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Fatty Talk “Paleo/Primal and Low Carb Recipes” by LeeChan

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LeeChan 8 years ago on 11/09/13
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A place to dump all your found recipes, tested and with your stamp of approval. Also, if you have created your own, dump them in here as well.

I'll start. Needing some serious comfort food, I've been craving pizza. Did some research and found this recipe that sounded the best. Sounded like the closest to an actually pizza crust. Followed the recipe EXACTLY as worded. Turned out AMAZING! Though it is kind of labor intensive, it's totally worth it. And significantly less carbs than any other pizza you can order, buy, or make at home.

I'm still eating cheese (love it too much), though I didn't load it up with a lot of cheese.

http://zenbellycatering.com/...leo-pizza-crust-yes-really/
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nategri 8 years ago on 11/14/13
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This post serves as promise to later link a yummy cheesy broccoli dish, and a totally boss low carb splenda-based cheesecake.
 
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Ak 8 years ago on 11/18/13
I'm a terrible cook, but I have been taking pointers from the ketorecipies subreddit! I am sure you will find something delicious there: http://reddit.com/r/ketorecipies
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Devi 8 years ago on 11/19/13
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Let me poke my best friend for some of his recipes since he's very much into paleo. He recently got me hooked on some chicken cooked with basque sauce and balsamic vinegar! He cooks a shepherd's/cottage pie frequently too.
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NekoStar 8 years ago on 11/19/13
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ALL THE VEGGIES in this Crock-Pot Ratatouille

1 Large Eggplant
2 Large Zucchini
1 Yellow Squash
1 Large Onion
3 Garlic Cloves
1-2 Roma Tomatoes Diced
1 Can of Tomato sauce or paste depending on the texture you want (I like it more stewy than soupy so I use paste)
Salt, pepper, italian seasoning (I didn't measure it)
Parmesan Cheese for serving

I cooked on high for about 4 hours. Wanted to do low for 8 but I forgot to plug the crock in like an idiot.

I love eating it with some delicious crusty bread but it's also fabulous on it's own! I can also imagine it'd be great over some spaghetti squash.

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Bad Wolf 8 years ago on 11/21/13
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Two-ingredients for pancakes! Banana and eggs! They mention to add the baking powder so it doesn't just taste like banana eggs, but as long as you prep yourself up for it not tasting like obvious traditional cakes, you're good.

I'm gonna try this!
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LeeChan 8 years ago on 11/29/13
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Yes! You can actually make some decent low-carb pancakes. Mine usually involve some almond flour and coconut oil to cut down on the eggy consistency. Using canned pumpkin and some pumpkin pie spices is another great alternative.

Here's my recent winner. Cauliflower rice! Paleo = NO GRAINS. No rice, no corn, no wheat, buckwheat, wheat berries, quinoa - nadda. But I need something to sop up all that delicious saucy meat I'm making.

Enter: Cauliflower Rice. Warning. This is labor intensive unless you have a food processor.

http://nomnompaleo.com/...pler-version-of-cauliflower-rice

I just ate some Cauliflower Rice stuffing that I made for Thanksgiving. I have the overwhelming urge to feel guilty about it because my body honestly thinks I just ate a bowl full of rice.
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Dia 8 years ago on 11/30/13
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Lisa, I just made that cauliflower rice for dinner - it's delicious! I seasoned with garlic, salt, and pepper, and I think it had more of a couscous feel for me. It was super easy and a single head of cauliflower made a bunch of servings, too. Thank you for sharing!
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LeeChan 8 years ago on 11/30/13
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Did you use a food processor? I can imagine getting a smaller "grain" with a food processor. I lack one, so I chopped by hand, making for a more rustic texture.

But also yay! Glad you liked it.
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NekoStar 8 years ago on 12/01/13
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I take a potato masher to cooked cauliflower and call it "mash" but really it's more like rice. Sounds much easier (and less cleaning) than trying to chop with a knife or using a processor! I do use the processor sometimes when I want it really smooth (actually more like mashed potatoes).
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NekoStar 8 years ago on 12/01/13
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Oh here's a picture of what I made last night so you can see how "rice like" it comes out. I should maybe mention that when I say potato masher, it's actually a pastry cutter. If thy somehow makes a difference.

Image: 3264x2448 JPG, 2299KB. Click to view.
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Dia 8 years ago on 12/01/13
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Lisa - I used a food processor, yep! Took a bunch of refills, since my processor is really tiny, but it was nice and easy.

Katy, that looks delicious! I might try it like that next time.
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fukkake 8 years ago on 12/01/13
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I am totally adding this to my menu this week. Sometimes I just need a little extra and for 0 WW points this is the perfect extra without the guilt!
PS: Just an FYI I made the cauliflower rice and it is BANGING.
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LeeChan 8 years ago on 12/11/13
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Steph, I made this last night. It was killer.

http://nomnompaleo.com/...303/asian-cauliflower-fried-rice
PS: Potatoes aren't completely out on a paleo diet - but they are starchy and we should try to limit our intake. Sweet potatoes are a little better, mostly because they're more rich in nutrients. Well, I love hash browns and I found the perfect breakfast bake to satisfy that need for shredded potatoes.

Turnips!

http://...marksdailyapple.com/...-casserole/#axzz2nbmqGg47
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fukkake 8 years ago on 01/09/14
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I know w/ the 30 Day plan we aren't supposed to have anything that resembles sweets that we would eat normally but oh man... these nut butter "cookies" are a good energy booster for anytime in the day!

http://...nutritionistinthekitch.com/...d-for-you-cookies/

Serves: 10

Ingredients
•6 tablespoons all natural peanut butter
•2 tablespoons all natural almond butter
•1 small banana, mashed well in a bowl
•¼ tsp ground nutmeg
•¼ tsp ground cinnamon (optional… I love cinnamon)

Instructions
1.Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2.Mash banana in a bowl until nice and smooth. Add in nut butters, spices, and salt, and mix until very well combined.
3.The dough should stick together into one big ball by the time it’s all mixed together. Nothing should stick to the side of the bowl.
4.Grease a cookie sheet with a healthy oil.
5.Plop into little balls on the cookie sheet and press down with a fork (or just smoosh down with your hand)
6.Bake for 12-14 minutes or until firm to the touch… but watch that the bottoms don’t burn!
7.Let cool and enjoy!!

Nutritional Information
Serving size: 1 cookie Calories: 86kcal Fat: 6.7g Carbohydrates: 4.9g Sugar: 2.3g Fiber: 1.2g Protein: 2.7g
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LeeChan 8 years ago on 01/10/14
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This would be great if it wasn't for the peanut butter! Maybe I can substitute for cashew butter?
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fukkake 8 years ago on 01/11/14
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You actually can use any combo of nut butters which is why I posted it! I make my nut butters myself in my Cuisineart food processor and LOVE LOVE LOVE the way it turns out every time.
 
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DifferentlySane 8 years ago on 01/31/14
So, I wasn't looking for Paleo recipes at all, I was really just seeing if anyone had tried this before and if it was a thing.
I made a blue cheese and bacon burger meatloaf last year and it was amazing and I've been thinking this year about doing a buffalo wing meatloaf and seeing what it was like.
First result was this:

http://paleomg.com/buffalo-chicken-mini-meatloaf/

I think I'm probably going to make a couple of minor changes (I really want it to have a blue cheese sauce / dip (probably in the centre of the loaf).

Will let you know how it goes, but by all means feel free to beat me to the punch.
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LeeChan 8 years ago on 02/03/14
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Oh my yes. I'm going to have to try this. Thanks for the link!
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domminess 8 years ago on 05/19/14
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So I started a low-FODMAP/no gluten/no dairy/minimal other carbs diet today and I realized I have two dozen eggs in my fridge. I can't eat scrambled, frittatas, or anything with that texture so no omelets. I've gotten a couple of good ideas from a friend, but does anyone else have breakfast/dinner uses for eggs?
PS: Preferably not baked goods.

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