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Staying Keto on a River Trip, reminder: get your electrolytes

Last week I went on a 4 day Grand Canyon river rafting trip. It was really cool. I went to spend some time with my dad who was doing a Night Photography workshop – I didn’t have nearly as good of a camera as the other photographers, plus it was the first time I was actually shooting milky way photos instead of just holding the lights. I still got a few really cool shots:

If you want to kill some time there’s a photo album of all the various photos and videos I took. I also had a GoPro strapped to my chest taking a photo every 10 seconds that I later correlated with the GPS tracks. There are 3200 photos between album 1, and album 2. It’s a bit easier to watch as a hyperlapse video.

Going into all this I was worried about what I would be able to eat. I put on the sign-up form in the dietary restrictions section that I was on an “Atkins diet” (meh, it’s easier to explain than Keto and essentially I’m just continually doing the induction phase of Atkins, so whatever). The reply I got was:

Thank you for sharing your dietary restriction of “Atkins diet” with us.  Please review our menu below which does have many options that should fit your dietary needs.  Feel free to bring additional food items to supplement if needed.  When bringing supplemental items you will want to ensure that it would not require any special preparation or use of our cooking facilities.  Due to the demands on the guides they are not able to accommodate special requests.

OK, I can understand that. I looked over the menu and decided I would make whatever was available work. Worst case scenario I would just do intermittent fasting: eat when keto food is available and skip eating when it’s not. My dad (also doing keto) brought along a few cartons of Trader Joe’s shelf-stable whipping cream so we could make Keto Chow on the river. Here’s how it went down:

Day 1: Keto Chow for Breakfast. I had another one ready for lunch and decided to drink it early (at like 10) so I wouldn’t have to worry about keeping it cold. Lunch at the ranch was meat and cheese for sandwiches. I didn’t know what dinner was going to be so I ate some meat on a cheese sandwich. There was a guy named Leon from Australia that saw me eating it and asked if I was doing Keto or something… wait, what? Yeah, he had been doing keto for a few months but had stopped for their trip. I tell you: the day is fast approaching where I won’t have to explain my way of eating! Dinner that night was a bunch of carbs plus some roast beef grown there on the ranch. Only had salt and pepper, so I ate some of that too.

Day 2: Bacon, eggs, and carbage for breakfast, I had the bacon and eggs =) Lunch was on the river and was tuna salad cones (which I later adapted for my own use). I piled up some tuna and mayo onto cheese. The funny thing was others in the group were starting to copy us and skip the bread: “If they can eat the center of the sandwich then so can I!” Dinner was spaghetti and garlic bread. There was really nothing I could eat so my dad and I split a carton of whipping cream and had Keto Chow for dinner. Two of the guides are sisters and their mom was put on a ketogenic diet by her doctor so they knew what was up. They said their mom had a hard time finding keto food and sticking with the diet – I happen to have something that helps with that =).

Day 3: Bacon, eggs, and carbage for breakfast, I had the bacon and eggs =) Meat and cheese for lunch again (mostly cheese), more people skipping the bread. Dinner was steak and shrimp (plus some other stuff I didn’t care about).

Day 4: Big sausages, eggs, and carbage for breakfast, I had the sausage and eggs =) Lunch was a sandwich in the bus back to Las Vegas (I gave away the brownie, chips and got an extra mayo packet for my cheese and meat).

I felt like I was doing rather well sticking to my diet. I had been overdoing it on the protein a bit but I was still keeping the carbs down probably between 20-50g (yes that’s wide margin). BUT my electrolytes were getting low. I started to really feel it on the morning of the 4th day. An abnormally high requirement for Magnesium runs in my family and I had only brought 4 Magnesium Malate pills. My normal diet of Keto Chow for most meals makes that more than sufficient but that morning I was starting to feel cramps in my thighs, calves and other large muscles. I also had a headache growing and was feeling pretty tired. I had planned a bit ahead and brought along a bag of “Real Salt” that had some potassium chloride mixed in as well – I mixed about 2 teaspoons of that into some tepid water I had in my bottle and drank it. It was way saltier than I normally like but it REALLY tasted good: yep I was definitively low on salt. A few minutes later I felt just fine.

Day 0 of the trip, as we rounded a corner and saw Las Vegas off in the distance, I realized I was in Dave Feldman’s home turf. It was too late to hang out with him that night but we arranged to meet up after returning to civilization. We ended up at a Jason’s Deli having a very early dinner. Dave was doing another of his n=1 experiments on himself so his food was… uncharacteristic =) I’ll not spoil the surprise when he reveals his next results. Suffice it to say that he normally eats 3000 calories/day to maintain his weight and was currently gaining weight on 2000 calories/day because he was eating differently. He is sharing some advance info about his experiments over on his Patreon page though. I will report that Dave took photos of all his food so I didn’t get the $100 bounty prize for anybody that catches him not taking a photo before he eats.

Dave has gotten a lot of unjustified criticism from lipidologists (who, frankly, should have been the ones making the discoveries he is finding but they have too much invested in the current model to admit to being so terribly wrong). He is absurdly methodical with the way he does his testing and not only tracks, but takes a freaking picture of what he eats AND a picture of anything he doesn’t finish too – just in case there’s a potential question about his methods. He also declares his hypothesis PUBLICLY before doing a test instead of crafting the narrative to fit the results he likes.

Anyhow, it was a really fun conversation and totally worth the detour.

I tried to find some magnesium supplement pills when we stopped in Mesquite, but all of them were magnesium oxide. Effectively worthless as the least bioavailable form of magnesium. I dosed up on Magnesium at 2 A.M. when I got home and felt just dandy when I woke up 3 hours later to get the kids ready for school (my awesome wife left for the Kansas City Low Carb conference while I was on my way home).

Keto Clarity Academy – Keto Coaching

While we were in Austin for Keto Con we met a bunch of really awesome people. Among those were the team doing Keto Clarity Academy.

If you’re somewhat seasoned in all things Keto you will likely have come across the book Keto Clarity by Jimmy Moore and Dr. Eric Westman. Really good stuff and one that the Ketovangelist recommended on a recent Book Recommendations podcast.

Jimmy, along with his wife Christine Moore, Julie Jordan, & Melanie Miller, are the leadership for a new service offering keto coaching. I’ll go ahead and steal their own description:

KETO Clarity Academy is a professional keto lifestyle school specializing in helping clients achieve their personal goals and improving their health gains, knowledge of the science of a ketogenic lifestyle and success. The scope of our business offerings covers areas such as KETO Lifestyle Coaching, personal improvement coaching, motivation, weight loss, online coaching, personal accountability offerings and health coaching.

We are in business to help the everyday average person that is struggling with health issues, weight gain and needs a clearer understanding of why their body is not responding to diets.

Our goal is to teach simple, practical ways to implement a whole-foods, nutritional ketogenic diet for optimizing weight-loss and health.

This video does a good job explaining what they offer:

You can also check out an (admittedly goofy) Facebook Live video that Melanie and Jimmy did to announce the project. They also have a Facebook page.

So, if you think they would be of help to you on your Keto journey, I recommend you check them out. We’ve interacted quite a bit with Melanie and Julie since KetoCon and my personal take is that they are deeply committed to helping people succeed at Keto. They’ve experienced many of the problems first hand and know how to help. From what they’ve said, the entire impetus for starting this was they wanted to be able to directly help people and previous programs they worked with didn’t allow for that as freely as they would like.

Anecdote time: At Keto Con we had 3 different people who were working at the convention and not doing Keto that really keyed onto Keto Chow (because, frankly, it tastes awesome!): an Austin City police officer doing security detail drank a half dozen “sample” cups for his breakfast, the Director in charge of the presentations and streaming actually bought a week bag after trying it, and a custodian lady tried Keto Chow and had been listening to many of the presentations. The custodian was an exceptionally nice and very humble woman that said her doctor said she absolutely needed to lose weight, after hearing what she did at the conference she said that she wanted to give Keto a try. Melanie and Julie heard that and jumped right in, offering to coach her for a severely reduced rate due to her financial circumstances. The Keto Clarity Academy team appears to sincerely care about helping people change their lives.

By | 2017-09-13T12:45:03+00:00 September 13th, 2017|Categories: Keto Chow, Ketogenic, On Tour, Weight Loss|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Keto Chow at KetoCon 2017

This entry is part 184 of 186 in the series Ketogenic Soylent

I’ve attended, and even worked, booths at a fairly large number of trade show/conferences. This marks the first one I’ve ever PAID for. We really had a lot of fun, met some awesome people, and raised awareness of Keto Chow. Because of the number of photos, I’m going to point you over to this Google Photos gallery. All 4 of us at the conference were able to pop our photos into a shared pool, worked really well to gather them all up =)

Looks like next year Keto Con will be August 24-26, 2018. I’m guessing we’ll be there!

By | 2017-09-06T08:09:43+00:00 September 6th, 2017|Categories: Keto Chow, On Tour|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Keto Chow at the “Zombie ApocEclipse”

This entry is part 182 of 186 in the series Ketogenic Soylent

Yesterday we packed up enough food (Keto Chow =), water, cash, fuel, and portable toilets to last for at least a day and drove to Idaho to watch the Eclipse. To start: yeah, it was totally worth it. If you’re around in 2024 or 2045, do not miss the next one!

We left at 02:19 and arrived at our destination just before 6 AM in Terreton, Idaho. We had originally planned to go to the exact center-line of the path of totality in the middle of nowhere but after talking with my dad, who was doing a photography workshop for the eclipse in Wyoming, we decided to use his “backup location” and try for either the High School (which was blocked off), or a church (which wasn’t blocked off, had a nice lawn to sit on, was free, AND had a bathroom we were able to use) – so we went to the church =).

The orange in the map above is when we were driving faster than 70 miles per hour (112 kph) – which actually made up the majority of the trip. In all we drove 666 miles over 11 hours and 33 minutes. If we had tried to go home through Idaho Falls it probably would have taken just as long (or longer) – and we got to see Craters of the Moon National Monument as well.

Anyhow, how does Keto Chow fit into this? I brought along 8 meals of Keto Chow in a cooler, enough to last myself and my wife for 4 meals each. We ended up having two each. They were easy to pack and I didn’t have any worry at all about finding keto friendly food. Salted Caramel was quite tasty after a morning spent waiting for the eclipse!

This is the shortened version of the 360 video I recorded yesterday – only 4 minutes long. Covers about a minute before totality, totality and just after.

By | 2017-08-22T07:23:03+00:00 August 22nd, 2017|Categories: Keto Chow, Ketogenic, On Tour, Soylent|Tags: , , , , , |2 Comments

Ketofest was a blast

This entry is part 179 of 186 in the series Ketogenic Soylent

We returned from Ketofest yesterday morning, very early yesterday morning, from Connecticut by way of New York City. There were the usual multiple hour delays, both coming and going – at least my traveling companion was enjoyable to be with =). We attended Ketofest just as regular people, rather than trying to be a vendor – which was a good thing as it let us learn from others. That said, it was impossible to miss us: the Keto Chow t-shirts were a bit obvious

The “Keto Food Pyramid” was something I put together a few months ago, planning to put it on the back of a shirt – but the project kinda died with all the problems we had with Keto Chow 2.0 production. Last week I decided it would be a good idea to have them for Ketofest, so I ordered 6 (3 for each of us) from Vistaprint and had them before the end of the week; though at $18 each (delivered) they’re not really viable for selling – we are working on having a couple hundred made with on a dark gray shirt instead of white. We got a lot of compliments on the pyramid and the shirts, it was a good conversation starter though I’m not sure how many people noticed that the base of the pyramid was Keto Chow =)

We did bring a bunch of chocolate Keto Chow samples – they were handy to have when we talked to people about what we do: “here’s my business card, and here’s a sample of Keto Chow – you mix it with heavy cream and it makes a complete meal.”

 

Anyhow – Ketofest. Friday we flew from Salt Lake to JFK (2 hour delay) and then drove to New London, CT. New London was right in the middle between New York and Boston, there were more flight at better times at JFK so we went with that. Fun fact about New London: even on a Friday night, EVERYTHING shuts down at 10 PM – this was a problem because we planned on grabbing some heavy cream on the way. Turns out there was a 24 hour Super Walmart just outside New London but we didn’t find that until Saturday morning. I mixed up some Keto Chow with water, stuck it in the fridge and we went to sleep. Next morning we grabbed some heavy cream, added it to the previously mixed Keto Chow and headed off to Ketofest.

There were some issues with the registration bags (they were sorted by first name – oops!) but we got to meet a bunch of great people and it was surreal having everyone around already know what keto is!

 

Ketofest consisted of 2 days: “Social Saturday” and “Science Sunday”. The majority of Saturday was cooking classes, eating fatty meat (a 250lb pig brought in and roasted by a local pig farm – I can imagine Carl calling the place: “yeah we want the fattest pig you have and when it’s cut up we want ALL the fat left on it, can you bring extra fat?”), and hanging out.

The cooking classes were in a “Maker Space” where you have a commercial kitchen, a wood shop, 3d printers, laser cutters and more (I would have LIVED in a place like that as a kid), it was REALLY hot in there until I plugged in the big fan and got a cross-breeze going. Richard was helping Brenda make her famous pork rind waffles:

We hadn’t signed up to taste the waffles and it was standing room only, but I’ve made them myself so no big loss. They did have left over Smoked Salmon Asparagus Frittata that we got to try (my wife made more last night for dinner!). Fiorella’s Polenta Poppers were good enough that my wife made those last night for dinner too. We left before Richard started his “Pulled Beef 6-ways” where he was doing a speed-run of 6 different uses of frozen pulled beef:

We headed off to the plaza to eat some roast pig

While there we bought some keto bagels and then it was back to the cooking classes, they had some left over beef that was really good, and then we watched how to make some lemon cake (which was fantastic):

Following that, we went on a Segway tour of New London, ate at Hot Rod’s (Cajun dry rub wings for me, prime rib for my wife and a pint jar of bacon for an appetizer). Then it was time for the movie at the Garde Theater:

Ivor Cummings had secured permission for us to watch “The Widowmaker” – he’s been helping David Bobbett (the guy who funded the movie) get the word out. Powerful movie. After the movie I was walking behind a bunch of people who were talking about the science behind the coronary calcification test, they joined up with a bunch of people in the lobby talking science. I saw Dave Feldman so I went to say “Hi” but I didn’t want to interrupt the conversation. I’m glad I didn’t, I was standing in a circle comprised of a veritable cornucopia of doctors, scientists, and nutrition geeks – some of the biggest names in LCHF: Ivor Cummings, Jeffry Gerber, Dave Feldman, and some others that I don’t have the face matched up to the name =)

I’m actually a bit sad that I didn’t record the conversation. It’s the sort of thing that should have been a panel discussion with everyone on stage.

The next morning we headed back to the Garde to bask in science. We got to talk to Dave Feldman again, he even posed for a “Keto Chow Group Shot” with his own blender bottle of Keto Chow =)

The speakers were awesome, my wife got to meet Megan Ramos and I got to talk to her husband Angel (who was standing off to the side, eclipsed by the notoriety of Megan, but he’s doing some cool stuff in nutrition too!). There was some excellent food to be had and I would have loved to stay and see all the presentations but we had to drive back to New York and Google was saying it was a 2-3.5 hour drive (that’s a pretty large window!) ended up being about 2.75 – but don’t worry: the plane sat at the gate for an extra hour waiting for a fuel form!

I had 2 samples of Keto Chow left in my cargo pockets. The driver of the parking shuttle saw our Keto Chow shirts and asked us what that was about, said he was always having a hard time finding keto food he could eat that was easy and portable (ha, seriously?!). He got those last two samples =)

By | 2017-07-18T21:47:17+00:00 July 18th, 2017|Categories: Keto Chow, Ketogenic, On Tour|Tags: , , , |2 Comments

Camping, Podcasts, Ketofest, and Flavor Poll

This entry is part 177 of 186 in the series Ketogenic Soylent

My awesome wife reminded me that I hadn’t posted any “cool stuff” in a while – there’s a reason for that =) I blew through 8 days of vacation in a single pay period, it was fun (I should have grown a beard!).

Last week I spent 4 days at various “forest activities”: 3 days at 11 year-old boy scout camp with my oldest boy, then 1 day with both my boys at the annual “Father and Son’s” campout, both had no cellular signal – meaning no Internet, no NOTHING. Keto-wise the campouts were fairly easy: I just brought along Keto Chow for breakfast and lunch in a cooler, on Tuesday I actually had 5 meals packed in the cooler because we were going to be staying the night. When it was meal time, everybody would have to dig out the stoves and clean up after – I just grabbed a blender bottle and drank it. Cleanup involved rinsing the bottle out (and later running it through the dishwasher when I got home). Easy-peasy, nailed my macros effortlessly. Here’s a sperical photo of pitching tents (drag around the photo for fun):

The week before that was spent with my wife’s family at Yellowstone National Park. We try to do a trip with them every year, even if it’s just for a day or so, and none of her family had ever been to Yellowstone. Instead of getting a bunch of hotel rooms in West Yellowstone, we opted to rent a house in Island Park and split the cost – ended up like $165 per person for the entire week. We had (really slow) Internet when we were at the house but nothing in the park. Again, I had Keto Chow, but I was using Hydroflask bottles so I wouldn’t need a big cooler, it worked exceptionally well!  The photo below was taken at “Norris Geyser Basin” when we were eating lunch, everybody else had sandwiches – I had Chocolate Peanut Butter Keto Chow =)

So let’s talk about some cool stuff: Some of the podcasts I’ve been listening to. The one I just finished was the “Salt Fix” episode by 2 Keto Dudes. Really interesting stuff about salt – I’m going to grab the book  and I already ordered some Redmond salt (which is coincidentally from Utah, but way South of where I live) – I got the coarse stuff because I want to use that with a salt grinder and for the “salt on the tongue” thing while fasting that Carl talked about in the episode. The mineral analysis for Redmond salt can be found here.

Fun anecdote about Redmond Salt. My dad knew a guy when he was in Texas/Arkansas who was from Redmond Utah, when people would ask the guy about his history he would report that he had saved up money by “working in the salt mine” – said it with a straight face too. The working conditions, even back then were actually descent but it sounded pretty ominous =)

I also have been catching up on the KetoVangelist Podcast – the “Low Carb Cruise” episode was pretty interesting, especially the story of the lady apologizing. I’ve seen that sort of thing myself and it’s frustrating to know I could help but don’t want to push people, it’s really something they need to WANT to change for themselves. How do you let people know you have a fix without being pushy? There’s the key I guess. Anyway, I don’t think I would need to work very hard to convince my wife to go on the May 2018 Low Carb cruise – except our kids would still be in school for another 2 weeks, that’d make it a little difficult =(

Anyway, the penultimate item is regarding KetoFest in July (not to be confused with Keto Con – which is in September). The “upper management” (myself and my wife) will be attending KetoFest – we’re not going as vendors or anything, just as regular people. If you’re going you should give us a fist-bump or something =) While we’re out of town, the same excellent people who kept everything running whilst we were in Yellowstone will be making sure orders go out and everything is dandy.

And finally, I’m playing around with a bunch of flavors for Keto Chow 2.1 – what flavors do YOU think would be best to bring out first? (you can vote for 2)

Flavors we should try for v2.1 (vote for 2)

  • Chocolate Mint (9%, 27 Votes)
  • Key Lime Pie (9%, 27 Votes)
  • Smores (8%, 26 Votes)
  • Rootbeer Float (8%, 25 Votes)
  • Cinnamon bun (7%, 22 Votes)
  • Chocolate Toffee (Heath) (7%, 21 Votes)
  • Raspberry Cheesecake (7%, 20 Votes)
  • Lemon Bars/Pie (7%, 20 Votes)
  • Orange Cream (6%, 19 Votes)
  • Blueberry Cheesecake (6%, 18 Votes)
  • Maple Waffle (5%, 16 Votes)
  • Pumpkin Spice Caramel (5%, 14 Votes)
  • Butterscotch (4%, 13 Votes)
  • Eggnog (4%, 11 Votes)
  • White Chocolate (3%, 9 Votes)
  • Snickerdoodle (2%, 7 Votes)
  • Caramel Apple (2%, 6 Votes)
  • Black Licorice (1%, 3 Votes)
  • Cherry (1%, 3 Votes)

Total Voters: 157

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By | 2017-06-20T15:48:02+00:00 June 20th, 2017|Categories: Keto Chow, Ketogenic, On Tour|0 Comments

Sometimes it’s just easiest to fast!

This entry is part 156 of 186 in the series Ketogenic Soylent

It’s February… again. That must mean it’s time for the #rootstech conference. Like last year, the last several days we’ve been setting up computers and the rest of the week (through Saturday) we’re running computer labs. Every year I’m always faced with the decision of what to do for food since there’s not any food at the conference that’s not carbs, carbs, carbs, with a little protein and fat. I can either bring Keto Chow in HydroFlasks, or I can just not worry about eating and Intermittent Fast instead – eating all my food when I get home. Today I’m opting for the fasting approach because sometimes it’s easier to not eat anything. I’ll be drinking water throughout the day and I have a bunch of Keto Chow at home for when I get done… at whatever time that is. I might drink 3 shakes or I might drink one and then melt a bunch of cheese and eat it with a fork.

By | 2017-02-08T09:22:04+00:00 February 8th, 2017|Categories: Keto Chow, Ketogenic, On Tour|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Keto Chow branded Blender Bottles now available in 10 colors

This entry is part 151 of 186 in the series Ketogenic Soylent

I’m happy (my wife is even happier!) to announce that we now have 10 colors of Keto Chow branded 28 oz. Blender Bottles (actual, genuine, Blender Bottles – not cheap knock offs) in stock and available. This comes after about 2 weeks of delays due to holidays and snowstorms. They all look pretty awesome with the Keto Chow logo. We’ve had black ones with the logo for a while but reserved those for the “Sample all the things” flavor sampler, now anyone can get them in a wide variety of colors:

We still have around 20 of the regular Pink Blender Bottles without the Keto Chow logo. We don’t have to observe the “minimum advertised price” rules with the ones that have our logo on them, but the plain ones can’t be advertised for any less than $7.79 – but if you order some and add coupon code PINKBB you might see that price drop $2.

By | 2017-01-05T13:26:49+00:00 January 5th, 2017|Categories: Keto Chow, On Tour, Preparation, Site or Store Stuff|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Keto at a Conference, round 2

This entry is part 144 of 186 in the series Ketogenic Soylent

A year ago I detailed how I used HydroFlask insulated containers to keep my Keto Chow nice and cold while I was attending classes at the DreamForce Conference in San Francisco. I did it again a few months ago when I used a similar tactic on a trip to DisneyLand. Well, last week was DreamForce again – but this time, I had a new trick in my arsenal: Keto Chow muffins. I used the “brownie” recipe since it makes nice, substantial, muffins that stood up quite well to being in a backpack for a few days. I cooked 12 meals worth a day before I left and froze them so they would last longer out of the fridge. When we reached the AirBNB (that was half way to San Jose, it was nuts) I put my bags of muffins in the fridge along with the Trader Joe’s shelf-stable whipping cream.

For liquid Keto Chow, I brought along 4 days worth of Cookies & Cream in day packs – made for easy transport and since I was mixing up 3 blender bottles at a time, I used a carton of cream and a day pack of Keto Chow in their entirety each time. The blender bottles would go in the fridge for overnight chilling and most of the time I just kept it in the blender bottle and had that for breakfast with 2 meals worth of the muffins in ziploc bags in my backpack (along with keto snacks). Here’s my backpack ready for a day of class:

Ready for Class

The muffins were nice and flexible since they should last unrefrigerated for at least 3 days. If I ended up having something keto at a restaurant, the muffins would go back into the fridge when I got home for the next days’ meals. In all, it worked out great: I stayed in ketosis, didn’t gain any weight on the trip, and didn’t have to worry about meals. This last point was really important as our AirBNB sucked for finding a place to eat. One of the guys I was traveling with ended up having several of my muffins on several occasions rather than going out for food after a long day walking around.

I ate Keto Chow in class, in line, walking down the street, I even ate two of the muffins on Alcatraz island (in the area where food is permitted, naturally).

By | 2016-10-14T07:17:50+00:00 October 12th, 2016|Categories: Keto Chow, Ketogenic, On Tour|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Never fear, I’m packing my own food =)

Attending a class this morning, it lasts 3 days. As expected, the “breakfast” consisted of pastries, juice and other stuff I will not eat. Good thing I have Keto Chow in my backpack (plus a bunch of snacks and stuff)

Ready for Class

I have breakfast and lunch in Hydro Flask insulated containers and dinner is a bag of Keto Chow brownie muffins. I mixed up the liquid Keto Chow last night before going to bed and made the muffins back on Thursday night when I froze them for better travel.

By | 2016-10-14T07:17:50+00:00 October 1st, 2016|Categories: Keto Chow, Ketogenic, On Tour, Soylent|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments