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    When you just don't have any meat on hand, or you don't have time to thaw any, what do you eat?


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  • #2
    Whoever is the closest. There must be meat.

    But, if I am in a hurry I will eat greek yogurt with berries or about 6oz of cheese to stave off hunger until I can get meat.
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    • #3
      I feel no need or desire to have meat at every meal. Grok and Grokina sure didn't. I always make sure there is meat on hand for dinner. But assuming that I ran out, particularly now that summer has arrived, I would have salad. (I typically do not have salad for lunch.) It probably would have some cheese or beans (yeah, yeah, I know).
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      • #4
        If I don't have any meat thawed out or fresh in the refrigerator then I'll go with canned fish or homemade jerky. I don't feel like I've eaten unless I've had meat with a meal.
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        • #5
          Cheeeese! Or fish.
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          • #6
            Eggs. Eggs and veggies. Eggs and cheese. Veggies sauteed in butter or CO. An entire bowl of guacamole. Any combination of those things make a great meal.
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            • #7
              Make a primal pizza half grated gouda, half grated cauliflower, eggs, some flax meal and some coconot meal. Salsa as sauce, chopped vegetables as topping!

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              • #8
                Raw chèvre is my go-to. Add a few almonds, a glass of coconut water, and a piece of extra dark chocolate.
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                • #9
                  Almonds, or hard boiled eggs. if I have time to cook I may make a fritatta.
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                  • #10
                    Eggs, tuna, avocado, cottage cheese, berries & coconut milk, Rivvin's bread, more eggs, bacon, mixed nuts.
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                    • #11
                      Cheese, esp cottage cheese.
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                      • #12
                        I live with vegetarians and I don't cook them fake/boxed vegetarian *food* . . . they get salad, stir fry, roasted veggies, various soups (southwest zucchini and squash is a favorite at chez Brahnamin), there are tons of meals that can be made with winter squash as the centerpiece, oven roasted sweet potatoes with caramelized onions and slivered almonds on top (with a liberal dose of butter, of course), spinach fritatas, seared mushrooms and onions in coconut oil (I could eat a plate of that by itself), grilled veggies, grilled eggplant with diced fire roasted tomatoes and fire roasted red peppers - for those who just aren't getting enough nightshades in their diet. The list is endless.

                        Not foods I'd recommend without meat on a daily basis, but for a one night stall - it's okay to be a part time vegetarian.

                        Just be sure to take that roast out of the freezer while you're cooking this stuff up so you don't have to do this again tomorrow.

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                        • #13
                          We've always got tinned fish and meat in the cupboard so that's an option. Eggs are quick and easy and there's always coconut oil or dark chocolate. Avocado and sweet potato is quite nice together and quite filling.
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                          • #14
                            subbing for ideas!

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                            • #15
                              Nuts, nut butter, fish (tuna, sardines, salmon, tilapia, and other cheapies), eggs, more nuts. I'm trying to get more veggies into my diet, but it's easier said than done...

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