Please have patience as this page is going to take a lot of work and I will do my best to get it populated asap. In the mean time there are lots of good websites and cookbooks with tons of low-starch/no-starch recipes.
Foodee.co. This is a great website that will give you lots of Paleo recipes and even organize shopping lists for you. Are all of these low-starch/no-starch? Nope, so you’ll have to modify. For example: if you see a recipe that calls for sweet potatoes then just leave those out, etc.
EverydayPaleo. Sarah Fragoso has a fantastic Paleo recipe website and a really good book. Again, you might have to substitute out starchy things like rutabaga in certain recipes but that’s not hard.
KickAs.org. Again, this wonderful website has a recipe section that you should check out. I find other websites like the two above are a little more creative and gourmet, but kickas.org may be the right place if you want very clear guidelines on clean diet options
That’s it for now. I’ll try to put together a shopping list moving forward.
If you are already a good cook then you’ll have no problems finding creative ways to eat.
If you don’t know your dingo from a doughnut in the kitchen then you should learn some simple “go to” meals and build some simple techniques as soon as possible. Learn how to scramble eggs, learn how to brown some meat and throw in some spices and veggies, chuck a bunch of lettuce and veg in a bowl and throw some meat and eggs on it, get a whole chicken and shove it in the oven on 350 for 1.5 hours w/a little salt and pepper and call it a day. You can do this. Make sure you have leftovers to snack on. Have lots of fat and protein and you’ll be fine.