AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Dandelion Pesto

If I had to pick my favorite wild plant that is readily available in a grocery store produce section, it would be dandelion greens. Yes, the weed most of us yank out of our gardens! Wild plants like dandelion greens ...

Golden Raisin Coleslaw

  My absolute favorite recipes are the ones where I don’t have to do anything aside from get the ingredients together, and that includes only having to clean the one dish they were combined in. During winter, that means a ...

Hot and Sour Soup

  This mildly spicy Hot and Sour Soup makes a wonderful side dish to any Asian or Asian-inspired entree, but can also become a main dish itself with the addition of half a pound of cooked, shredded chicken during the ...

Classic Deli Tuna Salad

  Tuna salad is often vilified as smelly, fishy, and a Very Bad Thing to bring to the office for lunch. This reputation put me off it for years, until I went looking for easy seafood recipes I could whip ...

Salmon Stew with Rutabaga, Leeks, and Dill

  Salmon can be delightful in soups and stews, but a little tricky to work with. The best method I’ve discovered is not to let the fish cook in boiling liquid; instead, if you stir it in gently just after ...

Prosciutto-Wrapped Salmon with Lemon and Herbs

You’re going to love this salmon recipe, not only because it has so much flavor but also because it’s so unbelievably quick to make. In fact it’s one of those meals that looks like you’ve gone to far more effort ...

Egg Roll Stir-Fry

  It’s been ages since I’ve had Chinese food. With so much of it breaded and fried, heaped over rice, and swimming in sauces made of soy and/or corn starch, it’s not the most allergen-friendly cuisine. But with a few ...

Maple Lime Pork Roast

  I’m sure regular Autoimmune Wellness recipe fans know by now that most of my recipes come from two places: either the idea happens rather accidentally as I’m working on something else, or I have some ingredients hanging around that ...