I am allergic to a number of foods, including all grains. It sure is great to replicate the experience of spaghetti creatively from root vegetables or squash! Pictured here, sweet potato spaghetti and meatballs. Because having a health condition that limits some food choices should never mean eating a bland or restrictive diet! This is yet another great recipe suitable for people with celiac disease or autoimmune conditions. If you can't eat nightshades, you can make a wonderful beet-based "nomato" sauce.
Some chef salad for breakfast with bit of chicken I made earlier this week, romaine, iceberg, fresh shredded sharp cheddar, boiled egg, and real bacon- bacon bits. It's protein packed and it's got a bit of something for breakfast and lunch. I need to learn some more good salads for dinner. I wanna put some good carbs and some low sugar sweetness or idk..maybe a smoothie..but this, I could do
I love Tom Kha Gai, a Thai chicken soup with coconut milk and lemongrass. Here's an AIP version. It contains chicken bone broth, shiitake mushrooms, Thai chilies, lemongrass, ginger, lime, shallots, local pastured chicken thighs, fish sauce, coconut sugar, cilantro and Thai basil. You can find the recipe at http://nourishedkitchen.com/tom-kha-gai-recipe/.
A rainbow of red, golden and Chioggia beets. Beets are a superfood, supporting liver and gallbladder health for optimal detoxification. You can roast them, steam them, slice them thinly and make beet chips, culture them and make kvass. These sliced beets became garlic-roasted beets with the help of a cast iron skillet, some coconut oil and loads of garlic. The greens were sauteed on the stove top and thoroughly enjoyed. I have been known to adopt beet greens at the checkout when the customer ahead of me asks for the greens to be thrown away.