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    Fatty beef ribs. However, now that I'm a cardiac patient, I'm not sure if I should eat them anymore. Once in a while might be OK, long as I don't over do it. OTOH, I have no qualms at all about eating grass fed beef.

    Do we think that Cro Magnon men ate raw meat, or do we think they cooked it? I vote that they barbequed, probably, since I doubt they had pots or pans.

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    Bacon and eggs sets me up for the day, especially if I also have a bowl of berries with it. Any meal involving a solid amount of ground beef too.

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    If I have eaten a ton during the day and keep wandering in and out of the kitchen, first I figure out if I am hungry or bored...If I am bored I grab some yarn work or go outside and play. If I am hungry I eat a spoonful of nut butter and that will finish my day for me. I usually end up not eating dinner when I do that and I haven't found another food that will satisfy my hunger in that manner.

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    I ate a 'salad' the other day that filled me up for about 24hrs. It involved carrots, grape tomatoes, radishes, one bell pepper, a can of tuna (packed in olive oil) and an entire avocado. I drizzled whatever random vinaigrette I had one hand on it, and threw in some raisins and pecans too. (basically it was just whatever I had left in the fridge at the end of the week). I still had to make myself eat the next day, but didn't actually feel hungry again for several days. (I might have actually gorged myself to the point of feeling ill. oops.)

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    Beef and chicken with a side of veggies is generally my most filling meal. Starchy tubers, like sweet potatoes, are filling as well.
    "Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint." - Mark Twain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Cree View Post
    Fatty beef ribs. However, now that I'm a cardiac patient, I'm not sure if I should eat them anymore. Once in a while might be OK, long as I don't over do it. OTOH, I have no qualms at all about eating grass fed beef.

    Do we think that Cro Magnon men ate raw meat, or do we think they cooked it? I vote that they barbequed, probably, since I doubt they had pots or pans.
    The Food Timeline: history notes--Mesopotamia through Shakespeare
    There's evidence of cooking dating back at least 250k years, but as this article states, could have been far longer.
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    Bacon fat- garlic ribeye, sweet potato with 4 tbsp cinnamon butter, salad (romaine, egg, cuke, tom, apple, green bell) with garlic red wine viniagrette, and grilled veggies with more garlic butter. That's usually a meal that'll take me 24-36 hrs without even thinking about food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerLily View Post
    Ground beef cooked up in a load of bacon fat with cauliflower rice and collard greens (in a hash). Stuffed. For a long time.

    ETA: And the beef is 15% fat (grass-fed), so there's all that fat, too.
    Top that with a sunny side up egg. YUM
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