DIY Homemade Pastured Bacon

DIY Homemade Pastured Bacon The word bacon got your attention, didn't it? According to friendseat.com, bacon contains six types of umami which produce an addictive neurochemical response. They say that 1.7 billion pounds of bacon are consumed in the U.S each year and...

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Grain Free, Dairy Free Whole Food Fish Tacos

Grain Free, Dairy Free Fish Tacos Spending most of my life in Southern California, I am no stranger to a good fish taco. The kind I used to eat were battered with a gluten batter, then deep fried in damaged fats and served on a GMO corn tortilla. They certainly were...

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Rosemary Horseradish Beef Tenderloin Skewers

Rosemary, Horseradish Beef Tenderloin Skewers Every year my family and I purchase a whole, grass-fed organic cow to stock our freezer with a year of beef. One of the most prized cuts of meat that we get is the tenderloin. It truly is just that - tender! I like to do...

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Whole Food, Corn Free Taco Bowls 3 Ways

Whole Food, Corn Free Taco Bowls 3 Ways Around here a simple, delicious meal becomes a staple meal. Taco Night happens virtually every week in our home and it has become a much loved favorite dinner. I shared my Organic, Gluten, Dairy and Refined Sugar Free Bulk Taco...

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Nut Free Paleo Blender Bread {GAPS Friendly}

Nut Free Paleo Blender Bread {GAPS Friendly} This recipe is near and dear to my heart. After going gluten free 7 years ago and realizing safe bread was hard to find, then 3 years later going into the GAPS diet and then Paleo, I thought bread would be a thing of the...

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Grain Free, Dairy Free Mulligatawny Stew

GAPS Friendly. AIP Friendly Mulligatawny Stew. I can remember the first time I tasted Mulligatawny Stew. My family and I were at an amazing living nativity during the winter. There were various snacks along the street of booths and one of the booths had such an...

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Hot and Hearty Cream of Broccoli Soup {Dairy Free}

Soup season, a.k.a. cold fall and winter months, are some of my favorite times of the year. Comfort food abounds and cozying up by the fire place is a nightly end cap. I also love this time of the year because we eat a lot of soups. They are hearty, easy and can feed...

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