The state of diet and nutrition reporting is horrible. Remember the “chocolate makes you lose weight” claim that the media fell for all over the world—despite the fact it was a deliberate hoax to prove how bad the state of diet and nutrition reporting is? Yeah. Totally happened. Well, things haven’t improved much. Take, for […]
Food and Drink
Time to take some more notes and answer some questions regarding my fasting experience. First, I have now lost 38 lbs 47 lbs from my recent high, which means I have lost more than 100 lbs since my all-time high! Woo-hoo! To visualize 100 lbs, I calculated how many cans of soda it takes to equal […]
If you follow me on Facebook, you may have seen that I’ve recently been chronicling my weight loss journey there, and there’s been a lot of news to report! (The picture is one of me now that I can fit into a shirt that just has an L on the label–no X or XX.) Update: […]
There are different ways to make low-carb equivalents of macaroni and cheese. Some use actual low-carb macaroni noodles, but these can be hard to find, and the texture often is not the same as familiar versions of the dish. Here is one of my favorite ways to make a low-carb version. It is extremely easy, and […]
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The meats are ground beef, sausage, and turkey; the cheeses are ricotta, mozzarella, and parmesan; and if you'll look close, you'll see that the noodles are sliced turkey breast, which is what makes this low carb!
Naturally low carb; here made with 'Lil Smokies and turkey bacon–not because turkey bacon is healthier but just because it's got a lot of meat and I had it on hand. These are a standard part of Christmas dinner in England.
I love rice. But it's high in carbs, so naturally I've wanted a low-carb substitute for it. I've tried a number of things. For example, grading and cooking cauliflower. Texture-wise, that's not a bad substitute, but it tastes like cauliflower and not rice. Even when fried with oils and spices that you would use making […]
Yesterday I put up a photo of some shakshouka that I made myself. Although I adjusted the recipe somewhat (as every cook does), here's the recipe I based mine on, in both video and printable form: PRINTABLE VERSION HERE.
Recently on Facebook I mentioned that I was making shakshouka, which is a middle eastern way of preparing eggs. Basically you use tomatoes, onion, red and green bell peppers, spices–and, of course, eggs, which in this case are cooked directly in a mixture you make of the other ingredients. It has very much a southwestern […]