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    Any suggestions for cheap and fast primal breakfasts with high fat content? Oh, and it can include eggs because I'm highly allergic to them.


    I love bacon but the only bacon I can get is soaked in preservatives. How often would you recommend eating such thing?


    Dairy is fine for me.


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    A can of coconut milk is a nice primal breakfast. You could whizz it in the blender with some ice and some 100% cocoa powder. I have it sometimes and it's delicious.

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      throw some raw eggs in there...

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        Tuna, avocado and salsa on romaine lettuce is nice. With a spoonful of coconut oil for dessert.

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          Ugh, for some reason I can't stomach raw eggs at all.

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            I love coconut milk in cooking but eating it raw doesn't really work for me.


            "Tuna, avocado and salsa on romaine lettuce is nice. With a spoonful of coconut oil for dessert."


            Interesting combo though I don't really like tuna. And avocados are actually fairly expensive at least where I live.

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              Uhmmm... Steak and veggie breakfast works for me. Stinks up the kitchen, but tasty!

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                It's very easy to make your own bacon if you can't find good none-chemical crap, I made my first batch a few weeks ago and it is simply amazing. I am fortunate to have a high quality butcher within walking distance who has Otway Ranges pasture feed free range pork (the Otway ranges are in Victoria Australia, so don't look for it in the US)


                - grab 3kgs (~7 pounds) of quality pork belly

                - cut into 1kg chunks

                - mix up 1/2 cup rock salt and 1/2 cup brown sugar, you can add in spices here also, I did a rosemary one, a chili one and a plain one, they are all delicious, I am prepping more tomorrow and will try some more flavor combos.

                - rub the salt/sugar mix into the pork belly getting as much on as you can

                - place the pork belly into a zip lock bag and put it in the fridge to cure for 7 days

                - every 2 days turn the bags over, you will notice large amounts of brine liquid in the bag, don't discard this solution

                - on the 7th day take it out of the fridge and give it a good wash under the tap

                - put the bacon back into the fridge on a plate uncovered for 24 hours

                - now it's smoking time, I am lucky to have a brother who is a welder & sheety, he modified an old beer keg I had lying about into a smoker, you can also smoke on a bbq with chips in a smoke tin or in aluminium foil (google it), just make certain the smoke cooks the bacon, not direct heat. I smoked mine with red gum chips, but you can use apple wood, or any good flavored wood. It took about 6 hours for my bacon to reach 150 degrees fahrenheit inside, let it cool down and slowly fry it up for delicious tasty bacon goodness.


                If anyone is interested I will take some pictures of the preparation of my next batch so you can see how I do it, its super easy and the results are amazing.

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                  i am way interested in photos of home-batching bacon.

                  bring it.

                  ps my fav breakfast is simply a 2 egg omelette with cooked spinach, and some goat cheese (if you're into cheese), maybe if i need more food a side of whatever leftover meat is around (steak? corned beef? sausage?). yumz.

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                    i made a fry up with pulled pork, spinach, capsicums, mushrooms, tomatoes, avocado (put on top after cooking). it was very delicious!

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                      3 eggs, some chicken or turkey breast, some olive oil in the pan and some in the eggs I've pre-beaten for the scramble, some herbs from my garden (dillantro!). Scramble up and toss it down!

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                        i think when he wrote "it can include eggs because im highly allergic to them" i have a feeling it was "cant" and a typo. that sentence makes absolutely no sense to me otherwise.

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