Nourishing Recipes for a Healthy, Happy Gut

Nourishing Recipes for a Healthy, Happy Gut

Recipes and helpful information for anyone following the Paleo Diet. All recipes are free from gluten, dairy, grains and sugar. Most recipes are also compliant with the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, which is prescribed for managing Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Crohn's Disease, Coeliac Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, leaky gut and other gastrointestinal (GI) disorders.


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Guide to replacing wheat flour with gluten-free flour

Guide to replacing wheat flour with gluten-free flour

This article provides an in-depth guide to working with gluten-free flours. We will discuss what purpose gluten serves in bakes, and how to achieve the same effect when using gluten-free ingredients. We will look at the physical properties of each gluten-free flour, and assess what […]

Pork Scratchings

Pork Scratchings

Pork scratchings are a delightfully unhealthy British pub snack, that provide an addictive delivery of crunchy, salty pig fat. Pork rind and the subcutaneous layer of fat are cooked over a low, slow heat until tender, and then roasted at a high heat until the […]

Grain-free Tabbouleh Salad (made with cauliflower)

Grain-free Tabbouleh Salad (made with cauliflower)

Tabbouleh is a simple and refreshing parsley salad from the Levant, which is generally served with grilled meat. It comprises of sliced herbs (parsley and mint), salad vegetables (cucumber, tomatoes and spring onions), a starchy grain (bulgar wheat) and a dressing that is equal parts oil to acid (olive […]

Mango Salad

Mango Salad

This recipe is for a nice cooling salad, which works well against the fruity heat of jerk dishes. But if you like, you can add a pinch of chilli powder for a bit of heat, or some alliums like chopped chives, spring onions or red onion […]

Caribbean Steamed Cabbage

Caribbean Steamed Cabbage

This quick and simple cabbage recipe makes a good alternative to white rice. You can add some sprigs of thyme or finely diced red chilli to the mix, if you like. But as I always eat this with spicy jerk chicken, I prefer to create […]

Brazilian Pork Stew

Brazilian Pork Stew

Authentic Feijoada (fey-jwah-duh) is a rich and hearty pork and bean stew, for which minimal seasoning is required. Although it is considered the national dish of Brazil, it actually originated in Portugal, being transported to Brazil when it was a colony of the Portuguese empire. It is […]