120: Lindsey Jay And Shelby Malaterre Share Why Europeans Don’t Refrigerate Their Eggs

120: Lindsey Jay And Shelby Malaterre Share Why Europeans Don’t Refrigerate Their Eggs

Registered dietitian Lindsey Jay and Paleo food truck owner Shelby Malaterre join our hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie today in Episode 120 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!”

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WHY WON’T THIS WALMART ICE CREAM SANDWICH MELT IN THE SUN?

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In today’s episode, our co-hosts Jimmy Moore and Dietitian Cassie welcome in a pair of awesome guest friends in and a Missouri-based registered dietitian in Lindsey Jay and an Indianapolis, Indiana-based Paleo food truck owner and operator named Shelby Malaterre from “Caveman Truck” (who appeared in Episode 583 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show” podcast and submitted a recipe used in Jimmy’s new book Keto Clarity). Listen in to hear Jimmy, Cassie, Shelby, and Lindsey give us their thoughts and opinions about some recent health headlines, including a disturbing look at why Walmart’s ice cream sandwiches don’t melt in the sun, how so many consumers are confusing the term “local” with “organic,” how low-carb diets have supposedly gotten things all wrong, a bestselling diet book author does a 180-degree change of his position on consuming dietary fat, why people in Europe don’t refrigerate their eggs and how American eggs would be illegal there, and new stem cell research the can “reverse” heart disease and the surprising diet of the man with atheroschlerosis in the story. Plus, we’ve got an awesome jicama tortilla “rocket” taco recipe from Shelby and a cauliflower taco shell recipe from Lindsey at the end of the show. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk!

DIETITIAN CASSIE’S “UNBRAINWASHING” TERM IN KETO CLARITY

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Lindsey Jay, RD on LinkedIn
Shelby Malaterre from “Caveman Truck”
Shelby on Twitter
Shelby on Facebook
– SECRET HEADLINE: Walmart’s Ice Cream Sandwiches Don’t Melt In The Sun
One in Five Consumers mistakenly thinks local means organic
Carb Controversy: Why Low Carb Diets Have Got it All Wrong
I was Wrong: We Should be feasting on FAT
Why Europeans Don’t Refrigerate Their Eggs
Can Heart Attack Damage Be Reversed?
Shelby’s Jicama Tortilla Tacos
– RELATED PODCAST: The LLVLC Show #583: Paleo Food Truck Owners Shelby Malaterre, Bob Montgomery And June Sinclair

Lindsey’s Cauliflower Taco Shells
3/4 head cauliflower
2 large eggs
1/4 cup chopped cilantro
1 juiced lime (I also zest the lime for more flavor)
Sea Salt (to taste)

1. Preheat over to 375 degrees
2. Cut cauliflower into small uniform pieces, and pulse in a food processor in batches until you get a good consistency. This should make about 2 cups.
3. Place cauliflower in a bowl and microwave for 2 minutes, then stir, and microwave again for another 2 minutes. Then place cauliflower on thin cloth to squeeze as much liquid out as possible.
4. In a different bowl whisk eggs and add in cauliflower, cilantro, lime, and salt. Mix
5. Form mixture into tortillas
6. Bake for 10 minutes, flip tortillas, then bake again for another 5 minutes. Set on cooling rack.
7. Heat a skillet and place a baked tortilla in the pan and brown for 1-2 minutes, flip and repeat.

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