Paleo Sesame Short Ribs with Thai Sunbutter Sauce (Instant Pot)

With its heavy use of soy and peanuts, Thai food takes some manipulating to make it fit the paleo eating template. Fortunately, coconut aminos and sunflower seed butter make terrific substitutes! This recipe is not an exact recreation of any specific Thai dish, but instead a riff on
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Paleo Grilled Beef Sirloin Tips, plus a review of ButcherBox subscription service

Grassfed meat… It’s better for our health, it’s better for the environment. What’s not to love? Unfortunately, a great deal. It can be difficult to find if you don’t have access to specialty markets and once you do locate it, it usually costs much more than conventionally

Book Review: The Whole Coconut Cookbook

Coconut used to make an appearance in my life maybe just a couple times a year, generally in the form of a dessert, but all that changed when I started following a paleo diet and lifestyle as part of a strategy to manage Crohn’s disease and post-surgical

Strawberry Mint Watermelon Slush from The Splendid Scoop

Summer time means frozen treats and people who need to avoid dairy or watch their sugar intake don’t have to miss out! This recipe for a strawberry mint watermelon slush is from The Splendid Scoop, a new digital resource that delivers easy and delicious dairy free recipes

30+ AIP Recipes for Spring Vegetables

Spring is sprung here in the Washington, D.C. area! That means the seasonal farmer’s markets and roadside stands are opening up and featuring a bounty of early season vegetables, including asparagus, fennel, kale, and much more. Even though I eat a ton of vegetables, I don’t have

How I AIP: A Guest Post from Rory Linehan of The Paleo PI

This week the worldwide community of AIP bloggers has banded together to highlight how we each live our healing protocol lifestyle–in real life. We are each committed to taking personal responsibility for our own health, and supporting other people around the world who are interested in doing the same thing.

Crohn’s Disease and Food Additives: Which Ones to Avoid

Carrageenan, maltodextrin, polysorbate 80, xanthan gum, carboxymethylcellulose… These common food additives are “generally recognized as safe,” but is that true for people with Crohn’s disease and other inflammatory bowel diseases? Evidence is mounting that they may not be and in this post I discuss each one and

Steamed mussels with prosciutto and garlic (Paleo, AIP, SCD)

I’ll admit it. Shellfish like clams, oysters, and mussels intimidated me for a long time. I’m not exactly sure why. Blame it on my provincial upbringing in the landlocked upper midwestern United States that didn’t expose me to them until I was a young adult or the general

Do I have chronic Lyme disease?

First I blamed it on the shoes. Just a sprain? Or something more? I bought totally cute but ridiculously impractical, high heeled, red patent leather shoes to celebrate my 40th birthday in July, 2015 and insisted on wearing them for three straight days, even though they made my feet

Bubbe’s Brisket from The New Yiddish Kitchen

Jewish paleo food sounds like an impossible oxymoron but this new cookbook proves that you can stay grain-free and still nosh on all your old favorites – even bagels! The New Yiddish Kitchen is a joint effort of Simone Miller, chef and owner of Zenbelly Catering and author
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