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Traditional Southern Turkey Dressing (Paleo, Autoimmune)

Traditional Southern Turkey Dressing (Paleo, Autoimmune)

Think authentic dressing is impossible if you're nut-free, egg-free, and grain-free? THINK AGAIN! This recipe tastes JUST like my Gramma's classic recipe yet is free of all those things, all Top 8 Allergens, and is suitable for the Autoimmune Protocol! YEAH!

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Southern Fried Chicken + Paleo Eats Review

Southern Fried Chicken + Paleo Eats Review

I am a Georgia Peach and a Southerner through and through, so you know I squealed with joy when I saw a recipe for authentic paleo Southern Fried Chicken in Kelly Bejelly's new cookbook Paleo Eats. Come get the recipe in an exclusive sneak peek into the cookbook, which releases Jan 6th 2015!

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How to Make Puerto Rican Pasteles (paleo, AIP option)

How to Make Puerto Rican Pasteles (paleo, AIP option)

I am excited to introduce you to a wonderful naturally paleo dish from Puerto Rico called "pasteles". Pasteles are similar to tamales, but the dough is made from gluten-free and grain-free tropical fruit, root, and vegetable starches. Pasteles are a traditional holiday food in Puerto Rico, with many families making them while everyone is together. Having extra hands does make the process go a lot faster! I hope you enjoy the recipe, and don't forget to watch the videos I made to accompany it -- they are critical for your success in making these!

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Chicken Liver Pâté + The Zenbelly Cookbook

Chicken Liver Pâté + The Zenbelly Cookbook

Pâté is a fantastic way to include liver in your diet, especially if you are squeamish about the idea of eating liver in the first place. This decadent recipe comes to the blog courtesy of Simone of Zenbelly and is from her newly-released cookbook: The Zenbelly Cookbook. Come grab the recipe, hear my review of the cookbook, and enter to win a copy of your own!

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Curried Chicken Salad Flat Bread Sandwiches + The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook Review

Curried Chicken Salad Flat Bread Sandwiches + The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook Review

Mickey Trescott of Autoimmune-Paleo.com and author of the amazing Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook has been generous enough to let me share not one but TWO recipes from her acclaimed cookbook -- Garlic "Mayo" and Curried Chicken Salad. My favorite way to eat her delightful salad? As a flat bread sandwich! Enjoy :-)

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BBQ Chicken Flatbread Pizza (autoimmune paleo)

BBQ Chicken Flatbread Pizza (autoimmune paleo)

One night, while eating BBQ chicken thighs and AIP flatbread, it struck me that I should combine the two and make an AIP version of BBQ chicken pizza on a flatbread crust. I owe many thanks to Russ at The Domestic Man for the inspiration; I started with his flatbread recipe and modified it to end up with what is a fantastic pizza crust for both the AIP diner or anyone else who is simply following a grain-free diet. Since I have this obsession with cooking with gelatin, I've used it in this recipe and the resulting crust is both pleasantly crunchy and chewy at the same time. You will really enjoy this recipe! 

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