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The carb and sugar content of the Warrior Whey do not stimulate a blood sugar spike.
Not really from Crisper's but tastes like it is!
A great way to get offal into our loved ones in a way that will have them begging for more.
This recipe has evolved. There may and probably are other recipes similar, because I don't know if it is possible to invent very many ways of making pan gravy, but this is the one I use.
A little extra body than that made with just water.
Low in calories, carbs and fat
Thick, rich, cold eggnog. Who knew how good for your own homemade could be?
Served on crisp slices of peeled (or not) cucumber, this is a great small meal if you like or an appetizer in even smaller servings.
Same as my other Warrior Shake, but made with water instead of milk and with more coconut oil.
Creamy goodness, a great way to dress up leftover cooked shrimp! No noodles needed; just serve over the shrimp or, if desired, use spaghetti squash as a base.
A complete meal replacement and delicious. Will keep the hunger pangs away for at least four hours.
No beans! Meat from foraging animals! = Primal!
No MSG or other excitotoxins unless you add them! Just pure good real food and plenty of taste.
My son's favorite!
Soooo good, even my picky husband and son liked it.
Another way to drink coconut oil and loving it!
Robin Pau' Leota adds a lot of rice to this, but I make it without in order to get the carbs down low enough to enjoy a piece of 85% dark chocolate later.
These are good primal substitutes for crackers. So good as conveyors of guacamole or homemade dips to your tongue.
Made only with Defense Nutrition's Warrior Whey or Dr. Mercola's equivalent Miracle Whey. These have been made without heat or acid in processing, are from organic, raw milk, and contain concentrate, not isolates.
Made with home made "Healthy Mayo" (no canola, sunflower, safflower, corn, cottonseed or soy oils) and no sugar, this dressing is actually good for you!
Flaxseed meal is the filler instead of bread crumbs or oatmeal.
I omitted the icing and added raisins and included Halle's optional walnuts for a muffin with the taste I was looking for. I also substituted pure stevia extract for the Steviva Blend (stevia and erythritol) that she uses. We also omitted the cupcake liners, as they always seemed to stick to the muffin and they turned out perfectly without them.
So satisfying, yet low carb. Makes a great breakfast served warm.
from The Primal Blueprint Cookbook
Wonderful and comforting on a cold winter's day. Check blood sugar before meal and at two hours postprandial. Should be within 10 or stay away from this dish.
Patterned after the salad my mother used to make from a Romani Friend's recipe.
This has higher carb content in it to help prevent insomnia. It is a meal replacement, meant for a dinner. I originally made it with coconut milk, but it was too low carb to prevent insomnia, so I switched it to raw milk with its lactose.
Low carb, high nutrition drink to replace a meal. For ovo-vegetarians, otherwise not for strict vegetarians. Double the eggs for higher protein.
For breakfast or lunch. For dinner, remove one egg to prevent insomnia. Do not make this ahead; drink immediately to prevent bacterial growth in the rich egg medium.
A great appetite suppressant and satisfies a sweet tooth. May be made with honey, but that changes the nutrient values.
Not a true chili; it is more of a thick hamburger/tomato/bean soup.
Half portion of berries; full cream.
Recreated to taste like the salad dressing Mamu used to make for her Romani salad. Has a great blend of sweet and sour.
I sometimes have this for dinner to help prevent insomnia, since it is fairly low protein, moderate carb, high fat.
This soup is my own recipe and is hearty and delicious and heart and soul warming. Additionally, it has a fairly low carb count. Makes approximately 11 one-cup servings or 7 one-and-a-half cup servings with a tad left over. The nutrition is calculated for one cup.
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Recipe Collections I've Shared:
|G-Mom's Organic Omnivore
This cookbook will harbor found and created recipes for main courses and desserts using traditional foods that my ancestors would recognize. I am including only those recipes that are grain-free, man-made oil-free, and soy-free. Most are low carb, moderate protein, high fat.
|G-Mom's Smoothies and Shakes
Different versions of favorite smoothies and shakes, most of which use Defense Nutrition's (by Ori Hofmekler) Warrior Whey and Nutiva Coconut oil. Eggs can be used instead of the warrior whey, however. Four eggs will give approximately the same amount of protein as 3 scoops of whey powder.
|G-Mom's Savory Soups
Soup's on; let's eat! Not only does soup warm the soul, but it offers food's nutrients in a far more digestible, thus nourishing form than do most methods of preparation provide.
|G-Mom's Scrumptious Salads
Raw veggies and fruits are for detox. They call out to us during hot, humid weather. These recipes call for at least two raw ingredients in each salad. The dressings are added here for convenience. They are made from scratch.
|G-Mom's Sassy Sauces, Gravies and Dips
Sauces, gravies, and dips add interest and pizzazz to a meal or a snack. This collection contains all recipes made from scratch.
|G-Mom's Simply Scintillating Desserts
More than just fruit, but still healthful and delicious, are these decadently tasty treats.