Beef & Vegetable Skewers

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    Arrow
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    Just made it through day 2 of no starch, no sugar diet. Not gonna lie, all I can think about is carbs right now.

    On the plus side though, I made these really yummy beef & vege skewers for dinner and they’ve managed to satisfy the hunger for a while, so I figured I’d share!

    Makes about 8 – 10 skewers

    Ingredients
    400g – 500g Diced/cubed Beef (or your preferred meat/meat substitute)
    2 Medium sized Zucchinis
    1 Punnet Cherry Tomatoes
    2 Tsp Dried Rosemary
    1 Tsp Onion Powder
    1 Tsp Garlic Powder
    Salt
    Olive Oil to drizzle

    Really easy – just slice the Zucchini into 1-2cm chunks, and then start threading everything onto the skewers, giving yourself enough room for a hand-hold. I did mine like this; —zucchini-meat-tomato-meat-zucchini-meat-tomato- and they looked great.
    After that, you just sprinkle them with the herbs & salt to taste, flip them over, do the other side as well and then grill them with a bit of olive oil. Also, I found that the veges weren’t cooking as evenly for me, so I just grabbed a saucepan lid and covered up the skewers while they were cooking to help steam them a bit.

    The great thing about this recipe is that it’s so easy and so versatile – you can pretty much substitute any meat/vegetables/herbs you like. I think next time I’d like to try with chicken, fresh garlic and oregano.

    Let me know what other variations ideas you guys try!

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    Able900
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    Arrow wrote: 400g – 500g Diced/cubed Beef (or your preferred meat/meat substitute)

    Beef should not be eaten at all during the strict diet phase of your treatment as it contains high amounts of ammonia which has a very positive benefit for Candida albicans, therefore, beef will slow down your progress significantly.

    Able

    #90938

    Arrow
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    FML. Got a million different people telling me a million different things. Taking every ounce of strength I have to not just go and have a sandwich right now.

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