Who says it’s difficult to eat out when you’re eating health (Keto, Paleo, Carnivore)?
Actually a lot of people.
So after spending some time thinking of the solution, here’s what I came up with.
Carnivore Food Heirarchy
From most filling to least filling.
- Don’t drink the sauce.
Matty’s Tapsilog place
I live near a Matty’s branch.
I know it’s considered fat food and they use plant-based cooking oil and there’s some sugar in their food but for convenience, I eat here.
I order Tapa, Egg, Dinuguan.
Some days, I order Kaldereta or Nilaga.
Dinuguan is a traditional Spartan dish so it feels great to eat it.
When I feel I need to eat more, I order sisig or barbeque.
Filipino food has a lot of options for canivore. In a lot of cases, I order Nilaga, Sinigang and Bulalo and just skip the vegetables.
Whenever possible, I order Krispy Pata, Liempo, Lechon.
To overcome boredom from eating the same meals over and over again, I order uncommon Filipino foods when available like Papaitan, Dinakdakan and sometimes Sisig.
Sometimes these are not available and I don’t like wasting food so I order Filipino dishes with the least amount of carbs.
I also end up ordering full dishes instead of the rice meal options.
I like roasts because these are convenient and economical.
You pay a little more upfront and you have more servings.
At the time of this writing, a whole roast chicken from Andoks, Baliwag, Ramboys is about 250-270.
I get roast chicken or pork depending on what I feel like eating.
My only problem with eating chicken or beef is I’m usually hungry sooner in the day.
I’m still exploring roast beef options.
I get my Persian fix at Behrouz, Shawarma Snack Center and Uncle Moes and often in that order.
Ox Brain is my primary go-to food. I order two of these.
Keema just ground beef and some tomatoes. I order these or Kebab.
Kebab is just ground beef and some spices. I usually order these or Keema.
Khorma is a Persian version of kaldereta with more spices and I like this a lot.
I order chicken feet and spareribs.
I get asado, lechon macau, or any meat dish.
I just eat the plain beef cuts from Sangyupsal and ocassionally kimchi.
Whenever I feel like eating fresh meat I check the supermarket if they have fresh good quality meat.
If good meat is available, I get ribeye or beef cubes.
I get good quality canned corned beef (don’t get the cheap stuff) or pork rinds from 711.
Japanese food is primarily my cheat meal and is the only place I end up consuming carbs at.
I primarily eat some form of curry rice dish here but it’s not carnivore.
But when I’m at a good place, it’s usually salmon sashimi for me.
If I’m out, I just order the meat dish.
If the price is good, I order steak.
I only get salmon sashimi and beef and lamb at all you can eat buffets.
Thank you for reading.