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Hey! I began today with an extra-lean ground beef patti and some Armenian cucumber, and had chicken and tomato omelet for lunch. Probably have fish for dinner, along with maybe green beans or broccoli.
I guess, to celebrate "Loaf Mass", you could make a meatloaf (without the cereal filler, of course).
Or go ahead and bake the bread, offer some up in ritual, and then give it to someone else.
Well unfortunately I just started the plan so I'm only in week two. Which means no bread until Monday! (My timing is impeccable...hehe)I do like the idea of just making a little loaf and setting it out as an offering!
Thanks so much! : )
Edited by: SARALYN150 at: 8/1/2009 (17:09)
There are lots of low-carb bread recipes on the Web. Just search for "low carb bread recipe" and you'll be amazed. Some are specific to bread machines, others are not.
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Bake your bread as usual, but leave it out as an offering.
Why not just cut back on the amount of bread you eat.
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So here's the problem, I want to celebrate Lammas today but I would normally bake some bread to use it in my ritual and I can't this year because i'm on a low carb plan.
Any suggestions on how to celebrate the holiday without carbs?! : )
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