Boneless Pork Ribs - Low Carb Recipe?


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Posted: 07 May 2012, 22:21
Hi guys! Trying to really increase my protein intake, and need a low-carb yummy recipe for some boneless pork ribs. I'm considering just slapping some BBQ on them....but although I haven't gone to check the nutrition facts on the bottle of Sweet Baby Ray's sitting in my fridge, I'm gonna go ahead and guess it's not exactly the healthiest choice.

Any suggestions for some sides would be great, too! I'm so sick of salads...guess I can DEAL with veggies...craaaaaaaaaaaaving mashed potatoes....!!! But I'm gonna try to behave myself. AND NO ONE SUGGEST PARSNIPS AS FAKE POTATOES!! Tried that CRAP and it was a MASSIVE letdown!! Did NOT taste like mashed potatoes one bit so everyone who said so LIIIIIIED. (Still pissy over that one.)

I dunno, beans of some sort, maybe? Would definitely help raise my protein intake more. But those have lots of carbs. (Again with this dang "good carb vs. bad carb" confusion!! Bah!)

I dunno. Any ideas, any recipes. Thanks a heap in advance!
If it tastes good, spit it out.

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Posted: 07 May 2012, 22:39
Instead of bbq sauce, try looking for a dry rub that sounds good to you. If you are going low carb, bbq sauce is not your friend.

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Posted: 07 May 2012, 22:47
Well I dunno if I have to be LOW LOW carb, but I was recommended to have only 100g of carbs per day. I think it was this: 1500 calories, 100g of carbs, 40g of fats, and 180g of protein. I think he's making me eat so much protein to make my body do that "ketosis" thing. So I guess I don't really mind carbs, so long as they're...not gonna make me
If it tastes good, spit it out.

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