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Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
Here's the base recipe for Nordic Nut And Seed Bread - Based on a YouTube recipe, this is nothing more than 700 grams of whatever nuts and seeds you have, five eggs, and a half cup of olive oil. Ingredients: 100g sunflower seeds, 100g raw pumpkin seeds, 200g nuts (almonds, walnuts, etc.), 100g flax seeds, 100g chia seeds, 100g cacao nibs, Anything else you want to try!, 5 large eggs, .5 cup extra virgin olive oil. Directions: 1. Mix dry ingredients in large bowl., 2. Add eggs and olive oil and mix well., 3. Spoon into loaf pan lined with parchment paper. Smooth the top. Bake for one hour at 320F. Nutrition (1/16th of a loaf): cals: 226kcal | fat: 19.49g | carbs: 9.18g | net carbs: 1.98g | prot: 7.35g
by Draglist (submitted 2 months ago)
New research marries LCHF and CICO. Fascinating
Thanks, Isbabel! Got a few more to post... some interesting stuff coming out this year.
by Draglist (submitted 2 months ago)
New research marries LCHF and CICO. Fascinating
Found a fascinating discussion on YouTube comparing calories in calories out to low-carb high-fat with a focus on insulin and its effect on white and brown fat. It explains why you could lose more weight on low-carb high-fat despite eating the same number of calories. Finally something that marries the two theories. This was published just last month in March 2017. https://youtu.be/8t1JN0RgvO4
by Draglist (submitted 3 months ago)
Jason Fung's Obesity Code up on YouTube
Hey, gang. Just a note to say I found the entire 10 hour audio book version of Dr. Jason Fung's "The Obesity Code" up on YouTube. It breaks down in detail his evidence for low carb eating and fasting as the way to weight loss success (not to mention as a Type 2 diabetes cure). To find the book, go to Google and type this in: 'the obesity code site:youtube.com' and you will find it. Happy listening!
by Draglist (submitted 3 months ago)
Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
Hi everyone. Saving the 90-Second Microwave Almond Bread recipe: 4 tbsp almond flour, .5 tsp baking powder, 1 tbsp olive oil, 1 egg. Stir up dry ingredients in a microwave bowl, then stir in the olive oil and egg and mix well. Microwave for 90 seconds. Done! A smaller bowl will make a narrower, higher result that you can cut horizontally to use for a sandwich or top as a muffin. A wider bowl will make a shorter 'pancake' that accepts butter and syrup very nicely! STATS: cals: 338kcal | fat: 31.47g | carbs: 6.38g | prot: 11.65g
by Draglist (submitted 4 months ago)
Any activity trackers that sync with FatSecret?
Hi. If you do have a Fitbit, there is a free app called Fitmess.us that syncs effortlessly with FatSecret. I use it with a lot of success.
by Draglist (submitted 5 months ago)
Changing Carbs in pie chart to net carbs
I sure would love to see this as an option at Fat Secret. They allow the choice in the column form, so would love to see that extended to the pie chart. "Reporting" this thread to see if they can consider it.
by Draglist (submitted 5 months ago)
hello there
Great reply, Jaymaine. Good luck to all.
by Draglist (submitted 6 months ago)
Weight Not Updating??
It was never fixed.
by Draglist (submitted 9 months ago)
Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
Thanks, WholeFoodNut. My pleasure. Enjoy the weekend!
by Draglist (submitted 9 months ago)
Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
Cauliflower Pizza (Base) This is the base recipe for cauliflower crust pizza. Add whatever else you like. Ingredients 2 cups green giant cauliflower crumbles (one bag, or shred your own) 2 tsp Tone's rosemary garlic seasoning (or any other Italian seasoning) 4 cups shredded mozzarella cheese (two bags) 1 small jar pizza sauce (a cup or so) 3 large eggs Directions Preheat oven to 450. Mix cauli, eggs, and 2 cups mozzarella in a large bowl. Press mixture onto a baking sheet or pizza stone covered with parchment paper. UPDATE (January 2017): The crust comes out better (more crispy) if you do not use a baking sheet or pizza stone! Just use a them to slide the pizza on parchment paper onto the oven rack! Bake crust for 15 minutes. Remove and add pizza sauce and a half cup of mozzarella. Then add toppings as desired, and then top with the rest of the mozzarella (1.5 cups). Put back into the oven and bake for 15 more minutes. Remove and allow five minutes to cool before slicing. Makes eight slices. Nutrition (8 slices, numbers shown are per slice and do not include any other toppings) Cals: 225kcal | fat: 14.61g | carbs: 8.90g | prot: 18.61g
by Draglist (submitted 9 months ago)
Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
Hi, everyone. Here is the latest. Made this tonight. Came out great! Cauliflower Pizza With Shrimp, Onions, And Parmesan Hey, this actually works! Tastes great. One variation based on what I had in the house. Eat a quarter at a time (two pieces). Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1 serving (one of eight slices) Amount Per Serving Calories from Fat 97, Calories 201 % Daily Values* Total Fat 10.79g 17% Saturated Fat 4.843g 24% Polyunsaturated Fat 0.648g Monounsaturated Fat 1.558g Cholesterol 139mg 46% Sodium 499mg 21% Potassium 276mg Total Carbohydrate 7.2g 2% Dietary Fiber 2g 8% Sugars 3.36g Protein 19.19g Vitamin A 69% Vitamin C 438% Calcium 249% Iron 58% Calorie Breakdown: Carbohydrate (14%) Fat (48%) Protein (38%) Ingredients 6 servings green giant cauliflower crumbles (2 cups) 8 servings lucerne shredded italian four cheese blend (2 cups) 4 servings tone's rosemary garlic seasoning (no msg) (1 tsp) 1 serving prego traditional spaghetti sauce (quarter cup) 3 large egg 30 medium baked or broiled shrimp 1/2 cup parmesan cheese (grated) 2 slices large onions Directions 1. Make the crust from the cheese blend, the shredded cauliflower, the eggs, and the Tone Seasoning. Stir well in a big bowl with a large spoon. 2. Press the mixture onto parchment paper over a pizza stone or flat pan and bake at 450 degrees for 15 minutes. 3. Pull out and arrange the spaghetti sauce, the toppings, and top with the Parmesan. Bake at 450 degrees for another 15 minutes. Allow to cool for five minutes, then cut and serve!
by Draglist (submitted 10 months ago)
Struggling
[quote=sally ladyyahingoyahingo]I know what you mean struggling. I am at 204. for some reason the scale is not moving. it just stay at 204 since june. I am watching my calories intake, water intake. I am in pt. they have me 15 min of cardio, then 15 min on the tread mile 4 day out of the week. I also do 10 min of abs, 10 minutes of weights then I do a 10 minute walk that is 2x a week. but I lost 2 inches off my waist. so could I be gaining muscle. feed back any one[/quote] If you are losing inches, that's more important than weight. Congrats!
by Draglist (submitted 10 months ago)
Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
That looks great, LD! So happy to have found 'bread' again. Thanks Steven, Scalewatcher, and Doobrie. Good luck with them. I was actually able to copy and paste from FS into Notepad pretty easily and then just did a little editing. It's a pain that you can't simply choose them as a food (as I do) without having to type them in, but glad to offer them. UPDATE: I made the "50 year old lunch lady brownies" last night. I saved that recipe to my Diet Truth Facebook page (which you are all welcome to check out). But it did not come out great. The batter was amazing but they I may have gone a minute or two over on the baking time and they came out very crumbly. The recipe called for 25 minutes of baking and I needed to keep extending it five minutes at a time after that. When I finally got to 45 minutes, the toothpick came out clean, but 43 or 44 was probably more appropriate. OH well, we will eat the crumbs I guess!
by Draglist (submitted 10 months ago)
Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
It is truly my pleasure! The pie crust recipe is a treasure. It's literally an old recipe from my mother in law that they have used for decades. The only real difference is the almond flour instead of regular flour and coconut oil instead of regular vegetable oil. So it is time tested! (And I ate two pieces today totally without guilt!)
by Draglist (submitted 10 months ago)
Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
Great! I hope they enjoy it!
by Draglist (submitted 10 months ago)
Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
Perfect! OK, everyone. Here they are then. I will revisit this thread with any new ones.
by Draglist (submitted 10 months ago)
Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
Not sure about the character limit here in the forum, but here is an attempt to simply paste all six recipes here (nutrition info based on FS determination of each ingredient divided by serving size): Bill's "Draglist Delights" LCHF Recipes 1. Paleo Cranberry Bread Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1/16 loaf (slice) Amount Per Serving Calories from Fat 72, Calories 101 % Daily Values* Total Fat 8g 12% Saturated Fat 4g 20% Polyunsaturated Fat 0g Monounsaturated Fat 1g Trans Fat 0g Cholesterol 79mg 26% Sodium 59mg 2% Potassium 25mg Total Carbohydrate 3.5g 1% Dietary Fiber 1.3g 5% Sugars 1.1g Protein 3.5g Vitamin A 29% Vitamin C 60% Calcium 50% Iron 48% Here is the recipe: 4 tbsp Virgin Coconut Oil 3/4 cups Almond Meal Flour 1 tsp Baking Powder 3 cups fresh Cranberries (one bag Ocean Spray) 3 packets Stevia in The Raw 6 large Eggs Whisk it all up in a bowl, pour into one or two well-greased baking pans, bake at 350 for approx. (Until toothpick pulls clean) 55 minutes --- 2. Paleo Bread with Almond Meal Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1/16 loaf (slice) Amount Per Serving Calories from Fat 72, Calories 90 % Daily Values* Total Fat 8g 12% Saturated Fat 4g 20% Polyunsaturated Fat 0.5g Monounsaturated Fat 1g Trans Fat 0g Cholesterol 79mg 26% Sodium 59mg 2% Potassium 25mg Total Carbohydrate 1.3g 0% Dietary Fiber 0.6g 2% Sugars 0.3g Other Carbohydrate 0g Protein 3.5g Vitamin A 29% Vitamin C 0% Calcium 50% Iron 48% Here is the recipe: An easy, basic recipe that will have you enjoying bread in your life again! 3/4 cups bob's red mill almond meal flour 4 tbsp virgin coconut oil (liquid is best) 1 tsp baking powder 6 large eggs Dump all ingredients into a mixing bowl, whisk it up, grease a bread pan or two, and bake for 45-50 minutes (until a toothpick comes out clean). Texture is like a banana bread but firmer, and not as many crumbs. Taste is somewhat nutty (as you can imagine), but not overpowering. In this basic state, makes wonderful sandwiches. You can add stevia, cinnamon, or other stuff to make it more of a dessert bread. --- 3. Paleo Bread With Protein Powder Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1/16 loaf (slice) Amount Per Serving Calories from Fat 9, Calories 24 % Daily Values* Total Fat 1g 2% Saturated Fat 0.3g 2% Polyunsaturated Fat 0.1g Monounsaturated Fat 0.4g Trans Fat 0g Cholesterol 41mg 14% Sodium 18mg 1% Potassium 25mg Total Carbohydrate 0.3g 0% Dietary Fiber 0g 0% Sugars 0.2g Other Carbohydrate 0g Protein 3.3g Vitamin A 29% Vitamin C 0% Calcium 49% Iron 30% This recipe has just a few ingredients and is super simple, especially if you have a mixer handy. Makes a light, airy loaf similar to sponge cake. 1/4 cup whey protein powder - vanilla 6 large eggs 1. Separate the egg whites from the yolks; put the yolks aside. 2. Using a mixer or a whisk, beat the egg white rapidly until they are stiff and foamy. 3. Fold in the egg yolks and protein powder and mix slowly until they are well mixed into the egg whites. 4. Pour into a well greased loaf pan and bake for 40 minutes or until toothpick inserted into loaf comes out cleanly. --- 4. Paleo Pie Crust Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1/8 pie (slice) Amount Per Serving Calories from Fat 222, Calories 255 % Daily Values* Total Fat 24.7g 38% Saturated Fat 13.9g 70% Polyunsaturated Fat 1g Monounsaturated Fat 1.1g Trans Fat 0g Cholesterol 1mg 0% Sodium 152mg 6% Potassium 15mg Total Carbohydrate 5g 2% Dietary Fiber 2.2g 9% Sugars 1.3g Other Carbohydrate 0g Protein 4.8g Vitamin A 3% Vitamin C 0% Calcium 46% Iron 36% This pie crust is perfect for pies and even as a pizza crust or other base for meat, veggies, and cheese. (Recipe is for crust only -- in future recipes, I'll add steps to bake ingredients with the crust). 1.5 cups almond meal flour 1 packet stevia 1/2 tsp salt 8 tbsp virgin coconut oil (liquid is best) 1/3 cup milk 1. Whisk all ingredients together until well mixed. 2. Pour into a well greased pie pan and smooth the mixture to get an even coating and at least halfway up the sides of pie pan. 3. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes or until the crust starts to separate from the edges of the pie pan and begins to darken. 4. Pull out of the oven and cool to add other ingredients. This recipe is for pies that will have fillings that are not cooked with the pie crust. I will work on recipes for baking all ingredients together. --- 5. Paleo Chocolate Cream Pie Filling Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1/8 pie (slice) Amount Per Serving Calories from Fat 17, Calories 75 % Daily Values* Total Fat 1.9g 3% Saturated Fat 0.9g 4% Polyunsaturated Fat 0g Monounsaturated Fat 0g Trans Fat 0g Cholesterol 13.8mg 5% Sodium 33.8mg 1% Potassium 53.8mg Total Carbohydrate 5g 2% Dietary Fiber 1.4g 6% Sugars 1.6g Other Carbohydrate 0g Protein 11.6g Vitamin A 2% Vitamin C 1% Calcium 15% Iron 2% You will not know you are eating high protein power food when you whip up this delightful mix in a food processor! Just dump it in and pulse until smooth! Eat as is or use to fill our Paleo Pie Crust! (If you use it to fill the pie crust, it's much better a day later after it firms up). 2 tbsp Hershey's Natural Unsweetened Cocoa 5-8 drops Liquid Stevia (or to taste) 1 tbsp Chia Seeds 2 cups 1% Milkfat No Salt Added Cottage Cheese 2.5 tbsp Cacoa Nibs (optional) 1 scoop chocolate protein powder (but any flavor or brand works) --- 6. Chicken Crust Pizza Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1/6 pie (slice) Amount Per Serving Calories from Fat 78, Calories 144 % Daily Values* Total Fat 8.7g 13% Saturated Fat 3.3g 16% Polyunsaturated Fat 1.3g Monounsaturated Fat 3g Trans Fat 0g Cholesterol 46mg 15% Sodium 303mg 13% Potassium 99mg Total Carbohydrate 1.5g 0% Dietary Fiber 0.2g 1% Sugars 1g Other Carbohydrate 0g Protein 14.1g Vitamin A 23% Vitamin C 20% Calcium 48% Iron 21% As detailed on the journals up here, you can make a pizza crust from ground chicken. Worked out great! 1/4 cup pizza sauce 1/4 tsp oregano 1/4 tsp garlic powder 1 lb. raw ground chicken 3/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese (whole milk) 1. Mix a quarter cup mozzarella, the ground chicken, and the oregano and garlic powder, and press it into the shape you want, a quarter inch thick. 2. Bake at 450 for 12-17 minutes until golden brown. 3. Remove from oven, spread the pizza sauce, add the rest of the mozzarella, and add any other toppings you want. 4. Bake again at 450 for another 12-15 minutes until the cheese bubbles and melts. 5. Allow to cool 3-5 minutes and enjoy! Makes six slices.
by Draglist (submitted 10 months ago)
Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
Great. You got it! I am going to copy these all to a notepad file and then send via PM (and/or email) to those who are interested as well. Just PM me if you would like them and thanks to everyone who tried to work this out with me!
by Draglist (submitted 10 months ago)
Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
Great! Lady, look down in the lower left hand corner of each food item. In the box where you can put additional nutrition info, packing, etc., is where I save the actual recipe. See if you can see that...
by Draglist (submitted 10 months ago)
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