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Slow Carb Cooking – Garlic Pulled Pork

The original recipe appeared in Tim Ferriss’ Slow Carb Cookbook for the Four Hour Body. Photo by stevendepolo Some say Pulled Pork is a form of barbecue, that is commonly slow-cooked using a smoker, a slow cooker or a domestic oven, other say it’s heaven. Tender pieces of pork, shoulder cut (Boston Butt) or mixed cuts, prepared at low heat for several hours. Sound great?! Good, because just because you’re dieting, doesn’t mean you can’t have any. Here’s a nice way to prepare Pulled Pork the Slow Carb way. Active Cooking Time: 15 minutes Total Time : 5 hours Servings: 6-8 Ingredients: 4 lbs pork shoulder 2 Tbsp salt ½ tsp cumin 2 tsp of black pepper 6 fresh garlic cloves, peeled 1 onion 1 bay leaf Juice of one lime The basic seasoning will consist of salt, pepper, cumin. Mix all these together and rub the meat with it. Don’t be too easy with the spices – this i a big chunk of meat and right now it doesn’t taste like much. Use a knife to make some deep but narrow cuts and stick the garlic cloves into the meat. Try to distribute them evenly, so every part of the meat get a bit of the flavour. Leave it like this in the fridge for at least an hour, but better over night. […]

By |December 17th, 2011|Articles|Comments Off on Slow Carb Cooking – Garlic Pulled Pork

Low Carb Foods List

As describer in the Four Hour Body, here's a short list of low carb ingredients you can use for guilt free cooking and eating. Please bear in mind, that even those foods are safe, what you are used to eating it with isn't. Take scrambled eggs for example: a lot of people are used to [...]

By |December 16th, 2010|Articles|Comments Off on Low Carb Foods List

Slow Carb Cooking

Our Body generates most of its energy from sugar. All the food you eat throughout the day are essentially turned into sugar. That's really a good thing and nothing to worry about, as long as the amount of food and the amount of sugar that the body can generate from it doesn't exceed what the [...]

By |December 14th, 2010|Articles|Comments Off on Slow Carb Cooking