Radish Soup

Radish Soup

Working with a limited diet can be challenging at times. It can require creativity in the kitchen. Some days it’s fun, others days it’s not so fun. It also requires you to think about budget. A nourishing meal, that the kids will like, and doesn’t cost and arm and a leg….completely doable, right? Right! That’s…

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Nourishing Chicken Soup

Nourishing Chicken Soup

A frequent family favorite is chicken soup. Not only is it nourishing but it is comforting. Chicken soup is always asked for when an illness comes around. Starting the soup with gut healing bone broth and loading it with onions and garlic, you are sure to cure what ails you! This is my quick version…

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Venison Cabbage Soup

Venison Cabbage Soup

Soup is a favorite during winter months. It is just seems to be a good fit. This soup is easy and very versatile. We were blessed to be able to can venison this fall so I am stocked up with great canned meat. Perfect for soup. If you don’t have venison, a cut of roast…

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Italian Vinaigrette

Italian Vinaigrette

One of my first challenges in transitioning to whole foods were condiments, especially salad dressing. Between the MSG or soybean oil, it’s difficult to find a dressing at the store that fits our needs. So, I just started playing with recipes. This one has become a standard here. I change the spices up when I…

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Radishes…the new potato!

Recipes for Spring vegetables

Potatoes! We eat a lot of them around here. Not only are they good for you but they are pretty cheap.  While I still serve them to my family, I avoid them because they are in the night shade family. Night shades should be avoided while doing the autoimmune protocol. Potatoes are off plan for Trim…

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