Mississippi Pot Roast Recipe

Watch this motivation video:

Do you see this deracinated tub of lard?

This is what the average White American male is becoming in our degenerate society.

This is a representative of the pathetic class of people who are becoming beta orbiters and paypigs of e-girls like Bianca Devins. Don’t be one of these people on Cursed Tik Toks.

This individual represents the exact opposite of the ideal we are cultivating on this website. Instead of being obese and deracinated, we wanted you to be physically fit and reracinated. We want to take consumers and give them a strong, positive and healthy sense of ethnic and cultural identity. We want you to SECEDE in body and mind and soul from Americanism.

I’m writing mainly for Southerners who are my own people because I know so much about our culture and history and enjoy sharing it. There is no reason why people who live in other regions of the United States can’t do the same thing though. I’ve even ordered a few books about the Northeast and West for my research and will be doing what I can to get the conversation started there.

Anyway, enough about that.

The Mississippi Pot Roast is one of the simplest and best tasting Southern recipes that I have come across on the internet. This low-carb and Keto friendly roast can be cooked in bulk in a Crock-Pot and has become a staple in our household. It is impossible to screw this up.

Here’s all you have to do:

  1. Place roast in bottom of a crock pot or slow cooker.
  2. Top with slices of butter, sprinkle the ranch and au jus over the top and add peppers. You can use whole peppers or a handful of sliced peppers.
  3. Cover and cook on low for 8 hours. Shred meat right before serving. ENJOY.

All you have to do is throw all this together in a Crock-Pot, portion it out into servings into plastic tupperware and eat it through the week. You can do the same thing with the Mississippi Pulled Chicken. That’s all you have to do to avoid looking like Fat Bastard above.

Note: If you are trying to lose weight, I would recommend combining this with the Peel-a-Pound soup. See also Pulled Pork and Southern Boiled Cabbage. It’s easy.

Long Live Dixie!

Now for some patriotic music:

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15 Comments

  1. Recipe? Thoroughly enjoying the recipes posted here as well as the motivation. I’m also learning a lot of history that I never heard in public school. Reading the Day Dixie Died: Southern Occupation, great suggestion.

  2. I like pot roast as much as the next person hunter but ranch dressing in pot roast? Someone explain this to me please or is it like ranch seasoning

  3. Those cursed tik toks are brutal, can’t stand that look of fat people we all have are addictions and vices but getting that obese is just nasty

    • My eyes, my eyes!

      Gluttony is a deadly sin in the older Catholic consciousness. Sometimes, the ‘we’re not under law, but grace’ mindset of Evan-jelly-goo Prots, lead exactly to this. For all its faults, the older catholic worldview had a lot more sanity than todays xtianity.

  4. **Instead of being obese and deracinated, we wanted you to be physically fit and reracinated.**

    Thou shouldst practice what thou preachest, methinks.

  5. “All you have to do is throw all this together in a Crock-Pot, portion it out into servings into plastic tupperware and eat it through the week.”

    Use glass containers. Plastic is just as bad as soy. Maybe worse.

    I definitely have to try this recipe but I’ll make my own ranch and au jus mixes and you can use organic ingredients if you want. The store bought seasoning mixes often have GMO’s and toxic additives.

    I know… your body, your choice.

    https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/221957/beef-au-jus/

    https://www.laurainthekitchen.com/recipes/ranch-dressing/

  6. ” . . . There is no reason why people who live in other regions of the United States can’t do the same thing though. . . ”

    Indeed. There are people all over the U.S. who share your general outlook and have been dismayed at the disintegration of the country for a long time. Also, there is much more mixing of people from different sections of the country now compared to 60 or 70 years ago which has reduced regional differences for better or worse.

    One negative example is Elizabeth ‘Pocahontas’ Warren. She was born and raised in Oklahoma, was an undergrad in Texas, law school grad in NJ, taught law in Penn. and finally grifted her way into a lucrative spot at Harvard Law. Pocahontas looks, sounds and acts like some old Puritan preacher except for her modern unholy causes and lack of any pretense of religious sentiments yet she was born and raised more than a thousand miles from NE.

    The other side of the coin is the surprising number of people opposed to the prevailing orthodoxy of the place where they live. Sometimes the MSM is presenting a veneer a millionth of an inch deep and a mile wide as thoroughly representative but this is not always true. The example of Tump’s victory in 2016 (however useless it was) shows how things are not always as presnted by the left wing establishment.

  7. I’ve never seen a pot roast thickened by using ranch dressing and butter, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t taste good. I usually thicken by dusting the meat in flour and searing the sides in a hot pan with olive oil, and then covering the roast in a roux before slow roasting it in a cast iron dutch oven.

    You can also get lots of flavor by brining the meat beforehand in a mixture of salt and sugar (vinegar can be added for sharpness). Herbs and spices of your choice can be added to the brine, but I stick to garlic, onions, rosemary, and thyme.

    I usually add a chopped apple, fresh English peas, and some root vegetables to the pot later in the cooking process, so that they have time to cook, but not shrivel up or turn to mush.

    The roux/gravy would probably make this a non-keto dish, as far as I understand keto, but I don’t think it’s unhealthy at all.

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