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WOW! [A Poolside Purity Follow-Up]

That Preacher Guy

I just want to say thank you.

Thanks for reading.

Thanks for commenting.

Thanks for sharing, and discussing, and engaging in what is (evidently) a very touchy subject.

I know it is cliche to think you should “act like you’ve been there before” but I haven’t. My post on Poolside Purity a couple of weeks ago, like so many other things I’ve written over the years, was written to share some thoughts that I have on a topic. I hope Christians will challenge the status quo, but be submissive to Scripture.

Most of the time what I write is seen by a few hundred people with whom my path has crossed over the years. Something about this post struck a nerve, and it resonated with literally hundreds of thousands of people. I can’t describe how humbling it is to watch those kinds of numbers, and it has been fun.


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Hu Tieu (Kuy Teav) – Cambodian Pork and Seafood Noodle Soup

The Domestic Man

Gluten-Free, Paleo, Perfect Health Diet

Hu Tieu (also spelled Kuy Teav and គុយទាវ) is a Cambodian pork and seafood noodle soup, much like the Vietnamese Pho. While I’m a huge fan of Pho (it’s in my cookbook), sometimes it’s a little too beefy for my tastes; Hu Tieu serves as an excellent break from the norm.

It’s believed that this dish originated among Chinese immigrants living in Cambodia, and later spread to the rest of the country. It’s also a popular breakfast meal. Like many Asian soups, there is no one way to prepare this dish. Feel free to experiment with all sorts of add-ins, including meat balls or any leftover meat you may have.

This dish sits firmly in the Perfect Health Diet spectrum of Paleo since it uses rice noodles, but feel free to use sweet potato noodles (or even zucchini noodles) instead. One of these days, I’ll help convince the Paleo…

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