Posts Tagged 'recipe'

Home-cured corned beef

Wanting corned beef for St. Pat’s day? If you hurry, you can get one ready in time. Check out this recipe at Nourished Kitchen. Jenny from NK is not an SCDer, but espouses many food principles that SCDers will appreciate.

Note that store-bought pickling spice is a spice mixture and considered illegal on the SCD. However a quick search will yield plenty of recipes for that as well.

Also if you make your yoghurt from half and half, I’d guess that you might not be able to obtain 2 cups of whey from it. I bet you’d have better luck using a lower fat yoghurt

UPDATE: Turns out, my friend Damion from My Cranky Gut already SCD-ified a corned beef recipe. You can find it here.

Teeco Salad

This is a wonderful salad at the peak of the garden, when fresh tomatoes and cucumber are plentiful.

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Seasoned Labne Balls

Looking for something different and savory to do with your yoghurt? Maybe you’ll want to try Seasoned Labne Balls in Olive Oil. I don’t know if it’s any good, but at least it’s legal when made with SCD yoghurt.

Have you tried this delicacy fine reader? Let me know what you think.

Lemon Poppy Seed Bread

A bite into this sweet bread brings me back to my mother’s kitchen. It’s sweet, it’s tart and it’s really wonderful. The texture is very similar to the treat I remember as a kid.

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A Fresher Bloody Mary

Have you ever made my Fresher Salsa? Then you know that it can produce a fair amount of liquid.

Try this: Strain out the liquid and use it for a Bloody Mary cocktail. One cup of juice to a shot of vodka over lots of ice. Go ahead, give it a taste. I think you’ll be pleased with its spicy freshness.

Perhaps a stalk of cilantro for garnish? Or maybe a split jalapeno? Lime might look good too…


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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Detailed vanilla extract tutorial

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


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