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    Bacon and eggs.

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    Have I mentioned I really enjoy a breakfast of bacon and eggs.

    Don't do it regularly, special times of year call for it though, like Christmas, New Year and Easter, oh, and when we are out and about in the motor home

    Thinly sliced, crispy fried streaky bacon rashers from Barossa Fine Foods in the Adelaide central Market and locally produced eggs with rich orange yolks on a couple of slices of sour dough bread spread with butter, a breakfast approaching nirvana.

    Needless to say accompanied by a couple of cups of my favorite brew, a Lungo, bliss.

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    Nice! I read a recipe somewhere recently with coffee/maple glazed bacon. Sounded amazing.

    Cheers
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    Breakfast for us on new years day consisted of bacon and eggs, pancakes, toppings of Canadian maple syrup, butter, lemon and sugar, espresso of course as well as blood orange and tomato juice.

    We had guests, everyone seemed happy with the offerings.

    Before anyone asks, nope I'm not a fatty boomba, 6' 1" and 78 kg, we don't eat this stuff regularly, but, boy we enjoy it when we do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Have I mentioned I really enjoy a breakfast of bacon and eggs.

    Don't do it regularly, special times of year call for it though, like Christmas, New Year and Easter, oh, and when we are out and about in the motor home

    Thinly sliced, crispy fried streaky bacon rashers from Barossa Fine Foods in the Adelaide central Market and locally produced eggs with rich orange yolks on a couple of slices of sour dough bread spread with butter, a breakfast approaching nirvana.

    Needless to say accompanied by a couple of cups of my favorite brew, a Lungo, bliss.
    Cheers! Have you ever heard about Paleo diet? If you like bacon and eggs you should check it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexsmith View Post
    Cheers! Have you ever heard about Paleo diet? If you like bacon and eggs you should check it.
    Morning AS, have I heard of the paleo diet? certainly have, as Wikipedia states "The British Dietetic Association judged the paleo diet a "Jurassic fad" and listed it as one of the five worst celebrity-endorsed diets of 2015, saying it was "unbalanced, time consuming, [and] socially isolating" and so "a sure-fire way to develop nutrient deficiencies".

    Reckon I will pass on the fads and stick to a normal balanced diet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Breakfast for us on new years day consisted of bacon and eggs, pancakes, toppings of Canadian maple syrup, butter, lemon and sugar, espresso of course as well as blood orange and tomato juice.

    We had guests, everyone seemed happy with the offerings.

    Before anyone asks, nope I'm not a fatty boomba, 6' 1" and 78 kg, we don't eat this stuff regularly, but, boy we enjoy it when we do.
    Ha! I haven't heard the term "fatty boomba" in years. Classic!

    Can recommend paleo diet. I dropped 8 kilos in 7 weeks (was a little overweight, but not at "boomba" stage). It also taught me to appreciate coffee without milk a whole lot more. Also love that I can drink as much coffee as I want guilt free!

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    Back on topic, bacon.

    This exchange between Vincent and Jules in Pulp Fiction is classic, reckon Vincent got it right don't click on the link if your offended by course language.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZA_Tl1kvlQU

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    As Dr Karl often says, to lose weight eat less and move more.

    I have to try these one day:
    http://www.theworktop.com/breakfast-...-glazed-bacon/
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    Quote Originally Posted by artman View Post
    As Dr Karl often says, to lose weight eat less and move more.

    I have to try these one day:
    Maple and Coffee Glazed Bacon Recipe | The Worktop
    Once again Dr Karl is right

    The maple coffee glazed bacon sounds great, have put it on the list of must try, the recipe has gone straight to the pool room (bookmarked it)

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    Maple and coffee flavoured bacon.
    I think I,ve just put on a few grams just looking at the picture Yelta
    Will try it after my one week long detox program.

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    I'm 100% on your initial post, Yelta.
    Our regular daily breakfast is a blender concoction of fruit & vegetables with some prunes and muesli over the top, so bacon and eggs etc is a rare treat we save for special occasions like Christmas.
    I would love to stack on several kilos - I just don't want it around my waist, and at my age that's the only place it would go if I ate fatty food frequently.

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    eggs I can afford often, toast with bacon much less

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    Quote Originally Posted by artman View Post
    As Dr Karl often says, to lose weight eat less and move more.

    I have to try these one day:
    Maple and Coffee Glazed Bacon Recipe | The Worktop
    I heard the one "eat less s..t more".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky View Post
    I'm 100% on your initial post, Yelta.
    Our regular daily breakfast is a blender concoction of fruit & vegetables with some prunes and muesli over the top, so bacon and eggs etc is a rare treat we save for special occasions like Christmas.
    I would love to stack on several kilos - I just don't want it around my waist, and at my age that's the only place it would go if I ate fatty food frequently.
    I have bacon and eggs every morning for breakfast, have done for years, I find the protein keeps me full until smoko. Which is good because I have breakfast at 4 am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Logga View Post
    I have bacon and eggs every morning for breakfast, have done for years, I find the protein keeps me full until smoko. Which is good because I have breakfast at 4 am.
    Exactly. Fat doesn't make people fat, carbohydrates do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeroyC View Post
    Exactly. Fat doesn't make people fat, carbohydrates do.
    Excessive calories make you fat. The source is less important
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    Chocolate source is worse than soy source, though.

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    Suspect soy sauce would be pretty unhealthy taken at the same calories as chocolate sauce :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by trentski View Post
    Excessive calories make you fat. The source is less important
    As was said earlier, everything in moderation is the key.
    Take control of your hand to mouth exercises or your gonna look like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortblackman View Post
    Chocolate source is worse than soy source, though.
    Morning SBM, haven't heard from you in a while! trust all is OK?

    Chocolate is good, soy sauce is good, salt and sugar, both essential part of a healthy diet, once again, in moderation.
    Yet to try the maple coffee glazed bacon, sounds good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trentski View Post
    Excessive calories make you fat. The source is less important
    That's partly true, but not all calories are equal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbilleter View Post
    Suspect soy sauce would be pretty unhealthy taken at the same calories as chocolate sauce :-)
    Your right, however to consume the same calorific value in soy that you would get from 100 grams of dark chocolate you would need to consume approx 1 litre of soy sauce, I somehow doubt many of us would do that.

    100 grams soy approx 50 calories, 100 grams dark chocolate 546 calories, not difficult to work out.

    I keep saying it, everything in moderation, or, your gonna look like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeroyC View Post
    That's partly true, but not all calories are equal.
    Your right to a point, however it cant be argued, at the end of the day its the quantity you consume, the message seem not to be getting through, if ya keep stuffin it in your gonna look like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Your right to a point, however it cant be argued, at the end of the day its the quantity you consume, the message seem not to be getting through, if ya keep stuffin it in your gonna look like this.
    What can't be argued?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeroyC View Post
    What can't be argued?
    Overeating will lead to weight gain.

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    G'day Yelta! What started as a harmless source / sauce joke has lead us down the slippery slope of google image searches!!!

    things are good for me thanks. I'm going to say something about my recently begun roasting journey. Hope you're well.

    As for the topic, I'm one of those people that just doesn't get "fat" no matter what I eat. I am one of those slight people with perhaps an overly active nervous system ( I doubt coffee helps ). I know a few people like me. A bit jittery (not excessively ) & thin without being particularly active & with a good but not excellent diet.

    bacon & eggs: you're alright by me!
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    Your right, threads do have a way of evolving.

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    If I was motivated enough I would love bacon and eggs for breakfast but it's like another half hour in the morning and I just can't justify losing an extra half hour of sleep.
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    To continue the thread drift - I'm not averse to the occasional cooked breakfast, but would choose good jam or marmalade with sourdough toast and really good butter nine times out of ten.

    Couldn't imagine anything worse than a low carb/high protein/high fat diet. You can keep your ketosis thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic_Matt View Post
    To continue the thread drift - I'm not averse to the occasional cooked breakfast, but would choose good jam or marmalade with sourdough toast and really good butter nine times out of ten.

    Couldn't imagine anything worse than a low carb/high protein/high fat diet. You can keep your ketosis thanks
    Ha, Heather just made a batch of orange marmalade today, very noice it is too, sourdough toast? yep, big tick, good butter, also good

    "low carb/high protein/high fat diet" not for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeroyC View Post
    Exactly. Fat doesn't make people fat, carbohydrates do.
    Sounds like LeroyC is the only one that knows what he's talking about in regards to diet, what makes you fat and what doesn't.
    Dr Karl wouldn't know s@#t when it comes to diet due to his medically old fashioned misguided knowledge that he was tauggt 25-30yrs ago. The British dieticians association is exactly the same but are also tied to the food industry whom have commercial interests, ie. lots of money invested in the 'recommended dietry guidlines', along with most other countries including the good ol' US and of course Aust. Of course they're going to say it's a fad, because they wouldn't be selling their processed sh#t to the masses if we actually new the effects. As usual we say everything in moderation, so is that like smoking is ok in moderation? Taking poison in moderation? Sniffing petrol in moderation? Drinking fertilizer in moderation? We've been telling that line to the population the last thirty or forty years and look how thats working. More health professionals are starting to argue against the money making food and pharmaceutical industries and slowly they're getting the message through. Remeber there was some crazy person that argued the world was round and not flat? People did eventually believe him, but he was lucky, he didn't have multi national industries who had billions of $ at stake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Ha, Heather just made a batch of orange marmalade today, very noice it is too, sourdough toast? yep, big tick, good butter, also good

    "low carb/high protein/high fat diet" not for me.
    Also it's not a high protein diet, its Low 'processed' carb, moderate protein roughly a gram of protein per body weight and high fat, thats healthy fats including saturated, yes animal fat, coconut oil, heaps of butter anything with full fat. Nothing with processed vegetable oils or highly refined fats, margarine, soy and also none of the low fat full of sugar garbage. If anyone bothered researching the science, the data which isn't funded by commercial interests can see how our diet and health for that matter has nose dived. If the average consumer actually bothered to see what happens to the body when consuming sugar or processed carbs you may start realising what the long term damage is being done to them and their family. If they realised how they could change their general health if they just cut out a couple of types of processed foods from our diets that we consume a number of times a day.

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    How can ya possibly respond to this sort of wisdom? notice you also believe in father Christmas

    By the way, I still enjoy bacon and eggs for breakfast on the odd occasion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Overeating will lead to weight gain.
    You know why you over eat? The processed carbs or sugars don't fill you, they lack nutrients and so a couple of hours later you need more and so it goes on and on and on until 15-20 years down the track you've possibly put on 15-20kgs, pre type 2 diabetic, fatty liver, inflammation, tired. You go to the doctor and Dr Karl says "hey Ill give you some meds to mask the problems you have, and the pharmaceutical companies are happy you're giving them your money."
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    All I'm trying to say in my ranting is don't believe everything they tell you, research it. I've dropped over 23kg and kept it off for two years now eating lots of healthy tasty fat and Not eating any bread, pasta, rice etc. Google LCHF you wont look back. Oh and I have about 3-4 lattes a day all made with a drizzle of milk and about 90% cream and its da best!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoffy View Post
    All I'm trying to say in my ranting is don't believe everything they tell you, research it. I've dropped over 23kg and kept it off for two years now eating lots of healthy tasty fat and Not eating any bread, pasta, rice etc. Google LCHF you wont look back. Oh and I have about 3-4 lattes a day all made with a drizzle of milk and about 90% cream and its da best!!!!!!!!
    True or not, I happen to enjoy eating bread, pasta, rice etc... and will happily continue to do so until I'm 80 or 90 something. Sure... you might live a week or two longer (maybe) but I'll have had a lot more fun along the way
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    Spoken like a true sugar addict, Id prefer to spend my last 10 years enjoying them and not frequenting hospitals, specialists, oncologists. Have seen too many since I've been working in the health industry the past 20 odd years, good luck mate 😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoffy View Post
    Spoken like a true sugar addict, Id prefer to spend my last 10 years enjoying them and not frequenting hospitals, specialists, oncologists. Have seen too many since I've been working in the health industry the past 20 odd years, good luck mate 
    I'm a winemaker and a coffee roaster so complex sugars are indeed my life. And... hate to break this to you but unless you happen to think that your carb free diet grants you immortality the truth is that you too will die of something and that visits to hospitals, specialists and/or oncologists are most likely in your future as well. I mean... seriously... it's not like too many get to go through life all happily ever after and then suddenly one day your power switch just gets turned off.
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    Did I ever say I was immortal? You seem pretty sure that you'll make 80 or 90yrs well over the average these days. And I never said I was carb free. See that's what I mean people jump to the conclusion that it's no carb, high protein etc etc. But they're happy to believe you can put on a 'special ointment', drink a 'special tea' and buy another medication but if you say it's proven because of x, y and z it's the usual, "I'm not giving up this or that." Just amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoffy View Post
    Did I ever say I was immortal? You seem pretty sure that you'll make 80 or 90yrs well over the average these days. And I never said I was carb free. See that's what I mean people jump to the conclusion that it's no carb, high protein etc etc. But they're happy to believe you can put on a 'special ointment', drink a 'special tea' and buy another medication but if you say it's proven because of x, y and z it's the usual, "I'm not giving up this or that." Just amazing.
    I have examined your condition and have come up with the following diagnosis:

    An acute case of self-righteous pontificatus

    This chronic condition can be treated with a generous dose of humble pie (with extra sugar and flour of course)


    FYI... I happen to be Canadian and the median life expectancy for males is 81.24 years, and come from a family where the average male life expectancy is 90+ so was merely going by the data at hand

    Lastly... you're the one who mentioned: "...Not eating any bread, pasta, rice etc." which sounds pretty carb free to me

    In any event, I wish you all the best with your course of treatment.

    "Just amazing" back at ya ;-)

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    Oh a Canadian, well maybe you can research Dr Jay Wortman, a fellow Canadian, you might listen to what his views are and not take mine. While your at it research what carbs are and not just the ones on your coco pops box 😆

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    For every Dr jay Wortman there will be Drs A, B and C... who will disagree so who really cares?

    Like I said... I like my carbs... very tasty

    Now please pontificate elsewhere because I am the brick wall you are beating your thick head against

    Night night
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    I like bread
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    I like bacon & eggs

    And bread.

    And other things.
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    Must say those maple glazed espresso bacon strips look divine. Cant wait to make some!

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoffy View Post
    I've dropped over 23kg and kept it off for two years now
    Had to smile at this, I've never been over weight in my life, let alone 23 kg over, that's 50+ pounds, well into obese territory, full marks for doing something about it.

    Never ceases to amaze me how converts of any type claim to have seen the light and feel compelled to preach their particular brand of horse hockey to any poor sole unfortunate enough to be at their mercy.

    Who woulda thunk that a thread about the pleasures of the occasional meal of bacon and eggs would have ended up with a self righteous lecture about the outlandish benefits of fad diets.

    Perhaps you would like to enlighten us with a little more information re your work in the health industry over the past 20 odd years, along with your particular field of expertise?

    Now, as well as bacon and eggs I have a passion for Italian food, particularly pasta in its many and varied forms.

    Pasta.jpg
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    Well I had a couple of pieces of pizza and a couple of beers two days ago and have been fighting the reflux ever since. It wasn't the comment about the eghs and bacon, it was the ignorant comments following that. Eat it everyday and don't feel bad as thats not the crap that'll give you heart disease.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoffy View Post
    Well I had a couple of pieces of pizza and a couple of beers two days ago and have been fighting the reflux ever since. It wasn't the comment about the eghs and bacon, it was the ignorant comments following that. Eat it everyday and don't feel bad as thats not the crap that'll give you heart disease.
    I don't think you're gonna win this one stoffy. People wanna do what they wanna do for a variety of reasons - it's easy, they like it, the alternative is harder, they think they're doing the right thing, they don't care.... I try not to get too upset about what other people do and just be happy with what I'm doing. In the past I've been a smoker, a heavy drinker, a drug user, painkiller dependent, and at times not the best eater either. Although I was never fat and barely overweight, but definitely out of shape at times.
    For well over 30 years I ate a typical diet, everything in moderation. It's only in the last 12-18 months that I've made changes and only because I experienced some health problems. So I don't feel I'm in a position to preach to people. Until very recently I was always very skeptical when people I knew 'cut out sugar' or went 'low carbs' as I truly believed in 'everything in moderation' and as I exercised lots (apart from a few periods of my life) I thought I was fine.
    As I said it's taken some health issues and a series of other coincidences for me to make a change so others aren't going to change by me telling them to. I can't even get my wife to make any changes and she's seen first hand the improvement in me!! But I do encourage other CSers to consider an alternative truth. Do some of your own research and draw your own conclusions. It's a minefield out there and everyone has an agenda, so there's no absolute truth. Science is almost as bad as religion when it comes to getting agreement between factions. The only thing that makes it better is they don't kill (many) people in the name of a cause and they do regularly challenge the status quo.
    My final point is this - if the answer to the USA's gun problem was more guns, wouldn't they be already be the safest country in the world?
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