Consolidated Cooking Methods And Daily Meals
After reading what to eat on bulletproof a lot of people begin searching for ways to cook their meats, what daily meals to eat, and a basic routine to get into to begin living this lifestyle. I am going to share my methods and routines based on my routines of doing this diligently for the last 7 months with 60 lbs lost and feeling/looking the best I have in over a decade. I have vitamins I could add in to be better and I am not perfect in any way I would still take suggestions and fix anything I can this is just what I do!
Wake 1 tsp of salt with 20 oz of water.
8:00 am - 3 tbs of coffee with 4 tbs of butter and 2 tbs of mct oil in a 24 oz cup.
then take vitamins with the coffee:
alpha lipoic acid
(I don't always take my vitamins, some days I skip for this myth or fact of letting the body not get used to or overloaded with the same vitamins)
2:00 pm - 3 poached eggs, 4 slices of bacon, 1 whole avocado.
7-8pm - steak or salmon or ground beef or lamb and assorted veggies steamed covered in butter with salt.
Poached eggs - http://youtu.be/UMiCy8EH1go?t=13s
Bacon - Pan: Put heat on low and cook until slightly done, then flip over and cook for a bit longer. Let bacon only just start to get crispy. Drain and save bacon fat for later cooking and enjoy.
Ground beef - thin layer of water in saucepan, set to low, cover and flip over when bottom half is turning brown. cook till done then drain, season accordingly.
Steak - Same exact way as ground beef.
Salmon - (took this from another bp poster ty!) 1 tbs of butter and 1 tbs of coconut oil in a pan, set on a little over low, skin side down cook for 6-7 mins then flip over and cook an additional 2-3 minutes. Peel the skin and enjoy!
Sweet potatoes - Pan: cut into pieces, then 1 tbs of butter and 1 tbs coconut oil, cook on low covered in a saucepan stirring occasionally until tender.
Low on bp scale- Bake: 375 degrees for 50 minutes, poke holes in the sweet potato and place on cooking sheet first. voila.
Boil: Peel sweet potatoes, cutting them into smaller chunks. Boiling them for ~5-15'ish mins (or until your spoon goes through them easily), then blending them up with some butter (and a bit of water). Makes it easy to portion out, and great for smoothies / shaker cup.
Veggies: Steam or boil, you can saute as well with grassfed butter and or coconut oil.
I will be updating this and posting other methods for each category with all your help peoples! Each method should be short and sweet or provide a link if its too long please! Also of course methods be BP.