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  1. bagwell1987

    Keto, IF and OMAD...

    Made bone broth. simmered 27 hours. Got home from work this morning and it was simmering away, I wanted to eat it. It had a nice 2 inches of oil on top. As it simmered I took a ladle and poured the boiling liquid over cabbage, thin sliced crimini, mung bean sprouts and leftover shank meat. Oh my goodness....it was amazing! I gobbled up the whole bowl. The oil on top was indescribable. Wow. Kept me happy until 6:30 pm, 10 hours. Then I had stir fry, Lew loves this, so glad because it makes cooking easier.
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    My off topic thread

    I wonder. I still call it Kee Bek
  3. bagwell1987

    My off topic thread

    Is Quebec pronounced Kee Bek or que bek. Grandma always said Kee bek.
  4. bagwell1987

    Keto, IF and OMAD...

    I think the only way I'd do a cold cooked farm egg, like a boiled/peeled egg, would be to crack a dozen and whip in a bowl, I use my stick blender, and put in my big 6 count muffin tin with canadian/regular bacon or sausage and green onion. That way you have cooked cooled portable egg to take on the go. Done it also with thin sliced asparagus. Ummm or another way is with taco meat, I like that one.
  5. bagwell1987

    Keto, IF and OMAD...

    Oh glad to see I'm not the only one that does it like that, the only way to get them out of the shell. Frustrating. But I wouldn't eat the shell, I'm not so sure our digestion could deal with it. Dogs can but its only recommended for humans to eat shells in powdered form.
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    Keto, IF and OMAD...

    Sadly fresh farm eggs do not peel when boiled. Those I poach hard. I have a new recipe for deviled egg. I made a bacon/grated onion aioli. Wow, tastes like bacon and eggs in your hand. I did use a little mustard and a little pickle juice to use less aioli. I buy the small restaurant lid connected clear containers and put 4 open faced eggs in one and cucumber in another, boom...lunch. I'm really getting into different aioli's makes for variety.
  7. bagwell1987

    Keto, IF and OMAD...

    I've heard many talk about how too much meat at a meal can slow weight loss. I found it to be true. I've been on a stir fry or sauerkraut kick lately, everyday about the last week at least. Each dish gets about 2-3 oz of protein. My goodness, seems like I lose weight like crazy. I had a steak last night, so hungry because of such an erratic schedule lately, and this morning I felt heavy. So it proved it to me. Back to stir fry.
  8. bagwell1987

    The Word Association Game

    had to look this one up Dublin
  9. bagwell1987

    The Word Association Game

    Doubtful Your word took me a while to figger out😃
  10. bagwell1987

    The Word Association Game

    I'll just take those both😂 Camping pins......... PINTEREST!!
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    The Word Association Game

    Tent Hahaha! Finally I'm spontaneous and not predictable
  12. bagwell1987

    The Word Association Game

    Ocean Taking an unpaid sabbatical?😂
  13. bagwell1987

    The Word Association Game

    Whale (we haven't played this game in almost a month!)
  14. bagwell1987

    Keto, IF and OMAD...

    Yes, but use sesame oil instead. It makes it more nutty. I found a good, inexpensive sesame oil at Cash and Carry.
  15. bagwell1987

    Keto, IF and OMAD...

    Hey Linda, Maybe try lightly steaming the broccoli. Only to the point of being less raw, still has some snap to it. That's how I eat it most times. Or raw in broccoli salad, just found a new recipe with bacon & onion aioli. Yum. Have you ever tried pan searing your asparagus in sesame oil and fresh garlic?? And again only until it's less raw with a little snap. I'll turn the heat on high, drop them in put on a lid and wait a minute, shake the pan and wait another minute...done. Cooked this for a brother who refused to eat cooked veg because his mom over cooked veg all his young life, but after eating this he and his wife eat it like this all the time.
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    Increasing hemoglobin

    Wonderful Fiona, wonderful Wonderful Fiona, wonderful. I concur.
  17. bagwell1987

    Keto, IF and OMAD...

    Yup me too🤢 Roasted? Yep. Steamed? Yep. In a casserole? Yep.
  18. bagwell1987

    Keto, IF and OMAD...

    I need to eat more fish. Lew doesn't really like it unless its deep fried so that means I have to cook it 2 different ways. Tiring. I have to agree the egg is my thing I take when on the road. Also egg salad with pork rind dippers. I almost prefer the veggies as to opposed salads. Too much lettuce isn't good for me, it won't stay in my body. I do eat mixed nuts as well. Not too much, they fill me fast. I just finished a 21 hour fast. Wasn't bad at all. BUT then again I'll have a hungry day occasionally- do you? Something else I recently found I like is dill relish. I'll have a burger patty then cover it with relish and mustard. Wow, great. What about sauerkraut and sausage? A sister taught me to drain it, rinse a little, squeeze then fry in butter. Made all the difference. Nice bite but not too sour.
  19. bagwell1987

    Keto, IF and OMAD...

    OMGoodness I started Keto on the 15th too. I was doing Low Carb before that and an elimination diet for the last year and 9 months before Low Carb. Apparently we're losing about 10-12 pounds a month, I think I'm ok with that. I've also lost around 30, I'm weighing in tomorrow to see just how much. I'm doing strict Keto, no dairy except a little bit of grated cheddar in my broccoli salad and butter occasionally in my stirfry's (which I eat a LOT of). I feel better since letting go of cream or 1/2 1/2. Question; do you find you eat the same thing for a period of time? If so what are you eating now? I'm hooked on stirfry. Cabbage, grated carrot, broccoli, cauli, asparagus, bean sprouts & onion. Meats are Cloverdale brand german sausages, mussels and shrimp, thin sliced steak, thin sliced pork loin. Oyster sauce, aminos, teriyaki (very little) garlic, sesame oil, black sesame seed. The variations that can be made with the ingredients keep it from becoming boring, which I admit I get often because of my food limitations due to allergies.
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