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About Tina Tsai

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Hey there! I’m Tina Tsai.

In a (paleo) nutshell, I’m a foodie that loves eating deliciously and healthily (for the most part). Having grown up in an Asian household in the United States (Atlanta, Georgia to be exact), I love creating and eating both Asian style dishes (such as the Coconut Milk Curry Chicken) and also American style dishes (such as Paleo Pan Fried Chicken).

So I started my blogging journey with this site, Oh Snap! Let’s Eat!. This is my food blog where I share my yummy, healthy, and mostly paleo recipes and food tips with everyone out there interested in the same thing.

Want to contact me? No problem! Send me a message at tina@ohsnapletseat.com! :)

P.S.  If you are looking for more information about my recipes:  a lot are paleo, most are gluten free and dairy free, but not all recipes are!  So be sure to check the ingredients list before you make anything if you are concerned!

About Chrissy

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Hi! I’m Chrissy.

I have loved the written word since before I was even able to pick up a pencil. So I pursued that love, and received my bachelors degree in journalism from Temple University in 2008. I have since worked as an editor and writer for magazines and blogs.

I first discovered clean eating and juicing when I watched the documentary, Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead in 2015 and decided to participate in the Reboot With Joe program. Since then I have spent a lot of time researching and reading about juicing, clean eating and The Paleo Diet — and I’ve fallen in love with the lifestyle.

I now love to cook and come up with new recipes, especially when I get to take photos of my work and share them with friends to inspire and excite them about eating healthy. I am thrilled to be a contributor to Oh Snap! Let’s Eat, as it allows me to share my love of food with the world. When I’m not in the kitchen I love reading, makeup artistry and spending time with my two rescue cats and my boyfriend.

About Jaclyn

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Hello, my name is Jaclyn and I have more pictures of food on my phone than my dog or boyfriend. Is that bad?

I am a foodie and have been since I was old enough to reach the kitchen counter, albeit while standing on a chair! I fell deeper in love with food when I spent a year and a half traveling in the Mediterranean, Caribbean and Central America. You’ll find I borrow many seasonings from my traveling experiences and create dishes that pack a lot of flavor.

In my early 20s I was vegan and focused on eating sustainable and local products. Eating organic and clean foods made my body feel fantastic and while I am no longer a complete vegan, I have continued my effort to only eat sustainable and organic products that nourish my body.

I’m super excited to be contributing to Oh Snap! Let’s Eat and am inspired to share my flavorful recipes for sustainable anda healthy eating. While most of my recipes are Paleo, I will warn you that my boyfriend is obsessed with cheese and my guilty pleasure is crusty bread. It works because I’m lactose intolerant and he is gluten free. I’ll always denote when a recipe has optional deviations from the Paleo diet. Using ingredients from my own personal garden, the farmer’s market and local butchers, I bring recipes that span the globe and nourish the soul.

About Holly

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I’m a novice cook that loves experimenting with tasty low carb recipes. I was introduced to the ketogenic diet (restricting carbohydrate intake to about 20g daily) in 2015 and have since fallen in love with it. Initially I adopted the diet to lose extra pounds (which it helped me do very easily), but I’ve now adopted it as a way of life rather than a temporary fix. My energy levels are through the roof, my food addiction is under control, and I can eat my favorite foods (cheese and chicken wings, anyone?) without gorging myself or fearing weight gain. I’m not qualified to talk about how the diet may benefit those with certain health conditions, but it’s worth looking into if blood glucose management and other diet-related health conditions concern you.

While I have no intention of returning to a conventional American diet, I must admit there are some things I really miss… namely pizza, pasta and rice. My recipes featured here are some of my successful experiments (I’ll spare you the countless pseudo-carb failures!) that make great alternatives to carb-dense meals, whether you’re looking to adopt the ketogenic diet, gradually lower your carb intake or simply try something new.

Though the principles behind keto and paleo are quite different, there are many overlaps with ingredients and I hope you find my tips to be useful in whatever approach to nutrition you take!