Veggie Beef Soup - hamburger, carrots, onion, celery, green pepper, garlic, tomatoes, eggplant, zucchini, seasoned salt, black pepper, steak seasoning, and probably more that I can't think of at the moment. It turned out really good.
might....might do some mushrooms with it :) being a zero carb eater it is a big choice if I allow mushrooms into my day HA HA not sure but will decide later, probably skip but they ARE on my mind for some reason :)
I just found a bunch of menus from January of 2009. Here are some of my menus from then. I'd been eating low carb for about five years.
T - Shepherd's Pie, cucumbers in ranch dressing W - Turkey Loaf, broccoli with cheese, lettuce with dressing T - Roast lamb breast F - Turkey Loaf, broccoli with cheese, cucumbers in ranch dressing S - roast lamb breast, mushrooms and onions
S - Italian Fish Soup M - Fried Cabbage and Pork T - Turkey Loaf, Cabbage Salad W - Fried Cabbage and Pork T - Turkey Loaf, Brussels Sprouts in Mustard Cream Sauce F - Pot Roast, Green Beans with Sour Cream and Dill S - Turkey Loaf, Green Beans with Sour Cream and Dill
S - Meatloaf, Cabbage Salad M - Greek Spaghetti with Tomatoes, Chicken & Feta, Lettuce with dressing T - Meatloaf, Green Beans with Sour Cream and Dill, raw turnip, raw carrot W - Greek Spaghetti with Tomatoes, Chicken & Feta T - Meatloaf, lettuce with dressing F - Fish Florentine (fish and Creamed Spinach) S - Meatloaf, Green Beans with Sour Cream and Dill
I was eating a lot better back then than I am now! Not necessarily lower carb or even healthier, but more complete meals. Like a protein and a salad and/or a veggie. I should get back to that. By the way, I live alone, so there are lots of leftovers, which is why there's so much duplication.
Rusty if you are doing a more 'very low carb to zero carb' type eating sodium does not come into play mostly. WE need sodium. total keto in our bodies mean we dehydrate and need more water and it means we need way more sodium then the 'old govt. amt allows' for heatlh. just a suggestion that you can have regular old tuna and be fine :) as I eat.
Dana Carpender - blogger and cookbook author - says that she can buy chicken skins from her butcher. I haven't looked real hard, but haven't found any that way. The chicken skins I had last night were ones I took off of the chicken necks I got Russell, my dog. Most of the necks were skinless, but there were enough from the 20 pounds or so to make a good meal. Delicious!
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Grilled chicken breast with salad no dressing and a dry piece of toast. And then for dessert, something made by Weight Watchers, with fake synthetic ingredients that look like cream but probably made of chicken feathers... Naha, just kidding. That's what I've left behind. Never going to diet like that again!
Perhaps we could get some food pics along with these recipes since you eat with your eyes before anything else. As a Carnivore Foodie, I'd love to see a plate of food and think "wow that looks yummy. I want to try that". I don't think you need to be a food stylist to share, just have a camera and the courage to post your meal to the world. Ok, maybe not the world, just all of us here in our little corner of recipes.
I made a small plate of antipasto. 3 slices of Provolone, salami, roasted red peppers and splash of red wine vinegar. Then I was still a little hungry so I stole two slices of liverwurst from my hubby. It was actually not that bad-very filling.
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- zoodles ("noodles" made from strands of zucchini) sauteed in hamburger drippings, with a sauce made from leftover Eggplant and Hamburger Casserole, thinned with some heavy whipping cream and topped with shredded cheese (a blend of mozzarella, cheddar and provolone) - cucumbers in a mixture of ranch and sour cream
- zoodles ("noodles" made from strands of zucchini) sauteed in lard, with a sauce made from leftover Eggplant and Hamburger Casserole, thinned with some heavy whipping cream and topped with shredded cheese (a blend of mozzarella, cheddar and provolone) - cucumber with Caesar dressing (bad choice of dressing, but I was tired of ranch)
Low carb tortilla wrap (3 net gr carbs) filled with tuna salad (mayo, tomatoes, lettuce, albacore tuna, pickles, celery, olives and a bit of onion if you like that). I also mix the mayo (0 carbs) with a little cream and some onion or garlic salt. Atkins has a ranch dressing recipe to die for, and I have also used that in this wrap. Egg salad is also good in this.
Maybe these are more lunch selections, but they are still very good lighter dinner choices.
Edited by: JEANNE229 at: 8/2/2015 (10:26)
My name is Jeanne (pronounced Jean ee); I live in eastern Washington State.
Maw, it definitely helped. I chopped the beef and mix it in the sauce before I left for work so it could sort of marinate and it was pretty good. The sauce has horseradish in it which I love so it had a nice kick.
I don't know that I would call it a bbq sauce but from what little I read it's an Alabama thing and it is traditionally used on chicken.
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I tried a new recipe for asian beef it was flavorless and as tough as shoe leather! Since I batch cook I'm stuck with it for the next several days. I was trying to think of how I could rescue it and bbq beef came to mind but I didn't feel like making bbq sauce and store bought has too much sugar. I found a recipe for white bbq sauce that is mayonnaise based and a throw together kind of recipe it only took about 3 minutes to prepare and it was delicious!
So I had beef with white bbq sauce & buttered asparagus.
Edited by: LISALOOPNER at: 7/28/2015 (13:51)
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Come on, peoples! Surely I'm not the only one around here who eats supper/dinner! What do you eat? Who cares if it's not exciting. Mine usually aren't, either. Who has time to fix exciting all the time, anyway. What did you eat last night?
I had leftover meatloaf, buttered broccoli, and carrot salad (shredded carrot, sunflower seeds, mayo, cinnamon and splenda)
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