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Bacon,egg,avocado & tomato salad

Bacon,egg,avocado & tomato salad
Welcome! If you want to lose weight, gain muscle, increase energy levels or just generally look and feel healthier you've come to the right place. Here's where to start: Visit the Start Here and Primal Blueprint 101 pages to learn more about the Primal lifestyle. Subscribe to my weekly newsletter to receive an eBook called Primal Blueprint Fitness and more - all for free. Cut to the chase by visiting PrimalBlueprint.com. Thanks for visiting! You’ve probably heard of BLTs and BLTAs, but have you heard of BEATs? The bacon adds even more protein and flavor to the salad and seasons it with a salty, smoky flavor. In the past we’ve talked plenty about the health benefits of eggs and how to figure out which types of eggs to purchase, but what about cooking the perfect hard boiled egg? The fresher your eggs, the more likely it is that the shell will be difficult to peel off. Personally, our approach is to use fresh eggs, gently cook them for no more than ten minutes and then cool them quickly.

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