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What are your super weird meals?

Answered on September 12, 2014
Created February 10, 2012 at 6:49 PM

OK so I am looking to hear about your 'unconventional' culinary concoctions?

I tend to come up with some bizarre combinations when I am either in a rush to head out the door, go to bed or have very limited ingredients. It's important that I get the calories and nutrition in as I am currently IFing from bedtime to 14:00 and so I dont want to just snack for dinner.

Earlier this week I made:

4 x Pan fried chicken breasts on a bed of a whole large diced cucumber with melted butter and coconut oil.

Tonight I just made:

6 egg butter-fried omelette with a handful almonds and garnished with coconut oil.

Obviously these are not quite the balanced meals, but quick focused meals nevertheless, especially if I am now even more late for a night out since I decided to right this post. :)

Ef32d6cc543a74319464e2100e5a9ffd

(1205)

on December 02, 2012
at 10:33 PM

Where do you get milk thistle seed flour and what is it like?

1f91fa5584b27c2c7fc0cf1f97a386c5

(182)

on August 01, 2012
at 06:55 AM

You can get the funk smell out usually by marinating it in cream or some other fat. The smell is from a whole bunch of fat soluble compounds that can be leeched out into other fats.

C0c839648b31512515daaffe8e4e9ad1

(468)

on August 01, 2012
at 01:37 AM

I dipped my banana in dark honey the other day. It wasn't so tasty. Maybe too much sugar, I'm not much of a sugar eater.

C0c839648b31512515daaffe8e4e9ad1

(468)

on August 01, 2012
at 01:34 AM

Yes, soooooo good.

F5f742cc9228eb5804114d0f3be4e587

(7660)

on May 05, 2012
at 11:17 PM

+1 for an entertaining thread.

A4216f1b1e1f5ab3815bd91700905081

(1646)

on May 05, 2012
at 06:32 PM

Mine were looking funny at me when I started. Now that I'm losing weight and have way more energy all day, they're starting to ask questions about how it works.

A97b68379a576dfa764a4828304d2efb

(4181)

on May 05, 2012
at 03:29 PM

I've just stumbled upon this myself and have made some bizarre combinations. It basically becomes "whatever is cooked or edible in raw form, wrapped in seaweed." I had some leftover ribeye sliced up with marinated cucumbers, avocado, and pine nuts the other day - very yum.

Ca2c940a1947e6200883908592956680

(8574)

on March 15, 2012
at 12:48 PM

Actually that sounds delicious!

2006ccb2b60f9cc5ba5e8eff8a7abc46

(1533)

on March 15, 2012
at 02:22 AM

haha after i posted this was the first time paleohacks asked me to verify that i am indeed human........

E2b72f1912f777917d8ee6b7fba43c26

(2384)

on February 16, 2012
at 10:19 AM

I added the frying fat before blending, maybe that gives it a slight brown/orange shade.

76c885d7d27e6c83542ea493ca866dcd

(2178)

on February 15, 2012
at 06:24 PM

why's the asparagus orange??

A2fe5bbd09c7804fd321e9e9a9f9d199

(1614)

on February 13, 2012
at 07:15 PM

heh, I guess it completely depends if the taste buds can enjoy a certain mix of umami and more pungent layers. And slimy textures along with crunchiness. It's a real treat to me but the stench alone puts off most people.

4b8ce2e8143119b39e00d5705b76cfa6

(40)

on February 12, 2012
at 08:02 PM

What about garlic cloves dipped in honey? Very good but don't attempt on an empty stomach, even a glass of water before hand will protect you.

4b8ce2e8143119b39e00d5705b76cfa6

(40)

on February 12, 2012
at 08:00 PM

Anchovies with scrambled eggs and two handfuls of veggies. Started out as an omlete but apparently I suck at egg origami. Delicious! Now scrambled eggs seem bland and unexciting without the hairy little fish.

Bdc6244bdbd664d2168a8e326018ffbe

(431)

on February 12, 2012
at 09:24 AM

I can't even compete, I bow down.

0607529af9b78bb5b178f7ffabdc4693

(701)

on February 12, 2012
at 03:10 AM

I am so grateful to not have co-workers to scrutinize my morning eats

35ba1f50dad25c85ac1aa2599fe5c5cb

(2485)

on February 12, 2012
at 12:51 AM

My favorite combo right now is seasoned beef cooked with onions and currants mixed with my cabbage... I don't know why, but it's sweet roasty and savory all at once. Nom!

Febcfb45a6bec019a69101cfa8104d30

(463)

on February 11, 2012
at 03:14 PM

Wow. I admit that recipe sound crazy, but I also kind of want to try it. With all those flavors combined, what's the final taste like?

Dabdb4e771b72dff14709b0258b207a7

(201)

on February 11, 2012
at 07:05 AM

Duck riettes are the best, I will have to try that. They are really good spread on sliced green apples.... also weird I guess.

Dabdb4e771b72dff14709b0258b207a7

(201)

on February 11, 2012
at 07:03 AM

I make pretty much the same thing (banana one) but with hot sauce!

A2fe5bbd09c7804fd321e9e9a9f9d199

(1614)

on February 11, 2012
at 07:03 AM

heh, reminds me yesterday I threw some raw smelts in the toaster oven at work and forgot about them. when i came back, my Philipino co worker said "I should have known it was you" as she was the first to get blamed for the exotic cooking stench emanating from the kitchen. then I busted out the spicy kimchi . . .

543a65b3004bf5a51974fbdd60d666bb

(4493)

on February 11, 2012
at 06:56 AM

its fast food for me. go to the local deli, buy cooked octopus and tub of yoghurt, put octopus in yoghurt, eat. sounds weird, tastes great. (goes well with 'normal' yoghurt as well)

543a65b3004bf5a51974fbdd60d666bb

(4493)

on February 11, 2012
at 06:51 AM

its fast food for me. go to the local deli, buy tub of the yoghurt & cooked octopus, put octopus in yoghurt, eat. sounds weird, tastes great. (goes well with 'normal' yoghurt as well)

Febcfb45a6bec019a69101cfa8104d30

(463)

on February 11, 2012
at 06:28 AM

Yeah, that's pretty weird. How'd you prepare it?

D5d982a898721d3392c85f951d0bf0aa

(2417)

on February 11, 2012
at 05:57 AM

Now, that is classic! YUM!

D5d982a898721d3392c85f951d0bf0aa

(2417)

on February 11, 2012
at 05:55 AM

Thorny, liver tastes like liver! I WISH I could eat it. It just flips my stomach. I wonder why some of us have such a hard time with it.

Ca2c940a1947e6200883908592956680

(8574)

on February 11, 2012
at 04:26 AM

A woman after my own heart. :)

518bce04b12cd77741237e1f61075194

(11577)

on February 11, 2012
at 12:50 AM

Hey, this is what I have for breakfast all the time! Red cabbage, ground beef, little bit of liver, chiles! Nice, weird in the same manner.

Ccdf3fbcaec76e025ff94d03cc4daf9a

(536)

on February 10, 2012
at 10:04 PM

+1 for cheese and mustard. man is that good...

Ccdf3fbcaec76e025ff94d03cc4daf9a

(536)

on February 10, 2012
at 10:02 PM

wow, i need to learn how to cook liver. that looks fantastic!

E2b72f1912f777917d8ee6b7fba43c26

(2384)

on February 10, 2012
at 07:35 PM

Well, the asparagus flew out of the blender and messed up the whole kitchen..I guess I'm not a good cook either :) .. But what's so bad about liver?

B0fe7b5a9a197cd293978150cbd9055f

(8938)

on February 10, 2012
at 07:20 PM

If you didn't say that was liver I'd say that looks terrific. I wish I was a good cook :)

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11
90c2bfe21424da87d37500ed528fbc77

on February 10, 2012
at 11:06 PM

I was wrapping blueberries and strawberries in roast beef slices last night...

Ca2c940a1947e6200883908592956680

(8574)

on February 11, 2012
at 04:26 AM

A woman after my own heart. :)

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E2b72f1912f777917d8ee6b7fba43c26

(2384)

on February 10, 2012
at 06:59 PM

Haha, really sounds like this is going to be another great "food porn" thread :D ..let's go

Pork liver and pureed asparagus was the only thing left in the fridge and turned out to be really delicious:

what-are-your-super-weird-meals?

Well, not sure if it's really weird, but I've never seen anybody puree asparagus, so at least it was weird for me :)

E2b72f1912f777917d8ee6b7fba43c26

(2384)

on February 10, 2012
at 07:35 PM

Well, the asparagus flew out of the blender and messed up the whole kitchen..I guess I'm not a good cook either :) .. But what's so bad about liver?

B0fe7b5a9a197cd293978150cbd9055f

(8938)

on February 10, 2012
at 07:20 PM

If you didn't say that was liver I'd say that looks terrific. I wish I was a good cook :)

Ccdf3fbcaec76e025ff94d03cc4daf9a

(536)

on February 10, 2012
at 10:02 PM

wow, i need to learn how to cook liver. that looks fantastic!

D5d982a898721d3392c85f951d0bf0aa

(2417)

on February 11, 2012
at 05:55 AM

Thorny, liver tastes like liver! I WISH I could eat it. It just flips my stomach. I wonder why some of us have such a hard time with it.

76c885d7d27e6c83542ea493ca866dcd

(2178)

on February 15, 2012
at 06:24 PM

why's the asparagus orange??

E2b72f1912f777917d8ee6b7fba43c26

(2384)

on February 16, 2012
at 10:19 AM

I added the frying fat before blending, maybe that gives it a slight brown/orange shade.

6
3846a3b61bc9051e4baebdef62e58c52

(18635)

on February 11, 2012
at 01:37 AM

Had this super weird meal as a kid. Some sort of dehydrated lab product. They basically worked really hard to take all of the usable nutrients out of it then they went and added synthetic ones back in along with a bunch of other things and a but load of sugar. I think it was called "fruity pebbles" or some such thing.

5
D8f58eba263277ec6119293137b85b02

on March 14, 2012
at 10:38 PM

I frequently make an omelet with 4 eggs, a can of sardines, frozen chopped organic spinach, garlic powder, fennel seeds and red pepper flakes. It smells wretched (especially to those not eating it) but I love it so. I top it with extra virgin olive oil and go to town on it.

A few weeks ago I came in to eat lunch with my psych teacher, and she said that the other day when I'd been absent I'd missed out on chocolate chip cookies (experiment-related, apparently). I casually mentioned that I don't eat grains or sugar anyway, and then pulled out a huge container of cold, fat-covered sardine omelet pieces. The look of confusion and shock my teacher gave me was priceless.

5
Ccdf3fbcaec76e025ff94d03cc4daf9a

on February 10, 2012
at 10:08 PM

So this might not be weird, but my coworkers made me feel weird. This was my breakfast earlier this week: I had a pile of white rice, a pile of carrot salad (shredded carrots, dried cranberries and pineapple chunks), 2 pieces of bacon, 2 boiled eggs with homemade guacamole and a side of fried plantains (in bacon fat) and decaf coffee with tablespoon of coconut oil. NOMNOMNOM. Being weird feels soooooo good.

0607529af9b78bb5b178f7ffabdc4693

(701)

on February 12, 2012
at 03:10 AM

I am so grateful to not have co-workers to scrutinize my morning eats

A4216f1b1e1f5ab3815bd91700905081

(1646)

on May 05, 2012
at 06:32 PM

Mine were looking funny at me when I started. Now that I'm losing weight and have way more energy all day, they're starting to ask questions about how it works.

C0c839648b31512515daaffe8e4e9ad1

(468)

on August 01, 2012
at 01:34 AM

Yes, soooooo good.

5
6120c989fd5b69f42a0834b69b87955b

(24553)

on February 10, 2012
at 08:51 PM

I'll wrap pretty much anything up in nori, avert your eyes if you are a sushi purist.

Last night the combo was pickled herring, smooshed avocado, mustard and a little wasabi.

Other grab-n-go rolls I've made:

Just Kerrygold butter

cold potato chunks, salt and butter

sauerkraut

aged cheddar cheese and mustard

cilantro and kippers

lunch meat of any variety

egg salad, tuna salad

Ccdf3fbcaec76e025ff94d03cc4daf9a

(536)

on February 10, 2012
at 10:04 PM

+1 for cheese and mustard. man is that good...

A97b68379a576dfa764a4828304d2efb

(4181)

on May 05, 2012
at 03:29 PM

I've just stumbled upon this myself and have made some bizarre combinations. It basically becomes "whatever is cooked or edible in raw form, wrapped in seaweed." I had some leftover ribeye sliced up with marinated cucumbers, avocado, and pine nuts the other day - very yum.

4
75b3b900d09e555fc57b74ca24f7a76a

on February 12, 2012
at 12:51 AM

I'm eating chunks of raw sweet onion dipped in dark raw honey right now...

Bdc6244bdbd664d2168a8e326018ffbe

(431)

on February 12, 2012
at 09:24 AM

I can't even compete, I bow down.

4b8ce2e8143119b39e00d5705b76cfa6

(40)

on February 12, 2012
at 08:02 PM

What about garlic cloves dipped in honey? Very good but don't attempt on an empty stomach, even a glass of water before hand will protect you.

C0c839648b31512515daaffe8e4e9ad1

(468)

on August 01, 2012
at 01:37 AM

I dipped my banana in dark honey the other day. It wasn't so tasty. Maybe too much sugar, I'm not much of a sugar eater.

4
7841848bd0c27c64353c583fb7971242

(7275)

on February 11, 2012
at 03:16 AM

The other morning for breakfast I sauteed ground beef, banana, onions, garlic, and kale, seasoned with turmeric and cinnamon. It turned out really tasty.

Lately for dinner I've been making what I affectionately call "iodine stew". I just boil a few anchovies, tamari, shrimp, eggs, and dulse. It's also really tasty to me.

Dabdb4e771b72dff14709b0258b207a7

(201)

on February 11, 2012
at 07:03 AM

I make pretty much the same thing (banana one) but with hot sauce!

3
9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on February 11, 2012
at 06:36 AM

When I dated a certain other blogger, he said that one of the worst meals I made was salmon roe mixed with plain raw milk yogurt. LOL, I always thought it was delicious. Another favorite of mine is seasnax seaweed spread with duck rilettes and liver pate. NOT a meal to eat with friends since it is super messy.

Dabdb4e771b72dff14709b0258b207a7

(201)

on February 11, 2012
at 07:05 AM

Duck riettes are the best, I will have to try that. They are really good spread on sliced green apples.... also weird I guess.

3
489497642ad41d4b45db4d07dbe54353

(978)

on February 10, 2012
at 11:22 PM

I just finished a grass fed steak that I cooked lightly in lots of butter with a couple of anchovies in it. After the steak was done, I drizzled the butter into a beatten egg yolk.

So, rare steak with anchovy hollandaise sauce. Would have been really good with asparagus, but I didn't have any.

D5d982a898721d3392c85f951d0bf0aa

(2417)

on February 11, 2012
at 05:57 AM

Now, that is classic! YUM!

3
033ceff8e23d4abf2ff122e223d7a123

on February 10, 2012
at 07:13 PM

I guess this isn't super weird but kind of a throw everything together conglomeration that turned out awesome! Pan fried some chorizo sausage with onions, peppers, mushrooms. Popped it in the oven on broil with some spicy cheese on top. Made some zucchini latkes in bacon fat until nice and crispy. Threw them on top of the previous mix and put it bake in the oven. Fried 2 eggs over easy & put them on top. Delish.

A quick go to when running out the door is a few boiled eggs with a nice scoop of butter, salt & pepper. Warmed & mashed up. (add crispy broken up bacon for extra yum!)

3
Ef9f83cb4e1826261a44c173f733789e

on February 10, 2012
at 07:09 PM

This is what I came up with that allows me to eat liver.

Equal parts liver and bacon
Chopped onions
Some butter
Salt and pepper

Cook in a skillet until the liver is just cooked through.

So what's weird? In the end I add a handful of coconut flakes to sop up the grease. mmmmmm...

2
C0c839648b31512515daaffe8e4e9ad1

on August 01, 2012
at 01:41 AM

Today I had for lunch at work: Ground beef and ground turkey mixed with vegetables and olive oil and avacado. One time my manager at work said he thought I was eating cereal!

I also tried for the first time (and I would recommend if you are a banana person) coconut flakes with some raw chocolate powder mixed in, and dipped my banana in that and ate it. Sooo good!

2
1da74185531d6d4c7182fb9ee417f97f

on March 15, 2012
at 04:35 AM

I started making a weird paleo baby food for my kid when he was 6 months old and I would end up eating half of it. I still make it a lot. It's chicken livers and ground beef saut??ed with garlic, ghee, sea salt, and kale. Then I blend it up in the food processor with some sweet potato or roasted winter squash, a little cracked pepper, some egg yolks and butter. It's like a weiRd ultra nutrient dense p??t?? but it tastes really good. My kid loves it. Sometimes I use some marinara sauce instead of the squash/potato. Y Son is 15 months old and still seems to like it.

Ca2c940a1947e6200883908592956680

(8574)

on March 15, 2012
at 12:48 PM

Actually that sounds delicious!

2
543a65b3004bf5a51974fbdd60d666bb

(4493)

on February 11, 2012
at 06:15 AM

coconut milk yoghurt and baby octopus

Febcfb45a6bec019a69101cfa8104d30

(463)

on February 11, 2012
at 06:28 AM

Yeah, that's pretty weird. How'd you prepare it?

543a65b3004bf5a51974fbdd60d666bb

(4493)

on February 11, 2012
at 06:51 AM

its fast food for me. go to the local deli, buy tub of the yoghurt & cooked octopus, put octopus in yoghurt, eat. sounds weird, tastes great. (goes well with 'normal' yoghurt as well)

543a65b3004bf5a51974fbdd60d666bb

(4493)

on February 11, 2012
at 06:56 AM

its fast food for me. go to the local deli, buy cooked octopus and tub of yoghurt, put octopus in yoghurt, eat. sounds weird, tastes great. (goes well with 'normal' yoghurt as well)

2
75b3b900d09e555fc57b74ca24f7a76a

on February 11, 2012
at 03:03 AM

I've been making a dip for celery out of warm bacon grease and nutritional yeast. I put in enough nutritional yeast to make it somewhat scoopable, but it's still runny. Don't knock it 'till you try it! I can go through two celery hearts with that.

2
88a3d907cfbe4cb0a23fd5da36161f9b

(614)

on February 10, 2012
at 07:16 PM

The "we're going out of town, let's throw all the meat and vegetables we have in the crockpot" meal is always weird and wonderful.

The people I work with think my breakfasts are bizarre. I come in with a tupperware filled with pulled pork and eat it at 8:00 in the morning.

2
246ebf68e35743f62e5e187891b9cba0

(21420)

on February 10, 2012
at 06:54 PM

I get a lot of lean ground beef in my co-op packages, so I tend to throw 1lbs of beef into a pan, cook it with two handfuls of different veggies, and call it a day.

I had leftover bacon fat in my pan from breakfast today. Browned onions, garlic, and a pound of beef in it. Added some chopped kale, some chopped parsley, and some curry powder as well as a few other spices.

Ate the whole damn thing. 1200 calories worth.

Normally if I'm in a hurry, a tablespoon of coconut fat gives me my morning calories if I know I'm gonna miss breakfast and I dont want to IF.

1
197651282ddd8d675b974ee811d2269e

on December 02, 2012
at 08:41 PM

I make green smoothies in my Vitamix with spinach, kale, chard, or collards and a little bit of fruit, ice and water. Blend it all up. My kids grew up with it and still love it. But their friends always think it looks gross. Lately, I'm really into lemons, limes, and herbs so my new smoothies consist of berries, basil and/ or mint, and lemon or lime juice. Sometimes I add a handful of spinach or some green apple.

1
Bee4e0fda817da9857443bd40f552a75

on December 02, 2012
at 06:42 PM

Lamb liver covered in dark chocolate

1
2006ccb2b60f9cc5ba5e8eff8a7abc46

on March 14, 2012
at 10:15 PM

right now i am eating cottage cheese, raw liver, milk thistle seed flour, carrots and sunflower greens........hmm...

2006ccb2b60f9cc5ba5e8eff8a7abc46

(1533)

on March 15, 2012
at 02:22 AM

haha after i posted this was the first time paleohacks asked me to verify that i am indeed human........

Ef32d6cc543a74319464e2100e5a9ffd

(1205)

on December 02, 2012
at 10:33 PM

Where do you get milk thistle seed flour and what is it like?

1
22fcea5ec4415ff2238c663324aca40f

(556)

on February 12, 2012
at 12:11 AM

Sardines with scrambled eggs. Not the best tasting thing I've eaten, but it's what I had and I was in a rush.

4b8ce2e8143119b39e00d5705b76cfa6

(40)

on February 12, 2012
at 08:00 PM

Anchovies with scrambled eggs and two handfuls of veggies. Started out as an omlete but apparently I suck at egg origami. Delicious! Now scrambled eggs seem bland and unexciting without the hairy little fish.

1
93ae9f2d376e5426e891a9b58d8302fa

(2936)

on February 12, 2012
at 12:09 AM

A couple nights ago I had tripas, the bovine equivalent of chitlins. Could only eat half of the two pound bag I bought, just wasn't turning out right in the frying pan, so I threw the rest into the slow cooker and tried it again yesterday morning. Not good. Lotta tallow. Looks like 80% tallow, lousy value even at two dollars/pound.

This is one of those things the Latinos and Latinas know how to cook with lotsa salsta and stuff, but here I'm trying to be a carnivore purist, doesn't work out too good.

How do you get rid of that barnyard smell, anyway? ;)

No, that's not a retraction-type smilely. I seriously did eat cow intestines with a barnyard smell.

Do I win anything?

1f91fa5584b27c2c7fc0cf1f97a386c5

(182)

on August 01, 2012
at 06:55 AM

You can get the funk smell out usually by marinating it in cream or some other fat. The smell is from a whole bunch of fat soluble compounds that can be leeched out into other fats.

1
Dabdb4e771b72dff14709b0258b207a7

on February 11, 2012
at 07:07 AM

I often eat just a large hunk of leftover rare hanger steak with blueberries for lunch. Not so weird for paleo peeps but my coworkers think I'm gross.

1
Febcfb45a6bec019a69101cfa8104d30

(463)

on February 11, 2012
at 05:36 AM

For dinner I've made hamburgers with a gravy made from pureed kidney, liver, red wine, cream, and butter. Delicious, but one serving (half a cup of organs in the gravy and 1/2 lb of hamburger) is almost 2,400 calories.

For an afternoon supplement sometimes I'll make a smoothie with half a package of lightly steamed kale, a cup of tea, fruit, coconut oil, ice, some nuts and sometimes some raw eggs. Not terribly tasty, but not bad, and an easy way to get tons of nutrition.

Both of these I eat primarily because they are some of the most nutrient-dense recipes I've managed to come up with.

0
089dd41b18fbb95ebb5347cded708d98

(5635)

on December 02, 2012
at 07:21 PM

i've been using bacon as a lever for tuna. i'll make like 4 pieces of bacon, get a can of tuna with olive oil, and put some mustard in there. i'll just dip my bacon in the tuna and be in heaven. it's so good.

0
C0d63e15a4e21b29c49d0380d87894b3

on August 01, 2012
at 04:04 PM

I suppose it's not so much the food combinations for me, but the sheer quantity! I get a TON of comments everytime someone watches me eat. As a ~120lb 5'5" female, no one expects me to be able to eat 20oz of steak, or a plate full of bacon on a fairly regular basis. I was just in Europe for a week and stumbled upon an "all you can eat mussel fest" - I probably ate about 250 mussels and definitely beat the "big guys" when I we t back for more while they were holding their guts! Paleo for the win :)

0
4363f7bc3b05b158415f2917b14b0221

on August 01, 2012
at 03:59 PM

I put guacamole on pretty much EVERYTHING :)

0
1f91fa5584b27c2c7fc0cf1f97a386c5

on August 01, 2012
at 06:47 AM

Dark chocolate and sardines.

0
96f9196d670ced8b2b2a247af0f1df9e

on August 01, 2012
at 05:58 AM

my lunch at work consists of chicken breast, salsa, avocado, peppers, onions, hot sauce...not weird but amazing

0
A97b68379a576dfa764a4828304d2efb

(4181)

on May 05, 2012
at 03:44 PM

I tried making "health bombs" for breakfast once. I mixed in mashed sardines and anchovies into some ground grassfed beef with a ton of garlic....then wrapped said mixture around a hard-boiled egg and fried it in coconut oil. My plan was to eat these for breakfast. I am not a big breakfast person to begin with, so eating a giant dinosaur egg first thing when I woke up wasn't as good of a plan as I thought. And the taste disappointed, even though I love all the ingredients individually.

My inspiration for doing this was trying to make a healthier Scotch egg (I can't find trustworthy sausage). Oh Scotch eggs... so delicious.

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(40)

on March 15, 2012
at 04:13 AM

Roast turkey and brussels sprouts with pesto...that was lunch today :)

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on March 15, 2012
at 02:51 AM

Cauliflower and salsa.

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(4620)

on March 14, 2012
at 11:39 PM

Sometimes I spread butter on a banana.

Other times I wrap hard-boiled egg yolks in kelp.

Slices of cheese covered with macadamia nut butter.

One time I mixed heavy cream with coconut water and made a meal out of it. Not recommended.

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(431)

on February 12, 2012
at 09:23 AM

Tahini mixed with toasted coconut. Raw carrots with coconut oil and salt. Sometimes I get tired of trying to provide protein/fat for myself and just desperately mash cooked or raw egg yolks into everything, leading to things like pumpkin seeds with olive oil and egg yolk. Pretty good, actually.

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(16131)

on February 12, 2012
at 12:38 AM

I like to wrap crap in nori. Mostly scrambled eggs. I also add lots of chipotles in adobo.

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on February 11, 2012
at 07:06 AM

sometimes my "dessert" at the end of a day will be a little protein/nutrient/probiotic bomb. partially lightly cooked/partially raw ground beef with basic seasoning (tastes way better to me than wholly cooked or wholly raw), a package of natto, some cabbage kimchi, nori, ginger powder, egg yolk, and heck maybe some cottage cheese or coconut milk kefir for good measure.

no smoochies with the wife on those nights

Febcfb45a6bec019a69101cfa8104d30

(463)

on February 11, 2012
at 03:14 PM

Wow. I admit that recipe sound crazy, but I also kind of want to try it. With all those flavors combined, what's the final taste like?

A2fe5bbd09c7804fd321e9e9a9f9d199

(1614)

on February 13, 2012
at 07:15 PM

heh, I guess it completely depends if the taste buds can enjoy a certain mix of umami and more pungent layers. And slimy textures along with crunchiness. It's a real treat to me but the stench alone puts off most people.

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(12682)

on February 11, 2012
at 02:35 AM

Cooked these up for breakfast a while ago:

Okinowan sweet potato and some quail eggs. Delicious.

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(20378)

on February 10, 2012
at 09:21 PM

Egg yolks atraight.

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on February 10, 2012
at 07:40 PM

I'm eating whole Mackerel Pike (Pacific Saury) with steamed broccoli and curried sweet potatoes. Not too weird, but my coworkers probably think it's weird (at least smells weird).

A2fe5bbd09c7804fd321e9e9a9f9d199

(1614)

on February 11, 2012
at 07:03 AM

heh, reminds me yesterday I threw some raw smelts in the toaster oven at work and forgot about them. when i came back, my Philipino co worker said "I should have known it was you" as she was the first to get blamed for the exotic cooking stench emanating from the kitchen. then I busted out the spicy kimchi . . .

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(2485)

on February 10, 2012
at 07:31 PM

My breakfasts are on the weird side. Often it's pan roasted cabbage with some precooked seasoned ground beef tossed in. Or occasionally pan roasted cabbage with hot chiles and chicken liver, somehow chiles & liver go together really well in my world. But stir fried cabbage hash of some sort is the basis for most of my breakfasts these days.

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(11577)

on February 11, 2012
at 12:50 AM

Hey, this is what I have for breakfast all the time! Red cabbage, ground beef, little bit of liver, chiles! Nice, weird in the same manner.

35ba1f50dad25c85ac1aa2599fe5c5cb

(2485)

on February 12, 2012
at 12:51 AM

My favorite combo right now is seasoned beef cooked with onions and currants mixed with my cabbage... I don't know why, but it's sweet roasty and savory all at once. Nom!

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