Have you tried making it in the blender? Takes me about 5 minutes. Just put in the egg and whatever spices the recipe calls for, then slowly, ever so slowly drizzle in olive oil, avacado oil, whatever you use. I made it the first time with a whisk, and yes, PITA!
Originally Posted by primaLeaf
YES. Every single time. One other person mentioned this, and I was amazed. I had no idea anyone else dealt with this phenomena. Seems so backward, right?
Originally Posted by OzK
I have actually done a lot of thinking about this. I have already deflected one weight loss comment from my dad. I talked about it not too long ago. He doesn't agree with what I'm doing, but at the time he didn't know. He just knew I was gluten free. He asked if I had lost weight. I lied and told him I didn't know. Then he said my face looked thinner. I just said, "well, that's cool."
I've heard in success stories people talking about this. How they were completely on the down low when it came to what they were doing. People would comment, and they would say "Just diet and exercise." I think this is a good route to go. For me, I am not ready to talk about primal because I am not ready to deal with the arguments, ya know? As for insecurities. . . remember this isn't a diet. Yeah, yeah, yeah, we've already heard it a thousand times on MDA. But seriously... there is no after diet plan, there are not after diet changes or "transition back into the things you took out." This is primal. A lifestyle. Once you meet your goal weight, things like potatoes might be more of an option. Maybe you'll have a nonprimal day planned here or there, but in reality, you shouldn't be thinking about adding back processed foods and sugars and grains again. There just is no point in my opinion. I have discovered that they SUCK, and I have absolutely no need for them. I hope I am making sense.
The process is simple: Free your mind, and your ass will follow.