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    ^Can understand having done Keto a few times. It really works and the weight comes off fast but it's not for people who enjoy a balanced diet with lots of fruits and veggies. Great for the short term, would be extremely difficult to stick with for much longer than a month or two..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx
    would be extremely difficult to stick with for much longer than a month or two..
    Yep that's pretty much it.

    Really the only diets that work are the ones that you can make a part of your lifestyle and anything that excludes certain food groups is by definition not a complete diet.

    All that being said I still intend to eat a lot of steak and bacon!

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    The premade dinners like Paleo gave me an idea. DIY meals made for later. I made up this lasagna before 8 am while it was cool. Leave it in the fridge to pick up more flavor and an easy meal tonight. A light salad and some garlic bread will fill out the meal.

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    That looks gooooooood!

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    I'm taking marks off for onion rings on top.

    Just bechamel and Parmesan for me.

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    There are no onion rings, must be an optical illusion with the grated mozzarella

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    The premade dinners like Paleo gave me an idea. DIY meals made for later. I made up this lasagna before 8 am while it was cool. Leave it in the fridge to pick up more flavor and an easy meal tonight. A light salad and some garlic bread will fill out the meal.

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    This looks good.


    Perhaps a sprinkle of dried herbs on top.

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    I do that after cooking as the herbs would brown in the last 10 minutes when I uncover the lasagna. 35 minutes covered and 10 to 15 to finish the top, then while super hot add oregano or an Italian spice mix, which is what I use..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    This looks good.


    Perhaps a sprinkle of dried herbs on top.

    Fresh herbs might add more zest and mingle better.

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    ^Yeah you'd know, you fucking spastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Fresh herbs might add more zest and mingle better.
    Jeff, shut the f&^k up. I know of few places that carry fresh oregano which is what I would use.


    I can put up with your platitudes on other threads as I am well used to them... But on food you have never posted up one dish you have made. Put a few up then comment. Otherwise I wonder why you speak up.

    It would be like Bsnub commenting on the joys of Isaan food and cooking. He knows nothing about it, hence he keeps his trap shut. Try it mate..

    Getting near time to put a lock on the kitchen door for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Just the nagging feeling that eating nothing but steak, eggs, cheese, bacon and salmon probably isn't good for you in the long-term.
    That's the devil talking, ignore that ass! You have all 5 important food groups there, dont you?

    EAting pre-packaged meals now?

    *shudder*

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    M'Sahib really getting into my quiche. Just knocked this one up for her, spinach, roasted zucchini and onion, gruyure cheese.


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    A most palate pleasing dinner this evening: fish and coconut curry served over rice noodles (Khanom Jeen Nam Ya) with a chunk of norwegian salmon, some Isan fermented sausage and sauteed chives. Dessert of ngot and apple.

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    Settling, Bowie...

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    Dinner... in bed


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    yum.

    I love that naan bread.

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    The amount of decent food here in UB surprised me during my first few weeks here and is very welcome in the long winter months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post
    The amount of decent uzbek women surprised me during my first few weeks here and is very welcome in the long winter months.
    FTFY

    Please post updates

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    Sirloin steaks button mushrooms red onion plum tomatoes crinkle chips and peppercorn sauce









    Dessert

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    Snakey what breed of cattle is predominate in NI? Or Ireland in general...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Snakey what breed of cattle is predominate in NI? Or Ireland in general...
    Had to google it they all look the same 4 legged beasts


    • Angus.
    • Aubrac.
    • Belgian Blue.
    • Blonde d'Aquitaine.
    • Charolais.
    • Hereford.
    • Holstein Friesan.
    • Limousin.

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    Wonder which one your sirloin came from. Angus is all the rage here now. Always noted on the label.

    Edit...Charolais were big here back in day. Haven't heard much about that breed of late.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Snakey what breed of cattle is predominate in NI? Or Ireland in general...


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