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Perfect Cup of Keto Coffee

Perfect Cup of Keto Coffee

Keto coffee is quite a bit healthier than your average breakfast, and it has the calories to match. Commonly used in intermittent fasting, keto butter coffee gives plenty of energy and a great satiated feeling throughout the morning fasting hours. Now, I want to explain this further. Drinking this coffee will break your fast from the night time, but it will ramp up your metabolism with caffeine and fats. This is to help you get through the fasting process in the 10+ hours ...

Low Carb Crispy Fried Chicken

Low Carb Crispy Fried Chicken

Remember those Cheddar and Bacon BBQ Meatballs that I made the other day? Well, I had leftover pork rinds from crushing them up - so I decided that I would make some fried chicken with it. Surprisingly (well, I had my suspicions anyway) it turned out really awesome! It's a great breading for fried chicken, it holds together and sticks, and tastes fantastic. My one quip about this, is to make sure that you don't use a food processor to crush up the pork rinds. I used a rolling pin to ...

Catalina Style Dressing

Catalina Style Dressing

I love being able to whip up a keto salad dressing from scratch with my emulsion blender! Even if I don't have my homemade ketchup on hand for this recipe, it only takes a few minutes more to make it first. Keeping my fermented ketchup or mayo (which last quite a while) on hand really makes this a cinch! They are the base for most of my salad dressings. The Catalina is one of our favorites. It has a tangy sweet taste that is both subtle and rich. It goes well with just about any kind of salad ...

Keto-Approved Ranch Dressing

Keto-Approved Ranch Dressing

Ranch dressing. It's a staple found in almost any home. Not only is it a favorite for salads, it can't be beat as a veggie dip or for serving alongside hot wings. And what better ranch dressing than a homemade keto salad dressing? Super simple to make and the flavor can't be beat, especially if you have this homemade mayo to start with! makes 1 ½ cups The Preparation 1 cup mayonnaise ½ cup sour cream ¼ cup heavy whipping cream 2 tablespoons  dried parsley ½ teaspoon dried ...

Basics to Curing Bacon

Basics to Curing Bacon

Written by kjudd on Reddit. He has given me permission to post this here. Right, so I've read the easiest thing to try when dipping your feet into charcuterie was bacon. Let's just say that affordable bacon here is, well…crap. I’m talking about main supermarket branded stuff here, none of the higher quality artisan bacon. I underlined affordable because, I, like most of you eat this stuff a lot. So, I figured if I can make a higher quality bacon at home for a similar price, why not? ...

Should I Count Calories on a Ketogenic Diet?

Should I Count Calories on a Ketogenic Diet?

Calorie counting is a great tool for people to use to get a rough idea of caloric intakes, as well as a way to pinpoint mistakes they might have made if they hit a plateau. You might have been told that counting calories is not needed on a ketogenic diet because it causes more weight loss than other diets. That’s not exactly true. Would you be burning more calories than a low-fat diet? Most likely, but that’s because of your protein intake. What about high carb vs. low carb? The truth is, ...

The Best Low Carb Vegetables for Keto

The Best Low Carb Vegetables for Keto

Vegetables are an essential part of a healthy low-carb diet, but sometimes we’re stuck with decisions we might regret later. Some vegetables are high in sugar and don’t cut it nutritionally – so we need to weed them out. Make sure to be careful when eating vegetables as their carb counts do add up quickly. Below you'll find a quick visual guide on the best (and worst) low-carb vegetables for keto. Keep scrolling down to see a complete list of the most commonly consumed vegetables. At the ...

Toasted Garlic Cauliflower Wrap

Toasted Garlic Cauliflower Wrap

I recently started to get annoyed with the amount of carbs that are in wraps. I just don't want to be stuffing an extra 8-12 carbs in my diet when it can be avoided, so I started experimenting. Through some horrible failures, I found a good recipe over at EmpoweredSustenance. She found that using more egg in the mixture would allow it to hold together better when baking it. Bingo! Throw some spices and herbs in there, some gyro meat, and tzatziki sauce - and you have yourself a ...

Mythbusting: Training On a Keto Diet

Mythbusting: Training On a Keto Diet

There’s a number of myths, misconceptions, and misinformation floating around that are confusing a lot of people about the ketogenic diet. They're proposing ideas like "carbs are absolutely necessary to build muscle" and "The ketogenic diet hurts exercise performance" that take a small finding and exaggerate its meaning. With all of the conflicting information about these topics, it is easy to become discouraged and think that you can't get the health benefits of keto without losing muscle ...

5 Steps to Transition into a Keto Diet

5 Steps to Transition into a Keto Diet

At first, adapting to the keto diet can be difficult. Just like with any major dietary change, it will take time to adjust to this new way of eating. Fortunately, with the right information and strategies, you can learn how to transition to keto and make the daunting task of achieving your ideal body into a simple step by step process. Throughout this post, we will go over strategies, tips, and info that will help you turn keto into your new way of life. 1. Transition into Keto By ...