Are you interested in practicing nose-to-tail eating? This post contains over 100 recipes for organ meats/offal, bones (for broths), bony bits (like oxtail, trotters), and gelatin. If you are brand new to eating organs and are intimidated by a plate full of liver and onions, don't worry! There are quite a few recipes with hidden organs, plus many tips on how to sneak organ meats into your diet without even realizing it. But, if you love the flavor of offal, there are plenty of recipes that showcase their unique flavors, too. Enjoy!
In December 2009, I was 25 years old and weighed 210 lbs. I was obese for my 5'5" frame, never felt well, and was popping handfuls of pills every day just to get by. I was taking anti-depressants, anxiolytics, prescription sleeping pills, courses of Prilosec once or twice a month, acid-blocking pills or antacid tablets 1-3 times a day, anti-diarrhea pills several days a week, and I was constantly catching respiratory infections and frequently took courses of antibiotics.
Adults and children alike love tater tots, but the kind in the frozen food section at the grocery store are NOT what you want to be eating. This version has just one ingredient: sweet potatoes. Fry them up in your favorite paleo cooking fat and garnish with a bit of salt and BAM - a childhood favorite indulgence is suddenly a healthy paleo side dish. This recipe is a sneak peek into The Frugal Paleo cookbook. Check it out, along with my thoughts about this incredible new book!
This is a one-of-a-kind event on Amazon.com today -- the Kindle version of 15 best-selling paleo books are priced as low as Amazon allows! That's just $0.99 - $2.99 for titles like The Primal Blueprint, Beyond Bacon, and The Paleo Kitchen! If you have been meaning to expand your paleo library with cookbooks or informational books, today is the day to go shopping!
I am so pleased to be able to share this recipe with you today for autoimmune paleo dinner rolls. I also discuss the concepts of nutrition vs nourishment and where these rolls fit into your health journey. I truly hope you can enjoy eating these this holiday season and that they make your life seem a little bit more normal :-)