For the answer, you can patronize Sauvage, a recently opened Berlin restaurant that specializes in “Paleolithic cuisine.” By that, Sauvage means dishes that use only organic unprocessed foods such as fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, eggs, nuts and seeds. You know, the kind of stuff you would eat if all you had was a club, a bearskin, a strong stomach and a calendar that read One Million B.C. No grains (the Paleolithic era apparently preceded the advent of farming), starches, dairy ...

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