Pot-au-feu, generally considered to be the national dish of France,means "pot on the fire." It is a family-style, one-pot meal, beloved by rich and poor alike. The ingredients may vary, but a typical, ... Read More
I have always used the plain water button that is on most soft drink dispensers, but I never noticed the one marked "soda" until Dr. Eades mentioned on his blog (http://www.proteinpower.com) that he ... Read More
One of my local stores had a fantastic Fourth of July special on Niman Ranch premium, pastured, baby back ribs ($4.00 off per pound!). I am (temporarily, I hope) allergic to tomatoes and peppers ... Read More
Stuffed Celery Smear some cream cheese on a celery stick and you’ve got a quick, low-carb snack; make this delightfully retro stuffed celery and you’ve got an impressive hors d’oeuvre. 4 ounces ... Read More
Traditional Swedish crispbread is made of rye, wheat, yeast, salt, and water. My grain-free, gluten-free, and yeast-free version is made of nuts, seeds, salt, water, and a little good fat. ... Read More
Yet another study has exonerated saturated fat and cholesterol of any link to heart disease and fingered the real culprit. The new research, just published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, found no evidence ... Read More
The perfect finale for a romantic dinner with that special someone! Recipe adapted from Nourished; a Cookbook for Health, Weight Loss, and Metabolic Balance.ROSE-FLAVORED ICE CREAM One of the most memorable desserts ... Read More
I was trying to make egg-free, almond-free tortillas that I could eat with my newly discovered allergies, but I was pleasantly surprised with this recipe. They turned out to be thicker and ... Read More
I've been making my own snack foods since cutting out all the likely sources of allergens. Most purchased low-carb snacks and bars contain whey, egg, chocolate, and/or almonds. I found several raw, vegan, ... Read More
Fragrant, earthy, spicy, and perfect for a cold winter day! Recipe adapted from "Nourished; a Cookbook for Health, Weight Loss, and Metabolic Balance." Ingredients: 2 tablespoons peanut or coconut oil ½ cup ... Read More
How do you like your eggs? The best way to prepare eggs, except for raw, which brings a different set of issues to the table, is poached. Lightly cooked whites and lovely, liquid yolks retain all their nutrients, including their ... Read More
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