Here is my regular:
Serving for one
Need small skillet and small sauce pan, 1 sl. bacon, veggies, onion of some kind, 1 egg, and meat or bone broth.
Heat in small saucepan:
1 - 1 1/2 c. Meat or bone stock, (I buy scrap fat and meat from the butcher for 99 cents per pound and make my stock from that.)
Add ca. 3/4 c. low starch veg (see '72 Induction list). I like to use frozen veggies as they are easy. Sometimes I use cabbage, as it costs less than frozen vegs.
When very hot, add one beaten egg and stir. Turn down fire to low. It's important not to overcook the egg. Can leave out egg, if wished.
Cook together in small skillet:
1 T. chopped chives or green onions (I use those because I grow them. Any onion will do, even dried.) Can use less or more, as wished.
1 sl. bacon, (can rinse off salt first), cut in small pieces, cook slightly, not crispy
Mix together; I pour the broth and veggies from the saucepan into the skillet and mix, so that I get everything out of the skillet.
I eat this quite often.
Hope it's of use to you. It can be varied ad infinitum.
Today's weight-losing thought:
Macronutrient ratios mediate weight via hormones. Hormones drive fat storage. Kurt Harris, M. D.
Last edited by SilverLife; 09-15-2010 at 10:17 AM.
Reason: corrected error