Posts by richard

Weak associations that we agree with are still weak associations

For decades we’ve been plagued with dietary regulations based upon studies that found weak associations generated from food frequency questionnaires....

Rillettes de Porc avec Graisse d’oie

When we were in Sydney recently we visited a french charcuterie where they were selling a pork product called Rillettes which...

Pulled beef – 6 ways

At Ketofest this year I showed 6 different ways of cooking pulled beef. You might have already seen the recipe...

The effect of insulin therapy on the inhibition of atherosclerosis in the alloxan-diabetic rabbit.

DUFF GL, BRECHIN DJ, FINKELSTEIN The effect of insulin therapy on the inhibition of atherosclerosis in the alloxan-diabetic rabbit. J...

Deep fried Brussel sprouts

Deep fried Brussel sprouts may be the simplest side dish to go with my protein, it’s certainly the easiest –...

Keto Coleslaw

Normally Coleslaw is made from raw Cabbage, Carrots, and Mayonnaise.  And if you get Coleslaw from a certain intentional chain...

Crustless Quiche

Quiche is a great way to eat Ham and Eggs, but usually the crust contains carbs … but you can make a...

Char kway teow

Char kway teow, literally “stir-fried ricecake strips”, is a popular noodle dish in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia. It is made...

63 Degree egg with Baconized ham

This is like Bacon and Eggs, kicked up a notch …  BAM! The trick is to set the whites before...

Bag tempered chocolate

I wrote a post a year ago on my blog about how to make low-carb chocolate, http://easylocarb.com/make-lo-carb-chocolate/   This involved complex...