Check out these great recipes for the grill and make sure you're setting up the conditions to feel great during any summer cookout parties.
3/4 pound Grass-fed burgers with the 'Lettuce Bun 5000' (TM). This post is about getting rid of wimpy and plain, grain-free burgers... forever.
The star of spaghetti is the sauce not the noodles and this SCD recipe will show you why.
Pemmican has never tasted this good. Bacon really does make anything better and this Bacon Pemmican recipe will change the way you travel.
Sometimes we have very special guests on the blog that write amazing posts for us to share with you. Today, Jaime, from Healthline.com wanted to contribute a Christmas recipe post.
Kid tested, adult approved. These Paleo / SCD pumpkin pancakes are some of the best non-traditional ones I’ve tested yet. They’re very moist but not “eggy” if you know what I mean. They can be used as a cold snack and a great delivery method for nut butters. Yes, the pumpkin I used came from …
Mussels are extremely high in omega-3s and very micronutrient dense. They are great sources of B12, iron, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium and zinc.
Learn how to make nourishing beef bone broth to heal your gut and repair leaky gut syndrome.
Learn how to make SCD GAPS Paleo Chuck Roast with Lemon Roasted Cauliflower... in less than 15 minutes of work.
Learn how to easily ferment your own raw, unpasteurized sauerkraut for the beneficial probiotic effects. You can even do it without special tools!
Cheryl sent us one to review ahead of time and I must say she has some really cool and innovative recipes in it. It is true to its name, you are not going to find entrée recipes, instead this cookbook contains tons of ideas dedicated to family parities, snacking and feel good foods. I think the book fills a really cool niche in the SCD world. It won’t be for everyone but it has a place in my kitchen. Jordan and I are happy to see more and more products pop up in the SCD world. Congrats to Cheryl! We asked her to put together a recipe out of the book for the blog readers and below is what she sent in. (Note: We don’t have any financial interest in her cookbook just in promoting more growth in SCD)
The Specific Carbohydrate Diet is really not that restrictive (another SCD myth), there are hundreds of foods allowed on SCD and when combined can create hundreds of thousands of combination. Usually the limiting factor is one's experience or comfort level in the kitchen. Guided by a reader of our book and a bit of Googling I decided to take on the prickly artichoke. Prior to this I had never had a real artichoke (cooked from scratch) that I'm aware of. At first when Nia started telling me how to do it, I was thoroughly confused and all the steps seemed really unnecessary.
Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day on SCD. I can't wait to jump out of bed every morning and fry up my Turkey Breakfast Sausage in coconut oil. The best part? It's dairy and egg free for those of us that can't do either. I get a few emails a week from people wanting to know more about it, so without further ado:
In light of the holiday times, I decided to make a new SCD dessert that I hadn’t tried before. After searching through some cookbooks I decided to try an older recipe and settled on the peanut butter brownie recipe in BTVC.
The holidays are beautiful time of the year, nights filled with easy conversations, loving memories and large bountiful meals. Unfortunately for me and many other SCD’ers large family gatherings are also filled with non-SCD time forged family food traditions.