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Balsamic Roasted Beans


Ingredients: 500g green beans  2 tsp coconut oil 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar 1 tsp of salt 1/2 tsp of pepper Instructions: Preheat oven to 200 degrees C.  Pat green beans dry and spread them out onto a roasting tin in a single layer so they all lay flat. Dollop with coconut oil…(Read More)

Succulent Roast Turkey


I’m sure that we all agree, that the turkey the sun that the whole roast-meal revolves around! Traditionally, turkey is stuffed with breading and served with sausages, bacon and all kinds of complicated trimming.  Well this recipe is beautiful in it’s simplicity. The flavours from the herbs and the orange infuse…(Read More)

Triple Berry Cranberry Sauce

Named triple berry for the use of juice, whole fruit and dried fruit, this cranberry sauce is a family favorite modified over the years to switch from sugar to honey and reduced added sugars found in juice, marmalade and dried fruit. Finding acceptable alternatives can be challenging but worth the effort.  We love&nbsp…(Read More)

Slow Cooker, Apple Roasted Turkey

This recipe for roast turkey breast (or crown), is absolutely delicious and super easy!! If you need a moist, juicy, no hassle recipe this Christmas, then this is the recipe for you.  Brining overnight and also using the slow cooker makes the quite dry turkey breast really moist and juicy. This also makes it…(Read More)

Beef Pot Roast

Beef Pot Roast


Beef pot roast is a classic family meal. Here we have a delicious version that is allergen free! The seasoning adds a delicious smoky depth to the meat, and there are lots of vegetables for added nutrition as well.  Perfect for large family or friend get-togethers, or the long winter nights.  &nbsp…(Read More)

Gut Friendly Rainbow Rice Salad

Eating the “colors of the rainbow” helps us stay healthy by providing special plant chemicals, found in the pigment of the plant, that support many aspects of our health. This recipe provides the colours: Red, orange, green, blue/purple, white/tan and yellow, which is all 6 colours of the phytonutrient rainbow, making this a…(Read More)

Perfect Vegan Gluten Free Pancakes

I’m not really that strong a recipe creator in general and DEFINITELY not when it comes to baking. I need a recipe for baking for sure. So, I am delighted to have found this recipe for DF, GF, and egg free pancakes…(Read More)

Dirty Rice And Beans

Dirty Rice and Beans


The traditional version of this Southern side dish uses a ground meat like chicken liver or gizzards. This version uses mushrooms for a cleaned-up version with lots of great flavor and nutrition…(Read More)

SIBO Soup. Robyn Puglia

SIBO soup


The SIBO diet can seem terrifyingly sparse in the earliest, most restricted stages. I have come up with a couple of recipes to help support this process as much as possible and I’d like to share this one as it’s simple and really delicious…(Read More)

Cherry shrub

Cherry Shrub


Sweet-tart hibiscus mixed with antioxidant rich cherries and star anise make for a refreshing beverage or syrup to top your favorite frozen dessert…(Read More)

Tomato and fennel soup

Tomato-Fennel Soup


Although the health benefits of chicken broth enhance this rich Tomato-Fennel Soup; you may use vegetable broth for a vegetarian version…(Read More)

Happy Salsa. A gut-friendly fermented food

I call this salsa “happy” because, frankly it makes me smile whenever I eat it. This is an easy and versatile recipe to introduce a fermented food to your family…(Read More)

Fermentation 101. Basic Tools and Techniques

Fermentation is the transformation of vegetables and salt (or cultures) into delicious fermented foods, due to the work of the lactic acid, that is produced when Lactobacillus bacteria, already present in the vegetables digests sugars in the vegetable. Learn more about the process and why fermented foods are so good for you here…(Read More)

Duck Leg in Orange Sauce

Duck is actually one of my favourite meats. I love how much flavour it has. Paring duck with orange is a classic combination, with very good reason – it’s absolutely delicious. The tangy sweet orange sauce perfectly compliments the rich meat. This dish is very simple and quick to prepare. Add some steamed greens or…(Read More)

Easy Asian Broccoli Chicken and Mushroom Stir-Fry

Here is a quick, easy and delicious meal that you can throw together in just a few minutes midweek. The star of this meal is broccoli, one of my favourite nutritional powerhouses. The key here is don’t overcook it, just take some of the crunch out. The leaves of the broccoli soak up the…(Read More)

Beet Kvass. Robyn Puglia

Recipe for Beet Kvass


Fermented foods are a critical part of re-establishing and maintaining good gut bacteria and therefore a healthy immune system. Fermented foods are a great example of food as medicine and I really believe that everyone should eat them every day. I also think that eating a variety of fermented foods is better than just…(Read More)

Bone broth is an old food that is currently enjoying a huge revival of popularity. This is thanks to its nutritional density, its reputation as a healing food for those aiming to repair or maintain health and, last but not least, its ability to add some serious yum to even a simple dish. The broth…(Read More)

Fantastic Egg Replacement Recipe for Autoimmune Diet.

One of the most difficult food eliminations in my opinion is egg. Firstly, we have all sorts of substitute products for things like cheese or bread, even on AIP. But there isn’t really anything that tastes like egg, and not much that binds like egg does when cooking. Well I don’t have much…(Read More)

Paleo, GF, DF, creamy cauliflower soup. Pure comfort food.

This warm, creamy soup is total comfort food. Full of healthy fats, gut healing nutrients from the bone broth and phytonutrients from the cauliflower, onion and ginger this deceptively simple soup packs a real nutritional punch. Ingredients 1 large or 2 medium cauliflower(s), about 1.2kg 3 Tbsp olive oil 1 large potato, about…(Read More)