Category Archives: low-carb

Chicken Liver Omelette

Omelette with Chicken Livers Separate the whites and yolks of six eggs. Chill the whites. Boil three chicken livers until tender, (reserve liquid). Cut them in pieces about half an inch long; brown one tablespoonful of butter and one of flour, add half a cupful of the liquor in which the livers were boiled and […]

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Paleo Tuna Burgers (Whole 30 compliant)

A while back I bought this four pound bag of albacore tuna from the co-op.  It was on sale, but still pricey.  The thing is, having once tasted albacore, it’s really, really hard to go back to those cans from the grocery store.  That’s what we’ve been doing, those cans, but I decided to treat […]

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Eat Your Chocolate

Salt is also okay.  Study: Daily Dark Chocolate Prevents Heart Attacks Just a reminder that for decades the government has been telling us salt and perfectly healthy fats are bad for us. This advice has been killing people- and it didn’t have to happen. There are have always been studies available showing that healthy fats […]

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Menu Plan Monday, week of April 1st

I’m still putting these in order.  Keep checking back.  The focus this week is on low-carb, and on eating out of the pantry and freezer.  My freezer happens to contain the remains of two cows we raised for meat. We’ve been eating them a long time.=) Breakfasts Microwave Shirred eggs, with an artichoke heart or […]

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Combined menu for the low-carb and non-dieting family

Scroll down for a link to the shopping list and the menu with links to the recipes (and some pics!).  The Low-Carb eating tips: The key to sticking to this is planning ahead- keep foods you can eat in the freezer or fridge to grab ahead and take while running errands- boiled eggs, sausages, hamburger […]

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