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Keto Salted Almond & Coconut Bark

I'd like to thank Vicky and Rami of Tasteaholics for reviewing my new Fat Bombs book and for sharing one of the 100+ keto & paleo recipes! You can find Vicky's review and my Salted Almond & Coconut Bark at Tasteaholics.

Nutritional values (per serving):

1.9 grams 3.2 grams 2.6 grams 15.3 grams 9.6 grams 161 calories
Total Carbs5grams
Fiber3.2grams
Net Carbs1.9grams
Protein2.6grams
Fat15.3grams
of which Saturated9.6grams
Energy (calories)161kcal
Magnesium27mg (7%)
Potassium160mg (8%)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (5%), protein (6%), fat (89%).

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Hi Martina,
I have been following your blog and have bought your cookbook, they are both great and full of lovely recipes.  I am going on holiday next week and would be grateful for any advice on what I can eat fat wise whilst I'm away.  The food is on an all enclusive basis, so buffet style.
Thanks, Karen  

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Thank you very much Karen! I would stick with meat (beware of starchy, sugary gravies and sauces), vegetables (cooked or fresh with olive oil, lemon juice, etc), vegetable salads with cheese, ham, fish or avocados.
You can have a bag of nuts or seeds with you in case you need a quick snack. For breakfast, go for eggs, ham, cheese, bacon, sliced vegetables, spinach or other cooked vegetables, or full-fat yogurt with berries and nuts (if available). If you crave soda, have sparkling water with lemon or lime juice instead - or ice tea (unsweetened or bring your own sweetener such as stevia).
You can have coffee with cream - avoid milk, especially the low-fat type. Avoid rice, pasta, bread, sweets, sweetened soda, juices and high-carb fruits. I hope this helps Smile

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Hi Martina,
Thanks very much for taking the time to get back to me. I have ordered your fat bomb recipe book and can't wait to start trying out the recipes! Can you recommend any British websites and books on low carb/keto cooking as the American ones seems to use cup sizes instead of weight as measurements and I'm not sure if there is an accurate way of converting these. Thank you

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Although I don't know many UK bloggers, this one is definitely a great option and includes information in grams: http://amzn.to/2aaTmoY
Here's my Amazon review: I love low-carb cookbooks and this is one of the best. It's full of delicious recipes that are quick and easy to prepare - and the photos are mouthwatering! The first part of the book by Domini is suitable for those who follow a lower-carb approach, while the second part by Patricia is perfect for those who follow a ketogenic (a very low-carb) diet. Apart from recipes (I have to make those kale crackers and raspberry cupcakes!), this book also includes well-researched tips and easy-to-follow diet plans that are perfect for those who are new to the diet.

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I bought that book the other week, it's got some great recipes. Thanks for your help.

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I think I've overdone it with the coconut but it was scrumptious! I actually had to put the rest of it in the freezer to avoid eating more :-D

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Thank you Kathy! Smile

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I added a pinch of cinnamon and macadamia nuts. The texture is perfect, so yummy!

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Thank you, I'm glad you liked it!

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This is absolutely delicious! Book ordered, thank you! Smile

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Thank you so much Mary!

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