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Old 05-14-2010, 07:31 PM   #31
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Oh, and far as seasoning the meat, I love the Montreal Chicken seasoning and the Montreal Steak seasoning. You can find them on the spice aisle of any grocery store. I didn't check them for carb content--I just didn't worry about it. Dr. A allows the use of spices. That chicken seasoning really jazzes up a grilled breast!

FYI - most of these have sugar. Don't know how much it adds, but if '72 is zero carb (at least on induction) then I'm staying clear!
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Old 05-14-2010, 07:33 PM   #32
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Oh, I also discovered you can make meatloaf using grated parmesan (think Kraft in a can) cheese as a binder instead of bread crumbs. YUM!
I have not had a lot of success in finding carb-free, starch-free cheese that is pre-cut or shredded. However, you could get a high quality wedge of parmesan and do the meatloaf with it!
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Old 05-15-2010, 07:09 AM   #33
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Had a really easy delicious dinner last night that didn't take a whole lot of time. I used a rotisserie oven, but no reason you couldn't do this in a roasting pan or dutch oven. I had top round roast but you could use other cuts. I rubbed olive oil on the meat and then liberally applied a spice rub that I made using the following seasonings:
2 parts garlic powder
2 parts cumin
2 parts onion powder
1/2 part cayenne pepper
1 part dry mustard
1 part salt
1 part freshly ground black pepper

Flavor was excellent!
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