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Tonedbody 10-08-2011 04:16 AM

It's Saturday, Whatcha eatin?
 
B: Tuna in olive oil, 2 eggs, and fresh salsa
L: ????
D: Steak and guacamole

I feel so good with these paleo meals! It really is a simple and delicious way of eating :love:

Dottie 10-08-2011 06:54 AM

Morning!
B: coffee w/almond milk
D: pan fried tilapia in ghee; cole slaw; maybe sauteed zucchini
S: I have some very thin sliced sirloin steaks, may do those with mexican spices, bell peppers and onions
Snacks: chicken liver pate on celery w/mustard; an apple

Dottie 10-15-2011 05:41 AM

What's on your Saturday menu?
 
B: Coffee w/almond milk
D: sauteed radish hash (chopped radishes, onions, maybe bacon, topped w/2-3 fried eggs)
S: small ribeye and sliced cucumbers

Tonedbody 10-15-2011 05:42 AM

B: Tuna in olive oil, lemon juice, onion, capers, olives, tomatoes, and green onion salad
L: Grilled chicken and cucumber salad
D: Maybe grilled pork and cucumber salald

Tonedbody 10-15-2011 05:45 AM

Ha!

I missed this

B: Tuna in olive oil, lemon juice, tomatoes, green onion, white onion, olive, and capers salad
L: Grilled Chicken and cucumber salad
D: Maybe grilled pork and cucumber salad

That radish hash sounds good. I haven't been eating much bacon lately.

Dottie 10-15-2011 05:47 AM

we were posting at the same time so I stuck them together lol:)

Dottie 10-15-2011 05:48 AM

For the radishes, if you chop them however big you want and then boil them for 2-3 minutes, drain then saute they have a much better texture than if you just saute them from the raw state.

Tonedbody 10-16-2011 05:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dottie (Post 15089797)
For the radishes, if you chop them however big you want and then boil them for 2-3 minutes, drain then saute they have a much better texture than if you just saute them from the raw state.

Thanks! I will have to pick some up. I haven't had a radish in years. I don't usually eat them unless they are raw on a salad and even then it is only a sliver or two

Dottie 10-16-2011 05:57 PM

I use them as a potato substitute a lot:) They're very good except when you get that one really bitter, sharp, hot one in the bunch lol. It's a good idea to take a sliver off each and taste it before you add them to a recipe!


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