Just as bears are known to hibernate for up to 7.5 months during the winter, I have just emerged from a deep blogging hibernation that lasted through the summer. Why, you ask? Great question. Allow me to explain a little bit about where I’ve been and what I’ve been up to. Basically, I think we can just sum it up like this: The biggest reason why I decided to go into blogging hibernation is because throughout April – July, I… Read more »
Well folks, as our “PSA Week” comes to a close, I wanted to go out with a bang, by telling you some of my “AIP confessions”. But first, if you aren’t familiar with the PSA we’ve been doing the past week (or even if you are), allow me to get you up to speed by explaining a bit more about it. Basically we have been working as a team of bloggers and community of autoimmune warriors to start loosening some… Read more »
I’m so excited to share this recipe with you guys. I’ve made three versions of this so far and while each time was better than the last, I think I’ve settled on this version to share with you all (also I’m not sure I could eat any more beef stroganoff… 😛 ) But really, this was a challenging recipe to figure out because traditional beef stroganoff is a dish with some pretty complex flavors in it, not to mention the… Read more »
This recipe came about because I was working on a new recipe for aip-friendly beef stroganoff, and I needed an AIP-friendly Worcestershire sauce. Unfortunately, this delicious flavor-punch of a sauce is not only a bold addition to many dishes, but it’s also usually loaded with sugar, soy sauce and nightshades. So, as with most things, I decided to take matters into my own hands and make my own. Fun fact: Did you know sauces similar to Worcestershire sauce (aka fermented… Read more »
It’s no secret nowadays that healing autoimmune conditions goes beyond just food and lifestyle. I recently wrote a post about this phenomenon called “The Other 20%” in which I talk through my observations regarding the more emotional side of healing, and there’s also numerous other amazing books, blogs and resources available out there. We believe that being able to dig deep and heal from an emotional standpoint is the critical missing piece to being able to heal holistically from autoimmune conditions…. Read more »
Did you know it’s still possible to have delicious Chinese food while following the AIP diet? Well, it is! After trying so many amazing recipes from other bloggers and cookbooks, I finally decided to be brave and create my own dish. I was also inspired to make this dish because my girlfriend and I were talking about what foods were in season right now (in the USA) and we discovered oranges were! I’m also orang-inally (originally…orang-inally…get it?? heh.) from Florida,… Read more »
Ah, the joys of autoimmunity. Luckily, while the struggle is often very real, we’re not alone in this! Here’s 20 things we think anyone with an autoimmune condition can relate to.
Growing up, my mom’s pot roast was one of my favorite dishes. You see, although dad is an award-winning chef (he did invent the Red Lobster biscuits, after all . . . *cough* #notAIP), nothing beat my mom’s home cooking. She made the most flavorful and fun dishes that we totally loved to eat during the week, and then my dad would do the cooking on weekends when he had more time. She had several dishes that were pretty… Read more »
It’s story time, everyone. This is a concept I’ve been wanting to talk about for a while now, but was trying to find the words to do so. I’m going to take you deeper into my journey in the following posts, but right now I just wanted to begin by giving you an overview of my story and my experience with what I’m calling “The Other 20%”. Here it goes. When I started working with my current Dr. back in the… Read more »
Ah, tacos…so delicious, yet so not AIP-friendly. Luckily, we have managed to create a taco seasoning blend that can help you enjoy your favorite recipes while following the autoimmune protocol. The use of herbs traditionally used in Mexican cooking like oregano and cilantro, blended with garlic, onion and turmeric spices help inspire a variety of AIP-friendly Mexican dishes like taco salads or Southwest chicken. Hope you enjoy!