Andrew Brock wrote:Option 1:-tacos with black beans, lime/cilantro rice, fajita veggies, and guac
Option 2: Teriyaki bowls-rice, lentil, sweet potato, broccoli, and carrots
Option 3: Bean Burgers with avocado, greens, and fresh sauerkraut
Kombucha is always excellent pairing
I am interested in veggie fats that can be realistically raised on a homestead in zone 5-7.
Thomas Griffin wrote:
I am interested in veggie fats that can be realistically raised on a homestead in zone 5-7. Any ideas?
Rob Griffin wrote:I don't know guys, I am not feeling full yet....To work hard and long I need protein and fat...just ask Josh the Ant how much energy you feel when you are fat deprived...What do you have that will keep me sustained and working hard. I think that was part of my problem of not feeling full strength at the Lab as I was not getting enough calories. And two beers a night only carries you so far....
Deb Rebel wrote:I have issues with forcing my body into ketosis without it just sort of randomly attacking whatever is handy.
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