How to activate your nuts: Making a habit of soaking your raw nuts and seeds increases their vitamin and mineral content and makes them easier for us to absorb. In other words – more nutrient-dense. Why wouldn’t you?
One of my favourite hobbies is to ferment my vegetables. And it turns out it’s a GREAT choice in a hobby because the edible end result is so good for you. And, it’s economical and seasonal and sustainable – and all those other things that a thinking AIPer is interested in. Onwards!
I first shared how to ferment your vegetables back in October 2015! I’m still using this method to make seriously nutrient-dense and gut-friendly probiotic-filled fermented veggies. They taste amazing and are so good for you!
I’ve got your AIP Christmas recipes covered with this lot. How to AIP-ise and remove the stress from your Christmas cooking. AIP muggles won’t even know!
There is something reassuring about knowing a recipe you’re about to try for the first time works because it comes recommended by someone who makes it frequently, don’t you think?
This listicle is 100% AIP-friendly. All of the recipes are bloody good. All of them are recipes I have on repeat. And, all of them are from fellow bloggers who know their shizzle when it comes to healthy food with great flavour!
My promised fermented garlic paste number is here! This baby is full of probiotic goodness and you will not believe what a great kitchen hack it is!
And, if you’ve never made your own fermented garlic paste before – it’s bloody fabulous. I highly recommend you add this to your wholefood arsenal…
We’ve been having a long, hot and humid summer. I’ve been making a LOT of salads. Because, that’s what you do when you want to ensure your nutrient density is up, even when it’s too hot to spend time in the kitchen.
This is my no frills, ‘go to’ salad dressing. I whip it up in no time, it’s tastes great and it is completely free of any nasties.
Give it a go. It may become YOUR no frills, ‘go to’ salad dressing, too!
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