AutoImmune Paleo Articles
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 ...

Cherry Basil Bruschetta

Once upon a time, we lived in the country. During that magical time, we had a ginormous garden. In the first year, we had 17 tomato plants of several varieties. There is nothing like fresh tomatoes in summer – until ...

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 ...

Apple and Turmeric Jellies

  We’re very fond of jellies in our house. And when they’re made with healing ingredients such as these, there is every reason to make them a regular treat. Turmeric has a well known list of uses in the medicine ...

Spiced Butternut Wedges with Avocado Lime Mayo

  ‘ Now that we’ve reached October, the oven’s back on and I want to roast vegetables. Butternut squash has to be one of my favorite roasties and when they’re covered in spices they’re even more satisfying. My boy has ...

Blackberry Collagen Popsicles

  Popsicles are a fun way to stay cool during the summer, but unfortunately most store-bought varieties have sub-optimal ingredients or added sugar. Not only do I like to make my popsicles sweetened only with fruit, but I also add ...

Minty Mango Lassi

  Mango lassis have been a staple in my household ever since we first encountered them at a local Indian restaurant in high school. A mellow, creamy fruit smoothie, lassis are often made with cucumber, rose, or a variety of ...

Vibrant Green Juice Gummies

  This is a fun twist on gelatin gummies using green juice as the base. Not only can you get a great dose of gelatin, which is great for a healthy gut, skin, nails, and hair, but you can also ...