[Fan Club] LCHF Lifestyle - Part 3

aaur4man

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bo lang ai ki Wed barossa huh....


ok i set up a hot date w moi girl girl. finding a hot korean bbq spot now~
 

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actually hor. lava cake recipe dont require much flour and can skip sugar.

(just dark chocolate melted, butter, coconut flour)
 

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1st time in this thread, i always though LCHF, F = fibre lolx

btw, dun eat sugar not sad meh???

Fiber is over-rated...hahah

Nope - sugar is just bad news for us :s13:
 

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if you're referring to factory processed "ham". the factory used like a percentage of meat chunks/mince and the rest will be starch as a binder, then cured with salt and nitrite/nitrate salts, sugar, preservatives e.g. spam.

whole leg ham is the whole leg or pig cured with sugar, table salt and nitrate/nitrite salts, with or without preservatives.

"streaky bacon" is cured pork belly. aka fresh pork belly cured with sugar, table salt and nitrate/nitrite salts, with or without preservatives.

sources:
Prosciutto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ham - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spam_(food)
Bacon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thanks for the info.

I just can't figure why its ok to eat Bacon and not Ham, despite both are processed meat? Only difference I guess is Bacon is more LCHF?

I totally adore Bacon but whenever I felt the saltiness, I can't help but to worry if my kidney can handle it. LOL

Furthermore, my only source of bacon is buying the Back Bacon from Cold Storage. Or is there a better option? :(
 

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Thanks for the info.

I just can't figure why its ok to eat Bacon and not Ham, despite both are processed meat? Only difference I guess is Bacon is more LCHF?

I totally adore Bacon but whenever I felt the saltiness, I can't help but to worry if my kidney can handle it. LOL

Furthermore, my only source of bacon is buying the Back Bacon from Cold Storage. Or is there a better option? :(

Is Bacon Bad For You, or Good? The Salty, Crunchy Truth

http://www.qbfood.com.sg/path/product_info.php?products_id=697
 
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