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    I came back home rather late from work, kids and wife were out so ... I had 4 fried eggs in butter and 500g of ground beef also cooked in butter. I then had 2 apples, 2 kiwis, 1 large bowl of full fat sheep yogurt with 3 Tbsp of fermentable starch, vanilla powder and xylitol. And I finished a brie de Meaux that was lying around. That was the only food I had today (save for coffee and green tea).

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    Where have I been ???

    Gotta try this but think it will smash my protein macros 4 the day with 1 serving !!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryancarter1986 View Post
    Where have I been ???

    Gotta try this but think it will smash my protein macros 4 the day with 1 serving !!!!
    I love the British. Dude isn't even offended by my "Let Me Google That For You" link. Jolly well done, old man. Rubbish!

    But yeah, Meatzza is awesome times eleventy.

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    Tonight was an inadvertent IF

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    Meatza ... I thought it was crap, myself. Never again. What a waste.

    Still, an experience worth trying ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by oliviascotland View Post
    Tonight was an inadvertent IF
    My whole day was an IF. IF ONLY ...

    We had a traditional Sunday Dinner last night with some "seasoning" made with gluten-free bread. Both of us felt like crap today. I really feel wheat, hence the gluten-free bread. My Mrs knows when she's sinned, but nothing felt like this ...

    Neither of us could face anything this morning and we both skipped the gorgeous lunch I'd made. Good that it'll still be fine tomorrow.

    This evening we managed a small meal of cod and cabbage.

    Primal is a stance. Gluten-free is nowhere near primal. I should know ... every time we try to mix in a "primal-friendly" but gluten-free neolithic meal copy it ends in tears ... actually, bloating, wind, gas and burping ... and any opportunity for real food is utterly ruined.

    Ffff gluten-free. Primal wins.

    Good on you for the fast. I'm re-reading the Jaminet's 'Perfect Health Diet' at the moment and they're very keen on fasting. There's a good section on the benefits.

    ... a good primal meal. Well done. Inadvertent IS "intermittent".

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    Steak & eggs with some homemade coconut vanilla bean kefir as dessert.
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    Pan seared beets, steamed bok choy, homemade slow cooked brisket.

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    Tonight we have some leftover roast beef to finish, so I'll probably slice it thinly and serve it with a salad.

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    Had a shocker of a day today but at least it will end on a more positive note with dinner. Dinner is two salmon fillets, baked in the oven and then served on top of mashed up zucchini, cauliflower, spinach and broccoli.

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