Posts Tagged 'grain free'



Ketchup


What single condiment has the ability to improve any food? Ketchup, of course. At least that’s how your kids might see it.

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big flavor

Kadoya Sesame Oil I finally made it to the Asian market to replenish my supply of big flavor. I like Kadoya’s sesame oil for the character it adds to anything from stir-fry to salad dressing. I didn’t use it much pre-SCD, but now it’s a staple in my oil-as-flavor arsenal.

It’s much darker and bolder than the sesame oils I’ve been able to find in my regular grocery store and gives me an excuse to wander around the always interesting Asian market.


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Detailed vanilla extract tutorial

Visit VanillaReview.com for a detailed tutorial on making your own vanilla extract.

Cream of Broccoli Soup

Longing for a new way to enjoy broccoli, I thought a bowl of soup sounded good. This recipe is versatile enough to serve warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

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Measuring progress

As you begin the SCD, you may notice significant and obvious changes one day and maybe not so much the next. This sort of up and down over a long period of time can make it difficult to determine your progress. I suppose it’s sort of like being a passenger in the back of the bus with dirty windows and trying to guess how fast the bus is going.

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Thai basil beef with red grapes

Do you love Thai food? This recipe is an ode to the Kang Ped Phed I used to eat at a local Thai restaurant. The Thai basil is the star of this show and I can’t get enough. Don’t worry though, it’s only a little spicy.

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Brined roast chicken

Once you’ve had roast chicken like this, you may never want to have it any other way. Everything else will be dry, tough and flavorless by comparison. Also try brining chicken that you broil, fry or bake.

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