Who Needs Carbs

managing an LCHF lifestyle in Israel


(= kosher le pesach)

For some reason this year’s Pesach cleaning was even easier than last year’s. The advantage of an almost  flour and other grain-less house … 😉

Even shopping was easier – And cheaper! You save a lot when you don’t buy all kinds of “pseudo foods”.

Happy and kosher Passover!

One comment on “KleP

  1. violetadj
    May 7, 2012

    Nice blog!
    Just wanted to mention that ground almonds are the basis of most Passover cookies, which means no flour – a great thing. So, when I have people over for dinner – either during holidays or non-holidays, I make Passover-like deserts. Instead of sugar, I use (very little) Stevia, Splenda or Xylitol. And, people who are not on low-carb like I am seem to be fine with the deserts I serve.
    So, when it comes to deserts in my house, now that I am on a ketogenic diet, it is Passover any time an occasion calls for a desert. That way I don’t alienate friends and family who are not eating low-carb.

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