Asian Lettuce Wraps – Gluten Free

Asian Lettuce Wraps

I think it’s great that a lot of restaurants these days have gluten free menus.  Only 3% of the population is a true celiac but over the years I have seen so may people change their health, heal their gut, reduce the occurrence of migraines etc etc just by cutting American gluten out of their diet.  Another observation that I have made is that people will go to Europe and.. Read More


How to make Cauliflower Rice

Cauliflower rice is a really great substitute for anything you would serve with white or brown rice.  If you are avoiding grains or just want to cut down on carbs a little it is a really great alternative.  It has the perfect neutral, chewy texture just like rice, absorbs sauces and seasoning well and even looks like rice! Start with the grater accessory for your food processor.  You can also.. Read More


Coconut Curried Chicken Thighs


As I’ve said before I’m a huge fan of Asian food.  So many delicious dishes with meat and seafood and lots of veges.  Miso soup and sushi…yum my mouth is watering.  I don’t know about you but every time I eat it whether it be Thai, Chinese or Japanese I get an upset stomach.  I’m not sure if its the oil they use or the soy sauce or the MSG… Read More


Ginger-Garlic Chicken Thighs


I love to cook, I love to eat.  I love to make things that make everyone in my family happy.  That doesn’t always happen  I would not normally post a boring chicken recipe but this one was so easy and delicious and made the kids, husband and me all happy!  I sometimes find that people turn their noses up at thighs and legs and think that the only way to.. Read More


Substituting Coconut Products for Everyday Foods

Products made with coconut

Coconut products are often a good substitute for many common ingredients that can be highly intolerant foods for many people, such as dairy, gluten and soy: Coconut Yogurt – use in place of dairy yogurt or sour cream, good with yogurt toppings, in smoothies or as sour cream on tacos or potatoes.  Look for the unsweetened variety and one with out carrageenan Coconut flour – can be used in baked goods, for.. Read More