Many of you have probably heard of the Paleolithic or Caveman diet. It came to life around the time of the Atkins, which advocates similar eating plans (less the dairy).You’ll find a wealth of information online, if you just look it up!
Wonderfully, the Paleo diet is also gluten-free! So it’s no wonder that the newly opened Paleolicious in Desa Sri Hartamas has been a favorite of mine recently. Not only are the waitstaff so kind and helpful, the food is AMAZING! I could literally order anything on the menu (when does that *ever* happen to me??!!). Freedom of worry is freedom indeed.
Check out their website here, and go wild at their place! Special mention: they also have wild caught salmon from Norway at the most affordable price I’ve seen in these parts.
My favorities at Paleolicious: Bullet Coffee with coconut oil (delicious, and prevents the crash!) and Chocolate Banana Cake (mimics the texture of real, luscious banana chocolate cake, less the sugar!)
Location: 58, Jalan 27/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 50486
I’ve been asked quite a few times about how I do composting in my apartment, so I thought I’d put together a simple one-pager to share with you what I’ve done and learned so far in my urban composting journey.
Apartment composting is tricky: you don’t have the soil to put the compost into, nor do you have easy access to leaves and other dry organic matter that is needed for the composting process.
Nonetheless, success is possible! It may take little more time, but it certainly can be done!
Daisy’s Apartment Compost Bin
Oooooh. Luscious, beautiful compost!
Click here to download “CatC_Daisy’s Guide to Apartment Composting_Feb 2017. ”
Enjoy, and feel free to share. The more of us composting, the better!