If you’ve done any research at all into health, you know that organ meats are some of the most nutrient-dense foods you can eat.
The problem is most people haven’t grown up eating them as a staple of their diet, and their palate hasn’t developed to crave them like you might a nice cut of filet mignon (myself included).
That’s why hiding liver in ground meat (like meatballs) is such a unique way to get all the health benefits of organ meats without any noticeable taste difference!Read More→
Confession time. I haven’t been too active on social media (which will change). In large part, this is due to me not eating that well… which at times makes me feel like a fraud or failure.
In fact, it’s been about 9 months of not paying close attention to the keto diet. During that period, there were several weeks of eating 80% crap and 20% healthy.
Thankfully, I wrote down plenty of thoughts as to why it happened, and want to share with my fellow over-eaters who struggle every day with bad eating habits.
Eggs are the ideal food when you are following the keto diet.
At 5 grams of fat, 6 grams of protein, and less than 1 gram carbohydrate, it’s the perfectly balanced package of nutrition to curb your hunger.
From a technique perspective, many cooks believe a first test in the kitchen is preparing eggs properly.
My favorite egg recipe is the classic omelette, or omelet, whichever way you choose to spell it!
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