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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?

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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.

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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.

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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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    Not an eggwich, but I thought I'd post what has become my staple breakfast because it just tastes so damn good.


    4 egg omelet stuffed with 1 avocado and about 2 Tbsp coconut butter. Occasionally I'll fill it up with diced onion/pepper as well, but the avocado/egg/coconut butter combo is fantastic.


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    LOL Karin, no doubt. I remember in school, taking Latin class. We had a Roman banquet every year, and since the Romans ate with their hands, so did we! Fruit, eggs, chicken, pork chops, and bread to soak up the mess.


    I love the idea of Oopsie Rolls. That might be fun to try. BLT's and pizza! Ohh... hotdog rolls to go with uncured hot dogs.


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    Here's a little bit different coconut pancake recipe that I've had good luck with:


    http://primalfusion.blogspot.com/200...-pancakes.html


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    Musajen, I tried that recipe -- it worked in that the pancakes held together. I wasn't overly thrilled with them as a bread for my breakfast sandwich. I would rather just have it on a plate with a fork.


    I'll keep experminting.

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    Here is a bread recipe I've made that might fit what some are looking for as a breakfast bread. The original recipe calls for 1/3 cup canola oil, I would substitute coconut oil.


    Flax Bread


    2 cups ground flaxseed meal

    1 Tbsp baking powder

    1/4 tsp salt

    2 Tbsp honey

    5 eggs

    1/2 cup water

    1/3 cup canola oil

    Try nutmeg, basil, oregano or other spices for a change of pace.


    Mix ingredients and let stand for a couple minutes to thicken. Spread into 9x13 pan. Bake at 350F for 20-25 minutes. Cut into 12 servings.


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