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3-Ingredient Tartar Cod

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Classic Cheese Crisps

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HIDDEN CARBS: Find 'Em, Count 'Em!

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Shrimp Tacos

shrimp tacos

Serving shrimp taco filling in a cheese crisp means I can make it gluten free and induction friendly. PER SERVING – 7.2 net carbs with 573 calories. INGREDIENT LIST: Pre-cooked shrimp, onion, jalapeno, cilantro, lime, sour cream, napa cabbage, cheddar cheese

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Mockaroni and Cheese

Mockaroni and Cheese

Mockaroni and Cheese is a great low-carb, gluten-free substitute for an old favorite. If you only knew how many people have said to me “If you had told me there was tofu in it, I would not have even tasted it – but I LOVE IT!”

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Quiche TLC

Quiche is basically just a savory custard which is baked in the shape of a pie, with various added ingredients, usually (but not always) including cheese, cooked meat, and vegetables. This makes it an ideal dish in which to use up leftovers! In fact, I often make twice as much as I need for a meat-and-veggie meal, on purpose, knowing full well that the leftovers can be efficiently transformed the next night in a quiche which will seem like an entirely different meal. “Real Women” (and men) just don’t have time to reinvent the wheel every night; anytime that I can cook two meals at once, I consider myself blessed.

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Boneless Buffalo Bites

Boneless Buffalo Bites

Delicious, fast, and low-carb, my Buffalo Bites are a family favorite, and induction friendly.

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Festive Fajita Salad

Festive Fajita Salad

Festive Fajita Salad is one of my all-time favorite low-carb meals. Originally inspired when I ordered fajitas at a Chilis restaurant back in 2000 and requested a bed of lettuce in place of the tortillas.

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Picante Sauce a.k.a. Salsa - loved by everyone

Vol 1 Picante Sauce

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Gluten-free Chips and Wraps on demand, in minutes?

Cheese Crisp BLT

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Stalled?

Don’t just ride the same old wave if you are not losing weight on your low-carb diet. BUT… don’t cut yourself short, either. To determine if you actually are losing, see my checklist of common mistakes.

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Advance Food Prep Is Crucial!

Help Not Hype

Advance food preparation is the one thing that can practically ensure low-carb success. Regular, advance food preparation is the single most important thing low-carbers must do in order to succeed. It’s really not difficult, even if you don’t know how to cook, except for being time consuming. A lot like exercise, as far as that goes, but I assure you that both activities are worth your effort!

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How To Start A Low-Carb Diet - and be successful

Help Not Hype

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