AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Sweet Potato Soufflé

  When I was 15 years old I moved to Georgia from Washington state. The furthest I had ever traveled previously, was Oregon. To say I was shell-shocked is an understatement. Some of my favorite experiences were all the gatherings ...

Raspberry Filled Breakfast Pastry

  I remember grocery shopping as a young girl, begging my mother to finally let us get those delicious, fruity little pockets of morning joy. Each time, thankfully, she would deny me. As a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, the ingredient list ...

Brussels Sprouts, Bacon, and Dates

  Simple, sweet, and savory. I can’t think of a better combination than bacon and Brussels sprouts. Add dates and you’re in business. Sometimes it’s nice to just throw stuff onto a baking sheet, into the oven, and call it ...

Gyoza (Japanese Potstickers)

  One of my favorite things to eat is gyoza or Japanese potstickers. Crispy on the outside, yet chewy and juicy on the inside. I’ve had dreams of making a nutrient-dense and AIP version but I was too intimidated by ...

Clam Chowder

  When I was a little girl, some of my most fondest memories was of eating clam chowder with my grandma at a local restaurant called Oyster House. They would serve it hot in a tiny diner bowl with a ...

Salisbury Steak with Savory Broth

  I hope I’m not the only one who grew up on loving frozen TV dinners. My favorite above all was always the Hungry Man with salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, corn, gravy, and a brownie. As a child, I had ...

Strawberry Cheesecake

It’s berry season and I bet you’re so excited to find any reason to indulge in strawberries. There are so many ways to enjoy them but I cannot think of a better way than strawberry cheesecake. Because of the gelatin ...

Toum Lebanese Emulsified Garlic Sauce

  Are you a dip person? I am. If I could have some sort of dipping sauce with every meal and even more specifically an aioli, I would. Eating AIP-friendly has its challenges but that doesn’t mean you have to ...

AIP Shrimp Po’ Boys

  Close your eyes and take a trip with me down French Quarter. Cobblestone under your feet, swanky music luring in a nearby alley, the smell of beignets and Cajun spices fill your nose. The site, scent, and sound is ...