- Start with bacon grease… Lots and lots of bacon grease. (If you don’t save yours, you can get some here)
Fill pancakes with chopped or shredded chicken or pork, roll up and top with Hollandaise Sauce.
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Edited by Yasmin
Unfortunately for some, Zero Carb Health doesn’t do coddling. We tell it like it is directly and devoid of emotional attachment. It is extremely important that we do this because for newbies transitioning off carbs, it can be an emotionally unstable experience.
Based on my experience, these emotional outbursts seem to come from people who are in the 5 “bargaining” stages of mourning carbs.
Zero Carb desserts are non-optimal and not one of us veterans eat these, but for people starting out, who are craving or just need something different, Zero Carb desserts are a much better option than carb filled desserts that will derail your progress. These are a great treat for kids.
The Human Natural Diet and the Evolution of the Zero Carb Diet. (Part 5)
After getting kicked out of LLVLC we all moved over to the shiny new forum, created by Charles Washington called Zeroing in on Health – ZIOH.
At first ZIOH was an open public forum. How soon we learned THAT was a mistake. We were constantly getting attacked by people who thought we were crazy. (See, The Bears thread, to read what kind of arguments we had to (still do) deal with on a daily basis.) So, we came up with a questionnaire that people had to fill out, letting us know a little bit about themselves and why they wanted to join. This helped with some of the problems but not all.
You can add or substitute any other seafood you like such as white fish or lobster.
Makes 3 cups
1 Cup cooked Large Shrimp
1 Cup cooked little salad shrimp (Bay Shrimp)
1 Cup cooked real crab meat (NOT imitation)
By – Dana
Where I live, cryovaced beef ribs are cheap. They don’t look like they have a lot of meat on them, but I usually get full on 3. This rack of ribs cost $9.77 and it fed my husband and I. There were 3 ribs left over that I will eat for breakfast.
I use an electric smoker (LOVE it), turn it on 220 for 5.5 hours.
Soak 1/2 cups of you favorite wood chips, I used these this time. It is a mixture of different wood types. (I don’t like a heavy smoke flavor, so I only use 1/2 cup once in the beginning.)
3lb Ground or cubed meat (I use 1lb ground beef, 1lb ground turkey, 1lb Italian Sausage)
2 Cups low salt beef broth
1 Tbs Ground chili Pasilla (you can also just use 3 Tbs regular chili powder)
1 Tbs Ground New Mexico chili
1 Tbs Ground regular Chili powder