Tomato Free Barbecue Sauce
This recipe is courtesy of The Paleo Approach Cookbook by Sarah Ballantyne, which is a companion guide to The Paleo Approach. Sarah is a trailblazer in the Autoimmune Paleo dietary protocol and outlines the protocol in her books. Because this barbecue sauce is free of the seed-based spices and nightshades found in barbecue sauces, it is suitable for those following the Autoimmune Paleo Diet.
The Recipe Archives ⋆ Emily Levenson
During my tenure of food blogging, I shared a treasure trove of dairy-free, nightshade-free, wheat-free, gluten-free, egg-free, and soy-free recipes. The bulk of the recipes were also plant-based, with a few meat-centric recipes thrown in for good measure. Pulling together this collection of recipes was incredibly bittersweet. On the one hand, it was incredibly humbling to see the sheer amount of content (and deliciousness) that I’ve been able to create. But it also shined a light on the…
A Nightshade-Free Spice Pantry | Plan to Eat
Sometimes, once in a great while, I have a Good Idea. One of those ideas that makes day-to-day living easier and that I have opportunity to appreciate everyday. Ready for my most recent one? Here’s a peek: I learned several things from my time spent with Diane’s book and the Autoimmune Protocol. The one that seems […]
Nightshade-Free Cherry BBQ Sauce - Autoimmune Wellness
With summer BBQ season in full swing, I thought I would share what I have been making as an addition to easily AIP-friendly grilled meats — nightshade-free BBQ sauce! While I was brainstorming about ways I could make a flavorful sauce without all nightshades, one of my friends told me about her mother’s recipe that mostly consisted of sautéed cherries blended into a paste. ...
I have a friend that can't have potatoes or any nightshades for that matter so I tried my hand at making yucca fries for her. I have to say that they turned out pretty well, and if you can't eat potatoes these are definitely worth frying up! They do have a slightly sweet taste but they crisp up just like french fries. Ingredients: Yucca Oil for frying Directions: Peel the yucca with a vegetable peeler. You will use a little more force to remove the skin than a potato. The root has a fibrous…
Curried Chicken & "Rice" Stew (Paleo, AIP, GAPS, Wahls, Whole30)
I've always loved chicken and rice soups and curries. Here, I combine these two loves into a delicious AIP recipe. The result? A flavor-packed one-pot meal!