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Dragon's Blood Elixir

Some sauces are simply made to set your mouth on fire — but this isn't the case with Dragon's Blood Elixir ($8). Made in small numbered batches from various peppers with a hint of local apple cider thrown in for good measure, it's a sure-fire cure for bland food — it even says so right on the label.

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    SlantShack Jerky

    Jerky aficionados and simple snackers alike should enjoy the tasty meat that comes from SlantShack Jerky ($10-$52). Available in grain- or grass-fed beef varieties, this artisanal snack can also be purchased in pre-formulated, Chef's Choice form, while more adventurous eaters can use the Build-a-Jerky tool to pick their own meat, marinade, rub, and glaze, resulting in a super-fresh product that's way beyond what you'll find bagged up at the local convenience mart.

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    Caveman Cookies

    Having a hard time balancing your cookie cravings while staying true to your new, Dan Benjamin-approved Paleo diet? You can do both with Caveman Cookies ($6-$18). Available in three flavors — oatmeal-raisin Original, coconut and macadamia-inspired Tropical, and hazelnut and chocolate Alpine — and in packs ranging from six to 24 cookies, they're the perfect reward for a hard day of proper caveman dieting.