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Old Sun, Nov-15-15, 08:57
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One consolation for me eating low carb is getting to have a hearty breakfast each morning. I really miss having some kind of starch, so a few years ago I started shredding some cabbage and carmelizing it in bacon drippings in place of hashbrown potatoes. It is especially delicious mixed in with some of the yolk from my fried egg.
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Old Mon, Nov-16-15, 11:07
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ooh, sounds good!
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Old Tue, Nov-17-15, 15:09
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I do this, but put it in a bowl and mix in my egg (with runny yolk). It ends up so good my non-LC 12 year old will have it some mornings.
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Old Tue, Nov-17-15, 15:46
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I have done the same thing with zoodles soaked in the egg and then dropped into the coconut oil.
It's really good
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Old Tue, Nov-17-15, 21:40
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cauliflower chunks cooked in bacon/sausage grease with bell peppers always reminds me of home fries
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Old Wed, Nov-18-15, 05:41
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i am obsessed with this thread- so many great ideas!

my favorite "faux" home fries are jicama hunks with seasoned salt- a little onion with this is nice, too. they are so much like potato, they even taste great with sf catsup.
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Hmmm I have only ever had raw jicama. I never thought to cook it. Sounds great Robin!
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Radishes work well too.
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Would turnips work for hashbrowns?
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Mmmm OP, anything in bacon drippings is YUM.
I make these:
http://www.bakingoutsidethebox.com/...rowns-who-knew/
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Old Fri, Jun-03-16, 18:44
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Would turnips work for hashbrowns?


Yes, I've done that. They are good.
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