So I made a board for part of our Christmas meal while we were at the Georgia cabin. My niece that works at Trader Joe’s gave her mom a charcuterie board as a present. I absolutely love the board, but they seem to sell out really fast. (Example)
I need to do a tutorial on the pepperoni flower at some point. It’s super easy to do and really raises your Charcuterie board to the next level. I actually need to figure out how lay out a keto friendly board. The family is going all keto right now except me. I’m happily close to being back to my pre-COVID weight just through cutting back on calories and eating more reasonably.
I’ve got stuff in the freezer for some protein shakes too. Since feeling hungry is a huge part of my issue. I talked a bit about my eating issues with my therapist. He was open about not having experience with “eating disorders” which really shook up my brain. It’s hard to … call my issues an eating disorder. Being fat and having an eating disorder is not really something people accept. People with eating disorders are usually super skinny and etc. But that’s something I just won’t go further into today.
I got my nieces and sister some bamboo cutting boards to do charcuterie on. My SO actually prefers when I just make one on a serving tray because he likes how clean and easy to move around it is. Don’t people usually call charcuterie boards adult Lunchables?
Once I get a keto friendly idea down, I’ll do another post. I’m thinking cucumbers, celery, and other vegetables to substitute for crackers? There’s keto friendly bread? Or I could make some almond meal bread? Or maybe some fathead keto dough? I never do well on keto diets so this is all really hard for me, but I’m hoping this will be the thing that helps my SO.
Any advice is welcome! Thanks for reading, guys.