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notes from an autoimmune kitchen

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    I actually made (and photographed) this carob and plum cake last year but ended up holding off on posting as the season came to an end. Now the season is just coming in, so there’s plenty of time to maximize your plum cake making. And you’ll want to do that because, if you share the...

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    The post Carob and Plum Cake {AIP, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    If you purchased the recent AIP Resource Library bundle I hope you are loving it as much as the contributors hoped you would, and if you bought yours from me I just want to say a huge, big, massive thank you for your support. It means so much! So here’s a quick and simple gut-healing...

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    The post White Peach and Kombucha Ice Cream Float {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    I grew up eating hashes, but usually as a way to finish up any leftovers. My mother would store up all our uneaten food in small bowls in the fridge then, at some stage, retrieve the frying pan, heat it nicely and sauté all the various bits and pieces. Chopped steamed carrots, shredded chicken from...

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    The post Sweet Potato and Wild Salmon Hash {AIP, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    There are so many reasons to love Annmarie Gianni Skin Care. I’ve always been lucky enough to have good skin. I didn’t suffer with acne or any other problems as a child. However, living with a hypothyroidism diagnosis for the last two decades has meant my skin errs on the side of dryness, and is...

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    The post Why I Love Annmarie Gianni Skin Care: A Giveaway appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    I’m a big fan of fenugreek, in fact I think it’s my new favourite herb. When you pair it with roasted vegetables, it’s a combination I just can’t get enough of. Fenugreek has a rustic earthiness which I love and am increasingly feeling the need to use in my cooking. Add a coconut curry sauce...

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    The post Fenugreek Roasted Vegetables with Coconut Curry Sauce {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    Soothing, comforting, anti-inflammatory and healing – AIP Golden Milk is a lovely treat with turmeric, ginger, the juice of an orange and a date or two. Sadly we don’t get to use much turmeric in our house. My son’s very sensitive to it ironically. Same with ginger. Something you might want to bear in mind –...

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    The post AIP Golden Milk with Orange and Dates {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    If you’re curious about what we’ll be eating for treats over the holidays, I have four words for you: Spiced English Pear Trifle. And if you know what’s good for you, you really ought to be doing the same! So, you know I love my cinnamon pears right? And you know I’m English – and that the English...

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    The post Spiced English Pear Trifle {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    Dr Sarah Ballantyne’s new book, Paleo Principles, is the most comprehensive guide to the Paleo diet that you’ll find on the shelves of any book store. It was created as a one-stop Paleo book so there’s no need to cross refer to other publications for more clarification. It’s all here. Getting your hands on Paleo...

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    The post Paleo Principles – A Review and Giveaway appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    In case you’re in the market for some inspiration as to what to add to the wish list or, if you need to buy for someone else, I thought I’d jot down some of my all-time affordable favourites for making healthy living that bit easier. Use this holiday gift guide as a hint or to...

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    The post Holiday Gift Guide for the Paleo AIP appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    Homemade Carob “Chocolate” Bars are THE thing to be making right now. And yes, if you tolerate cocoa powder make that a thing too. If you’re not a fan of carob, I think you’ll find that adding flavourings changes your mind – so give it a go. Homemade chocolates make incredible gifts for anyone but for...

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    The post Homemade Carob “Chocolate” Bars – Three Ways {AIP, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    Happy New Year – I hope yours has started well! Mine has begun with recovery from gum surgery and many bowls of sweet potato and broccoli soup with kelp flakes! My new favourite soup to be exact, and one of several that I lived off for many days after tissue grafting, when I needed soft food...

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    The post Sweet Potato and Broccoli Soup with Kelp Flakes {AIP, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    The contents of my shopping bags invariably look the same, more or less. The inside of my fridge is fairly predictable as well, give or take. There’s always a place for the likes of fennel, carrots, red cabbage, broccoli, rutabaga, celeriac, cucumber and a couple of jugs of herbs. Of course I do like to...

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    The post Creamy Collards with Garlic and Spices {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    When Maria sent me a review copy of ‘Zesty Scoop‘ and asked if I’d write a testimonial, I was only too happy to oblige. Her first eBook is very novel, extremely imaginative and also a LOT of fun! Who’d have thought that a range of frozen delights could make their way, not just into your dessert bowl...

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    The post Zesty Scoop : Review and Giveaway appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    I’ve been asked several times how to flavour up AIP food in the absence of seed and nightshade spices. Personally I don’t mind not having those spices in my cupboard, because here’s what I do instead. Use LOADS of fresh herbs. Seriously. Literally a bunch worth chopped and added to the pot, right at the...

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    The post Chicken with Mushrooms and Tarragon {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    Did you know that turmeric is so anti-inflammatory it’s a much more effective pain reliever than aspirin? Are you aware that wild salmon has really decent quantities of anti-inflammatory Omega-3, as opposed to farmed salmon which has way more of the inflammatory Omega-6? How about the fact that olives (and olive oil, of course) are a fabulous source of healthy...

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    The post Turmeric Salmon Brochettes with a Chunky Tapenade Relish {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    Hands up who incorporates fermented foods/drinks into your daily diet? If your answer’s no, I’m hoping I can change your mind because, unless you know you react to them, it’s actually a really sensible idea to be doing so. Why eat fermented foods? Simply put, fermented foods restore the natural balance of your gut flora and...

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    The post Lacto-Fermented Garlic Dill Pickles {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    Well, oranges and lemons is a bit of an understatement. There are two different types of both oranges and lemons, and rather than juicing them, I’ve discarded the pith and pips, but used all the zest and everything else. It’s definitely tangy – and if you like your citrus, you’re going to LOVE it. I...

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    The post Oranges and Lemons Ice Cream {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    Roasting is definitely my favourite way to cook vegetables. It draws out the natural sweetness, but the real draw for me is the fact you can shove it in the oven and forget about it for a while, ha! Whilst I’ll happily roast my veggies all year long, I do get particularly excited at this...

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    The post Lemon Scented Roasted Vegetables with a Lemon Vinaigrette {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    I don’t often make treats but when I do, I like to think about how to make them healthily. These banana cinnamon fritters are a great choice and I’ll tell you why. I also made a video tutorial, so scroll down for that too. Yay! Why a good choice? As well as containing a source...

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    The post Banana Cinnamon Fritters {AIP, Paleo, Video Tutorial} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    We all need a Vietnamese shredded chicken salad in our lives and this is the one that’s been keeping us happy for many meals. I tend to eat salads for lunch but this one is so good I want it all the time. Beautifully browned and lightly crisped chicken, thinly sliced and placed over the...

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