I happen to be back to you have all these at Bundy texture I???ll put this on my feet concluded that the next day when I wake up a sweat like these is smellier on no it doesn't completely get rid of the stuff that I had taken all that stuff but it... (more)
I just want y'all to outline the pros, cons, and nutritional differences between butter and heavy cream. Also - creative ways to incorporate these into your diet (e.g. "bulletproof coffee") Also - good suggestions on where to get... (more)
I'm constantly getting mixed messages about milk and dairy. Some seem to think anything from whole milk to gouda is acceptable, others insist that dairy is evil and won't even touch butter... Now butter... isn't that taking it a little far? Who... (more)
So I understand the purpose for some people staying away from dairy foods due to them being lactose intolerant. But what if one isn't lactose intolerant and has a pastured grass fed dairy farm close by where the cows are hormone free and the milk,... (more)
I mash up some frozen bananas to make banana soft serve (sometimes with coconut flakes, some nuts, or some cocoa powder, it's like a blizzard from DQ!) and then top it with some coconut cream, yummmm!
Coconut cream has more coconut solids in it. It's delicious to eat on its own, but not right for cooking. It melts, but it will make everything taste much more like coconuts than oil will, and it will probably mess with the texture of whatever you... (more)
It seems I get a bet of nausea and acid reflux right after a drink cream on an empty stomach. I use ecological cream and I take lactrase enzymes with it so that the lactose won't be a problem. Why do I get this symptoms?
Lactose may not be the problem. Lots of people cannot tolerate casein, which is a protein found in milk. There is no pill to reduce casein, like there is for lactose. A big dose of fat on an empty stomach may cause reflux.
I made some recent purchases from a coop in Pennsylvania and one of the items that I got was listed as "Cream (medium), 1 qt in glass" I had been a little disappointed when I placed the order as they did not list heavy cream and I assumed that... (more)
Coffee discovery! I am trying to drink only black coffee, which ive come to appreciate, but I miss the feel, flavor, and fullness of added cream or coconut milk. Have any of you ever tried cold brewed coffee? It's character is very different... (more)
I know it's a natural byproduct of wine making, but wasn't sure if it qualifies for a paleo diet. I realize our ancestors most likely didn't have it in their pantry, but is it one of those things that is acceptable because it doesn't actually do... (more)
I know a good amount of paleo people accept white rice as a safe starch because it is purely that, a starch. What about cream of rice? I got it from the store and the only ingredient is granulated rice, so just from that it seems like it is fine.... (more)
Hi I am currently stuck in a very hostile seeming place until tomorrow. The hosts here refuse to take into account of my eating choices (no grain etc) and requests for extra protein portions. The first day I broke down and are 3 bowls of granola... (more)
So to give you some background I've been pretty strictly Paleo (aside from grass-fed meat, but I have bought a bit of wild fish!) for the last 2-3 weeks and want to continue this way as much as possible. My aim is to be healthier but mainly to... (more)
For those who are lactose intolerant it is recommended to make yogurt for 24 hours to make sure the bacteria have consumed all the lactose. This is when making yogurt from milk. I would like to make my yogurt from cream. What is the minimum... (more)
So I'm curious about the pros and cons of one over the other. Usually I make americanos with HWC but occasionally with coconut. I like both. Is one better for health? How about for weight loss?
I have, for years, an insatiable craving for heavy sweet cream. Before menopause, I would indulge in it a day before my period. I'd drink 8 or 16 ozs. of it as soon as I'd buy it. I'd drink it while still in the car. I couldn't possibly wait... (more)
For the first time in ages, I went today without a binge (knock on wood, there is still time before tomorrow). Unfortunately, I can binge on ANYTHING and could binge on 3/4 of whole chicken, bag of vegetables, all downed in a stick of butter and... (more)
Possible Duplicate: White Rice and The Perfect Health Diet Having had some serious blood test issues lately, I have been on here a lot. In replies to my posting and in other posts I have noticed a disturbing trend. That suddenly 'white... (more)
I'm a college student with variable amounts of free time to go shopping. In a pinch, I go to the little store at my school for a bag of baby carrots and, for satiety, a dip. Sometimes they have full fat Fage, but other times, it's a toss-up... (more)
Are you sensitive to dairy? If not, sour cream is definitely more benign and many paleo-style diets, such as the Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson, recommend it. It has probiotics and good fats. I eat sour cream sometimes. Hummus has nasty legumes... (more)
My husband and I have different responses to coconut so just wondering if anyone has any thoughts or theories. We both eat pretty high fat about 45-65% day. We use high quality coconut oil like Nature's Way and Tropical Traditions Coconut... (more)
Okay, so this may seem like a no-brainer, but if ice cream (assume high quality content: organic, grassfed dairy and no crappy fillers like guar gum) has such all-star ingredients -----like heavy cream and egg yolk!---why is it considered bad for... (more)
I know that heavy whipping cream is not totally paleo, but here is my question: I drink about 4 to 6 ounces of it in my coffee every morning. I know green tea is the better choice but I sure do enjoy the coffee. Will the cream make me gain? I... (more)
Here is the Link- http://www.turtlemountain.com/products/product.php?p=so_delicious_nsa_vanilla_bean The ingredients are in the menu on the right hand side. This isn't spam its just a link to the product I have a severe crush on as a substitute... (more)