Pork Fried “Rice” Recipe

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This goes squats, pushups, abmat situps, pullups, burpees, pullups,
abmat situps, pushups, squats

Fried rice? Yep, still possible, paleo-style!

Here is another recipe passed on from Cyrene. She found it at (and here’s a direct link to the recipe). It looks delicious, and she says it makes a LOT, which is great if you have a big crew to feed, or you want to have leftovers for a couple of days. I will try this one soon, and I think I’ll add a little sesame oil…

Paleo Pork Fried “Rice”


1 lb. ground pork

4 oz. mushrooms, sliced

1 shallot or 2 cloves of garlic

2 inch long piece of ginger

4 green onions, sliced

2Tbsp + 2Tbsp wheat free soy sauce (tamari)

1Tbsp + 1Tbsp  chili garlic sauce

1 head of cauliflower

2 eggs


In a saute pan add the pork and break it up into pieces with your spatula. Let me school you real quick in extracting flavor from ground meat–let it cook until it’s brown. That means, don’t stop cooking it until you physically see a brown crust on it, just like if you were searing a steak or chicken.

While the pork is browning, chop the cauliflower head into chunks and throw into your food processor. Pulverize until it’s turned into crumbles, this shouldn’t take but about 2 minutes. Remove the cauliflower and reserve in a bowl. Since the bowl of the processor is already dirty, you might as well let it do some more work for you and pulverize the ginger and shallots.

Once the pork is brown, brown, brown add the mushrooms, 1/2 the green onions, 2 Tbsp soy sauce, 1Tbsp garlic chili sauce, and the shallots and ginger. Let it come together and simmer for about 5 minutes. Remove the mixture from the pan and put into your serving dish.

Add the cauliflower to the saute pan. What you’re trying to do is cook the cauliflower crumbles. Keep your eye on it and stir it around every minute or so. It should be finished in about 8 minutes. Taste it to make sure it’s soft and doesn’t have an over cauliflower-y taste. Add 2 more Tbsp of soy sauce and 1 more Tbsp of chili garlic sauce. Place the cauliflower into the serving bowl.

In a small bowl, crack 2 eggs and whisk together with a fork. Add the eggs to the saute pan and constantly stir so the eggs scramble into small pieces. They should finish cooking in about 2 minutes. Add the eggs to the serving dish.

Add the other 1/2 of the green onions, toss everything around to coat and serve immediately.


3 thoughts on “Pork Fried “Rice” Recipe”

  1. Monty says:

    11:32rx. The second set of pushups always gets me.

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  3. Wararat says:

    my favorite part of this picrute is not the lime green V; it’s your I see out-of-the-corner-of-my-eye look but I’m still going to dominate this lift. Well done.@PJ: I’m thrilled to hear you saw Doc Mike. He mentioned this to me yesterday and I was fired up because it’s incredible how quickly you can come in a short time. 5 sessions in and I’m moving so much better. Only a couple more and I’ll be back in full Experiment mode. I’ll be there Thursday @ 6:40 straight crushing some scar tissue. It would be awesome to dominate some brisket afterward with you. Consider me in. @DT: I’ll see you Sunday, but I might as well announce good luck to you on the blog. D.T.F. with fighter jets. BOOM.

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