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    You might try eating the yolk alone - or the whites alone. I've read some people are more sensitive to one than the other. Nothing wrong with separating out and giving the part you can't eat to the dog. Or the neighbors dog if you don't have your own. I find I have less tummy troubles if I don't eat the white. So, my dog gets the white on his evening meal.
    I find I can eat unlimited yolks, while eating only one white a day will give me inflammation and pain. I don't have a dog and my cats won't eat them, even salted and with butter. Considering some of the things they do eat, I now classify egg whites lower on the "eatbility" scale than things like plastic bags and used cat vomit. I throw them out if I don't happen to have a recipe I need them for.

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    All the more reason to just buy duck eggs instead. One duck egg yolk is about the equivalent of three normal yolks, with hardly any more white. A dozen duck eggs only costs around 30% more than chicken eggs, a little math shows you - duck eggs pay off. BIG time!


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    I've never seen duck eggs for sale anywhere. I'll keep an eye open.

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    I guess they wouldn't be everywhere. Have to ask or look very closely! They don't exactly stand out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jenn26point2 View Post
    2 eggs, 3 slices bacon
    salmon filet, shrimp sauted in clarified KG with steamed cabbage and carrots
    2 servings almonds - to fight the sugar cravings
    burgers and sweet potato on plan for dinner.
    Jenn, what kind of Bacon are you using? I know it can't have sugar or preservatives. I put my Neiman Ranch in the freezer because I didnt think I could eat it.

    Also, how do you clarify the KG? How does it taste? I was thinking of looking for clarified at Whole Foods.
    Thanks!

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    Toni, you're doing great! Another day down.

    I know there are other protein sources out there. I do eat fish, lamb, pork and chicken. It's just so easy to grab a bunless burger in restaurants.

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    I use Farmland Uncured. It's not technically approved bc there is some turbinado sugar in it, but the grams of sugar per serving is zero so I go with it. The only 'approved' bacon is Wellness Meats.
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    To clarify kg, google how to make ghee. I heat it on low til the white solids float to the top. I scrape those off and discard it and reheat. More white will float up, which can be scraped off, but some will turn brown on the bottom of the pan. At thia point, I run it through cheese cloth twice to ensure there is no remaining whire material.

    It tastes EXACTLY like kg. Its delicious.
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    Jenn, I tried the coconut oil in coffee. Not gonna fly. I can't tolerate a sweet taste in coffee. Giving it up wouldn't be the worst thing. I may try just the yolks. I have a dozen organic eggs in the fridge. When I first got tested and discovered the food sensitivities, I just went vegan for nine years to avoid it all. That was back in 1989. Now I love steak!

    I used to be morbidly obese. I'm sure my gut leaked all over the place.

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    Wow... I should have read that before submitting. Sorry about the spelling errors. Using the new app, which does not allow for editing, that I have found.
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