In February of 2012, Rohde launched Paleo On The Go in response to a decline in his own health. He was diagnosed with Eosinophilic Esophagitis or EoE, a type of autoimmune disease. Rohde also experienced brain fog, stomach pain, chronic fatigue and other painful symptoms. Years of conventional and natural methods with very little results frustrated Rohde. After extensive research he discovered a way of eating and living made up of real food that focused on reducing inflammation and repairing the gut – the underlying cause of most autoimmune disease.
Rohde researched the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol (AIP) and its strict compliance to remove potentially inflammatory ingredients. Shortly after starting the diet, Rohde experienced his symptoms beginning to alleviate.
After the improvements he experienced, Rohde wanted to share his newfound freedom with others by launching Paleo On The Go (POTG). POTG is a meal delivery service adhering to the autoimmune protocol (AIP) and delivering directly to people across the United States.
Rohde realized that he could work with his team, including POTG’s incredibly talented chef; Chef Ann Lotterhos, to develop a Test Kitchen and accompanying blog, where they could not only develop future products, but they could also share free recipes and cool ideas. Currently, Paleo On The Go spends several hours per week developing all kinds of amazing recipes. Chef Ann loves the Instant Pot, and uses every opportunity to come up with great ideas for her new toy.
Made this dish, i had a few changes. I used liquid smoke and hawaiian salt. It was great. The timing was perfect meat shredded very eady.
Simple recipe with nice flavor. One of my favorite instant pot recipes.
It is easy to make.
Like it very much. 🙂
One of my InstantPot favorites – so easy and delish! I also add some liquid smoke.
Very good recipe
Also, Kalua pig is traditionally wrapped in banana leaves before they place it in the pit. So, one little extra ingredient helps to bring a little more distinctive Hawaiian flavor- a very ripe banana. Slice it down the middle from top to bottom and lay it on top of your pork- the peal and all. It’ll add a little more yumminess to the dish 🙂
Dee-licious! And not too salty.
My chunks of pork must have been smaller, as it took only 65 minutes to cook.
Used liquid smoke instead of smoked salt.
Cooked meat for 60 minutes. Cabbage was overdone at 3 minutes. The pot liquor was delicious!
I have seasoned it like porkaletta recipe, and that turned out really well too.
My sealing ring will never be the same, though. :/