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If carbs matter, check out Maury's bread alternative

Maury Lewis says you can add herbs to her food discovery, Cloud Bread:
Linda, have you tried to make cloud bread? Made with 4 room temp. egg yolks beaten with 2oz cream cheese, pinch of salt and one packet of stevia.

Beat the 4 room temp. whites till stiff with 1/2 tsp. cream of tarter.

Fold yolks into whites and scoop out 1/2 cup clouds onto parchment paper on cookie sheets and bake 20 minutes in a 350 preheated oven. One carb per cloud. --Maury Lewis
Comments re photo 74774 Epicurean Kentuckian What a difference fresh herbs make
Maury, I've never heard of Cloud Bread and thank you for sharing the recipe! Speaking from the perspective of someone who loves it but is trying to get by without bread, this sounds incredi'breadable!! -- LW

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Cloud Bread recipe shared by Maury Lewis

2017-09-19 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Maury Lewis.
These may look like bread rolls, but there's no grain in the recipe shared in the accompanying article and how-to for Cloud Bread. Maury Lewis is enjoying success revising her menus to be more healthy, taking off some weight and being able to get off some medicines -- that makes her a health expert in my mind and I'm grateful she's sharing her methods! Click 'read more' below for the recipe. -- LW

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