Active Low-Carber Forums
Atkins diet and low carb discussion provided free for information only, not as medical advice.
Home Plans Tips Recipes Tools Stories Studies Products
Active Low-Carber Forums
A sugar-free zone


Welcome to the Active Low-Carber Forums.
Support for Atkins diet, Protein Power, Neanderthin (Paleo Diet), CAD/CALP, Dr. Bernstein Diabetes Solution and any other healthy low-carb diet or plan, all are welcome in our lowcarb community. Forget starvation and fad diets -- join the healthy eating crowd! You may register by clicking here, it's free!

Go Back   Active Low-Carber Forums > Main Low-Carb Diets Forums & Support > Local Low-Carbers & Support Groups > Australia / New Zealand
User Name
Password
Register FAQ Members Calendar Mark Forums Read Search Gallery My P.L.A.N. Survey


Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #16   ^
Old Thu, Mar-04-04, 02:59
Lush's Avatar
Lush Lush is offline
New Member
Posts: 15
 
Plan: Life without Bread/Atkins
Stats: 163/160/132 Female 155 centimetres
BF:
Progress: 10%
Location: Sunny Gold Coast, Aust
Default

Hi John,

I am also on the Gold Coast - small world. Am looking forward to trying this recipe - I know I can get all the stuff at my local health food shop and Coles. Maybe tomoroow on a child free day when I can concentrate! lol. Thanks again

Alicia
Reply With Quote
Sponsored Links
  #17   ^
Old Thu, Mar-04-04, 08:55
Starmaker's Avatar
Starmaker Starmaker is offline
Senior Member
Posts: 253
 
Plan: Dirty Carnivore
Stats: 197/150/135 Female 5'6
BF:
Progress: 76%
Location: Saskatchewan
Default

Just cannot find any such thing as LSA, can I make it myself maybe? What would be the proper measurements? Do you know? Thanks
Reply With Quote
  #18   ^
Old Thu, Mar-04-04, 18:24
sambalam sambalam is offline
Senior Member
Posts: 276
 
Plan: paleo
Stats: 145/145/114 Female 161
BF:
Progress: 0%
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Default

if you can find ground faxseeds, gound almonds and ground sunflower seeds then you can make LSA. not sure what the measurements should be. maybe experiment until you are happy with the carbs?
Reply With Quote
  #19   ^
Old Thu, Jun-10-04, 07:04
ferelannie's Avatar
ferelannie ferelannie is offline
New Member
Posts: 12
 
Plan: Own
Stats: 3/2/1 Female 180cm
BF:
Progress: 50%
Default

LSA was/is a mainstay of Sandra Cabot Liver Cleansing and is also apparently great for reducing cholesterol.
You can get the ordinary LSA or an LSA Meal (put out by a company called Lotus) from you local healthfood store.

Data on the LSA Meal is as follows:

Per serve Per 100g
Energy 1092.2kj 2186.39kj
Protein 10.39g 20.78g
Fat
- Total 21.64g 43.27g
- Saturated 1.82g 3.64g
Carbohydrate
- Total 2.35g 4.69g
- Sugars 2.32g 4.63g
Sodium 8.9g 17.85mg

If you can't find it locally it can be purched online from Sandra Cabot Online
Reply With Quote
  #20   ^
Old Thu, Jun-17-04, 21:10
carolined carolined is offline
New Member
Posts: 1
 
Plan: Slim Forever
Stats: 147/131/121 Female 155.3cm
BF:
Progress:
Default

Hey Mishimc

I'm new here

Another Slim Forever fan !!!! I have printed out the bread recipe and will try it. Would be nice with soup one night. Funny how you get used to not having carb during the day. Robert Harris is our chiropractor - we think his plan is fantastic. My jusband Rob is at goal and I'm not too far away. Do you have the recipe book? We use it all the time.

John - I also live on the Gold Coast - Surfers Paradise in Waterways Apartments (in front of Chevron Renaissance).

See you later

Caroline
Reply With Quote
  #21   ^
Old Sat, Jun-19-04, 01:17
katey katey is offline
New Member
Posts: 3
 
Plan: atkins
Stats: 132.3/114.6/114.6 Female 168 cm
BF:
Progress: 100%
Location: Brisbane
Default

Hi I'm new here too but have been checking out this forum for awhile.
My husband and I are low carbing and we both are feeling great and have so much energy. I've been using the 'bread' recipe for awhile and think it is fab! For a fast lunch I spread the bread with cream cheese and top with advocado slices and tomato and onion tuna. Last night I used the bread to make cheese crisps - slice the bread really thin, drissle with olive oil, top with parmasen cheese and sprinkle with chicken salt and bake in the oven until crispy.

Just thought I'd share
Reply With Quote
  #22   ^
Old Wed, Jun-23-04, 22:38
nicolasix's Avatar
nicolasix nicolasix is offline
Senior Member
Posts: 174
 
Plan: PP
Stats: 149.5/140.5/125 Female 5'8"
BF:
Progress: 37%
Thumbs up I just want to stand in front of the oven and smell!

Oh my God. This bread smells *delicious*! I used wheat bran instead of psyllium husks and lordy, I've died and gone to heaven. Thanks for the amazing recipe!
Reply With Quote
  #23   ^
Old Sat, Jun-26-04, 20:35
showtime showtime is offline
New Member
Posts: 23
 
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 199/190/173 Male 5ft 10inch
BF:
Progress: 35%
Location: New Zealand
Default Lifesaver!

This stuff rocks!!! made my first loaf last nite and wow.

I have it toasted with butter and cracked pepper pate, or garlic humis.. yum yum.

I hope it is only 10grams per loaf cause its going to make up a good % of my intake.
Reply With Quote
  #24   ^
Old Sun, Jun-27-04, 03:17
showtime showtime is offline
New Member
Posts: 23
 
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 199/190/173 Male 5ft 10inch
BF:
Progress: 35%
Location: New Zealand
Default Please Clafify

Does anyone know the exzact carbs per slice or loaf, with or without Fiber as ive done my figures and it doesnt sound right???
Reply With Quote
  #25   ^
Old Tue, Jun-29-04, 01:25
lizzylaw lizzylaw is offline
New Member
Posts: 7
 
Plan: less than 20 grams
Stats: 145/129.5/110 Female 5'
BF:
Progress: 44%
Location: New Zealand
Default

the recipe sounds yummy, can't wait to try it
Does anyone know where in NZ (especially Wgtn) you can get psyllium husks? Or flax husks?

Thanks,

Lizzy Lawrence
Reply With Quote
  #26   ^
Old Tue, Jun-29-04, 02:53
showtime showtime is offline
New Member
Posts: 23
 
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 199/190/173 Male 5ft 10inch
BF:
Progress: 35%
Location: New Zealand
Default Health food shop

Im in nelson and every H food shop will sell it.
Reply With Quote
  #27   ^
Old Thu, Jul-01-04, 09:15
HoopDeeDoo HoopDeeDoo is offline
New Member
Posts: 14
 
Plan: Atkins ? My own version
Stats: 220/180/143 Female 167.6cm
BF:
Progress: 52%
Location: Tasmania
Talking Thank you John! I'll be baking, baking, baking..

Just delighted with your bread recipe. Baked it tonight. Mine is very seedy and tastes almost as good as whole grain bread. YUM!

Nicole
Reply With Quote
  #28   ^
Old Thu, Jul-01-04, 19:33
sambalam sambalam is offline
Senior Member
Posts: 276
 
Plan: paleo
Stats: 145/145/114 Female 161
BF:
Progress: 0%
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Default

question: does this bread rise to a reasonable size or is it small?
Reply With Quote
  #29   ^
Old Mon, Jul-12-04, 07:59
delia's Avatar
delia delia is offline
Registered Member
Posts: 58
 
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 98/90.5/65 Female 64
BF:
Progress: 23%
Location: Sunshine Coast Australia
Default

Hi Sam
I baked mine in a loaf time and it only raised about 2 inches.
Cheers Delia
Reply With Quote
  #30   ^
Old Wed, Aug-11-04, 23:33
leesinoz leesinoz is offline
New Member
Posts: 5
 
Plan: South Beach
Stats: 200/200/135 Female 5'3"
BF:
Progress:
Default

Hi,
am new to this list, and am currently on day 13 of Low Carb !
I am going to try the bread today, but when I tried to buy the WPI, they ALL had either vanilla or chocolate flavoring ! The Health Food Shop owner suggested I try straight Whey powder.
So will see how that goes ! I'm in rural Victoria, 68km NW of Ballarat.
Lee
Reply With Quote
Reply

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
George Weston rolls out low-carb bread Deirdre Canada 1 Wed, Feb-25-04 18:33
Bread Pudding el corazón Sweet treats 4 Sun, Dec-28-03 11:38
Low-Carb products in demand: Even bread cutting carbs tamarian LC Research/Media 0 Mon, Feb-24-03 17:16
Bread Homegirl General Low-Carb 9 Sat, Sep-29-01 01:06


All times are GMT -6. The time now is 03:36.


Copyright © 2000-2017 Active Low-Carber Forums @ forum.lowcarber.org
Powered by: vBulletin, Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.