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Old 10-11-2012, 07:10 PM   #301
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Hi...

Gone all day...

Buffy is right...that bread is wonderful..

Hope I can catch up tomorrow...
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Old 10-11-2012, 07:57 PM   #302
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Howdy!
Going to pick up puppy this week-end...
We'll be driving most of the day, to get there. Then pick her up tomorrow morning & head back home.
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:41 AM   #304
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Howdy!
Going to pick up puppy this week-end...
We'll be driving most of the day, to get there. Then pick her up tomorrow morning & head back home.
Have a great day!

I wanna go.......

I was in TJ Maxx the other day and there was this nice young couple with a little boy and a girl, mother pushing the cart. Was talking to the kids and all of a sudden, I notice this adorable baby puppy in their cart on some blankets. It was soooooo cute. They had stopped by to get a bed for the puppy. Oh, he melted my heart. I have never had an indoor dog, never ever. Kind of want one.
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:44 AM   #305
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Linda Sue posted the nutritional numbers for the bread over on the onion/rye bread thread. I had hoped the carbs were a little lower but it is soo good.

Something I had yesterday though knocked me out of ketosis. My BK reading this AM was only 0.2, usually it is over 1.00. The only new things I ate were the Kefir cheese, 1 carb per label and the bread, which I made myself. I am puzzled but will carry on.
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bumping.... What thread can I get an idea of the ratios, etc.?

Former low carb success story, but fell off the wagon. Food intolerances, lots of reasons, mostly $$ that made me stop low carbing. Anyway, After losing all the weight in my profile, the last few years I've crept back up to 163.5. I've been on low carb for about 10 days now and am back to 155.5. Not too bad, but am determined to get back to my goal weight by my February birthday.
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Hi Deb!

Speaking only for myself, I have found that at my age (54) I am willing to have 30% body fat and I am 5'3-3/4" (measured today at my bone scan!) so I am eating to a specific number of grams for protein - 54. I eat very low carb (under 30 but rarely near 30) and the rest is fat until I am full.

So depending on your age, your height, which I see is 5'2", and the amount of body fat you are eating toward, you set the number of grams of protein and work around that.

In my short experience percentages don't matter.

Congrats on already getting to 155.5!
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Buffy I saw on the NK thread where your meter probably had an incorrect reading and you are still in ketosis - so woo hoo!

Because I'm not going to stop eating Barbo's onion/rye bread!

Debby safe travels to get your new fur baby! How exciting!

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Old 10-12-2012, 10:57 AM   #309
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Buffy I saw on the NK thread where your meter probably had an incorrect reading and you are still in ketosis - so woo hoo!

Because I'm not going to stop eating Barbo's onion/rye bread!

Debby safe travels to get your new fur baby! How exciting!
I know, I was soooo relieved!!!
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Going to have a new puppy in the house. Fun for Debby! If I had my way I would love to have more dogs. Glad hubby gives me the eagle eye when I start that conversation.

Here we go with another Friday. Seems like they are flying by way too fast. Have a great weekend ladies.
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:04 AM   #311
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Going to have a new puppy in the house. Fun for Debby! If I had my way I would love to have more dogs. Glad hubby gives me the eagle eye when I start that conversation.

Here we go with another Friday. Seems like they are flying by way too fast. Have a great weekend ladies.
Soooo true, times goes wayyyy too fast anymore.
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Thanks Judy! I just saw the "sticky" on the EFGT thread, so I'll read that, too.

I'm 51 and will be 52 in February, so I see that many of us are experienced ladies and I know that creates a whole new set dynamics when it comes to weight loss and maintenance.

I think my pizza and dessert blowout right before I started low carbing again contributed to a better weight loss the first few days. Of course, I could have gained 5 lbs. from that day only, LOL!
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Deb, I would like to invite you to join some of us on this NK thread, Red there can help you with your ratios.

http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/ot...r-version.html
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Old 10-12-2012, 02:08 PM   #314
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Hi there...

Still at 153..I think some of it is water, though.. Making a roast for tonight...Just a pot roast in my motherinlaw's electric skillet. Cauliflower mashed taters and coleslaw..Pumpkin bake for dessert..Ds is coming for dinner, so dh will be happy with more food..LOL.

Will check on that thread, Buffy...

Rainy day here, but we need it badly..
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Ok, please, either Buffy or Judy, which exact recipe for the onion bread are you using. That thread has kind of convoluted into ?????? I made the almond bread at the beginning of the thread. It was good but not good enough that I felt a great need to make it again. But I would like to have a little bread type something JIC I would want toast with eggs or a sandwich once in a while. And since you both are raving about it, I think I need to try that one.
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Yes, Sandy, you do..Me...I made the original recipe in my 8 1/2 x 4 loaf pan. I cut it
in half (the regular way you cut bread), then I held each half upright and cut off 4 slices on each half. That makes each piece about 4 x 4..I love caraway seeds and next time I will add a few more.
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Old 10-12-2012, 03:59 PM   #317
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Here you go Sandy. If you read through the whole thread, it is going to be included in one of the upcoming LC with Friends CB's. It's that good.

http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...uten-free.html
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Old 10-12-2012, 04:02 PM   #318
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I made it just as the recipe stated, so as to know what it was like with out tweaking. But, I am thinking sunflower seeds in it would be good too.

Carolyn, your dinner sounds so good. Talking about your MIL's electric skillet, I used my old one the night I had DD's over for fish and DD#3, said, "so, you just cook it in that thing there", . Don't they still sell Electric skillets? Oh, my DD's, sometimes they amaze me, they always say that I taught them to get an education and learn how to make a living, not to keep house. I guess I just thought it would rub off
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Sandy, I made the bread in my muffin top pans, but it really stuck to them, so bought some new cooking spray today and will try one in that next time, if it still sticks, guess I will line it with parchment paper. These are my "non-stick" muffin top pans . I might make 2 bathes though, and try one in a bread pan, that would work better for regular sandwiches. You won't be sorry, promise
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I love my motherinlaw's electric skillet..She bought the whole set of stainless steel cookware years ago...(The man came around and cooked stuff for you)..It was about
$200 for the electric skillet...Holy smokes..So, it works really well..LOL
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I remember those pans, didn't ever get any but remember when it was popular
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Saladmaster!!!!!! At Amazon you can get the skillet for $150...so maybe that was the price..
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Sandy I'm sure this is the recipe Buffy linked, but here it is anyway.
I did not vary from this, but I see it does have a lot of calories. It really really tastes like regular rye bread.
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Onion/Rye Bread (Barbo)
Spray an 8x4 with release agent. I use a non-stick pan - preheat to 350°
Cook's Notes:
Have all ingredients measured out and by your side.
Place in food processor in order given

2 1/3 c. unblanched almond flour (this makes brown bread)
1/4 tsp. salt
1 tbs. caraway seeds
1 heaping tsp. organic onion powder
Process this for about 30 seconds
Add:
1/4 c. water
1/4 c. peanut oil
Process for about one minute. You will have thick batter
Add:
3 extra large eggs
1 tbs. dark molasses
Process well, let batter emulsify. Give it some time,
you will be able to see it become a thicker batter.
You may want to stop machine and use spatula to
come up from bottom and stir a bit. Then proceed.
Add:
3/4 tsp. baking soda
1 tbs plus 1/4 tsp. WHITE VINEGAR.
Process for about 60 seconds.

Pour into your prepared pan and bake 35 to 40 minutes at 350°.
Cool on rack. When COLD turn it out and cut it in half.
Stand it up and cut each half into 5 slices. You will have
10 total slices. Refrigerate and enjoy.

1/10th Loaf: 231 Calories; 20g Fat; 8g Protein; 7g Carbohydrate; 3g Dietary Fiber; 4g Net Carbs
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Nommie...

PS..I used regular almond flour and it was fine..Didn't have the unblanched.
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Yes Carolyn, so they are still in business I guess? Went to several Saladmaster parties.
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Tonight I cooked a huge pork shoulder in sauerkraut in the slow cooker. It has a huge section of skin and fat that really is good when it is cooked in sauerkraut. Maybe it is ethnic, but it is really tasty this way and very low carb. This is probably going to last me more than a week..

but I'll have it with a really lovely salad. Lots of goodies in there.
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Tonight I cooked a huge pork shoulder in sauerkraut in the slow cooker. It has a huge section of skin and fat that really is good when it is cooked in sauerkraut. Maybe it is ethnic, but it is really tasty this way and very low carb. This is probably going to last me more than a week..

but I'll have it with a really lovely salad. Lots of goodies in there.
Yum, we are all coming to your house
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You made our dinners & lunches for days!!
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Tonight I cooked a huge pork shoulder in sauerkraut in the slow cooker. It has a huge section of skin and fat that really is good when it is cooked in sauerkraut. Maybe it is ethnic, but it is really tasty this way and very low carb. This is probably going to last me more than a week..

but I'll have it with a really lovely salad. Lots of goodies in there.
I made a pork shoulder last night. Shredded it while I picked at the crisped skin. OMG! Made pulled pork sandwiches for dinner last night and making pork enchiladas verde tomorrow. Neither LC but I do like pork shoulder!!! And I do love sauerkraut but the BF, not so much.
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I think pork shoulder is really flavorful.. Beef turned out fine..have some left over for tomorrow night..Taught ds to make deviled eggs as he is going to a party tomorrow night.
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