Are you tired of the basic boring boiled eggs day in and day out? Give these soy sauce-marinated eggs a try!Read More
One day I decided I was tired of pining after cardboard boxes and bowls of cold milk. It was time to make my own cereal, dammit. Keto cereal that wouldn't break my macros, and would, in fact, add to them in a good way. Today, I present my first foray into keto cereal: Cinnamon (No Toast) Crunch.Read More
I wrote about bulletproof before, a couple years ago, but I figured it's time for an update. A lot of people are confused by what they see online because bulletproof tends to be heavily branded or specialized—there is, of course, the actual Bulletproof brand that was founded by Dave Asprey, who really kicked this whole bulletproof trend off, and there are other people who tell you their version of "butter coffee," which generally starts with some organic coffee that costs an arm and a leg or is ridiculously difficult to prepare.
We don't do that over here. Your bulletproof drink can be as simple or as complicated as you want to make it. I have a few bulletproof recipes on the site already, each very different, that gives you a glimpse of the ways bulletproof drinks can take on a new life. I encourage you to try some! Or, even, experiment with your own favorite bulletproof blend.
Today, I'll give you the bulletproof basics—the ingredients you need to make a bulletproof drink, and optional add-ins to help it fit what you need. Because aren't options the fun part of life? Let's get into it.Read More
By now, I'm sure you've heard about bulletproof coffee in one form or another. I've talked about it, that one hipster in your office has talked about it, your favorite celebrity has mentioned it offhandedly, and that coffee shop down the street has started selling it for outrageous prices. Everybody is buzzing about bulletproof. The three main ingredients -- grass-fed butter, MCT oil, and coffee -- are proven fatbusters and brain boosters, so going bulletproof just seems like the right thing to do, right? But what if you can't have dairy?
Well, there are a couple options: one, you can sub ghee for the grass-fed butter. (For those who don't know, ghee is clarified butter -- basically butter with the dairy removed.) Or, you can try this delicious version, inspired by Leanne from Healthful Pursuit, that combines cacao butter and vanilla protein powder to make a morning drink that's better than anything Starbucks -- or that trendy cafe down the street -- sells. Prepare to be amazed! Whether you can have dairy or not, this drink is truly delicious.Read More