by Colleen Francioli
Then the recipes are divided into sections for Smoothies, Breakfast, Sides and Salads, Meatless Mains, Fish and Seafood, Poultry and Meat, Snacks and Desserts, and Broths and Sauces. Each recipe has nutritional labels, and labels to say whether it is dairy-free, vegetarian, nut-free, vegan, one pot, or a quick recipe.
Some recipes are especially recommended for healing gut inflammation, and most have substitutions for high-FODMAP ingredients, so that you can enjoy your favorite foods without the bowel distress. Instead of using garlic, the author recommends garlic oil for all the good taste and none of the FODMAPS. Instead of using black beans or refried beans in your tacos, use chickpeas for a low-FODMAP solution.
I really want to try the Sweet Potato Pancakes and Almond Cookies! The One Pot Chicken Cordon Bleu looks good too!
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