Traditional Japanese teriyaki sauce uses only 3 ingredients. My allergen-free adaptation is just as simple, for a teriyaki salmon that’s easy, authentic & and tasty way to include more anti-inflammatory, omega-3 rich fish in your healing diet.Continue reading “Traditional Style Teriyaki Salmon”→
I officially have a Dr’s prescription to nosh on more succulent crustaceans and umami mollusks. Yeah, that’s right. You see, I recently had my labs done which revealed I’m low in Zinc (but otherwise looking good thanks to my nutrient dense diet, huzzah!) To boost my levels of this important immune system mineral, I’ve started some supplementation, and I’ll also be enjoying more zinc-rich foods like shellfish. Doctor’s orders. Oh, I’m loving this.
This is my favorite way to prepare tilapia. It’s a nice way to incorporate red palm oil, an excellent source of Vitamin E. The omega-3s in the fish and curcumin in the turmeric are both anti-flammatory, which my body always appreciates. This recipe is quick, easy, and affordable so we enjoy it most weeks.
This authentic flavored curry sauce pairs wonderfully with white fish, and features Vitamin E rich red palm oil in place of traditional coconut fats. Red palm oil is superior sauce of skin softening Vitamin E but for a long time it’s unique flavor challenged me.
This recipe is a perfect way to introduce this nutrient dense oil as well a great option for a flavorful coconut-free curry. An abundance fresh herbs and spicy grated ginger provide big flavor with a kick, so there’s need for chilis or garlic making this Asian inspired sauce both AIP and low-FODMAP friendly.