can someone help me find the answer? I've heard lots of conflicting information.. How many carbs in a cup of quartered sweet and regular potatoes?
After a while learning new foreign recipes, I have noticed that traditionally many countries (specially Asian) rely on finding a balance of two or more flavors, one of them being sweet. For example, Thailand/Vietnam tries to balance spicy,... (more)
Finally decided to start eating lots of sweet potatoes but oh no can't eat them cos they're full of oxolates, white potatoes are nightshades, fruit is full of fructose, grains are obviously out I don't buy into this low carb rubbish so what the... (more)
I just cannot get on board with the mushy sweetness of these tubers. I've tried them baked, mashed, grated and fried like hash browns and have not liked them. My next goal is to try to make a soup with them pureed, maybe it's the texture I... (more)
Hi guys, I have no trouble at all eating sit-down paleo meals, but I need help finding dependable on-the-go snacks. I found other posts about bars, nut and fruit mixes, smoothies and quick-prep snacks. But I need something for the... (more)
Hi guys, I am following an ultra strict version of the auto-immune protocol to try and heal an auto-immune disease. Just meat, fish, a few select well-cooked vegetables, sweet potatoes and green leaves. I also try to encorperate bone broth and... (more)
Hi there, I noticed something new about my body and food today When I eat white rice as my days worth of safe starch I can't seem to satisfy my appetite. However, when I eat sweet potato, I am satiated with a much smaller amount of... (more)
Hi guys, I follow the auto-immune protocol for the Paleo diet and it's been amazing and I feel great! : ) Since starting this diet I've lost a shed load of weight, about 15 kilos in 4 months. Before I was totally ripped so all this weight was... (more)
According to some, quinoa is not technically a grain and moreover sweet potatoes aren't considered to be as starchy as their golden cousins. Are these two allowed when eating paleo? Also, what about tofu? It's technically made from soybeans... (more)
I just baked the purple sweet potatoes and it was a little soft on one end with blakish dots in the middle of the potato around the soft bad end. So I baked the potatoes with egg whites to give it some crisp but what i found was the egg whites... (more)
I regularly eat raw sweet potato on the car ride home after karate. I view it the same as eating raw carrot. Are there any potential issues with eating raw sweet potato?
Just gotta say... I LOVE THESE. I know making your own sweet potato fries is far healthier but sometimes I just don't feel like it... haha to say the least. On the ingredients of these babies though it does say "unbleached wheat flour" :( I would... (more)
I almost ask this as a rhetorical question because I know it's terrible, it's sweet, artificial and it is ohh so cooling. But that's the problem it freshens your breath more than anything else short term. It is far too inconvenient for me to... (more)
Just curious if anyone has had this response to xylitol. Has your sense of sweetness been desensitized by continuing to use sweeteners? When you pull xylitol out do you notice almost everything including veggies like tomatoes and cabbages tastes... (more)
The only sweetener I use is a little xylitol, and to me everything has tasted sweeter anyway since going primal/paleo. I feel that what desensitized people to sweets is the constant sugary drinks most people have. Since giving up soda, even the... (more)
So, I was telling a friend how I wrap my sweet potatoes in aluminum foil before I put them in the oven. Why do I do this? Because that's how I've always seen my mother do it. I never really thought about it and the sweet potatoes come out so nice... (more)
Im trying to get the straight dope on calorie info for these two. I live in Japan, and eat Satsumaimo. In Japanese Kanji, its says 100g raw yields 132 calories. But the regular orange fleshed sweet potato on the USDA nutrient database yields 86... (more)
First, this might help: See if this helps at all: http://paleohacks.com/questions/92959/nutrition-differences-in-different-varieties-of-sweet-potatoes#axzz1z6UFW9Zh And the North Caroline Sweet Potato Commission Everything you ever wanted to... (more)
So I baked some sweet potatos last night for my post workout and I forgot to refrigerate them. They were left out for twelve hours wrapped in foil, could they still be good? There is no bad odor or any indication of expiration.
All starches are eliminated from the GAPS diet because they can be used as food by the excess of bacteria in your gut, creating gas, bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea or constipation. The only carbohydrates allowed on the GAPS diet are from... (more)
I'm watching a few videos from Paleo FX and trying to bring my 80/20 rule to more of a 90/10 rule [and beyond!]. I can't help but notice a huge sponsor in the backgrounds of these videos: Quest Bars. I'm a huge fan/addict of the protein and... (more)
I think it's more of an issue of hyper palatability - as with most processed foods. You shouldn't, naturally, find umami (glutamate in the whey), sweet, salty, and fatty all in the same morsel.
Hey. So my starch of choice for the past few years has been japanese sweet potatoes. I eat them a lot as a post workout and when I can't find them, and I need starch, I cheat and eat two rice cakes or a couple red or yukon gold poatoes. ... (more)
Hi all, Not to go too much into detail and gross you all out but i ate sweet potatoes yesterday for the first time in ages and ive been spending longer than usual on the toilet today as a result! Does anyone else get this when eating sweet... (more)
You could be intolerant to the mannitol, which is a naturally-occurring sugar alcohol (A FODMAP). Do pineapples, olives, or asparagus agree with you?
I'm having a very hard time with Paleo and living on an extremely tight student budget. I love sweet potato, and often use it as a post workout recovery or meal filler. I've stumbled upon Sweet Potato vermicelli (noodles), in which the only... (more)
Experimenting with higher carb, sweet potatoes are main source. What is a simple way to always have them around? Do you cook your sweet potatoes in bulk for the week? Do you cook them whole or cut them up before? How do you cook them?
Stab a few holes in them using a fork and then microwave until soft. Usually takes 4-12 minutes depending on the size of the potato. I also like that the skin doesn't get sticky this way like when you boil or bake... I love opening them up and... (more)