AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Thai Tuna Salad Wraps

  One of my favorite places to eat in my neighborhood is a cozy little family-owned Thai place on the corner of a strip mall where I used to work. It was a popular pit stop for employees on their ...

Poached Salmon Salad with Dill Vinaigrette

  The idea for this wine-poached salmon salad came from a half-empty bottle of white wine left in my fridge. I love to have a bottle of red or white wine around for cooking. I add red wine to simmering ...

Citrus-Bacon Brussels Sprouts Salad

  Brussels sprouts: Love ’em or hate ’em, there is no in-between. At least, that’s how it seems. Every time I mention them, I’m met with cries of disgust. And yet they’re one of the most nutritious vegetables out there. ...

Calamari Summer Salad

  This month I’m bringing you a recipe with a protein source I’m willing to bet you’ve been overlooking… squid, or as very refined folks call it, calamari. (I titled this recipe “calamari,” just so I could lure you in.) ...

Chicken Caesar Salad

  I have to admit that before attempting to create this recipe, I’d never had a Caesar salad before. All I knew about them was that the dressing contained anchovies and without even knowing what anchovies tasted like, I was ...

Crispy Gingered Chicken Salad

  Here’s a very simple, but packed with flavor (not to mention veggies!) salad to fuel you through your spring. I was inspired to make this salad when thinking back to a salad I made often in the early days ...

Beet, Grapefruit and Fig Salad

  How many of you are on team “Beets Taste Like Dirt?” I have been the team captain for many years, but my logical brain has been overriding my olfactory system lately. I WANT to like beets. They are full ...

Strawberry Kale Salad

  Strawberries have become one of my favorite salad toppings for the Autoimmune Protocol. Like cherry tomatoes, they add strong flavor and a beautiful pop of color, and they pair well with just about anything. Basil is usually my go-to, ...