Category Archives for "Recipes"

Oct 07

The Truth About the Ketogenic Diet

Keto , Nutrition

By Anthony William, the Medical Medium (no, not one of our affiliate programs). If you’ve looked into the trendy diets of today, you’ve probably come across at least one diet that focuses on getting enough protein and minimizing carbohydrates. The truth is that there are many high protein and low carbohydrate diets that have been […]

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Sep 27

Strawberry Jam — Low Carb

Recipes

Sure, bread is a starch and high in carbs, but do we need more carbs in a jam? Besides, what makes toast with jam bad for us (in weight loss circles) is the butter. Yes, butter is healthy, but the moment you mix carbs with fats, the fats run off to get stored. Here’s the […]

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Sep 27

Mixing Erythritol and Stevia

Keto , Recipes

Over ten years ago we learned: When you mix erythritol with stevia, they cancel out each other’s aftertaste. The only time you will notice it is if you drink water (maybe other things too) right after eating something with this mixture in it. Otherwise, and we’ve been told this by nearly everyone who has tried […]

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Sep 05

Chicken & Green Bean Hotdish

Keto , Recipes

I’m going to have to write an article on the history of hotdishes, especially since we’re a Minnesota company/charity. I mean, we can’t let Garrison Keillor have all the fun, don’tcha know? When I found this recipe, it wasn’t quite what I had wanted because it was too liquidy and not easily made because you […]

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Chocolate
Jul 01

Chocolate — Low Carb

Keto

In another posting we told readers how sweeteners (water soluble) do not dissolve in chocolate (an oil base). But by accident, we’ve discovered a method of “holding” the sweetener in the chocolate. Yes, some will drop out to the bottom of the pan, but enough remains in the chocolate to sweeten it. The only difference […]

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Hot Mocha Coffee
May 11

Another Keto Mocha

Keto

Another mocha. We’re still testing it to see if it hardens in the fridge, but like most good mocha additions, it’s best to warm them before adding them to your coffee anyway. And there are a few options.

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