for you fellow Primal people out there. Our first-grader’s classroom is organized as a “garden,” and twice per academic year each child is “gardener of the week.” Among other things, that child brings in snacks for the class every day of that week.
This is easy for kids whose parents will pack them Oreos. Our pantry has only real food in it.
So, what do you all suggest we pack when our Veronica is gardener of the week? We need four separate snacks, one for each of the four days she’ll be doing it. They need to meet these criteria: (1) be Primal, (2) be something Veronica can eat (dairy and almonds are out for her), (3) be something that won’t be over-the-top expensive, and (4) seem non-lame to non-Primal kids.
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