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Celebrating one month of ketogenic success (one day late)! [pics inside, but probably not what you're thinking]
So, I didn't take any "before" pictures, partly because I just jumped in without really prepping and partly because I don't want to remember myself this way. I don't want to take any "after" pictures either, considering I'm not done, I'm in progress.
That said, I wanted to celebrate my success with my family and so I made a special dinner. I got some smallish ribeyes and grilled them with some veggies in foil pouches and a salmon fillet for my wife (also in a pouch). It came out awesomely! Plus, I didn't celebrate by reading anything from my old WOE!!
One 7-5/8 ounce (216g) ribeye, 1/2 a summer squash, 1/2 a zucchini, 2 ounces (57g) of crimini mushrooms. 580 calories, 6 net grams of carbs for the meal.submitted by /u/anchises868 to r/keto
So I’ve been really craving just something crunchy like potato chips, but I have cut those out of my diet, really all starches or fried food like that. My question is what is the nutritional benefits or disadvantages to store bought veggie chips like beet chips from say a Whole Foods. Like they are basically just the dehydrated beets or squash. Are these a healthy alternative to potato chips? I don’t think they are fried at all, the ingredients listing just says beets, oil, salt. Obviously I’m not gonna be sitting down and eating like a whole box of these but maybe like a handful every now and then. These aren’t gonna have the same effect nutritionally as a bag of lays right? They seem pretty clean. Just wondering if anyone has any more info for me on this subject. Like is there any nutritional value in these chips or are they just empty calories and non beneficial. Appreciate it guys.submitted by /u/Afrost32 to r/nutrition
So pipián Is a Sort of squash common in Latin America, more specifically central America, and I'd like to know if it's keto friendly, my fitness pal says it has 0 carbs but I'd like to be sure, because other types of squashes appear to have up to 10 carbs per cup, and it's kinda hard to believe that just the type of squash changes the nutritional values so drastically
Thank you!submitted by /u/Lemon_Jews to r/keto
I'm going to have plenty of squash blossoms soon and want to make fried squash blossoms. Since I'm getting the oil out, does anyone have any suggestions on a fried item to go with the blossoms?
I was thinking pakora, but that will overwhelm the squashiness. Some kind of savory beignets would work, but I'm looking for something early summer-y.
Maybe like some kind of pea mash friiter?submitted by /u/cbfreder to r/Cooking
I'll be over in hong kong for 2-3 weeks in June. Anyone know what the squash scene there is like? I'm looking to temporarily join a club around hong kong park.submitted by /u/half_coda to r/squash
At what point did foods of new world origin such as maize, potatoes, tomatoes and squash become thoroughly integrated into European cuisines and cease to be foreign foodstuffs?
I'm Welsh, and it's difficult for me to imagine British or Irish food without potatoes, it's similarly difficult to imagine Italian cuisine without tomato sauces and polenta or French cuisine without cassoulet. Obviously no new world crops came over until the very end of the 15th century, but from then, how long did it take until these crops were a part of our culture, as they are today?submitted by /u/ycoggyd to r/AskHistorians
Can anyone answer a quick question for me? My Crookneck squash has been producing nothing but male flowers for about 3 weeks now. A bunch of flowers actually, but none are female. The plant itself is huge and appears healthy. Do you think it’ll ever produce females?submitted by /u/-High_Anxiety- to r/gardening
Hey Squash Community
This past week I watched some of the matches from Allam British Open 2018 on FB live and it’s quite entertaining. I noticed they displayed stats (longest rally, distanced traveled, heat maps, heart rate, etc), similar to what Baseball or Football does.
What are peoples thoughts that would make the viewing of squash even more interactive or engaging on the screen?/u/tylerspacemonkey to r/squash