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kegger70
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05/28/2018 02:23PM
Hey all,
This year has brought a new fad diet, and while I know the basics of the diet and how it works, I'm wondering if anyone has travelled in the BWCA with keto recipes or foods and just what they were. Cheers!

Kegger
 
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hunt3r
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05/29/2018 11:29AM
My wife and I have been eating ketogenic since February and plan to do the same for our trip this year. We generally dehydrate portions of meat and veggies and make them with rice noodles or quinoa. I think this year we will just have to do a veggie in place of the noodle,rice. I am interested to hear how others have done it if they have. Another thing I can add is that we tried to fry fish here at home in almond flour for a breading and it did not work very well. We are going to try coconut flour next time. I will post back how it turns out.
sueb2b
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05/31/2018 09:06PM
I’m interested in any ideas, also. I’ll be doing a Wabakimi trip later this year.
kegger70
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06/01/2018 05:01AM
hunt3r: "My wife and I have been eating ketogenic since February and plan to do the same for our trip this year. We generally dehydrate portions of meat and veggies and make them with rice noodles or quinoa. I think this year we will just have to do a veggie in place of the noodle,rice. I am interested to hear how others have done it if they have. Another thing I can add is that we tried to fry fish here at home in almond flour for a breading and it did not work very well. We are going to try coconut flour next time. I will post back how it turns out."

I wonder how well veggie noodles would reheydrate? That could be worth an experiment.

Good for you on finding a new fish breading! I’m not sure I can ever get rid of shore lunch...
 
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