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I've been having the same things lately and I'm getting bored. Any recipes that will help

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created August 06, 2013 at 11:35 PM

My typical day looks like this

Breakfast-eggs with sauerkraut and some fruit or green smoothie Snack-1oz bakers chocolate and plantain chips Lunch-a few baked potatoes with baked or pan fryed salmon Snack-a tin of sardines or pickled herring with some plums and an ounce of bakers chocolate Dinner-some type of starch with salad and steak or other meat

I eat alot of carbs but I still eat fat too

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Thanks alot for the recipe

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on August 07, 2013
at 05:51 PM

I'm a big fan of "bowls." Rather than having a piece of meat next to a pile of veggies, I like to chop everything up (by hand or with a processor) and mix it together.

For example--chop cauliflower, cabbage, and chicken, cover in curry and some butter--> Indian bowl.

Chop zucchini, onion, and shrimp, throw on some fish sauce, sesame oil, and almond butter--> Thai bowl.

Chop lettuce, tomato, peppers, onions, avocado, and ground beef with salsa and taco seasoning--> Mexican bowl.

Chop cucumbers, onions, tomatoes, feta (if you eat it), and some chicken or hb eggs--> Greek bowl.

Chop sweet potatoes, apples, onions, and sausage, top with an egg--> Breakfast bowl.

I'm sure there are sophisticated consumers of the different types of cuisines that I'm using as examples that would laugh at me, but you get the idea. Play around with your favorite veggies/meats and mix it all up. Another tip is to try chopping up fruit in your bowls/salads. Like try that Mexican bowl with some chopped mango in the mix. Sweet-salty-yum.

I also am partial to "pancakes" (2 eggs plus a mashed banana and/or some pumpkin/sweet potato, fry it up), zucchini "pasta" (use a vegetable peeler to make noodles out of zucchini, cover in sugar-free tomato sauce plus meat), and "crumbles" (cook some apples, berries, or peaches in small pieces in a pan, top with chopped nuts and toasted coconut flakes).

My go-to "I can't even deal with this right now" recipe is egg-drop soup (beat an egg or two, slowly pour into hot broth, add hot sauce and some sauteed veggies if you want). Spicy and satisfying.

That is how I cook because I'm WAY too lazy to fuss with precise "recipes." If you want some seriously tasty stuff and "real" cooking tips, check out paleomg and nom nom paleo. They are geniuses.

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on August 07, 2013
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I recommend exploring ethnic foods. There are some great Indian recipes involving lots of veggies cooked in coconut milk and spices. Tacos are always delicious too. I either eat the meat over rice with all the normal taco ingredients or over lettuce like a salad. You can find all sorts of cucumber salads a d pico de gallo recipes online that help make your typical steak, chicken, or fish more interesting when thrown on top. Soups are delcious too and so easy to make paleo. You can throw all different spices in.

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Thanks alot for the recipe

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