When I first went on the Autoimmune protocol Diet (AIP) back in November, it was just about all I could manage to come up with seven dinner recipes and rotate them. I was already running on nonexistent fumes, so the thought of coming up with an entire new arsenal of
In my last post I talked about my goal of creating quick and easy recipes that were also largely allergen free and in compliance with the Autoimmune Protocol Diet. Some of the recipes available for this diet protocol use hard to find ingredients and can be time consuming to make.
As with many of my recipes this one came out of experimentation and a need for dessert. We had a super super hot day earlier this week, with temperatures near 100 degrees, and I desperately wanted something cool for dessert. However, an ice cream run was not in the budget.
As you may have already been able to gather, I love breakfast food. I could easily eat breakfast foods for every meal of the day. However, for the first part of my paleo journey my breakfasts became repetitively based on eggs. Fried eggs, scrambled eggs, hardboiled eggs, repeat. Don’t get
Yesterday I wrote about making your own laundry detergent, today I’m continuing the trend and including a recipe on the next easiest household cleaning product you can make, dishwasher detergent. It uses a couple of the same ingredients as the laundry detergent does, plus a couple of other easy-to-find household
These past few weeks have been challenging for me. My ulcerative colitis flare up has not yet calmed itself which has caused a variety of challenges in my life, from loss of appetite to the random appearance of severe joint pain. This has, in turn, left me on an emotional
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