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Going Primal for Valentine’s Day

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Q: My wife and I both follow a Paleo/Primal diet and we’re both very busy. We don’t eat out that often because we have trouble finding restaurants that serve hunter-gatherer-type meals. I’d like to surprise my wife this Valentine’s Day by serving a tasty Primal dinner at home.

Have any suggestions on easy foods to make that we’d both enjoy?

—Mike S., San Diego

a: How thoughtful of you! Your wife is going to love your surprise! Among the many great things about the Paleo/Primal Diet is that it’s easy to

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