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Post examples of your meals here

Postby Stavia » Tue Oct 14, 2014 12:30 pm

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Free range organic roast chicken. I won't eat the skin. Sauerkraut (organic, innoculated with the good bacteria. Refrigetated). Salad with a tablespoon or two of EVOO. Cucumber, baby spinach, capsicum, avocado, tomato.

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Postby Stavia » Tue Oct 14, 2014 12:32 pm

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Meal on the run in my car. Pls note reading material.
Sashimi. Salad stuff. Apple. Water bottle to wash it all.
(Ps. The price is not US dollars)

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Postby circular » Tue Oct 14, 2014 12:49 pm

Sashimi ... great idea! I'm so used to going for the rolls. I like getting the seaweed, not for anything E4 that I'm aware of, but just because sea veggies seem good? And the rice *may* have resistant starch, but the rolls make me bloated (carageenan in the seaweed?), so I will try sashimi :-)
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Re: Post examples of your meals here

Postby Julie G » Tue Oct 14, 2014 4:00 pm

Looks yummy, Stavia. Is the guest room still ready? :D

Here's an idea for when you're craving carby comfort food. I steam a bag of frozen cauliflower. Once it's quite soft, I pour out any remaining water, toss in two pastured eggs and smash everything with a potato masher. The eggs cook from the heat of the cauliflower and bind the cauliflower. I season liberally with salt, garlic, fresh cracked pepper and drizzle moderately with high polyphenol EVOO. I like to garnish with small shavings of Manchego (goat cheese) that melts right in. My version of "Mac n' Cheez."

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Postby SusanJ » Tue Oct 14, 2014 4:36 pm

Speaking of cauliflower, I no longer eat legumes, so hummus went by the wayside. Until I found this recipe.

Easy no-bean hummus http://www.dailybitesblog.com/2012/08/1 ... an-hummus/ (it does use tahini, and also almond flour which you can swap out for sunflower)

I've served it at parties and NO ONE has ever guessed there is cauliflower in it.

You can do your usual veggie dippers, or if you eat a little higher in the carb arena, make these plantain crackers. Absolutely easy and addictive. http://www.thepaleomom.com/2012/09/plan ... -free.html

Use the hummus as the base for a meal (like a lettuce wrap with roasted veggies), and have leftovers as a snack.

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Postby Stavia » Tue Oct 14, 2014 6:42 pm

Oh my Julie that looks amazing.
Of course the guest room is ready ;)
Pls can you post yr foolproof EVOO mayo here?

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About to make my staple veggie soup. The meat is a grass fed shin bone. The brown stuff to the left of the meat is leftover gelatiny stuff from a roast chicken. The brothy gelled stuff.
The packet top right is spinach.

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Postby asiagillett » Wed Oct 15, 2014 10:50 am

Ok, I have no picture but one thing I eat a lot of is gazpacho. You can get a good recipe anywhere. It's a staple for me. The recipe I use is from the againstallgrains website. Someone else here has posted about them. I love their recipes.

I also have been making my own artichoke pesto. I just take artichoke hearts, olive oil, garlic, parsley, lemon juice, sea salt, red pepper and a little plain greek yogurt. Blend it up and yum. I like it on crackers, meat (when I have it), and veggies.

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Postby LillyBritches » Thu Oct 16, 2014 6:40 pm

Wow! These all look noms!!! Thanks for posting, all. And it's pretty much the way I've been eating...except for the last three weeks...all of my food is Medifast save for dinner. :) And that always consists of 1 1/2 cups of green leafies and 5 oz of tuna steak or Alaskan salmon, or 6 oz of white meat chicken or tofu. Ah, dieting. lol

Hope to get back to my nuts (and the rest of the bolts) soon! :)
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Re: Post examples of your meals here

Postby LillyBritches » Thu Oct 16, 2014 8:00 pm

Tonight's fare: husband-prepared-and-cooked tuna steak with broccoli. :)
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Re: Post examples of your meals here

Postby Stavia » Sat Oct 18, 2014 10:58 pm

Easy dinner. Sweat onions, add bottle passata, many assorted non starchy rainbow veggies, shellfish of your choice. Herbs. Bulky and low calorie.
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