This is Barbo Gold’s main dish for Seder. She’s been making this Low Carb Brisket Recipe since Aunt Sadie taught her over 60 years ago!
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CarbSmart staffer Marcy Guyer, who keeps kosher, points out that because this recipe contains dairy it cannot be eaten at a meat meal–like brisket. To make this recipe pareve (neutral), substitute margarine for the butter, and make coconut sour cream.
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