Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Just popping in real quick with a new recipe that I whipped up yesterday. I was away for the weekend, so I did the majority of my meal prep yesterday, including making a batch of these breakfast cookies.
Recently, you might have noticed that I’m really digging rice cakes with peanut butter, banana, and sometimes ground flax for breakfast. It’s simple, delicious, satisfying, and mostly nutritious. I say “mostly” because rice cakes don’t have all that much to them. Sure, they’re low in calories, but, other than that, they’re just puffed air, no real nutrients. I joke that rice cakes are just the means to more delicious and nutritious foods! 🙂
I wanted to amp-up the nutrient profile in my first meal of the day, so I played around in the kitchen and created this recipe that you can prep ahead at the beginning of the week and then just grab and go in the morning – heat in the microwave or just eat with your favorite toppings. These breakfast cookies are also loaded with ground flax, which is perfect for those of you trying seed cycling.
Another great thing about these breakfast cookies is just how “durable” they are. They hold up to heavy toppings, like nut butter and cottage cheese, and don’t explode into a million pieces as you eat it. They’re quite the hearty cookie! 🙂
- 1 cup oats
- 2 scoops collagen (20g)
- 1/4 cup ground flax
- 1/4 melted butter
- 1 egg
- 1 tsp vanilla
Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Combine ingredients in a food processor until well blended. Portion batter into 3 sections and then roll each one into a ball. Flatten ball into a 1/2 inch disk on a prepared baking sheet or silicone mat. Bake for 11-12 minutes. Remove from oven and allow to cool. Pack up for a quick and easy breakfast in the morning (or afternoon snack)!
Makes 3 cookies
Macros: P 14 C 21 F 24
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This week on Episode 391 of the podcast we have guest Tim Larkin. Tim is a defensive tactics and hand-to-hand combatives expert, and author of When Violence is the Answer. As a former military intelligence officer, he was part of a beta group that redesigned how Special Operations personnel trained for close combat. He has a 25 year career where he has trained over 10,000 people in 52 countries in how to deal with imminent violence, including working with groups like the Navy SEALS teams, SEAL Team 6, US Army Special Forces, FBI Rescue Team, and many more.
00:00 – Pre-Intro/Summary
4:02 – Violence is a tool
8:08 – Battling the stigma of violence
15:02 – Teaching children about violence, and the difference of training males and females
18:45 – Antisocial aggression vs asocial violence
22:53 – Legal aspect of self defense, only responding when necessary, and avoidance
23:50 – Tim’s goal with training and informing people
26:40 – Violence has no demographic
29:15 – Training kids
35:32 – Pedophile danger
38:02 – Not sugar coating violence
40:07 – Self Protection is like CPR
41:24 – Competition and combat sports vs Destruction
43:18 – Looking at sports injury data for vulnerabilities
45:35 – Taking advantage of automatic body response to injury
46:50 – Is there efficacy of having previous martial arts training
49:07 – Alphas, the currency of violence, and the Aryan Brotherhood
53:11 – Getting effective first
56:56 – Edged weapons, firearms, and tools
59:21 – Slow deliberate training and deep practice
1:07:00 – How Robb and Tim were introduced, and Robb’s atlatl kill
1:08:15 – Where to find Tim’s work, and 10 week video course with book
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