i was upping my carbs a bit cause i see potatoes help the most with my fatty liver issue than juices and fructose.
Non gluten spagetti give some kind of bad reaction, dont know why. maybe is the extruded protein. no idea...i think is related too with my liver not working 100%.
I've been on fat free diet for 1 month now. I used to be 160lbs before Peating, then became 195lbs after Peating for a while. Then today I'm 189lbs so I lost 6lbs within a month. Not bad.
I'm adopting hybrid Peat + Asian diet, meaning that I eat almost no fat, only 2g to 4g MAX daily. That's...
Trust a female to be so practical. Your are a goddes among us women. Yes the humble potato. Thank you girlfriend for reminding us that the potatoe water which is rich in keto acids is perfect for hypothyroid, low metabolic and catabolic state. The yellower the potato, the more protein. As peat...
I'd like some input on how important it might be to eat organic potatoes to avoid glyphosate. I'm cheap, and it burns me to have to pay outrageous prices for non-poisoned food, but will if it is the right thing to do healthwise.
I blended some potatoes in the blender with some water and poured the mixture in a nut milk bag to filter and squeeze the juice out of the remainder (leaving the starch + potato juice + water in the bowl).
Does anyone know if the remainder of dry potato in the bag has any nutritional value? Is...
Hi. Getting ready to try the potato juice thingy. I think I'd like to try the scramble before I try the soup. How long should I fry the liquid potato protein in the pan? Or, in other words, how do I know when the scramble is done?
Does nobody here have love for twice-baked (fridge>~90min bake>fridge, short bake when ready to eat) potatoes? Haven't seen them mentioned here, but it's my go-to potato method.
They come out moist and waxy from cooking in their own juice without the flesh being exposed to direct heat or...
I would imagine acrylamide has probably been discussed at some point in the history of this forum, but figured I would share this anyway:
http://www.pickl-it.com/blog/783/tradit ... crylamide/
Probably not a concern for most peaters who tend to boil their potatoes, but still interesting.
I saw this quote from the website - http://www.thyroid-info.com/articles/ray-peat.htm
But according to nutrition data potato has 23g carb and 3g protein which is no where near milk ratios.
And i thought any kind of vegetable protein is an incomplete protein?
I went to a natural food store in Denver and found these chips. It was the only brand of chips that were cooked in coconut oil in the whole store. It came in two flavors, "Salt and Vinegar", which had "organic potatoes, organic coconut oil, apple cider, vinegar, sea salt, fructose, citric acid...