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October 8, 2011
1:26 am
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Gnoll
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Yeah, Yorkshire Pudding is used widely around the whole of the UK as a vessel for filling with just about anything - stew, chilli, even fruit and topped with custard!

Now a sour dough loaf, hollowed, smeared with dripping and then filled with all the things a traditional Yorkshire Pudding gets filled with would work well. Good idea ... one for the growing list of cool paleo foods to try out.

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October 9, 2011
1:39 pm
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My plate of cheat/treat/fail*:

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* delete as appropriate. Much enjoyed, anyway!

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October 9, 2011
3:37 pm
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One hell of a "cheat."  Looks great.

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November 3, 2011
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Sometimes I'll eat candy after dinner instead of starch with dinner.

Some Wonka candies (Sweet-Tarts, Bottle Caps) are pure dextrose (= glucose), with no fructose at all -- and many others are at least half dextrose (= less than 1/4 fructose).  And they cost a shitload less than GU or any other nasty energy snot.

Not that I eat or drink any of that junk anyway...the last time I ate anything before or during exercise was several weeks ago on a six-hour epic ride, during which I consumed one 160-calorie roll of Sweet-Tarts.

However, with all the riding and running I do, I do need to bump up my glucose intake a bit so I don't become glycogen-depleted.  Usually it'll be starch with dinner, but sometimes it's nice to just hork down a bunch of candy.

JS

November 27, 2011
4:08 pm
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Goldfish crackers.  Good gracious, I could eat a mess of those in an instant.  And Mt. Dew.  I don't really have much of a sweet tooth, so it's hard for me to crave chocolate or any other sugary thing (minues the Dew), so most of the time I want salty and savory.

Also, J, I snorted out loud, laughing, when I read this, "but sometimes it's nice to just hork down a bunch of candy."

 

November 30, 2011
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Brynn:

There's a reason I cite goldfish crackers as an example in "Why Snack Food Is Addictive".  And yes, it's fun to eat a huge slab of prime rib, a salad, some full-fat yogurt, and a box of Bottle Caps.

JS

February 12, 2013
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Hey JS, you are right that good pate is hard to find especially if you don't want the fillers, sugar and other additives.  That's why I make my own.  It makes a great meal on the go.

 

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February 12, 2013
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Paleobird:

Great recipe!  The only thing I haven't managed to figure out yet is how to hide the coppery taste with spices...a little bit of it still pokes out in the aftertaste, despite my best efforts.

And yes, "more butter" is part of the key to making it taste good.

I still cheat with Coke occasionally, but I can't finish a whole 14oz bottle of Mexican Coke anymore, even after dinner...too much sugar.

JS

February 12, 2013
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Turmeric and garlic is a good combination.

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