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What do you sop your juices with?

Answered on September 12, 2014
Created December 01, 2010 at 11:28 PM

What do you use to soak up all the lovely juices that come off your meat? I would normally sop juice with bread or cornbread, but I can't think of a paleo substitute.

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on December 11, 2010
at 05:46 AM

That is what the microwaving does - it cooks the cauliflower. You can leave it raw but it will be chewier. I do this with short rib I cook in a cast iron skillet with some curries from Trader Joe's, but also works well with steak and any veggies (think spinach in bacon fat with garlic) - anything where there flavorful broths etc - works with the cauliflower.

16846467115e18d283565a19c374ee07

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on December 10, 2010
at 03:25 PM

Should you steam/cook the cauliflower beforehand? Or is that what the microwaving is for?

16846467115e18d283565a19c374ee07

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on December 10, 2010
at 03:24 PM

"The meat juices singularity"

16846467115e18d283565a19c374ee07

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on December 10, 2010
at 03:23 PM

Lmao, as long as it's not in public/restaurant, I don't care who is looking. My family and friends already know what they're signed up for when they eat with me. Seriously, my dogs kind of hate me, licking the plates was usually their job

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on December 02, 2010
at 03:15 PM

Turn it into a sexy show! Every day my dog watches me sensually lick up egg yolks. HAWT.

5841391284e7af8c495c54bd90d3a795

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on December 02, 2010
at 04:57 AM

...or even if they are!

50637dfd7dc7a7e811d82283f4f5fd10

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on December 02, 2010
at 03:39 AM

Minus the microwave ;)

76f3ead3aa977d876bcf3331d35a36e9

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on December 01, 2010
at 11:45 PM

If all else fails, lick that plate clean. :)

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on December 02, 2010
at 06:49 AM

I use a quick, low-carb microwave "bread": Put a bit (half a tablespoon or so) of oil or melted butter in a small bowl. Crack an egg in there as well, and mix. Add 0.6 decilitres (about 0.25 cups, I think) of your favorite flour-like substance, mix well. Microwave on high for 1 minute. Soak it in the meaty juices and enjoy! It's best to do it with a knife and fork though.

I've tried this with ground flax seeds, almond flour and coconut flakes. The coconut version is definitely my favorite, but closely followed by the almond version.

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16846467115e18d283565a19c374ee07

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on December 02, 2010
at 03:47 PM

More meat. Until you reach the plate's capacity for juices, at which point you have a soup

16846467115e18d283565a19c374ee07

(323)

on December 10, 2010
at 03:24 PM

"The meat juices singularity"

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072fd69647b0e765bb4b11532569f16d

(3717)

on December 02, 2010
at 03:24 AM

Lick the plate when no one's watching.

5841391284e7af8c495c54bd90d3a795

(2764)

on December 02, 2010
at 04:57 AM

...or even if they are!

1471beca8e3adff4ae2f89d10e5f7acb

(6550)

on December 02, 2010
at 03:15 PM

Turn it into a sexy show! Every day my dog watches me sensually lick up egg yolks. HAWT.

16846467115e18d283565a19c374ee07

(323)

on December 10, 2010
at 03:23 PM

Lmao, as long as it's not in public/restaurant, I don't care who is looking. My family and friends already know what they're signed up for when they eat with me. Seriously, my dogs kind of hate me, licking the plates was usually their job

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A89f9751a97c3082802dc0bcbe4e9208

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on December 01, 2010
at 11:58 PM

I use a spoon. ;)

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5b4fd1d0dcb02b1cc3c666ece9e5983d

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on September 07, 2013
at 12:44 AM

Get a cauliflower, grate it. Take the grated cauliflower and put it in a glass bowl. Cover it with a paper towel. Put in the microwave for 8 minutes.

This is a rice substitute and superb for all your juice needs.

50637dfd7dc7a7e811d82283f4f5fd10

(5838)

on December 02, 2010
at 03:39 AM

Minus the microwave ;)

5b4fd1d0dcb02b1cc3c666ece9e5983d

(1169)

on December 11, 2010
at 05:46 AM

That is what the microwaving does - it cooks the cauliflower. You can leave it raw but it will be chewier. I do this with short rib I cook in a cast iron skillet with some curries from Trader Joe's, but also works well with steak and any veggies (think spinach in bacon fat with garlic) - anything where there flavorful broths etc - works with the cauliflower.

16846467115e18d283565a19c374ee07

(323)

on December 10, 2010
at 03:25 PM

Should you steam/cook the cauliflower beforehand? Or is that what the microwaving is for?

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on December 02, 2010
at 12:29 AM

I like to cook the juices down until they are thick and then spoon them back over the meat.

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on December 01, 2010
at 11:45 PM

Pour the juice on the vegetables.

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76f3ead3aa977d876bcf3331d35a36e9

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on December 01, 2010
at 11:39 PM

Potatoes (if you eat them), mashed cauliflower, more meat.

76f3ead3aa977d876bcf3331d35a36e9

(4620)

on December 01, 2010
at 11:45 PM

If all else fails, lick that plate clean. :)

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Ef9f83cb4e1826261a44c173f733789e

on December 02, 2010
at 03:07 AM

I use coconut flakes.

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5b4fd1d0dcb02b1cc3c666ece9e5983d

(1169)

on December 02, 2010
at 12:24 AM

Get a cauliflower, grate it. Take the grated cauliflower and put it in a glass bowl. Cover it with a paper towel. Put in the microwave for 8 minutes.

This is a rice substitute and superb for all your juice needs.

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