Low-No Carb Recipies

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Low-No Carb Recipies

Post by primo » Wed Jul 16, 2014 4:42 pm

Hi All,

I've been advised to start a low carb diet, and my initial response was : More food on the kamado!

But so far I have been only cooking some basic roast chicken and some lamp shoulder.
I don't eat beef and very limited pork, would like to get some recipes from you experience ed cook on some delicacies in the chicken and the lamb department.


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Post by magste » Wed Jul 16, 2014 5:23 pm

Planked salmon, other fish, roasted veggies, basically anything goes as long as you remove the potatoes, rice, pasta, bread etc. I think you'll find most recipes here are pretty low in carbs , abit not in calories :-)

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Post by primo » Wed Jul 16, 2014 5:31 pm

magste wrote:Planked salmon, other fish, roasted veggies, basically anything goes as long as you remove the potatoes, rice, pasta, bread etc. I think you'll find most recipes here are pretty low in carbs , abit not in calories :-)

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What is planked salmon if I may ask.

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Post by Narmnaleg » Wed Jul 16, 2014 6:11 pm

primo wrote:I've been advised to start a low carb diet, and my initial response was : More food on the kamado!
Cuddle up to a pork belly. :)

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Post by Smokey » Wed Jul 16, 2014 6:37 pm

Ask the doc how many carbs per day ,including sugars you can have.
Then get rid of all stodge like potatoes, etc and sub your sugars with natural sweets like fruit , honey and palm sugar in small quantitys or a quality meal. The rest of the day you eat rabbit food.
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Post by magste » Wed Jul 16, 2014 10:36 pm

primo wrote:
magste wrote:Planked salmon, other fish, roasted veggies, basically anything goes as long as you remove the potatoes, rice, pasta, bread etc. I think you'll find most recipes here are pretty low in carbs , abit not in calories :-)

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What is planked salmon if I may ask.

Salmon fillets baked on oak planks. Super easy and very flavourful. Soak planks in water, put on BBQ at 200C, oil and spice fillets with lemon pepper, bake for about 20mins. Gives a subtle smoke flavour to the fish.
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Post by Bill44 » Thu Jul 17, 2014 7:31 am

Smokey Mick wrote:Ask the doc how many carbs per day ,including sugars you can have.
Then get rid of all stodge like potatoes, etc and sub your sugars with natural sweets like fruit , honey and palm sugar in small quantitys or a quality meal. The rest of the day you eat rabbit food.
I'm a Diabetic so I have to watch the sugars, which are basically carbohydrates by another name.

Watch the fruit intake, it's full of Fructose which is fruit sugar. The highest sugar content is in tropical fruit including bananas.
Don't have more than 2 pieces of fruit a day, small servings of tropical fruit, and keep the banana intake to a minimum.
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Re: Low-No Carb Recipies

Post by primo » Thu Jul 17, 2014 10:53 am

Thanks all for the guidance, bananas - didn't know they were that bad. I ate one yesterday need to stop it now.

As for the Salmon Fillet recipe, thanks it looks very interesting. One question though - where can I find an oak plank.

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Low-No Carb Recipies

Post by beermee » Thu Jul 17, 2014 11:09 am

Terry from Aussie BBQ Smoke sells planks.

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Post by primo » Thu Jul 17, 2014 11:17 am

beermee wrote:Terry from Aussie BBQ Smoke sells planks.

Gary
Thank You, I have contacted him, also they have some nice rubs for good price.

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Post by Bill44 » Thu Jul 17, 2014 12:13 pm

Also watch your Fat/oil intake, they both break down to carbohydrate/sugar. That's one of the reasons BBQ is usually a healthy way of cooking, done on a grill a lot of the fat runs out.
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Post by magste » Thu Jul 17, 2014 1:58 pm

Bunnings. Buy untreated 1m planks, about 25mm or thicker. Cut to size. Oil and clean after each use. I've used them at least 10 times before they burn up.

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Post by primo » Thu Jul 17, 2014 2:05 pm

magste wrote:Bunnings. Buy untreated 1m planks, about 25mm or thicker. Cut to size. Oil and clean after each use. I've used them at least 10 times before they burn up.

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Thanks., what did they cost you ?

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Re: Low-No Carb Recipies

Post by ozlegacy » Thu Jul 17, 2014 8:14 pm

Bill44 wrote:Also watch your Fat/oil intake, they both break down to carbohydrate/sugar. That's one of the reasons BBQ is usually a healthy way of cooking, done on a grill a lot of the fat runs out.
I'm sorry but that is completely wrong, there are 3 types of macro groups (4 if you include pure alcohol)

1. Fat
2. Protein
3. Carbs (including simple sugars)

Natural fats/oils do NOT break down to carbs or sugars

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Re: Low-No Carb Recipies

Post by Bill44 » Thu Jul 17, 2014 8:36 pm

ozlegacy wrote:
Bill44 wrote:Also watch your Fat/oil intake, they both break down to carbohydrate/sugar. That's one of the reasons BBQ is usually a healthy way of cooking, done on a grill a lot of the fat runs out.
I'm sorry but that is completely wrong, there are 3 types of macro groups (4 if you include pure alcohol)

1. Fat
2. Protein
3. Carbs (including simple sugars)

Natural fats/oils do NOT break down to carbs or sugars
And where might I ask did you obtain your medical degree? It was only this morning that I was taking advice regarding the breakdown of fats and oils from my Vascular Surgeon Specialist. I will take his advice rather than yours thank you.
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