Welcome to Caveman Kamado

We’re glad you’re here.

TL;DR: A lot of paleo-friendly food made on a phenomenal cast iron cooker.

You’ve heard the hype. You probably know more about the oh-so trendy Paleo diet than you ever wished to. You didn’t really have a choice in this, those friends “on paleo” felt it was their ancestral duty to share with you the wisdom of eating like your distant grand pappy.

And for those of you unfamiliar with Paleo, here’s my synopsis:

  1. Eat whole foods
  2. Lift heavy things
  3. Walk a lot, run a little
  4. Sleep in the dark

We’ll leave the craze behind and focus on one undeniable truth: wholesome food cooked well is delicious.


Yes,those are onions. No, onions aren’t “paleo”. Cool. So for the record, we’re not going to be dogmatic about much here.


And the really fun part is we’ll be doing it on an ancient (not quite paleolithic) cooker. It is believed the Kamado-style clay cooker originated in China and made its way to Japan circa 500 A.D. From there, it would evolve into multiple designs and uses. The Goldens’ Cast Iron Cooker is the first-of-its kind, replacing the fragile ceramic cooker material with durable and food-friendly cast iron.

Welcome to the intersection of paleo and the Iron Age.

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