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Food and tools that you will find in my kitchen.
Health & Fitness
Keto Products that I use daily.
This is the coffee that I drink every morning. After my first cup, I switch to regular K-cups and use C8 MCT Oil Powder as creamer.
Nuticost C8 MCT Oil Powder
I use this powder as a creamer in my non-keto K-cups. C8 MCT Oil is the one thing my doctors encouraged me to use to help increase my brain/memory functions.
This is the regular coffee that I drink. Depending on my mood, I use regular, half-calf, and decaf.
I am writing a blog post about my Keto Zone journey. But, this is the doctor and plan that my doctor recommended.
I have used e-meals for years. Keto is just one of the food plans they offer. I mainly use it for ideas when I draw a blank as to what to fix for supper.
A Keto Recipe Book Based on Southern Cooking
I stumbled upon this book on Amazon. I purchased the Kindle edition. This book is packed full of good ole comfort food. Give it a try.
One of the meal plans that I use eMeals. I use their Keto plan.
They advertise “One Subscription, Endless Variety.” You gain access to their entire range of healthy recipes crafted and curated by a professional food team and registered dietitians with a subscription.
Their plans include the recipes and a shopping list. In addition, based on your area, you can shop and get delivery of your groceries. Here is a list of the available stores that eMeals works with:
- Amazon Fresh
They have lots of meal plans. Here is a list of some of the plans:
- Quick and Healthy
- Clean Eating
- Budget Friendly
- Low Carb
- 30 Minutes
- Low Calorie
- Kid Friendly
- Gluten Free
- Heart Healthy
More Food and Tools
These are the kitchen tools that I use almost every day.
Coffee is a necessity in the Moreo home. But, our tastes differ. I use a Keurig, and Mike uses a Mr. Coffee.
My 7-year old Keurig 2.0 bit the dust. So, I recently purchased a basic model-Keurig K-Classic Coffee Maker, Single-Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Brewer, 6 to 10 oz. Brew Sizes, Black. I love it—the machine cycles off after two hours of non-use.
Mike likes his drip coffee. So I also buy the basic 12-cup coffee pot for him too.
Recently, my old microwave bit the dust. My friend and fellow blogger, Gina/ GinaRaeMitchell.com, recommended a Panasonic Genius Sensor Microwave. My old microwave was a lot smaller. I love my new larger Microwave-Panasonic Microwave Oven NN-SN936B Black Countertop with Inverter Technology and Genius Sensor, 2.2 Cubic Foot, 1250W.
Crock-Pot Casserole Slow Cooker
For the two of us, this casserole slow cooker works great. Since it is a rectangular shape, you can spread your meats out for more even cooking.
Read my product review on this slow cooker.
In 1999, I purchased a ProLine series, Kitchenaid Mixer. It is a 5-quart/10-speed Heavy Duty Stand Mixer. I have several attachments, too. The one I use the most is the pasta roller and cutter set. (Check out my egg noodle recipe.) The only thing I wish is that mine was on a tilt stand. They are a lot more colorful nowadays. Mine is dark grey.
Pots and Pans
Nonstick Frying or Saute Pan
I use a nonstick skillet for most of my egg cooking and any food that I don’t need to crisp. These copper pans work well.
I prefer a heavy stockpot for cooking stews, spaghetti sauce, roasts, and soup. My stockpot is enameled cast iron.
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Fun Food and Tools
Holiday Time is Cookie Time
You are never too old to enjoy baking cookies. Or, if you are into needle felting, these molds will increase your felting fun.
I sold Ann Clark cookie cutters in my yarn shop and believe they are the best cookie cutter.
Ann Clark is family-owned and the cutters are Made in the USA. They are America’s largest cookie cutter manufacturer, offering more than 2,400 shapes for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and any occasion. Proudly made in America from US steel. Their family tradition began with Ann Clark in 1989. Today, son Ben Clark continues to operate the business in Vermont.
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