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« on: August 22, 2014, 07:41:48 AM »
It was really easy too. Brown the meat, transfer to crock pot. Chop veggies, transfer to crock pot. Add spices to crock pot. Add beef stock to crock pot. Let it go low and slow. Put cauliflower in food processor. Pulse until rice-like in size. Mix in spices. Put in fry pan. Add other ingredients. Cook until enough moisture evaporates to your liking. Stir every now and then. I had knee surgery in the morning (general anesthesia, etc.), and made the meat before bed, so that it was ready the next day. I made the rice in the late morning, and I had soup and "rice" for lunch. It was too easy.
Thanks!! If you saw my earlier post I have been eating that oxtail soup all week.
Sorry to hear that!
So, I blew out my knee about a month ago at a jiu jitsu tournament - torn ACL and torn meniscus. MRI confirmed it, and my orthopedic surgeon gave me a few options. I went for door number two and had the meniscus cleaned up with the option of getting the ACL replaced (cadaver ligament) at a future date. I didn't want to be laid up for the whole summer, and be unable to train JJ for a year. While he was in there he cleaned up some bone spurs and confirmed my ACL is 100% torn. I'm looking at 4 weeks until I'm at 85% recovered with the last 15% coming some weeks thereafter. I'll have to wear a hinged brace when I train, but no more competitions for me until I get the ACL fixed. I'm doing my PT religiously, icing like crazy, and taking Norcos only as needed.
« on: August 16, 2014, 04:47:28 PM »
I don't mean to sound snarky with this, but are you suggesting eating <1,000 calories per day? Did I miss something?
To get all your nutritional needs from paleo, you will need to get exposure to summer sunlight and eat 8-12 ounces of full fat meat, cooked between rare and medium rare, per day plus some leafy greens. The sunlight provides vitamin D; the leafy greens provide vitamin C and calcium, along with some alkali for pH balancing; the meat provides everything else, including omega 3 fats, protein, minerals and all other vitamins.
If any? Can anyone give me any suggestions as most of from Whey...
« on: August 04, 2014, 03:56:53 PM »
You needn't change it based on my word, but Robb Wolf has added some slow cardio, potatoes, and rice back to his lifestyle.
I helped make it, any input would be greatly appreciated.
This is an article by someone I respect a great deal.