I've gone to Costco. I've gone to the grocery store. I've cooked four chickens. I'm just about ready to take the plunge & start Intro to GAPS.
I was going to start today, but I simply wasn't ready. I didn't want to do all the finish-up prep work on Sunday, so today's my gett'er done day.
Things I still need to do:
Make my chicken broth. I'm boiling the chicken carcasses (read POST here) for 8 hours, straining the liquid, and then I should have lots of great broth, which you should have with every meal for the next 30-days. I have no idea how much broth I'll end up with, but hopefully it's enough for a few weeks. I'll freeze some of it so that it will last.
Buy at least 2 lbs of fish, including scales & bones. We'll see what my local grocery has.
Buy at least 2 lbs of meat bones. I have NO idea if they have what I need. I might have to purchase my meats online in the future. My plan B until that happens? Beef broth from the store if I can find some with out MSG, and one that has lower salt.
Make onion broth.
Buy a large strainer. I'll probably use my colander until I can buy one.
I should be ready by tomorrow. I went and bought some liquid magnesium, by the way. We'll see if I notice any difference by tomorrow.
A great blog, The Healthy Home Economist, is having "Monday Mania" where people from various blogs list a link for interesting blog posts. I've found some neat things there, and put a link of my own this week (#58). Check it out!