Yo, paleontologists, so what's on the menu?
First, are talking about the upper Paleolithic diet, the middle paleolithic diet, or the lower paleolithic diet. This is very important. Like I said, I want to do this right. For example, doesn't A̶t̶k̶i̶n̶s̶ ̶s̶p̶a̶g̶h̶e̶t̶t̶i̶ ̶ paleo spaghetti made with the flora and fauna of the upper paleolithic seem healthier than paleo spaghetti made lower paleolithic ingredients? They had crude flatbread after all.
I want my stir-fry be authentic, so chicken just won't do. Does anyone know where I can some teratorn meat? And I've decided to make my baccon from scratch so I can get that extra salty warthog flavor. However, I'm having hard time getting one imported at a resonable price and the zoo keeper looked me like was crazy when I asked where the meat department was. Finally, do think it would be okay to substitute elephant for wooly mammoth meat?
1. CPD: Currently popular diet. Do not to confused with the Carmel Police Department or continuing professional development. That would be bad.