|In most cases, breakfast is all about the egg. The traditional chef’s toque (tall, white, fluted hat) has 101 flutes that represent the ways to cook an egg. We have pondered for centuries which came first, the chicken or the egg? Eggs are often thought of as a great protein source, but calorically, they contribute more fat than protein. A farm fresh egg can easily be determined by the depth of color of the yolk. I could go on and on about eggs, but I won’t because you are all sick of them!|
|In today’s preparation, I go on the clock to show how to knock out some breakfast prep in no time at all. While this meal isn’t completely balanced according to The Zone, it gives you a good head start and can be balanced with some fruit and a quick spooge of Paleo Mayo.|
|Zone calculations and explanations are included with the full video and recipe, so if you haven’t signed up yet, get on it!|
|Also, I’ll be starting the Super Radical Rib Rub giveaway tomorrow. Every annual subscription in the month of March will receive a free bottle of my rib rub. This is available to existing subscribers as well. I’ll post details on it tomorrow, so be sure to check it out.
Have a great weekend, guys. And be sure to…
|“Keep It Paleo!”|
|(Jesse Kahle is geared up!)
Sesame Orange Peel Chicken
Ingredient List for the Chicken:
“Keep It Paleo!”
For this one, I used 5 pounds of ground turkey. It is pretty lean, but still loses some water weight when cooked, so I give it a 15% weight loss. Would it be cool if we lost 20% just from sweating a little?
So here is the breakdown:
5lbs = 80oz.
80oz. x .85 (15% loss) = 68oz.
68oz. cooked weight divided by 1.5oz (weight per protein block) = 45.33 blocks
45.33 blocks divided by 15 = ~3 blocks protein per portion