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Southern Collard Greens

Posted by : admin | Posted Date : July 24th, 2018 | No Comments

Growing up in Texas I didn’t particularly care for collards as a child at barbecue picnics. However, in college I developed the taste for them. Collards from the farmer’s market in summer are even tastier and more nutritious. 2 lbs collard greens (about 1 bunch) 1 smoked ham hock raw or precooked (or 1 lb […]

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Wonderful Whipped Cream (milk and dairy-free versions)

Posted by : admin | Posted Date : July 4th, 2018 | No Comments

2 cups heavy whipping cream or heavy cream (NO half and half) 1 TBSP vanilla extract 1-2 TBSP sugar, honey, coconut/palm sugar, or maple syrup OR 1 tsp stevia (ratio: 1/2 tsp stevia per cup of heavy cream you can add more but start with less) Mix all the ingredients together in a glass or […]

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Stir Fried Asian Green Beans

Posted by : admin | Posted Date : June 1st, 2018 | No Comments

This is a quick vegetable side that’s great in a hurry. Inspired by Russ Crandall’s Green Bean Recipe Green Beans are one of the first foods to attempt reintroducing in AIP. Ingredients: 1 tablespoon lard, tallow, or refined coconut oil green beans trimmed Tamari (or Coconut-Aminos for Autoimmune Paleo) Mirin or Sherry black pepper to […]

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Collagen Jello

Posted by : admin | Posted Date : August 18th, 2016 | No Comments

This is a great recipe for joint support, wound-healing support, skin support, post-surgery, and when fighting illness. In my house we have this daily. Don’t use papaya or pineapple because they have enzymes that will turn the jello to mush and it won’t form properly. This is autoimmune paleo friendly. Ingredients 4 cups 100% Any […]

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Posted by : admin | Posted Date : August 6th, 2016 | No Comments

I credit this recipe to my husband Amit – he tried the Ethiopian Berbere spice as an experiment and it was fantastic! If pressed for time this can become a meatloaf recipe just pressed into that shape instead of balls. 3 pounds ground meat (can be chosen from lamb, bison, veal, chicken, turkey, pork, etc.) […]

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Texas Hold’em Chili

Posted by : admin | Posted Date : July 31st, 2016 | No Comments

I grew up in Texas and with the fusion of Tex-Mex cuisine and after moving to New England I missed those flavors. So I decided to learn to cook the recipes I missed at home! Ingredients: fat of choice – olive oil, palm, oil, lard, tallow 3 pounds ground meat (can be chosen from beef, […]

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Green Berry Nut Smoothie

Posted by : admin | Posted Date : July 29th, 2016 | No Comments

2-4 servings. Frozen fruits and greens are affordable and convenient. Try to purchase organic if using berries. If not eating the skin such as mango and pineapple organic is not necessary as most of the pesticide is found in the skin. For any thyroid dysfunction do not increase quantity of greens and consume smoothie maximum […]

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Italian Seafood Stew Cioppino

Posted by : admin | Posted Date : July 29th, 2016 | No Comments

Ingredients – Seafood 3-4 pounds chosen from: – white fish such as Cod, Haddock – shrimp, shelled – squid rings (and tentacles if desired) (optional) – mussels and/or (or clams) cleaned – 1lb spanish chorizo/hot italian diced sausage (optional) – Bacon fat, tallow, coconut oil, olive oil, palm oil and/or lard – Few cloves garlic […]

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