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  1. #181
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    Primal meatloaf (with bacon!) - yummmm. And a big salad.
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    Went primal- 02/25/12, height: 5'6", starting weight: 143.0, current weight: 133.8

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  2. #182
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    Ground beef burgers with mushrooms, onions, flaxseed meal, and blue cheese mixed in (so not exactly primal, but within my interpretation of 80/20). Wrapped in lettuce and with sliced raw yellow squash on the side.

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    Last night it was the 2-minute coconut bread + bacon + coconut chips on the side.

    Tonight I plan on cooking up some chicken breasts in olive oil, coconut aminos, ginger, garlic, sesame seeds and crushed red pepper along with roasted eggplant on the side.
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  4. #184
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    Dinner today:

    Buttersteamed asparagus, grassfed steak and homemade garlic/spice butter.

    And yesterdays dinner:

    Burger with bacon and cheese. Ordinary ketchup though.

  5. #185
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    Suffed bell peppers. Beef and pork sausage with tomatoe and grated carrot.

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    Beef stew. Not particularly sexy but I think a very Grokian meal.

  7. #187
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    I'm making this: Spicy Pineapple chili

    It's on the stove simmering right now. Only, I used half ground beef, half liver (chopped).

  8. #188
    That looks good. I am not a huge chili fan....but I think I may have to try that.

  9. #189
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    Made the moroccan chicken stew from the PB book and didn't like it because it was very acidic and my stomach rebelled. I thought, I can't throw the whole thing out (I live alone), so I made chicken curry salad! Shredded the chicken thighs from the stew, added some olive oil mayo, apple cider vinegar, a tsp. of raw honey and curry powder. Pow! Flavour!

    Then I sauteed zucchini, eggplant and yellow peppers with butter and garlic and added in some parmesan. Delicious, melt in your mouth.

    AND I made the roasted turkey breast with herb butter (also from PB book). It's amazing!

    I can't believe after 5+ years of living alone, I am finally learning how to cook. Yay!

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    I had a lush Mediterranean style soup last nite. Excuse the blatant plug but the recipe and pics are on my blog!
    http://www.richardlongart.co.uk/

    http://www.primalish.net/


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