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Raspberry Valentine Cake

  Just because we’re on an elimination diet, it doesn’t mean we have to forego the treats altogether. It is fair to say the easier you go on them, the faster your healing but the process also involves having fun, enjoying life and putting some balance and perspective into our AIP journeys. My family have…

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Recipe Round-Up – January ’15

The Autoimmune Paleo Recipe Round-Up is a collection of the best elimination-diet friendly fare found around the community this month. If you are looking for some fresh kitchen inspiration, look no further! Breakfast Herbal “Coffee” Stuffed Acorn Squash Roasted Veggies, Bacon, and Pan-Fried Figs AIP Instant Oatmeal Breakfast Hash Casserole with Butternut Squash and Cilantro…

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Veggie-Lover’s Meatza

You might think that a pizza without crust, cheese, or tomato sauce is pointless. I guess I agree–you can hardly call a crustless, cheeseless, sauceless dish a “pizza” no matter what it looks like. Enter “meatza”! Meatza replaces crust with a thin layer of seasoned meat upon which you can add your favorite sauce and…

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Turmeric Tonic Kombucha

Kombucha is a type of fermented tea that is a great source of organic acids, B vitamins, and various strains of probiotics and is a wonderful addition to the diet while on the Autoimmune Protocol. You start with a sweetened tea, and over time the starter culture (made of yeasts and bacteria) consumes the sugar…

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Strawberry Basil Balsamic Ice Cream

Strawberries, basil, and balsamic vinegar are three of my all-time favorite ingredients. If balsamic vinegar is strawberry’s soul mate, basil is their closest friend. When I first moved to Austin, I used to love the strawberry milkshakes with balsamic glaze at Alamo Drafthouse. It only seemed logical to make an ice cream inspired by that…

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Turnip-Dill Puree with Crisp Bacon and Chives

Turnips are sort of one of those vegetables . . . the kind that most folks don’t eat often, but even so vaguely deem “yucky.”  Poor turnips!  Turnips are part of the Brassica family of veggies, which makes them sulfur-rich.  If you follow Dr. Terry Wahls, you know she advocates eating plenty of sulfur-rich vegetables,…

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Acorn Squash Soup with Dandelion Pesto

Lately I’ve been trying to increase the variety of vegetables I eat on a regular basis, especially those that are wild plants and not cultivated. Dandelion greens fit this bill perfectly, and although I was initially put off by their bitterness, I’ve grown to enjoy using them in my cooking week to week. Making them into…

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Classic Apple Pie

It took me a while to come up with a good apple pie recipe, because boy, am I picky! I like a thick, flaky crust paired with perfectly seasoned but not mushy filling. Was that possible with AIP ingredients? Turns out, with a couple of extra steps, it is totally possible to make a pie that…

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