Paleolithic Style Cranberry Sauce

340 grams fresh cranberries
175 grams (175 mL) fresh orange juice
150 grams honey

Combine cranberries, orange juice, and honey in saucepan. Simmer over medium heat, until cranberries pop and sauce thickens, about 10 to 15 minutes. Cool completely and refrigerate. Serve at room temperature.


Did pre-Agricultural Revolution humanoids eat Paleolithic Style Cranberry Sauce? Probably not! Did pre-Agricultural Revolution humanoids eat the ingredients found in Paleolithic Style Cranberry Sauce? Well, they were hunter / gatherers, so they ate all sorts of wild berries and fruits. Our ancient ancestors probably even ate some honey now and again when it was available.

Ever wonder why our Modern Era is plagued by a trend toward obesity? Some research shows that our post-Agricultural Revolution diet is the culprit. Eating more like our Paleolithic ancestors did the trick for me. My scale used to show well over 100 kilograms when I stepped on it, but soon after I eliminated grain, dairy and sugar from my diet, my scale shows only 88 kilograms. We can eat nearly like our Paleolithic ancestors ate in order to maintain a normal body mass index, but we no longer have to measure with our feet.

Did pre-Agricultural Revolution humanoids use grams and milliliters to measure their food ingredients? No, they were rather unsophisticated when it came to measurements, so they were probably so dumb that they used body parts as handy standards to measure things. Moderns of our species have come a long way since the days when a literal foot of flesh was as a standard of measurement. Well, at least some people have come a long way; others are not so advanced. Join our effort. Check it out. Kill the inch!

Do no be a Dunce