Top products from r/FrugalKeto

We found 9 product mentions on r/FrugalKeto. We ranked the 7 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/rharmelink · 2 pointsr/FrugalKeto

Pretty much what is in the link. My normal process these days:

  1. Start with this silicon mold
  2. Fold the slices of cheese into quarters (half and half again)
  3. Put two quarters of cheese in each cavity of the mold (total of 3 slices of cheese). I used to take care to spread them out within the mold. It's not necessary. They become molten within the two minutes and cover the cavity anyway. So now I just toss the two quarters in on top of each other. Very simple.
  4. Put mold into microwave for 2 minutes. Some cheeses or thicker slices may require more time.
  5. Pop out and let cool. They'll crisp up as they cool.
  6. Repeat (2) thru (5) as often as desired.

    Instead of a half-slice per cavity, you can also measure it out to about 10 grams of shredded cheese per cavity.
u/THUMB5UP · 1 pointr/FrugalKeto

This one. I love it. WAY better than my gf's and you can easily swap the plastic bowl for a plate and still read the display.

u/guineo87 · 1 pointr/FrugalKeto

This is what we have -- I figured 4700+ reviews on Amazon was good enough for me! lol

It comes with a few pre-cut bags, and I think two rolls, but it isn't too bad. We've mostly vacuumed steaks for sous vide, and we did vacuum up an extra pork loin, and it did the job well enough!

u/MelindaS78 · 2 pointsr/FrugalKeto

We bought this one a few weeks ago. Measures g, ml, lb/oz and fl. oz. we've been pretty happy with it so far and it takes AA batts.

u/PassportSloth · 10 pointsr/FrugalKeto

I usually go with eggs. Lots of eggs. Eggs + HWC + veggies + cheese. Bake in the oven and boom. Quiche for days.

Chicken thighs are almost always on sale and you can do a lot with them. Broil with low cab BBQ sauce, slow cook a curry, bread with pork rinds and fry em up.

This barrel is HUGE and much cheaper than buying 1oz bags at the grocer.

I also buy a lot of ground beef because it's versatile. Tacos, chili, just seasoned over cauli rice, mixed into (you guessed it) eggs.