Skip to comments.Smoking Tasty Tri Tips for Weight Loss
Posted on 10/21/2018 9:46:51 AM PDT by PJ-Comix
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Good luck at your next weigh-in.
That’s one of the good things about dieting - less carbs and more protein means lots of new meat experiences...
She's pretty much organic all the way, no dairy except organic butter, heavy whipping cream and hard cheeses like Parmesan. She even puts butter in her coffee and has spoonfuls of organic coconut oil. No breads or pasta, carbs under 20G/day? but pork rinds are apparently OK.
Oh! Bacon! Cured and uncured (no nitrates/nitrites). Every couple of days. I tell her she should write a book.
As a opposed to peanuts, she goes with walnuts, pecans, almonds and macademia nuts. Organic - expensive as are all organics. She even makes her own nut butters in a Cuisinart but no peanuts. Her A1C is 5.9 and dropping.
She's out of town but checking why peanuts were not on her list I think was the issue of aflatoxins and pesticides.
Here's a source you might want to start with ... Just FYI.
Peanuts: Most are Carcinogenic & Pesticide-Contaminated, But There are Safe Sources!" - lots more out there - this is just the first that seemed informative in my search.
Keep up the good work - You should see her in a bikini at 64!
After a coin toss, I'll also mention that coconut oil is good for your skin, massages and other bedroom activities and its edible ... ;-)
Thanks! Congrats on having a beautiful and smart wife!
I’m just back from Aldi’s. They didn’t have tri tips but they did have sirloin tips. Not the same thing.
It's not a tri-tip, but it smoked well and was tender when sliced thin for sandwiches smothered in grilled onions.
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