How To Make Shrimp and Cauliflower Grits – Easy Keto and Low Carb Recipe

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  1. The Elect
    The Elect says:

    Bobby I noticed you didn't want to use the word "ass" that appeared on an item you were holding. That would be commendable if it weren't for the fact you like using the term"OMG", this is using God's name in vain. The word "ass" appears in the Bible many many times.

  2. minh thu le
    minh thu le says:

    I never eat shrimp and grits but just seeing u cooking my mouth is watering :)) You are my favorite now!!! I can’t help to follow your rescipe as soon as i finish watch video. My husband is against grits and shrimp for lunch but I have to give it a try. I will update it later

  3. Sinthu Siva
    Sinthu Siva says:

    I don’t understand why they don’t have more subscribers. Love all your videos!! I’m missing out on thrive market because am in the UK. I tried ordering but it doesn’t seem like they deliver outside of the states 😢

  4. Christina Hutchison
    Christina Hutchison says:

    I love your videos there’s always amazing recipes or information for low-carb and just healthy eating. I have been wondering though did you go to culinary school. The way you combined flavors and textures and everything is just amazing. In some ways when you’re preparing your recipes you remind me Of Gordon Ramsay. Keep up the great work. Your daughter is gorgeous. And God bless

  5. Paula Swain
    Paula Swain says:

    I might be pushing the limits a little bit here but a special thanks to whoever is Editing the video into the recipe format that we can download. Whether it’s Art, Desi or Rose, the recipe prints out with the ingredients side-by-side with the instructions. That detail allows me to follow the steps so easily. I value that as a timesaver..

    Since you are so good at responding, one question… would you estimate that large head of cauliflower that you grated, was 16 to 20 ounces? I’m trying to calculate using a 12 ounce bag of frozen and downsize the liquids. Yes I know, I would go for the grated first, but sometimes I don’t have it! Thanks again you all ~ we notice what you’re doing!

  6. Shery deWinter
    Shery deWinter says:

    I'm so happy you're back to doing recipes! The what/how to buy vids aren't relevant to me because I don't live in North America and don't have the brands that you guys do. Recipe videos, are always spot on and the amount of times something pops up that I have no way of getting or replacing nearly nonexistent. Thank you!


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