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Green Chicken & Vegetable Chili

Oct 24 2013

As it’s the end of October, I expected I’d be posting recipes like gluten-free pumpkin breads with coconut frosting or perhaps a creamy spiced kabocha squash soup. And I still plan to do that, but they’ll have be GAPS-friendly (more on that soon). In an ideal world, the chili I’m sharing with you is best suited to the produce of late summer/early fall (depending on where you live) and to cooler weather when we crave stews the most. But, some recipes we end up eating year-round, whether or not you adapt them to the seasonal produce most readily available. … Read On »

Wild Salmon & Quinoa Skillet Dinner for Healthy Joints

Jul 31 2013

Salmon! Fresh off the boat! Wild-caught Alaskan salmon! We’ve all heard that salmon is an excellent health food, but most of what’s sold is farmed, pale and flavorless. Scientists are even genetically-modifying salmon and that’s some Frankenfish you don’t want to touch… and we definitely don’t want them to breed with real salmon. Seemingly these interventions are to keep a steady supply of such a high-demand commodity protein. As much as I’d like to eat salmon several times a week, I just don’t. I pay the premium price for fresh Alaskan salmon a few times in the summer and then have frozen salmon later in the year. I also supplement with high-quality fish oils. Pacific salmon has been overfished and even disappeared in Pacific Northwest rivers. Slowly salmon is making a comeback, thanks to the efforts of sustainable fisheries, and there’s great sources of Alaskan salmon with  low risk for mercury-contamination. This is the time of year to savor flavorful, meaty salmon from Alaskan rivers and celebrate its incredible health benefits. … Read On »

Beef Picadillo with Summer Squash

A quick and easy one-pot meal, with the Spanish flavors of smoked paprika and green olives, balanced with a tiny bit of sweetness from raisins. Most of the ingredients are easy to keep in a well-stocked kitchen. This recipe is easily adaptable to suit food-allergies and availability of ingredients.