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I love pasta. My body does not love pasta.
So there is spaghetti squash. It re-heats better than any gluten-free pasta configuration I have tried.
Cutting through a spaghetti squash can count as cardio, so you need a serious knife.
I just heard about cutting it into discs to cook and then twirling out the "noodles".
I think I will try this out, now do I make it with browned butter or sausage and puttanesca sauce?
 

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I love pasta. My body does not love pasta.
So there is spaghetti squash. It re-heats better than any gluten-free pasta configuration I have tried.
Cutting through a spaghetti squash can count as cardio, so you need a serious knife.
I just heard about cutting it into discs to cook and then twirling out the "noodles".
I think I will try this out, now do I make it with browned butter or sausage and puttanesca sauce?
I vote sausage and puttanesca!
 

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A co-worker shared a spaghetti squash recipe the other day and it looks like it has enough cheese in it to cover up the fact that your actually eating a vegetable. It's Keto as well.

I might have to give it a whirl.

 
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