Autoimmune Protocol Meatloaf


  One of my favorite autoimmune protocol bloggers is Whitney from Nutrisclerosis. She is not shy about encouraging people to make changes in their diet to help their autoimmunity, and I find her success story about using the autoimmune protocol to put her multiple sclerosis into remission pretty amazing. Ever since I found her site and… 

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Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Tea


Back when I had newly discovered my autoimmune issues and was still working out my diet, my uncle called me with an anti-inflammatory turmeric tea recipe that a friend had given him. After first trying it, I put it into heavy rotation in my tea routine. When I began the autoimmune protocol, I stopped making… 

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Christina’s Turkey Breakfast Sausage


  A couple of months ago this turkey sausage recipe was floating around the Hashimoto’s diet facebook group from my friend Christina’s blog and I meant to make them immediately, but since I am not a huge poultry fan I kind of forgot. Well, I keep seeing rave reviews posted about them, so when I came across some… 

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Create Your Own Breakfast Skillet


  Let me introduce you to my newest obsession as of late – the breakfast skillet! It all started one day when I had a hankering for some delicata squash and didn’t want to wait for a whole one to roast – since I made that delicious discovery, everything has gone into the skillet. All… 

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Coconut-Raspberry “Cheesecake”


  Last week I posted this non-dairy “cheesecake” on my recipe blog, Little Fig. It happens to be autoimmune-protocol friendly (if you are eating sugar – this one is sweetened with honey!) and so I thought I would share it here as well. This is definitely not something I would include in my diet often… 

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Coconut Breaded Cod with Mango Salsa


  I have been attempting for a while now to come up with a breaded fish recipe that is autoimmune protocol compliant – it isn’t easy without the egg! I finally found a sequence that works and tastes good, but it also happens to be a little finicky while cooking. Be warned that you need… 

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Beet and Fennel Soup


  This is the time of year I get borderline obsessed with blended soups – I find that I crave the texture and they are an excellent way to get some extra bone broth in. I like to double this recipe and have some to heat up for breakfast with my leftover meat. This one… 

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Chicken Liver with Raw Garlic and Thyme


  You don’t need to dig deep around the internet to read about the benefits of eating liver. This article and this article should convince you. Once you get past the idea, then comes the taste. I am not going to lie, I hated liver when I first started eating it. Fortunately, I have found a… 

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Celeriac Leek Soup


  Celeriac is one of my favorite vegetables, especially since it is low in starch and FODMAPs (both of which I have been avoiding because of problems with SIBO). It tastes kind of like a cross between a potato and celery and cooks much faster than other root vegetables. I was craving a creamy potato-leek… 

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Cabbage and Avocado Salad with Blood Orange Vinaigrette


  This is one of my favorite chopped salad recipes, as it makes a lot and keeps well in the fridge (sans avocado). Feel free to substitute a regular orange if your market does not have a blood orange. Cabbage and Avocado Salad with Blood Orange Vinaigrette   Print Prep time 20 mins Total time… 

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