basil pesto

Pesto can be a yummy way to get your get your micronutrients as well as high levels of fat at the same time.

This rustic version comes from Jessica Haggard’s Primal Edge Ketogenic Cookbook.

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Simple to make, it contains basil, pine nuts and olive oil with garlic for extra taste and minerals.

The basil and nuts end up being a carrier for the olive oil.

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The table below shows the nutritional data per 500 calorie serving.

net carbs Insulin load carb insulin fat protein fibre
3g 6g 53% 92% 5g 2g

 

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  • Jennifer Wilkinson says:

    Thanks Marty! Love you’re work! Kind regards, Jen.

    Jennifer Wilkinson 0414823034

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  • raphaels7 says:

    pesto goes well with nearly everything 🙂 (especially when home-made by mama)

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