Hashbrowns can be made with any squash, this one is with buttercup squash, a low starch, low moisture squash. Butternut squash, spaghetti squash and acorn squash also make good options. Remove the skin with a chef’s knife or any other kitchen knife that is manageable. Scrape the seeds out a large serving […]
While on the GAPS protocol, a few supplements can be used to reduce inflammation and boost healing. These supplements are not designed for long term use, but instead, for a time in the beginning, while inflammation is at its greatest. Supplements, for most GAPS folks, include probiotics, Fermented Cod Liver Oil, Cod Liver Oil […]
Key Lime Pie is a seasonal favorite, that is refreshing and smooth. Making Key Lime Pie in a healthy manner will satisfy even the most sensitive palate.
For the crust add two heaping cups of cashews (or two cups cashew butter), 1 egg, 1 teaspoon […]
Making milk kefir is easier than it looks. As one of the strongest food based probiotics, learning to make milk kefir at home will pay you back a million times more than the effort. The first step it to acquire kefir grains, such as these or these or […]
This is probably one of our most favorite meals and is absolutely easy peasy. It’s two steps.
Cut approved bacon and fry in a dutch oven. Add chopped kale to fill to the top of the pot. Stir as it cooks. Top with salt.
There is an optional third step.
Pizza is a comfort food that is often missed on a ketogenic protocol or the GAPS healing protocol. This recipe holds together well and adds a comfort food flare that is unrivaled.
First mix together 4 cups of quality cheese, gouda is used above, 6 eggs, 1 […]
Kombucha is a favored probiotic that is both refreshing and health promoting. Store bought Kombucha runs from $2.50 to $7.00 for roughly 12 ounces. Meanwhile 128 ounces, in a gallon, costs roughly $1.50 to make. That’s equal to buy one, get nine free if you’re making it yourself. That’s math even a tired […]
Fermented ginger, otherwise known as gari, is a delicious warming digestive aid. Ginger is a prokinetic and fermentation assists in digestion, making this a perfect probiotic food for digestive health.
The International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition reported a study on three different species of ginger. Free radical scavenging, peroxide […]
Cooking a pig’s head is daunting, but honestly, one of the easiest things to cook. The local processor or pastured meat sales business can provide you with a head. Some are sold without the cheeks, jowls, as they are used as a form of bacon. The price of a head ranges from free […]
Fermented beans provide beneficial flora to the microbiome that can not be provided from any other food. The benefits are numerous. Fermenting beans is a traditional practice in Asian countries, specifically in the form of natto and tempeh. Different beans give different probiotic strains.
Frontiers In Microbiology says, “Functional properties of microorganisms […]
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- Hashbrowns – GAPS Approved
- Top Rated Fish Oils – GAPS Approved
- Key Lime Pie – GAPS Approved
- Making Milk Kefir – GAPS Approved
- Bacon and Kale – GAPS Approved.
- GAPS Pizza – A Ketogenic Comfort Food
- Making A Kombucha SCOBY From a Store Bought Bottle of Kombucha
- Fermented Ginger
- Cooking A Pigs Head – GAPS Approved
- Fermented Beans – GAPS Approved