“Bacon” from carrots

Check out kentbrew’s flickrstream for instructions on turning carrots into ‘bacon’.

(Note that canola oil is not recommended on the SCD)


4 Responses to ““Bacon” from carrots”

  1. 1 NJ August 16, 2010 at 2:53 pm

    I finally read your whole bio.
    (it’s hard to follow thru nowdays) My life has been on hold for 5 years.
    You are an inspiration. Thank you.
    After 2 years I’m starting to try beans. Can you tell me if these are legal?
    small red beans.
    Black beans
    red lentils?

    • 2 Paul Stocker August 17, 2010 at 1:47 pm


      Thank you for the compliment.

      First of all be sure to prepare beans and lentils according to the instructions in the BTVC book.

      Beans can be confusing, but here’s what I looked up:

      small red beans: I don’t know. A kidney bean is commonly referred to as a red bean, but on the cooks thesaurus bean section (http://www.foodsubs.com/Beans.html) a “small red bean” is different than a kidney bean. I’d advise avoiding.

      black beans: If you mean black adzuki beans (azuki, aduki, asuki) they are illegal. If you mean the black bean also known as black turtle, turtle, turtle soup bean, mexican black bean, spanish black bean, or frijole negro, then it is legal.

      red lentils: Legal. Also known as masoor, masar, mussoor, masur


  2. 3 Lynne August 16, 2010 at 3:18 pm

    How un-techie am I – not sure if you would see my comment on previous post so decided to add this to your newest post. Love your ideas for avoiding tempation – currently researcing and preparing to start SCD in September – the one thing I am/was dreading was no chocolate but then I came across this – makes me more confident that I might be able to stick it

    • 4 Paul Stocker August 17, 2010 at 8:58 am


      I get email notifications of all comments regardless of where they are posted, so fear not.

      Thanks for the props and the link to the “chocolate” recipe on comfy tummy.

      And don’t worry, you can stick with the diet.


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