Kris Kresser: Bone broth is a traditional and nutritious addition to your meal plan
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Kris Kresser: Bone broth is a traditional and nutritious addition to your meal plan

  The Bountiful Benefits of Bone Broth: a Comprehensive Guide on February 21, 2017 by Chris Kresser 54 comments Facebook5.9kTweetPin130Google+27 Traditional cooking uses meat bones as a base for delicious stock because it is the secret to cooking great recipes. But it’s also incredibly nutritious and has scores of health benefits. Read on to learn … Continue reading

Low-Carb Bread
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Low-Carb Bread

Joy of joys! I’ve found low-carb bread in Asda of all places… Unlike the gluten-free and vegan markets, low carb high-fat diets don’t lend themselves easily to convenience foods. Hey, that’s probably a good thing. And it’s not as if you don’t have plenty of choices when you factor in cream, cheese, eggs, nuts, meat … Continue reading

Spanish-Style Stuffed Marrow
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Spanish-Style Stuffed Marrow

We’ve had a glut of courgettes – we got so many of the blimmin’ things they turned into marrows as we couldn’t eat them fast enough. So, what to do with them? This massive whopper pictured above I turned into a Spanish-style stuffed marrow dish, adapting it slightly from a recipe I found online to … Continue reading

Low-Carb Eating in July
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Low-Carb Eating in July

Ah, July – what to eat now… As far as we can (and it’s challenging in Scotland) we like to eat seasonally, and some months are easier than others. Presently, I’m coping with a glut of courgettes (zucchini to our American friends) spring onions, tomatoes and potatoes from the garden, as well as a LOT … Continue reading