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Southern Fried Okra (Gluten-Free, Paleo, AIP, Vegan)

Southern Fried Okra (Gluten-Free, Paleo, AIP, Vegan)

Southern fried okra is on the menu again thanks to Otto's Cassava Flour. This recipe is super fast, flavorful, and easy. Perfect summer side for Paleo, AIP, gluten-free, or vegan diets. 

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Egg-free Bacon Herb Muffins (AIP, Paleo)

Egg-free Bacon Herb Muffins (AIP, Paleo)

These bacon herb muffins are the perfect egg-free protein-packed breakfast for the AIP paleo protocol. 

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Autoimmune Paleo Apple Crisp

Autoimmune Paleo Apple Crisp

Nothing says Fall like a warm, gooey bowl of apple crisp! Now you can enjoy this delicious treat even if you are autoimmune paleo in this nut-free, seed-free paleo version! Of course, it's also grain-free and dairy-free :)

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Paleo Orange Blossom Cookies

Paleo Orange Blossom Cookies

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! 

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Autoimmune Paleo Savory Breakfast Cookies (aka flattened biscuits)

Autoimmune Paleo Savory Breakfast Cookies (aka flattened biscuits)

Sometimes kitchen failures turn into great recipes. I've tried and tried to come up with an egg-free, autoimmune paleo biscuit, but, no matter what I do, they don't rise. They've all come out flat as pancakes! Thus, Savory Breakfast Cookies were born. Even though they don't look like a biscuit, they taste like one, and they make the perfect AIP savory breakfast bread! 

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Cooking With Coconut Oil - Review!

Cooking With Coconut Oil - Review!

Today I am excited to review the GORGEOUS new cookbook Cooking With Coconut Oil: Gluten-Free, Grain-Free Recipes for Good Living by Elizabeth Nyland of Guilty Kitchen. It is full of tasty and exciting dishes that anyone will enjoy, but this cookbook is particularly well-suited for anyone following a paleo, primal, real food, gluten-free, or grain-free lifestyle. Plus many recipes are compliant with variations such as the Whole30, 21-Day Sugar Detox, and even the auto-immune paleo protocol or GAPS. This cookbook features a wide variety of creative recipes for all main meals, snacks, salads, and desserts. The recipes are beautifully photographed with easy to follow, very approachable directions that will make you want to start cooking as soon as you get your hands on the book!

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