Episode 019: Filipino Foods to Add to Your Meal Rotation

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LCHF Family 019: Filipino Foods to Add to Your Meal Rotation Released: October 19, 2017 Many people are at a loss when they switch to low-carb, high-fat eating because they can no longer make many of the meals their family loved to eat! Taking the time to look beyond the "obvious" examples of various ethnic foods to the lesser known stars of different cultural cuisines can be a book help in boosting our list of "go to" recipes. In the first of an ongoing, occasional series about ethnic foods, Anne and Adam share some of their favorite LCHF Filipino foods. These have all been family favorites in their household for years now. Meals they recommended were lumpia, adobo, sinigang, Bicol express, crispy pata, and tinola. All are either already LCHF, or can be made LCHF with simple modifications mentioned in the episode. Rather than linking directly to specific recipes, we encourage you to look through the examples of these recipes on the following sites. You may find a recipe on one site better suited to your family's taste than the example on another site. Also, while you poke around, you may be inspired to try a recipe not mentioned on the show! Filipino Recipes seems to have covered all the basics of Pinoy cookery, with a picture by each food listed. It's a great place to start! My Filipino Recipes has a photo paired with every listing, so you can get a sense of the food before you click through. Very convenient for first timers! Panlasang Pinoy has lovely photos accompanying the recipes, as well as an index on the "recipes" tab that allows you to click through to recipes grouped by ingredient or type of food. Also, this site includes many options beyond the basics, if you are feeling adventurous! You may have a hard time finding a few of the ingredients in some of the recipes in your local supermarket. Try your nearest Asian market, or check out these links: Tamarind paste. (This may seem pricey, but a little goes a long way!) Coconut aminos. (For those avoiding soy.) Calamansi juice. (Not required, but it's pretty common to squeeze a teaspoon or so over many Filipino foods, especially grilled meats. One bottle will last a long time! Store it in the freezer to make it last!) Many thanks to Lee Rosevere at Free Music Archive for the music we use in the podcast! Be sure to subscribe to the podcast through iTunes or your podcatcher of choice so new episodes arrive automatically. For more support, like and follow the community on Facebook, and check out our website! Assume any links in the show notes that go to business sites are affiliate links. Purchasing things you find at those links helps us pay for hosting fees and equipment for the podcast. You can see a list of our partners on the Support the Show page.

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