Hey guys, I lost ~50lbs on an ultra low carb diet (30g/day max) a couple years ago but then slowly gained back 20lbs after transitioning back to a "normal" diet. Problem was, "normal" consisted of me sorta making up for lost time, eating too much of the junk I'd deprived myself of while doing the low-carb thing. So the backslide was predictable. I'm back to lower carb again and I thought it would be cool to have a place where we could share our favorite low-carb meal ideas. To me, the biggest problem with this type of lifestyle is the lack of variety in the foods. "Meat, cheese, repeat" works, but is not the most interesting for most people. Let's cross-pollinate some of the ways we keep ourselves sane! So, what's your favorite low carb food? What do you guys do to keep it interesting? I really missed soup on this diet so I found that I really enjoyed this creamy broccoli soup. I sometimes add a little chicken breast or chorizo slices to give it more substance. Something like 4g net carbs (total carbs minus fiber) per serving. Disclaimer: PLEASE keep the discussion of whether or not low carb has value, or "low carb vs calories in/out", etc, OUT of this thread. PLEASE? Thanks!