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post #21 of 24

We eat eggs for breakfast.  Pretty much daily.  It was great when we had our laying hens.

 

And you can make all manner of egg things and freeze them!  Quiche, frittata, even homemade egg McMuffins if someone were so inclined!

 

We're not sorry about our food allergies.  We eat at a level of healthy that most people can't really wrap their head around.  When people tell me they eat healthy, I'm usually smiling and sad on the inside because I know that 99% of the time, they really just have no idea what "healthy eating" is.

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We're not sorry about our food allergies.  We eat at a level of healthy that most people can't really wrap their head around.  When people tell me they eat healthy, I'm usually smiling and sad on the inside because I know that 99% of the time, they really just have no idea what "healthy eating" is.


Yeah, I'm really liking the direction our diet is going. We got our coconut flour today and made blueberry muffins. The kids loved them. I'm a little concerned about the amount of agave syrup. I think I'll try substituting honey, but even so, I think it's a lot of sweetener. I also got my coconut flour cookbook. I need to look at it. Maybe there's some good non-sweet breakfasty things in it.

post #23 of 24

If you have tons of zucchini in the summer, shred it in portions that fit into a zucchini bread recipe, and freeze in a zip lock bag.

 

Then, in the winter, thaw the whole bag and dump into the zucchini bread recipe just as if you shredded it fresh, don't squeeze out any water.

 

It works perfect.

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Originally Posted by greenmulberry View Post

If you have tons of zucchini in the summer, shred it in portions that fit into a zucchini bread recipe, and freeze in a zip lock bag.

 

Then, in the winter, thaw the whole bag and dump into the zucchini bread recipe just as if you shredded it fresh, don't squeeze out any water.

 

It works perfect.


What a great idea. I make lasagna with shredded zucchini. I'll give it a try.

 

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