Message from Deleted User in Fitness #nutrition
I need to go to the grocery store 👀
Why haven't I subbed this guy yet
this is quality stuff
had some laying around the house already
@Aleis⊕ccidentalis I was confused by that. I thought tempeh didn't have the estrogen problem, but it does. https://www.livestrong.com/article/547762-tempeh-estrogen/ Quote: "...tempeh is fermented, which allows easier digestion of its protein and reduces the harmful affect of its phytic acid. Like all soy products, tempeh contains plant hormones known as phytoestrogens, specifically called isoflavones." So, if you are worried about estrogen, tempeh is not the answer. Whether or not the soy-estrogen question is something to worry about is a different question.
@Algrin "Bailey" Bagley - PA Wow, thanks for the info. I knew fermentation was supposed to solve the issue of phytic acid, but thought it would also reduce the presence of estrogen. And yea, the soy-estrogen question is still up for debate...as far as I know nothing is proven. But I'd still like to keep my intake of soy to a minimum. According to another user on this server, cauliflower is an effective estrogen blocker...
Even though I normally only cook 2 at a time
Makes it easier to flip
6 over easy
Is that the same as fried? I'm always confused on that.
IDK but I cook only the whites. Its best over rice or if you have toast to soak up the yolk.
Have your own eggs.
I plan to once I buy my own land.
Theyre awesome, rich, and good for bardering
Chickens, goats, maybe a cow or sheep
Youd be surprised how far a dozen eggs and some veggies from your garden will go
Id like to raise a couple pigs for slaughter
I get farm eggs from a local
Most of the ones I get are local sourced free range.
I grow kale, brussel sprouts, tomatoes, onions and peppers
Can em and make my own sauce.
Zuchinni for breads.
Tried garlic with little luck
Cuccs for pickels. So fun and fulfilling
If only more people would grow their own food
Im tellin' ya
Honestly I just bake them up and eat then by hand sometimes lol
I would like to grow my own food but know literally nothing. What is a good starting resource