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    When making skinless-boneless (tasteless if not for marinade) chicken tonight I trimmed the rib meat and fat off the breast like I always do when I realized, why am I doing this. So I ground it up and spiced it up as sausage. SO.... I'm thinking that egg mcPrimals would make a really good breakfast tomorrow.


    Egg sausage cheese(maybe) and...... what? I'm not sure what to do. My attempt at coconut pancakes didn't work, what else? Make it in omelet form? wrapped in lettuce? got a good idea?

    It's grandma, but you can call me sir.

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    Freakin' awesome idea!


    Hmm... as for a biscuit, almond flour might work. I made a decent bread out of it using the "pizza crust" recipe from SonOfGrok.

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      unless it is the allure of eating it with your hands like a sandwich, i'd stack it all up on a plate and eat it witha fork and knife: sausage patty, cheese, runny egg, repeat as many layers as are necessary.


      another thing you could add instead of the bun are latkes/potato pancakes. traditionally made with white potatoes, i now enjoy them with sweet potatoes. incredibly good with egg yolk running all over them. i add in lots of green onions. if you need a recipe i'll post for you.

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        yeah it is the sandwich form that I am after. I sign of weakness no doubt.

        It's grandma, but you can call me sir.

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          Mmmm... latkes...


          I kinda miss the sandwich setup sometimes too. It's sort of that comfort food thing. If this works I would love to know.

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            hmm. well if you made the latkes the right size i think they could work. just make sure you eat over a plate!

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              Yeah, has anyone else noticed Primal foods tend to be a little bit more messy? Or is it just me that's messy? LOL

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                Diana, I'm with you. Definitely messier.

                Eating lots but still hungry? Eat more fat. Mid-day sluggishness? Eat more fat. Feeling depressed or irritable? Eat more fat. People think you've developed an eating disorder? Eat more fat... in front of them.

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                  Diana: You should see Ethiopian food. They do away with silverware and use bread instead. Must be tough for them to do the Primal thing, lol.

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                    Dollface talked about making Oopsie Rolls on her blog with a link to the recipe . . . seems that link isn't working so I found another site with the recipe . . .


                    http://livinlavidalocarb.blogspot.com/2008/03/cleochatras-amazing-low-carb-oopsie.html


                    http://primaljourney.blogspot.com/2009/05/first-attempt-at-oopsie-rolls.html


                    I haven't tried them myself but they look good.

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                      Musajen- Oopsies dont work well without the yolks (body cant do yolks)... Poo. I wish they did b/c that would be awesome!


                      Mr grandma- Why did your coconut pancakes not work?

                      Life on Earth may be punishing, but it includes an annual free trip around the sun!

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                        No time for baking this morning -- I just made a thin omelet and rolled it up like a burrito, wrapped it in a napkin and left the house.. I'll have to try those oopsie rolls next time.


                        TT the pancakes came out like scrambled eggs -- they didn't hold together so that I could flip them.

                        It's grandma, but you can call me sir.

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                          grandma: i posted a recipe here for coconut almond pancakes that turn out [i think] quite well. and they taste delicious with egg and bacon.

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                            BTW the chicken scrap sausage was great - dash of fennel, sage, crushed red pepper, S&P. Sorry I don't have quantities, I just threw it together. I can never reproduce the good recipes that I just threw together, so I will have to enjoy it while it lasts.


                            I'm going to get some coconut flour and see if I can create a little more structure to my pancakes.

                            It's grandma, but you can call me sir.

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                              Not just Ethiopian - I call that stuff "Rubber Bread" - but Mexicans and tortillas serve the same function.


                              I have some "low carb" tortillas for those moments when....


                              At least one can pick them up like a sandwich.

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