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    Primal Fuel
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    make sure you get their beef as it is the only one they flat out say is "grass-fed". I put it in my smoothie this morning, no flavor- no smell, but I gotta figure out how to get it to be dissolved in the smoothie, I had little soft granules in the bottom, not bad but would have been better if they had dissolved and thickened my smoothie.
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    What about sodium??
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    Wow, that is a lot of protein. Might be worth a try.

    Yes, the steak should be good.

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    In the beef gelatin....1T is 25 calories, there are 64T in one 16oz container. 20mg of sodium and 6g of protein.

    In the bone broth, it is about 200 calories, 10g of fat, 39mg of sodium, 444mg of potassium, and 22g of protein for 1C.
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    Karin, I found this recipe for the almond meal the results from making the almond milk, I may have to give it a try, with slight variations.Almond Pulp Crackers | Vegan Almond Pulp Cracker Recipe | Elana's Pantry
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    Quote Originally Posted by demuralist View Post
    In the beef gelatin....1T is 25 calories, there are 64T in one 16oz container. 20mg of sodium and 6g of protein.

    In the bone broth, it is about 200 calories, 10g of fat, 39mg of sodium, 444mg of potassium, and 22g of protein for 1C.
    these are some impressive stats!! note to self, note to self!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by demuralist View Post
    Karin, I found this recipe for the almond meal the results from making the almond milk, I may have to give it a try, with slight variations.Almond Pulp Crackers | Vegan Almond Pulp Cracker Recipe | Elana's Pantry
    well, give it a go. The worse you will find is it just did not work out. Not something I would do as i can not do nuts but if you can get more bang for your buck.. go for it.
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    Hey, you can do coconut right? Q & A : Food Allergies and Coconut Milk - Healthy Living How To

    Although I have seen where you should soak the coconut if it is dehydrated.

    Anyway then she uses the pulp...Coconut Flax One Minute Muffin
    Recipe by Healthy Living How To

    Prep Time: 3 Minutes
    Cook Time: 1 Minute
    Total Time: Less than 5 Minutes

    Ingredients

    1/4 c. Coconut Meat (leftover from making Coconut Milk)
    2 Tbsp. Bob's Red Mill Flaxseed Meal
    Pinch Celtic Sea Salt
    1/2 tsp. Rumford Baking Powder (Aluminum-Free, Gluten-Free)
    1/2 Tbsp. Organic Unsalted Butter
    1 Large Organic Egg

    Cooking Directions

    1. Melt butter in a 4 1/2 inch ramekin.
    2. Whisk egg and then slowly drizzle in the melted butter.
    3. To the egg and butter add coconut meat, flaxseed meal and salt. Mix well with a spoon.
    4. Sprinkle with baking powder and mix one more time.
    5. Spoon into ramekin and microwave for one minute.
    6. Admire your manicure while waiting (our microwave is broken and you have to hold the door shut for it to work).
    7. Remove from microwave with dish towel and invert on a cooling rack.
    8. Split in half and toast! Slather with butter or make a sandwich or a burger, whatever the heck you want!
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    I will keep this in mind. I am unsure about flax though lately, I have read some not great things. Of course, you can read the pro's and con's on any subject
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    The gelatin needs to disolve - usually in warm water. It would work well in warm broth but expect it to thicken like jello and then like jigglers (concentrated jello) as it cools depending on how much you put in the broth. For a smoothy, start with like 1/2c hot water and let it set for 1-2 minutes and stir before adding it. Hope this helps.

    Oh and congrats on your new low - this is one of the few places where such a statement is a good thing!

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