Cauliflower Rice and Potatoes Tutorial Rice and potatoes, we low carbers fear them, but probably dream of them every night! After all, what is Butter Chicken without rice? What is Beef stew without potatoes? Rice and potatoes are the ultimate comfort food when topped with stews, sauces and other tasty … Continue reading →
I found this low carb cheesecake recipe in my recipe file. It was printed in pencil and looked like something I wrote down from back in the eighties when I was trying out a low carb diet (back in the olden days before we just looked on the internet!). I … Continue reading →
Keto Eggs Benedict with Super Easy Hollandaise Sauce On the few occasions that I do go out to eat for breakfast or brunch, I always order Eggs Benedict. It is one of my all time favorites and in the past has been a source of guilt due to my incorrect … Continue reading →
Kale Salad (with Salmon)Recipe I was first introduced to Kale salad during a 7 month stint on the raw food diet. Yes, you read that correctly! This meat eating Ketogenic Woman was on the raw food diet. It’s kind of a long story and actually, being on that diet uncovered … Continue reading →
LCHF Diet – Is it Extreme? When I first started exploring the Keto Diet, I ran into many terms and acronyms that I did not understand. LCHF was one of them. So what it is exactly? LCHF is the acronym for Low Carb High Fat which is exactly what the … Continue reading →
Cauliflower. Oh How I Love Thee! And to think I gave you no respect before my Keto life. It was one of those big deal veggies. You boil it, it can get mushy and does it even have any flavor? All that changed when I discovered Cauliflower Puree. It’s one … Continue reading →
Keto Appetizers for Entertaining This weekend in Canada we are celebrating Thanksgiving Weekend. This means the holiday season has begun and that means I needed to experiment and come up with Keto Appetizers for entertaining. Whether you call them tapas, finger foods, hor’s d’oeuvres or just plain Appies, these types … Continue reading →
Health Benefits of Walnuts Science World Report says that a new study conducted by the Yale Griffin Prevention Research Centre in Connecticut has found that walnuts can help overweight adults with Diabetes and Heart problems. This is good news for people following a ketogenic diet program because we are encouraged … Continue reading →
Keto Lemon Coconut Balls (AKA Low Carb Cheesecake!) Lately I’ve been obsessed with making cream cheese bites and these Keto Lemon Coconut Balls are my favorite rendition so far. The taste like cheesecake to me, so I had to share them! I love the little sweet bites of bliss that … Continue reading →
Which Fats and Oils for Keto are best? Oils and fats are literally the lifeblood of the Ketogenic diet. For treating epilepsy doctors generally use a strict 4 to 1 ratio, meaning 4 times as much fat as protein and carbs combined, by weight of food. For weight loss we … Continue reading →
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