Paleo Asian Beef and “Rice” Meal Prep

Slow Cooker Asian Beef Bowls [low-carb, grain-free, dairy-free] | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

This healthy asian paleo beef recipe, made mostly in the slow cooker, is the perfect make ahead lunch or dinner! It’s paired with cauliflower “rice” and veggies and is a great low-carb, whole30 and paleo meal prep. Double the recipe and you can also make it dinner one night and lunch for the next few days!

Paleo beefPaleo Asian Beef Rice Bowl

This Whole30, Keto and Paleo Asian Beef and Rice bowl is a great addition to your meal prep rotation! The savory shredded beef is cooked in a slow cooker and then served with veggies, paleo cauliflower rice and a really delicious asian style sauce. We use onions, red pepper and broccoli but you can really swap out with any veggies you have on hand that you think will go well in this dish like carrots, bok choy, or cauliflower.

Paleo beef rice recipe

What You Need to Make this Slow Cooker Paleo Beef Recipe:

  • Boneless chuck roast (feel free to double this amount if you want extra meat for future meals)
  • Coconut aminos (this is a soy-free and gluten-free alternative to soy sauce)
  • Coconut sugar
  • Rice wine vinegar
  • Garlic
  • Toasted sesame oil
  • Ginger 
  • Cauliflower (to make the grain-free “rice”)
  • Red bell pepper
  • Onion
  • Broccoli florets
  • Scallions
  • Sesame seeds

Can You Use Premade or Frozen Cauliflower Rice?

Yes! We take advantage of frozen cauliflower all the time, and love that it’s readily available now. There isn’t much difference between fresh or frozen except that the frozen can hold a little bit more water in it. So if you don’t want to do the extra step of making your own cauliflower rice, feel free to use premade!

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Crock-Pot Asian Beef & Paleo 'Rice' Bowls

Prep Time 00:10 Cook Time 04:00 Total Time 4:10 Serves 4

Ingredients

  • 2 lb grass-fed boneless chuck steak

Marinade

Paleo Rice Bowls

Directions

  1. Season chuck with salt and pepper and in a large skillet, greased, sear on both sides for 30 seconds.
  2. Place boneless chuck steak in slow cooker.
  3. In a bowl mix together marinade and pour over chuck. Cook on high for 4 hours.
  4. Once done, remove from crock-pot and shred, discarding the fat.
  5. Pulse cauliflower in food processor until rice-sized pieces form.
  6. In a pan heat 1 tablespoon of oil and 1 garlic clove for 30 seconds until flagrant. Add cauliflower rice and mix for 3 to 5 minutes until softened. Remove from heat and set aside.
  7. Add 1 tablespoon of oil to pan along with last garlic clove. Add in veggies and sauté for 5-8 minutes until translucent. Add coconut aminos, rice vinegar, red pepper flakes, and salt. Mix and let cook for an additional 5-8 minutes, until soft. Add in shredded beef and let cook together for 5 minutes.
  8. Assemble: In a bowl, add cauli rice and then add veggie/beef mixture. Garnish with sesame seeds and scallions.

Recipe Notes

  • You can mix up any vegetables you have on hand!
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Why I Ditched Dryer Sheets for Wool Dryer Balls

Did you know dryer sheets and most laundry soaps can be some of the biggest offenders of toxins in our home?

Here’s the thing: there’s so much we cannot control, but for the things we can, and use daily, why wouldn’t we do a little research and make safer swaps for our families? At the very least, we should be aware of what is in them! I use two resources in our home to identify how toxic our products are. One is EWG.ORG/SKINDEEP and the other is the Think Dirty APP. Both are apps that you can use to scan barcodes in your home, and see how toxic your current products are. Pretty cool, right?

It can be slightly terrifying when you start scanning your products, but remember: make small changes and do the best you can. Switching out toxic dryer sheets for wool dryer balls was a no-brainer.

In closet with clothes using wool dryer balls

Why I use Wool Dryer Balls

The average household contains about 62 toxic chemicals. We’re exposed to them daily, from the phthalates in synthetic fragrances to the noxious fumes in oven cleaners. Ingredients in common household products have been linked to asthma, cancer, reproductive disorders, hormone disruption and neurotoxicity. I am in no way trying to scare you here, but these are facts, and knowledge is power. If you know better, you can do better!

Why are dryer sheets toxic?

Dryer sheets contain fragrance and other chemicals that can trigger asthma and disrupt hormones. With this on your clothes, they rub and absorb into your skin (which is your biggest organ) all day and outgas in your closet.  Now in a prefect world, you’d be able to easily choose which products are safe for your family by looking at the labels and ingredients, but did you know manufacturers aren’t required to disclose which ingredients are harmful? It’s super upsetting, hence why I want to spread the word so everyone can be aware of it.

There was recently a study conducted that tested five name brand dryer sheets and it showed that the dryer sheets emitted 15 endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) and chemicals associated with asthma. Evidence from studies suggests that EDCs can affect developing reproductive and nervous systems, metabolism, and cancer. No thank you. Ditching them is such an easy way to avoid the harmful effects.

What are dryer balls?

Wool dryer balls are balls that you toss in your dryer instead of a dryer sheet. You can add essential oils to them for scent if you want, too!
 
Here are the benefits:
  • Decrease your energy bill: Using dryer balls allow you to reduce heat settings and speed up drying time from 10-25% depending on the size of the load and how many dryer balls you use. Dryer balls help circulate air in the dryer, allowing the laundry to dry more quickly!
  • Save you money: Within a few short months wool dryer balls pay for themselves. Dryer balls last much longer and cost much less than using dryer sheets or liquid fabric softener!
  • Made to last: Dryer balls should last for over 1,000 loads or roughly 3-5 years.
  • Reduce your carbon footprint
  • Decrease your exposure to chemicals

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Read why I switched my cleaning products and what I use that’s safer here!

How to Use Wool Dryer Balls

  • Add 3 wool dryer balls to your dryer.
  • Run your dryer on medium heat cycle
  • Leave your dryer balls in the dryer for your next load!

If you are worried about static cling, add a large safety pin to one or all of your dryer balls. The charged electrons are collected by the balls and the highly conductive metal safety pins. When the pin touches the metal of the dryer, the electrons are discharged into the drum, away from the clothes, and static is reduced. Also, reduce your dryer heat setting and make sure you pull your clothes when they are dry. Already dried clothes tumbling for excessive amounts of time increase the static and your energy costs.

How to Make Wool Dryer Balls with Essential Oils

If you want them scented? Add 3-4 drops of an organic essential oil you love to each ball, and run them on the no heat setting with your laundry for ten minutes.

Which Dryer Balls to Buy

There are definitely organic options I’ve seen on Amazon (like these or these), but I trust my friends at Branch Basics (who I use for Laundry Detergent and Cleaning Supplies), so I get mine there. I trust their products because they don’t contain fillers, are made with 100% premium USA wool that does not unravel and will last for years, they are compostable for organic gardening, they are biodegradable, non-allergenic, and are made with no harmful chemicals!

Discount for you:

My friends at Branch Basics let me give you 15% off starter kit with code LEXI15! The starter set includes one 33 oz. Concentrate, three empty spray bottles, one Foaming Wash bottle, one Laundry bottle, and then I add the oxygen boost and dryer balls to my order.
 

I was not paid to write this post, though it does contain affiliate links. Here’s my promise to you. While I make a small percentage on sales used through my code, I TRUST this brand. I PERSONALLY use them in my home for my family, and no super small amount of commission is worth compromising your trust. So please trust me when I say I would never promote a product that I don’t fully stand behind.

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Paleo Chicken Stir Fry

This Paleo Chicken Stir Fry uses cauliflower rice, whatever veggies you have on hand, and is so simple to throw together! It is a great Whole30, low-carb, dairy-free, egg-free, and gluten-free meal for any night of the week!

Paleo Chicken Stir Fry mealPaleo Stir Fry

Stir-fry night should also be called clean-out-your-refrigerator night to make a delicious, quick meal! Let this recipe serve more as a guide to using up what you have on hand to create a quick meal that everybody will love, with a really delicious paleo stir fry sauce. We serve this with a garlic scallion cauliflower rice, but you could alternative serve the stir fry with regular white rice if you would like!

You could also alternative use another meat here, like thin sliced steak or pork, or you could really fill up on the veggies and make this meatless!

Paleo Stir Fry with cauliflower rice

What Veggies Can You Use For This Paleo Chicken Stir Fry

In this recipe we used:

  • Broccoli
  • Red Pepper
  • Snap Peas
  • Bok Choy
  • Mushrooms
  • Carrots
  • Bean Sprouts

But you could really use any veggies you have on hand or what is in season. This is the perfect dish to cook up all year long, but particularly good during the CSA season when your refrigerator is full of veggies!

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Stir-Fry with Garlic Scallion Cauli Rice

Prep Time 00:05 Cook Time 00:15 Total Time 0:20 Serves 4

Ingredients

    Teriyaki sauce

    Stir Fry

    • 2 tablespoons sesame oil
    • 2 garlic cloves, minced
    • 1 red onion, sliced
    • 2 broccoli crowns, chopped
    • 1 cup mushrooms, thinly sliced
    • 1 organic red pepper, chopped
    • 1/2 cup snap peas
    • 1 lb organic chicken breast
    • 2 handfuls fresh organic spinach
    • 1 bunch baby bok choy, sliced in half
    • 2 cups bean sprouts

    Garlic Scallion Cauli-Rice

    Directions

    1. In a bowl, mix together teriyaki sauce ingredients and set aside.

    2. In a large skillet, heat sesame oil over medium-high heat.

    2. Add garlic and onion and let cook until the onion turns translucent, about 3-5 minutes.

    3. Add broccoli, mushrooms, red pepper, and snap peas and cook for 3-5 minutes, or until mushrooms have softened.

    4. Add chicken and cook until the chicken is fully cooked through and no pink remains.

    5. Pour in teriyaki sauce and mix well. Add in spinach, baby bok choy, and bean sprouts. Once the spinach starts to wilt, turn off the heat and set aside.

    6. Using a food processor or cheese grater, pulse/grate cauliflower until rice consistency.

    3. Heat a medium-sized skillet over medium-high heat.

    4. Add in cauliflower rice, seasoned vinegar, salt, and scallions.

    5. Let cook, stirring often, for 3-5 minutes or until the cauliflower starts to soften.

    6. Transfer to bowl and serve hot.

    Recipe Notes

    Updated 3/1/2017

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    10 Things You Can Do to Help The Environment Now

    It’s a big world we’re living in, and a big planet means big problems. Even as we focus a little extra attention on loving on the Earth this month, the environmental issues at hand — air pollution, poor waste management, water scarcity, climate change, and more — are so overwhelming that it can feel much easier to cross our fingers and hope that big-picture efforts to right the ship can fix it. Right? We get it. 

    We get it, but we want to empower you to do more than just cross your fingers. As intimidating as these literal planet-sized problems can feel, there are small steps that each of us can take to contribute to the solution — so small, in fact, that you can execute on them today, tomorrow, definitely this week. We wrote a post on ways we’re reducing plastic in our homes, and here are ten other ways to start.

    10 Things You Can Do to Help The Environment Now

    Like, right now. 

    1. Streamline your errands. Errands can be a total drag, but you can turn them into a game and love on the environment in the process by challenging yourself to condense that long list of to-dos as much as possible. Map out your route before you get started (maybe while you snack on a Banana Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffin?) and see how many of your must-do errands can be squeezed into one trip out of the house — and minimal mileage. You’ll save time for yourself and cut back on the amount of time spent on the road, which is great for air quality. 

    2. Donate to a food kitchen. Get ahead of the inevitable temptation to toss unused food and pantry items by gathering a box of things to donate right now. Find a local food kitchen, food bank, or other organization that needs what you already have and help them out. Getting proactive about culling your refrigerator and cabinets before your kitchen gets out of control will ensure that you don’t go on a full-on KonMari tear down the road, filling your garbage can with packaging and food that others would be happy to have. 

    3. Buy in bulk. If you find yourself restocking certain non-perishable items on a seemingly constant basis, it may be time to consider buying those items in larger quantities. When you buy in bulk, you cut back on the amount of packaging you consume, thus minimizing waste. You’ll also save yourself time in running future errands. Racking up wins everywhere! 

    4. Start saving scratch paper. Our world is mostly paperless these days, but it never hurts to have some paper around for making grocery lists and jotting down random notes to self. We love cute stationery as much as the next person, but let’s be real: all those sweet little notepads decorated with flowers or seasonal fruit are a needless expense and another place for us to be wasteful. Start collecting flyers, mail, and other scratch paper that still have plenty of space for your own writing. If you can’t see yourself building up much of a scratch paper collection, challenge yourself to cut back on random needless paper in other ways by letting store associates know ASAP that you don’t need a receipt printed or by swapping out your paper towels for reusable cloths. 

    5. Turn off the tap. If you’re caught up in the rhythm of your morning or bedtime routine, you may find yourself walking away from the sink while you brush your teeth, leaving the sink on so you can multitask — deal with an upset kid, choose an outfit, make a sandwich — while you brush. Well, multitasking will be the death of all of us and the environment if that’s how we do it. Let’s put an end to it! Turn off the tap for the majority of your tooth-brushing ritual. Over the course of your lifetime, all that running water can really add up! 

    6. Take control of junk mail. How much of your snail mail ends up in the garbage can or recycling bin before you even look at it? We’re willing to bet that the answer is some variation of a lot. Stop the madness and significantly reduce your paper waste by going paperless with your bank and utilities companies (you can usually adjust these settings online) and by removing your name from mailing lists with the help of DMAchoice. Your mailbox and the environment will both thank you.

    7. Organize a carpool. Fewer cars on the road equals less dangerous emissions into the air we breathe. Invite some pals over, put out some wine and snacks (Crunchy Chickpeas, anyone?), and map out the driving you have planned over the next few weeks. Figure out where there’s overlap and start getting some carpools on the schedule, whether for yourself or your kid’s ride to school. Driving is more fun when you do it together, anyway.

    8. Lay off the lights. Start paying closer attention to the way you use lights in your home or office. We get it — flicking light switches on and forgetting to flick them off is probably a reflex at this point, which is why it’s time to get intentional. Lights don’t need to stay on when you’re not in the room, right? Cutting back on electricity use helps the environment and reduces your electric bill, too.

    9. Plant a tree. All it takes is a small plot of land and a shovel… and only a little time. Every tree creates an ecosystem and food for birds and other animals and improves the health of the atmosphere by absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen. Plus, it’s a super tangible way to show your love for Mother Earth and will serve as a constant visual reminder that you have the power to make a difference to the environment.

    10. Go veg for a day. We’re not at all suggesting that you go completely meat-free — only that challenging yourself for a day of vegetarianism here and there is one way to show your solidarity with our planet. Many meat farmers and manufacturers fail to engage in eco-friendly practices, causing the loss of water and nutrients, plus water pollution. Play your part in supporting farmers you trust and easing that burden by once and a while taking it easy on your meat consumption now and then.

    Planting greenery as ways to help the environment

    Quick Spicy Italian Chicken in Tomatoes

    Spicy Chicken In Tomato Sauce {Low-carb, paleo-friendly, Whole30 compliant, 30 minutes or less} | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

    This Quick Spicy Italian Chicken in Tomatoes is such a simple and quick weeknight dinner, that is packed with so much flavor! There is option to turn up, or eliminate the heat of the dish, but either way it’s delicious. Serve these chicken breasts in tomato sauce alongside roasted green beans and you have yourself a perfect low-carb, paleo-friendly, Whole30 approved meal that takes under 30 minutes to prepare! Talk about a WIN!

    Chicken breast in tomato sauceQuick Cooked Chicken Breast in Tomato Sauce

    Easy weeknight dinners are THE BEST! This quick cooking Spicy Italian Chicken in Tomatoes is a super delicious dinner to cook when you have less than 30 minutes to get food on the table and you are relying on pantry staples!

    We made this low carb by serving it with roasted green beans, but if you want to go a little heavier with the carbs and have a little bit more time on your hands you can serve it with roasted potatoes, rice or pasta.

    Chicken breast cooked in tomato sauceWant to make this easy chicken and tomato recipe without the spice?

    We love spice, but not everybody does, especially if you are serving kids at the table. Feel free to omit the red pepper flakes in this dish, or lower the heat by adding in just half.

    Ingredients Needed to Make this Italian Chicken in Tomatoes:

    • Boneless, skinless chicken breasts
    • Italian seasoning
    • Dried Basil
    • Onion
    • Garlic
    • Whole Plum Tomatoes
    • Red Pepper Flakes
    • Green Beans

    You can also substitute whatever seasonal veggies you have on hand to roast as well. Cauliflower would be great here, as would zucchini or eggplant.

    Chicken in tomato sauce Italian on a plate

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    Spicy Chicken in Tomatoes

    Prep Time 5 minutes Cook Time 10 minutes Total Time 0:15 Serves 2

    Ingredients

    Roasted Green Beans

    Directions

    1. Heat extra-virgin olive oil in a large sauté pan over medium-high heat.
    2. Pat chicken dry. Season with Italian seasoning, sea salt, and pepper on both sides.
    3. Gently place chicken in pan. Let sear for about 3-4 minutes on each side, until all sides are nicely browned.
    4. Add crushed garlic and onion to the pan and sauté for 2 minutes or until the onions turn translucent.
    5. Lower heat to medium-low and add in tomatoes, basil, red pepper flakes if using, and salt and pepper to taste. Simmer for 8-10 minutes or until sauce has reduced and the chicken is fully cooked through.
    6. While sauce is simmering, pre-heat the oven to 350 ℉. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Toss green beans in olive oil, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, sea salt, and pepper. Bake green beans for 10-15 minutes or until fully cooked through. When done, set aside until chicken has finished cooking.
    7. If adding spinach, add to the pan for the last 1-2 minutes of simmering until the spinach has started to wilt.
    8. Remove from heat. Serve hot with roasted green beans!
    9. Green Beans: Pre-heat oven to 350 °F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Toss green beans in garlic powder, salt, pepper, and olive oil. Place on the parchment lined baking sheet. Once oven is pre-heated, bake for 10-15 minutes, or until fully cooked.

    Recipe Notes

    • This post was updated in March, 2017
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    There may be affiliate links in this post! By clicking on them, or purchasing recommended items I may receive a small compensation, at no cost to you! However, I only recommend products I absolutely love and use in my own home! Thank you for supporting Lexi's Clean Kitchen when you shop! See my privacy policy for more information about this, the information we save, and more!

    Why I Switched Our Cleaning Supplies

    Household cleaners and soaps are some of the biggest offenders of toxins in homes and they can routinely expose us to chemicals that can affect us to varying degrees ranging from minor skin irritation to hormone disruption or cancer. If you’re cleaning up what you’re putting IN your body, you should care what you put ON your body, and what you put in your environment. Period. There are safe cleaning products out there.

    Most every household contains traditional cleaning supplies that are laced with toxic chemicals that are harmful. We’re exposed to them routinely — from the phthalates in synthetic fragrances to the noxious fumes in oven cleaners. Ingredients in common household products have been linked to asthma, cancer, reproductive disorders, hormone disruption and neurotoxicity. According to the Environmental Working Group, using them just once a week can have a harmful effect.

    Why I Switched Our Cleaning Supplies

    How Toxic Are Your Cleaning Supplies?

    Toxic chemicals in conventional household cleaners vary in their severity – from immediate hazards such as skin or respiratory issues, chemical burns or watery eyes to long term major problems such as cancer, fertility issues, ADHD, compromised immune system and more.

    It can be overwhelming to to start to realize how many toxic chemicals are in our home, and I’m not saying we can avoid exposure to toxic chemicals altogether, but it is possible to reduce it, and significantly decrease our risk of illness. Some chemicals build up and can cause enough harm in our bodies over time, that can trigger harmful effects. So knowledge is power.

    How Do I Find Out What are Truly Safe Cleaning Products?

    Here’s the thing: there’s so much we cannot control, but for the things we can, and use daily, why wouldn’t we do a little research and make safer swaps for our families? At the very least, we should be aware of what is in them! I use two resources in our home to identify how toxic our products are. One is EWG.ORG/SKINDEEP and the other is the Think Dirty APP. Both are apps that you can use to scan barcodes in your home, and see how toxic your current products are. Pretty cool, right?

    It can be slightly terrifying when you start scanning your products, but remember: make small changes and do the best you can. I’m not advocating you throw out every product in your home right now, but rather once you are informed you can try to make the best choices you can going forward.

    What are the Harmful Chemicals in Household Cleaning Products to Avoid?

    Here are a few to look out for:

    1. Phthalates: Often found in many household products with a fragrance, such as air fresheners, dish soap, even toilet paper. Because of proprietary laws, companies don’t have to disclose what is in their scents, so you won’t find phthalates on a label. If you see the word “fragrance” on a label, there’s a good chance phthalates are present.

    2. Perchloroethylene or “PERC”: Often found in dry-cleaning solutions, spot removers, and carpet and upholstery cleaners.

    3. Triclosan: Found mostly in liquid dishwashing detergents and hand soaps labeled “antibacterial.”

    4. Quarternary Ammonium Compounds, or “QUATS”: Fabric softener liquids and sheets, most household cleaners labeled “antibacterial.”

    5. 2-Butoxyethanol: Often found in window, kitchen and multipurpose cleaners.

    6. Ammonia: Find them in polishing agents for bathroom fixtures, sinks and jewelry; also in glass cleaner.

    7. Chlorine: You’ll find this in toilet bowl cleaners, mildew removers, laundry whiteners, household tap water.

    8. Sodium Hydroxide: An ingredient often in oven cleaners and drain openers.

    Why I Switched Our Cleaning Supplies

    A Note on “All Natural Cleaners”

    This might surprise you, but many “all-natural” cleaners found in grocery and health food stores still have harmful chemicals and may even score worse than conventional cleaning products. This is where those handy apps above come in handy. Again, do your own research!  

    What Safe Cleaning Products are in my Home:

    I avoiding conventional household products as much as possible and have found great alternative, safe swaps for cleaning products, laundry detergent, dryer sheets, and air fresheners. Here are some options for you:

    • You can make your own DIY household cleaners: LCK Food Editor Kelli uses a mixture of Dr. Bronner’s Castille Soap, Water, and Essential Oils for almost all cleaning tasks. For heavy duty jobs she also will add in baking soda.
    • All-Purpose Cleaning Products: I use Branch Basics for my Bathroom, All-Purpose Counter Cleaner, Glass, and hand soap!
    • Laundry Detergent: Again, I use Branch Basics. I also use their Oxygen Boost for my Whites. I’ve also heard Molly’s Suds is a good brand, but haven’t personally tried it!
    • Dryer Sheets: I use Dryer Balls (see this post).
    • Air Freshener: I use this home spray by The Laundress or safer candles by Phlur.

    For me, Branch Basics is literally magic. Their multi-purpose concentrate makes cleaning simple, affordable and sustainable. The products are refillable and they’re significantly less expensive than similar single-use products. You dilute The Concentrate with water, and then it’s ready for any cleaning job around the house, even dirty laundry!

    A word from the Branch Basics team:

    “We’re not fans of shipping water. Our multi-purpose concentrated cleaner makes cleaning simple, sustainable, safe and affordable. Just dilute with water in our spray and foamer bottles (complete with marked fill lines) and you’re all set to effectively tackle every room in the house and your laundry too! Our kits come with everything you need to get started or you can purchase the concentrate in whatever size it best for you.”

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    Discount for you:

    My friends at Branch Basics let me give you 15% off starter kit with code LEXI15! The starter set includes one 33 oz. Concentrate, three empty spray bottles, one Foaming Wash bottle, one Laundry bottle, and then I add the oxygen boost and dryer balls to my order.
     

    I was not paid to write this post, though it does contain affiliate links. Here’s my promise to you. While I make a small percentage on sales used through my code, this is the brand I TRUST. I PERSONALLY use them in my home for my family, and no super small amount of commission is worth compromising your trust. So please trust me when I say I would never promote a product that I don’t fully stand behind.
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