Living Center Oregon

Sustainable Living Center Oregon

Catch Keto Seafood Feast ….. Sept-Oct 2023

A ketogenic diet is based on a high-fat, low-carb, and moderate-protein way of eating. 

Fortunately, you don’t have to worry about carbs regarding seafood.

An important rule of thumb is to prepare your keto seafood dishes in ways that fall as close as possible within these macronutrient ranges: 

  • 70-80% of calories from fat
  • 15-30% calories from protein
  • 0-10% calories from carbohydrate

Click Here for Video if you do not believe Seafood is the best Keto Food

Learn how to prepare Dungeness Crab the Keto way

Then Feast on them

* If you choose or cannot catch them, we will supply of them.

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Catch the fresh and best Keto foods: Crabs, Clams, Tuna, and Salmon. Then you learn how to prepare them the Keto way and then you eat them.

If you choose or cannot catch them, we will be supplying them.

This is a hands-on retreat WHERE the participants WILL PREPARE their BRUNCH and DINNER, so be prepared to cook.

With a Keto Lifestyle you will:

  • Minimize disease risk
  • Improve cognitive performance (clear brain fog)
  • Lose excess body fat without struggling

The all-encompassing approach to keto that we will educate you about at the Keto is a refreshing alternative to many quick-fix keto programs that fail to properly prepare you for long-term success. You’ll easily be able to adhere to fat and keto adapted eating patterns forever. Here are some highlights about what you’ll learn at the core content presentations:

  • Guided journey to ditch carb dependency eating patterns and take baby steps all the way to full-on keto.
  • The importance of increasing all forms of everyday movement—a critical element of optimizing fat burning.
  • Recipe preparation for quick, fun, easy-to-prepare keto meals.
  • Psychological aspects of healthy goal setting, re-committing, and aligning with a higher purpose.

The goal of a four (4) day CATCH KETO RETREAT is to get your body to reach “ketosis”, a metabolic state in which you efficiently burn stored energy in the form of body fat and ketones.  What most people don’t know is that your muscles use glucose for energy, but your brain can use either glucose or ketones for energy. But is available, the brain preferers Ketones are better because they metabolize more quickly than glucose and provide MORE energy and when you generate ketos, you are NOT HUNGRY.

Common benefits of the KETO diet include weight loss, better mental focus and clarity, decreased sugar cravings, and a positive effect on overall health such as an increase in good cholesterol, lower triglycerides & reduces inflammation. 

Cost $700 for Basic Package:

Included at the Catch Keto Retreat package is:

  • Crabbing Clinic to learn about Crabbing
  • Unlimited use of Crabbing Equipment to catch Crabs
  • Clamming Clinic to learn about Clamming
  • Unlimited use of Clamming Equipment to Dig Clams
  • Salmon Clinic to learn how to catch Salmon
  • Unlimited use of Salmon Equipment to Catch Salmon (Tuna will be out of season)
  • Seafood for four (4) seafood Brunches and four (4) seafood Dinners
  • Side Dishes of high-nutrition vegetables
  • Kitchen with all pots/pans, spices, and appliances to prepare the food
  • Dining room with 6 -8 table settings

You must have a shellfish license to Catch Crabs or Dig Clams. You must have a Fishing license to catch Salmon. To participate, you must acquire the correct license and bait. Crab Bait is fresh raw chicken. Crabs eat one (1) piece of raw dark meat chicken per trap per hour.

Click Here —To purchase license from the state of Oregon

also included in the basic package is:

Private Crab Clinic — Click for Details


Unlimited use of Crab Traps for up to 4 days (including cleaning and cooking)) — Click for Details

12 crabs/day X 4 days = 48 crabs. If you do not eat them, Pressure Canning instructions and jars are included in the package for you to can and take home. your seafood

Pressure Can your Seafood

Stocking your shelves with canned seafood can make it easier to go keto. By law, you are allowed to catch 12 crabs/day. You have four (4) days = 48 crabs. That is more than you can eat at the retreat. CLICK HERE to learn how to save your extra and Sea Food take it home. This process will be done at the retreat (at no additional cost) if you catch extra Crab, Clams, or Salmon.

Private Clam Clinic — Click for Details
Unlimited use of Clam Equipment up to 4 days — Click for Details

The purple varnish clam is named for the purple hue found inside the clam and the shiny varnish over the brown color outside the shell. Unlimited use of Clam equipment. Limit is 36/day X 4 days = 144 Clams. Pressure Can the extra Clams.

Fall Chinook Salmon

The Siletz River and Bay can be excellent producers of fall Chinook salmon. In recent years, Chinook catches have bounced between about 2,000 and 5,000 fall salmon as the runs cycle up and down.

The Siletz enters the Pacific Ocean at the southern end of Lincoln City and returns when the rains come in the fall.

The catch on the Siletz is best in September and October, with most fish landed in the tidewater areas. Which month is best depends on the rain. The Chinook Salmon wait in the Pacific Ocean until they sense the rains have made the Siletz River deep enough for them to return to their spawning grounds, and then here they come. One can not predict which day of the month the fall rains will come.

Salmon Length Limits 2022 two (2) fish/day in 2023 it may change

  • Jack Chinook 15 to 24 inches
  • Chinook longer than 24 inches
  • Jack Coho 15 to 20 inches
  • Coho longer than 20 inches
  • All sockeye are considered adults

Bottom Fishing Limit ten (10)/day

We Catch Tuna on the Oregon Coast!!

Tuna is out of season in the fall during the Retreat, so we cannot fish for them. We will be using canned tuna. We already have canned fresh Albacore Tuna during the season and will use our canned Albacore Tuna during the Retreat.

  • Crabs, Clams, and Salmon will be provided if nobody catches any

Dates ….. Sunday night – Thursday night

  • Sept 24 – 28, 2023
  • Oct 29 – Nov 2,2023

Location

Lodging is not included in Basic Package

You may make your lodging arrangements at any of the following:

Contact Carl Palmer, Director of the Sustainable Living Center at

email @nextday@vol.com

call 541-765-2109

Click for more details www.sustainablelivingcenteroregon.org

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