Kale, not very fun to eat, but there’s a reason why nutrition exists.
Low-carb noodles, kale, ground turkey, salt, basil, red pepper, salt
Chicken, cucumber, carrrot, oregano, yellow onion, broccoli, red pepper, cinnamon, cajun seasoning, salad supreme seasoning
Chicken, spinach, carrot, broccoli, chestnut, green pepper, yellow pepper, flax seed, creole, basil, boston bay seasoning, almond milk
This is one of my most successful food experiments. I will be eating this again.
Sausage, spaghetti sauce, bok choy
I will admit that this is not one of my most successful creations. It is, however, a salvageable concept, and I may re-visit it.
Shrimp, bacon, broccoli, carrot, mushroom, oregano, red pepper
The latest in a chain of low-carbohydrate experiments.
Take a leap into excitement and put multiple things that are green together!
Beef, cauliflower, broccoli, carrot, chestnut, oregano
What is curry powder like? Look this item up in the dictionary next to “miracle in your mouth”!
Today’s cliché lesson of the day: Everything is better with bacon.
Shrimp, bacon, celery, broccoli, asparagus, spinach, basil, sea salt, red pepper.
A few months back I embarked on a quest for finding unfamiliar foods for the purpose of reducing carbohydrate intake. The mission was aborted when I decreased my body mass index from 28.7 to 25.7. However, it doesn’t mean I can’t pursue more low-carbohydrate foods.
So, any reduced-carbohydrate diet people here? I took on this diet, and it is really fun (though difficult at times). Figuring out what kinds of foods are good. I have discovered turkey bacon is good, and chopped broccoli = rice! What kind of foods did you discover you liked when you tried a reduced-carbohydrate diet?