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Low Carb World Tour

Low Carb Worl Tour
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You won't find recipes for steak with salad or an amazing salad with turkey breast here. If you don't know how to cook a steak, you can go or similar. They have 13,000 steak recipes. (Unbelievable, isn't it? I wonder if they're all different?) Also, I don't really find it helpful to copy recipes from somewhere and just leave out the potatoes.

I trust my readers' creativity, so most of the recipes I've shared here are specifically low-carb and should be a jumping-off point for you to develop your own low-carb kitchen. They are mainly about how to create satisfying low-carb versions of traditional foods like bread, and also how to satisfy your sweet tooth on a low-carb diet. In addition, we've tried to include tips for dealing with special low-carb ingredients like almond flour or gluten.

The First Ever Low-Carb Christmas Stollen

A real Christmas stollen requires a heavy dough. Since yeast must have carbohydrates to work, we'll use our tried and true trick for preparing low-carb dough once again. To start, mix approx. 30 g normal wheat flour with 4 packets of dry yeast. After adding 300 ml_(1 1/2cup) warm milk and stirring thoroughly, place the mixture in the oven at 120° F ( 50° C) for half an hour and let the yeast do its work. In the meantime measure out 600 g_(24 oz) almond flour, 200 g_(8 oz) gluten, and 200 g_(8 oz)…


Swiss Brownies

In my opinion, brownies are the most delicious "calorie bombs" out there! Last week, in exchange for my stollen recipe, Dr. Kämmerer from Würzbug sent me a recipe for Swiss chocolate cake. Since I didn't have the right cake pan the first time I made the recipe, I used my silicone muffin molds instead. The result (totally unplanned!) was low-carb brownies, just as good as regular American brownies. The Swiss addition of cherry brandy gave them a special twist! 6 Brownies Batter: 200…



If you've been reading this site for a while, you won't be surprised that one of my life mottos is: "Nothing is impossible!" That said, I couldn't get motivated to make sushi for a long time because my wife doesn't enjoy it. I like it. But a cook wants to be applauded! So for a while, I put off cooking Japanese food. Then recently we saw some beautiful thin smoked salmon fillets in a store, and I put my foot down: "I'm making this and you've got to try some!" I did promise not to make too…


Stir-Fry with Oomph!

My wife always jokes that I cook like Max Inzinger, a famous TV chef from the 1970s. One of his peculiarities was that when he cooked he had hundreds of little jars arranged in front of him. The jars contained all the ingredients he needed, already cleaned and chopped and ready to use. If he needed diced onions: Ta-da! There's the onion jar! It made cooking look easy and even relaxing. I do the same thing. First I get all my ingredients ready, and then I put them in separate containers. It makes…


Stir-Fry Variations

It seems like one of the first dishes ever low-carb fan attempts is a vegetable stir-fry. Good olive oil, tomatoes, pepper, green onions,'s delicious even without sauce. But if you eat it too often, it will get boring. That's what happened to us, and so stir-fry gradually disappeared from our menu. After two years on our low carb diet my wife said she missed it, so we went back to eating stir-fry. The problem was, I found it a little boring to cook, too. The compromise: I was allowed…


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