How many ways can one article get things wrong?! Newsweek’s overwhelmingly wrong-headed article “Can You Lose Weight on a Ketogenic Diet?” by Joseph Frankel is clearly going for a record.
I stole this Caesar Salad with Olives and Pine Nuts idea from Truffles, a terrific restaurant here in Bloomington. Do use good quality olives—I used half green, half black, packed in olive oil, from our superb local gourmet grocery Sahara Mart. A great Fat Fast salad.
Bottled Caesar dressing is so often harsh, but this is rich and mellow. In the Caesar Dressing Fat Fast Recipe from Fat Fast Cookbook 2, I used two anchovies because I only like a hint of them, but my husband, an anchovy fiend, said he’d love it with another anchovy or two.
What if you’d like your cole slaw with a little extra crunch? A great low-carb ingredient that will take any cole slaw recipe from good to great is almonds – either slivered almonds or sliced almonds.
If you love Starbucks Sous Vide Egg Bites: Bacon & Gruyere, you’re going to love Dana Carpender’s amazing low-carb and gluten-free version which is healthier and less expensive to make. Low-Carb dieters will love these velvety smooth Bacon and Gruyere Sous Vide Egg Bites which only have 2g carbs per serving—7g less per serving than Starbucks! Take them anywhere and everywhere!
Dana Carpender’s Low-Carb Irish Coffee recipe. Irish Coffee is the all-purpose Low-Carb Gluten-Free dessert because it combines dessert, coffee, and after-dinner drinks.
Morning Mocha Fat Fast Recipe from Fat Fast Cookbook 2. Great on a hot summer morning. Feel free to microwave it in the winter for a hot beverage, too. Either way, it’ll get you out of the house fast.
This Buffalo Chicken Soup recipe from the Fat Fast Cookbook 2 is devastating. I’ve analyzed this as 10 servings, but unless you live alone, you won’t get that much. The family will eat it all, while you’re sticking to your Fat Fast portions—which should be about 1½ cups each.
Dana’s Low-Carb Gluten-Free No-Sugar Ketchup Redux. My most-published recipe has been my ketchup, appearing in most of my cookbooks. But since the last time I published it, I discovered I like it better made with tomato sauce than with tomato paste – it’s less likely to separate. So here you go! Feel free to double this if you’re going to use it as an ingredient in a barbecue sauce or meat loaf or something.
Low-Carb Gluten-Free Pumpkin seeds are a little lower in fat and higher in carbohydrate than peanuts, but they’re inexpensive, loaded with minerals, and incredibly yummy. Pumpkin seeds are a great alternative for people with nut allergies.