Everyday recipes for the paleo autoimmune protocol

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Tostones!

Tostones!

Do you ever get cravings for plain starchy foods?  I do, all the time.  And when I get these cravings, it’s really a savory carb that I’m after, and sweet potatoes aren’t going to do it for me.  There aren’t too many AIP-compliant foods that […]

Pomegranate Purslane Salad

Pomegranate Purslane Salad

A colorful salad for late summer, with a few unusual ingredients.  I’m so happy to introduce you, if you haven’t already met, to purslane.  Purslane is technically a weed, and it can grow anywhere in the world where there’s a long enough growing season.  It […]

Honey Glazed Carrots

Honey Glazed Carrots

I don’t cook carrots enough.  Or when I do, they are in something else, like a soup, stir-fry, or roasted medley.  But carrots are so tasty on their own, I had to give them a place to shine. I like cutting vegetables thickly when I […]

Purple Spring Salad

Purple Spring Salad

Early spring can be a hard time for fresh produce: the farmers’ market is still filled with winter storage vegetables, and there isn’t a lot of greenery around.  This salad skirts around that issue by using brussels sprouts instead of more traditional salad greens, and […]

Apple Cinnamon Chips

Apple Cinnamon Chips

It’s decidedly not fall anymore, but the farmers’ market is still full of apples.  They do keep very well in storage over the long winter months.  Even so, the texture of a months-old apple just cannot compare to that first crisp bite of fresh Macintosh […]

Best Ever Baked Sweet Potatoes

Best Ever Baked Sweet Potatoes

I’m not sure about you, but I’m willing to bet that like me, you eat a lot of sweet potatoes.  They are a pretty great staple food when you’re on the autoimmune protocol: they are filling, versatile, and fairly portable–not to mention they are frickin’ […]