Search Results

Search results 1-20 of 206.

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site, you are agreeing to our Cookie Policy.

Welcome to our Australian Low Carb Forums. Join us for free support, information and recipes to help you with your low carb diet. We're a friendly bunch so please register and join in the fray, but most of all have fun! If you like us please share and spread the love!

  • I haven't seen lupine flour in the shops, do you order it online? What sort of fillings do you put in the tortillas? And how well do they keep? Looks really good, thanks.

  • These look great, I will give them a few try.

  • That's a big batch. Do they keep well? I have started adding parmesan to recipes that call for cheese. I like the "cheesy" flavour too.

  • I just found out that rutabaga is what we call "swede" in Australia.

  • Gearloose

    Big bill - - Introduce Yourself

    Post

    Hi Gearloose, I eat a lot of non-starchy vegetables and stay in ketosis. The thing is that once you are in ketosis, they taste a lot better and are more satisfying. Even half a kilo of Brussels sprouts, neat, is one of my favourite meals. I went cold turkey on all carbs this time around. Processed sugar is the most important to cut out due to its negative hormonal and metabolic effects. You are doing really well and I would love to see your recipes. Do you have cheat meals or days occasionally?

  • The IGA near where I work in the city has low-carb bread. It looks really good. Only problem is that it has wheat. I need low-carb gluten-free bread. It's great that low-carb seems to be fairly mainstream now, not so good that people don't seem to be joining this forum to find out more.

  • Low Carb Price Specials

    Big bill - - Low Carb Living

    Post

    Aldi has boneless pork leg meat for $7.50 a kilo (as of yesterday). I have to remember to buy another couple and freeze them. They aren't huge, only about 1.5 kilos I think.

  • newbie

    Big bill - - Introduce Yourself

    Post

    Welcome JanAnV, Psyllium husk pancakes with sugar free maple syrup are a good breakfast option, especially if you need a bit of extra fibre. There is a whole section for breakfast ideas: apinchofhealth.com/forum/index.php/Board/105-Breakfast/ When Sherrie drops by I have no doubt that she will give you a better steer in the right direction than I can.

  • I'm on board

    Big bill - - Introduce Yourself

    Post

    I did the Carbohydrate Addicts Diet many years ago. It was a variation on the One-Meal-A-Day diet. But not keto. Still, I found it easy to follow and I lost about 20 kg in 5 months. I'm interested to hear how OMAD goes when combined with a strict keto approach.

  • Hello to all

    Big bill - - Introduce Yourself

    Post

    Hi Cliff, it sounds like low carb could have multiple benefits for you.

  • Low Carb Price Specials

    Big bill - - Low Carb Living

    Post

    100g blocks of Lindt at IGA for $3.29. Okay, not a huge discount, but I grabbed a couple of blocks of 90% dark.

  • Iowa!

    Big bill - - Introduce Yourself

    Post

    There's oodles of information here mommycarlson.

  • Rissoles

    Big bill - - Meat Recipes

    Post

    Ha ha, a couple of cloves should do it then. Thanks for the recipe.

  • Rissoles

    Big bill - - Meat Recipes

    Post

    These sound really good... but that's a lot of garlic (1 onion garlic to 600g chicken). I must try making them this weekend.

  • I made this, I wasn't a huge fan though. I think I ended up having it with sugar-free maple syrup. Then it was good.

  • Low Carb Meals on a Budget

    Big bill - - Low Carb Recipes

    Post

    Thanks Sherrie. I made a frittata last week when omy wife was looking for something simple and savoury to take to a morning tea at her church. I grabbed a couple of cookbooks and the recipe kind of jumped out at me. I used a 20 cm ovenproof frypan. The recipe in the cookbook was for twice this many ingredients in a 30 cm frypan. I would suggest playing around with the ingredients list according to what meat and vegetables you like and what is fresh and reasonably priced. Ingredients: 6 eggs Fett…

  • Quote from kezzah62: “Quote from Sherrie: “@kezzah62 how did you go? ” Made it with the juice and rind of a lime and it was so yum!! Three people wanted the recipe. Going to have to make it again and keep it for myself. ” I'm going to try that next time I make it!

  • Quote: “So changing our diet to include low-calorie sweeteners, such as sucralose and aspartame, should be a good way to get all the sweet taste without any of the guilt. Instead, the new study suggests that eating these sweeteners could do the opposite and increase the chance of us accumulating fat in our bodies, in a “dose-dependent” fashion. In other words, the more artificial sweetener you consume, the more fat your body creates and stores.” More at the link: Artificial sweeteners may make y…

  • Keto diet: Most common myths busted A very pro-Keto article. Might be worth keeping a copy of this to show to any naysayers you encounter Quote: “ A well-formulated ketogenic diet including a range of vegetables, proteins and fats from a variety of sources and the inclusion of some nuts and seeds has been shown time and time again to meet all nutritional requirements. Most recently an article assessing the nutrient intake of a low carb high fat (LCHF) diet was published in the British Medical Jo…

  • I would give my kids a moderate amount of artificially sweetened food as an occasional thing. It is obviously a huge grey area. Real maple syrup doesn't last long in our house, and when it runs out my kids just use my sugar-free maple-flavoured syrup, which they like. I try to tell them not to, but they figure if it's good enough for Daddy.... When I make pancakes, for example, I make two batches - one batch with flour for the rest of the family and one batch with psyllium husks for myself. The …