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.
Today Tina from Oh Snap, Let's Eat! is sharing a simple staple recipe with us: chunky bacon and kale stir fry! I cannot even count how many times I have eaten a meal almost exactly like this since going paleo. This is a GREAT way to make your leafy greens more palatable and to help you get excited about eating them often. Also, if you are trying to include more bone broth in your diet, you can add a little (or a lot) to this recipe. Enjoy!!
Boy, have I got an amazing guest recipe for you today! This one comes from Libby Louer of Libbylouer.com and is for county fair inspired fried dough -- and it is autoimmune paleo compliant! In fact, the dough has just 1 simple ingredient. You will love how easy and delicious this recipe is, I promise!
Hello, dear readers! I am pleased to introduce you to Erin from Pure and Simple Nourishment, who is sharing her recipe for orange blossom cookies. They are paleo, SCD, and GAPS compliant, but not autoimmune protocol (AIP) due to the almond flour. But! Don't be discouraged -- these would make an excellent recipe to test the reintroduction of almond flour into your diet, as that is the only non-AIP ingredient. Please join me in giving her a warm welcome, and I hope you enjoy her recipe!