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Old 02-23-2015, 07:19 PM   #21
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I love the pepperoni and parmesan chips, I don't miss crackers at all.

I've been having fun making all kinds of dips.

How do you make the pepperoni and parm chips? And dips? Recipes?
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Old 02-23-2015, 07:53 PM   #22
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Pepperoni chips, sliced pepperoni cooked in the micro till crisp 60-90 seconds.

Parmesan Crisps Recipe : Ina Garten : Food Network

Dips are anything I want to mix into cream cheese, I have a Nutribullet and it does a great job with anything I toss in. Favorite is green olives.
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Old 02-24-2015, 05:14 AM   #23
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Pepperoni chips, sliced pepperoni cooked in the micro till crisp 60-90 seconds.

Parmesan Crisps Recipe : Ina Garten : Food Network

Dips are anything I want to mix into cream cheese, I have a Nutribullet and it does a great job with anything I toss in. Favorite is green olives.
Stuffed green olives and cream cheese is a great filling for crunchy celery stalks, sprinkle a few toasted walnuts on top!

A few of them stuck together, with the filling between two pieces of celery, are a nice addition to a picnic or bag lunch.
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Old 02-24-2015, 08:24 AM   #24
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Don't know if this would be a keto-dish...I took two rutabaga, 1/2 head of cauliflower. Mashed those together with some coconut oil, made a pizza crust with some nutritional yeast. I baked that for about 20 minutes and then topped it with sundried tomatoes, spinach, moz. cheese, Gouda cheese, black olives, Italian spices, fresh basil--threw that back in the oven for 5-8 minutes. Not sure if this would be a Keto-dish or not, but the crust was really good! As were the toppings.
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Old 02-24-2015, 08:39 AM   #25
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Sounds Keto to me CWS!
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Sounds Keto to me CWS!
I should've added bacon!!!!
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Ok, I have a question for the other keto/low carb eaters. Have any of you noticed an increase in vivid, colorful dreams since eating this way? I mentioned it to my wife last week, and she says she has noticed the same thing. This has only come about in the last month or so.

Nothing nightmarish, but just kooky wild dreams that I remember even after awakening. In one such dream a few nights ago, one of my dogs and I were astronauts on the International Space Station. Last night I dreamt that a friend stopped by and dropped off a dozen rhesus monkeys for me to watch while he went out of town on vacation. Weird stuff.

The strangest thing is that for years I haven't had ANY dreams that I can recall. I'm sure I've been dreaming all along, but nothing that I've been able to remember until just recently.
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Ok, I have a question for the other keto/low carb eaters. Have any of you noticed an increase in vivid, colorful dreams since eating this way? I mentioned it to my wife last week, and she says she has noticed the same thing. This has only come about in the last month or so.

Nothing nightmarish, but just kooky wild dreams that I remember even after awakening. In one such dream a few nights ago, one of my dogs and I were astronauts on the International Space Station. Last night I dreamt that a friend stopped by and dropped off a dozen rhesus monkeys for me to watch while he went out of town on vacation. Weird stuff.

The strangest thing is that for years I haven't had ANY dreams that I can recall. I'm sure I've been dreaming all along, but nothing that I've been able to remember until just recently.
The weird dreams started for me when I used CHANTIX to stop smoking several years ago and they continue to this day.

I do notice that I sleep differently and require much less sleep when I pay attention to my carb intake. I think in the bad old days when I ate way too many carbs and heavy late night snacks I slept more like I was in a comma!
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Same here Aunt Bea, Chantix dreams continue.
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I've always been an avid dreamer, so not much of a change there for me. However, I can say that I sleep better through the night whereas before I would wake multiple times for a variety of reasons.
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