Moved to

This blog started when I first went on the Keto diet but while I stuck with the diet I just didn’t utilize this blog all that much.

Towards the end of last year I decided I wanted to finally put more effort into a recipe-centric website and as a result, I present you:

In the Oven

I won’t be editing this blog (for certain now!) so head on over to my new project.


19 months of Keto and still going strong

I’ve been on Keto now for almost 20 months. It’s really hard to believe that I have stuck with this “diet” for that long. I honestly wasn’t sure it was something I would be able to stick to either as I have never truly dieted in my life. I’ve thought about it plenty of times but never really followed through after the first day.

But here I almost almost 120lbs lighter than I was when I started this small little blog up.

Day #2 of Keto

Officially almost done with day 2 of the Keto diet. It still feels really weird having foods that are high in fat and almost zero carbs. Bacon and eggs for breakfast always seemed like a far worse option than a bowl of cereal or a little container of Yoplait low-fat yogurt.

I don’t miss bread, pasta, rice or potatoes [yet.] But I do kind of miss Milk. I told my mom earlier that I wanted to just pour a gallon of milk over myself. At least Almond Milk is a good substitute for that weird ass craving. I also rarely ever crave sugar but instead crave various meats.

I think this is the one reason that I really wanted to try the Keto diet. I can eat the food I enjoy and I don’t really feel all that hungry afterwards.

Gone are the days of feeling guilty about a beef jerky binge.