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    I love dipping my toast in egg yolk

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    One thing I've missed since going primal is dipping my toast in the yolk of a fried egg. Yesterday I made bread out of coconut flour. Guess what I had for breakfast this morning.

    I used a 4.5" x 8.5" loaf pan. The bread doesn't raise much so I ended up with a loaf about 1.5" high. Figure on about 16 slices per loaf.

    3/4 cup coconut flour
    1 tablespoon baking powder
    6 eggs
    3/4 cup of butter.

    Add the baking soda to the coconut flour and mix together. (While you are doing this melt the butter in a sauce pan.)
    add the 6 eggs and butter. Mix until ingredients are well blended without lumps.

    This produced a rather dry mixture. Place in a greased loaf pan.

    Bake in oven at 350 F. for about 40 minutes.

    Once it has cooled a bit remove from pan and then hide it on your family members.

    I haven't done all the nutrition calculations but an average slice is as follows:

    calories 56
    Carbs 4.71 g.
    Sodium 100 mg

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    any pictures? Interested in trying this.
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    That was one of my great loves as well. I've learned to just enjoy the yolk without bread, but I will try this. Thanks!
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    Sorry, but I didn't think of using my camera.

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    You just need to fall in love with dipping bacon in egg yolks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bane View Post
    you just need to fall in love with dipping bacon in egg yolks.
    +1 or lean beef strips!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MalPaz View Post
    +1 or lean beef strips!
    Or sauteed veggies
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    I missed toast soldiers too. I like to make coco flour biscuits in a muffin top pan. I find it holds up better than when I made bread. Super portable and tasty plain or with butter. They freeze well and can be popped in the toaster for a just baked taste.



    These are based on Bruce Fife's coco flour drop biscuits made without honey and with garlic powder and some shredded sharp cheddar added.

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    i missed that at first too, but i figured why should dry bland toast get all the action? my steak has been missing out for too long on the creamy goodness of egg yolks, i do the same thing with hamburger pattys, had that for breakfast today three hamburger pattys and four fried eggs with a bas. and worst comes to worst i'm never ashamed to lick egg yolk off my plate be it in public or my house.

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    I use this carrot walnut bread recipe for my runny yolk soppin'
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/carrot-walnut-bread/

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