Category Archives: Recipes: Meat

SCD PALEO Pot Roast with Orange and Dates

SUMMARY: What do I feed 4000 pounds of twenty-four men the night before the big game?  SCD PALEO Pot Roast with Orange and Dates redic EASY and delic!  This dish has graced our table repeatedly over the years.  In fact, my boys request this dish when we feed their basketball team the night before big games.  Bonus:  Double it always.  This is an EASY make Ahead and Freeze.  I send it to school so my kidos slurp in extra immune boosting bone broth.  It travels over twenty-four hours as the ice in my cooler and feeds my ever expanding clan at the beach.  The secret ingredients:  Dates, apples, pineapple, allspice, red wine vinegar, OJ, and parsley (still coming out from under our garden’s blanket of snow) combine with the tenderness of a Dutch Oven.  Credit for this culinary redic delic creation goes back years to Mara from the SCD Breaking the Vicious Cycle yahoo blog. It is without a doubt my favorite amazing healing diet recipe. Add it to your arsenal!

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Healing diet holiday recipes (AIP, PALEO, SCD, GAPS)

Summary:  Most everyone wonders what are the ingredients that make up healing diet holiday recipes and that create nutrient dense, anti-inflammatory, low toxin great tasting traditional food that even folks not on any dietary restrictions will enjoy.  Seems impossible, but it is absolutely possible.  I do it all of the time; guests are amazed and hosts welcome such!  

I’m sharing two of my family’s and guests favorite holiday recipes (and my Pinterest Holiday board shares more) for our Butternut Squash Soup opener and incredible Whole Beef Tenderloin recipe which literally melts in your mouth. We’ve tested lots of recipes but these stand the test of time and remain our holiday tradition first course and main entree (recipes are below).   It is interesting that long before I even knew what a healing diet truly was, both of these recipes are coincidentally also autoimmune-protocol (AIP) compliant as well as PALEO, SCD, AND GAPS compliant.  AIP is explained further below, but suffice it to say AIP is perhaps the most challenging of the healing diets due to the vast amount of foods eliminated, albeit this is temporary.  I bet some of your own family favorites are AIP compliant!

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4th of July Fruit Roundup & Burger Thoughts

Sharing an EASY 4th of July Fruit Roundup, and a Grassfed Burger recipe, for party & picnic ideas, although honestly, these are fun & fabulous anytime!

And the best part… absolutely NO artificial colorings, artificial flavorings, or additives!  Nature is providing all!

Tip:   Just dip banana slices in lemon juice to prevent discoloration.

Berries… please buy organic as they are on EWG’s Dirty List:

EWG 2015 Dirty and Clean List
Source: http://ecowatch.com/2015/02/26/shopper-guide-pesticides-produce/

For the pie recipe…  please don’t use canola oil… just use coconut oil!!!  You will soon see the post detailing transfat (and other) problems with canola oil — all industrial seed oils for that matter!

Burger thoughts

For mouthwatering burgers:

Mouthwatering Grassfed Burgers

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 6 minutes

Total Time: 21 minutes

Yield: 12 four and one half inch burgers

Serving Size: One burger.

Mouthwatering Grassfed Burgers

Grassfed meat has fatty acids that differ from grainfed meats. Unique taste results and non-conventional cooking is required to bring out the tastefulness. The reference links in the Notes section are great for understanding fatty acid differences. Source: biomeonboardawareness.com

Ingredients

  • 3 lbs of grassfed ground meat (we use 1 lb —95% lean to 2 lbs — 85% )
  • 2 large cloves of finely diced garlic
  • about 1/2 cup of diced red onions
  • sea salt and pepper to suit your taste preferences.

Instructions

  1. Briefly blend all ingredients using your fingers so as to not toughen burgers.
  2. Shape into 4 - 1/2 diameter sized burgers.
  3. Grill over medium heat flipping every 3 minutes, until reaching an internal temperature of 165 degrees F. NOTE: Once you reach 160 degrees F, the burgers quickly reach 165 degrees F so watch closely. Once burgers reach 165F, they should no longer be pink inside; do not char outside of meat.
  4. Remove burgers from the heat, and allow to rest a few minutes so that juices can meld.

Notes

http://biomeonboardawareness.com/4th-of-july-fruit-roundup-burger-thoughts/

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