Crunchy Bits

By Mikhaila

Crunchy Bits

Crunchy Bits

Looking for a great Lion Diet meal? Look no further, Crunchy Things. You can take any kind of beef or lamb, any kind of meat, as long as it's not ground meat.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 15 minutes


  • Beef/lamb roast
  • 2 tsps of salt
  • 2-3 tbsp of tallow
  • Instant Pot
  • Air fryer


  1. Pressure cook a beef/lamb roast or any cut really (cheap cuts are fine) by adding water to cover the meat. 
  2. Add about two tsps of salt to it. 
  3. Pressure cook on high for a good 1.5 hours. You can cook from frozen.
  4. Wait 1.5 hours. This will leave you with delicious broth. Keep it. 
  5. Shred the meat and put it in your air fryer. Add a few chunks of fat. You need extra tallow for this (if you put the broth in the fridge - fat will solidify on top).
  6. Air fry on medium-high (400°F) and stir every 7 minutes for 15-20 mins. It's deep frying in there.
  7. This is great travel food!

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  1. I just tried these and they are amazing! Thank you so much for the recipe! I’m just wondering how you store them….

  2. This sounds great!
    Can I use my Crock Pot to cook the roast beef or lamb first instead of an InstaPot or Pressure Cooker? I usually only have 3 lb roasts from my lambs and beef that I raise myself that are non-GMO grain fed.
    My air fryer has 2 flat racks (8″ x 9″) to put my meat on, and only 1/2″ deep. Will it overflow with the tallow?
    I also make ‘Cracklin’ or some people call it Pork Rinds, from scratch. I get slabs of skin with plenty of fat on it from my butcher, cut it up into small bite sized pieces, put seasoned salt on top (fat side UP) and cook in the oven for 1.5 hrs, in a pan deep enough to contain the rendered fat. I pour off the rendered fat and store in the fridge to use it for frying. I nibble on the Cracklin when I get a craving for chips, and I get my extra animal fat that way.
    I have been on the Keto diet (less than 20 carbs/day) strictly to lose weight, as I was 60 lbs overweight after the plandemic. But now I love this and I don’t ever plan to stop. I think this is how we were meant to eat.

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