This recipe is: Paleo + AIP (Autoimmune Protocol) + Whole30 + low carb/ketogenic + vegan friendly + coconut free
My Thyme Scented Creamy Fennel + Asparagus Soup represents one of the many ways I like to celebrate asparagus’s arrival and the joy of Spring’s bounty.
By time asparagus spears are hitting the farmer’s markets here in Seattle, the weather has warmed and the days have grown longer. We’ve officially entered what I call “The Last Season For Soup.” Winter is all about hearty stews. Come Summer, I’ll be loath to have anything hot, but this time of year a bowlful of something warm and light hits the spot.
This recipe is: Paleo + AIP (Autoimmune Protocol) + Whole30 + vegan + low carb/ketogenic + SCD + coconut free
Sautéing celery enhances it’s digestibility and primes it for soaking up my bright + bold lemon garlic dressing. The tangy citrus and spicy garlic are perfect for the season’s shift, offering anti-microbial protection as the weather cools. Whether you’re looking for a savory side dish, or a warm salad with a bit of bite on a cloudy day, this deliecious recipe delivers.
Hey real quick: anything I post regarding my treatments is meant for informational purposes only. I’m merely seeking to share what my experience of treating chronic Lyme disease looks like in order to spread awareness about this complex and misunderstood condition. You can read my “official” Medical Disclaimer HERE.
Yes, healing from Lyme is work, and treatments can be intense. Even more reason to keep laughing and loving!
The focus of this post is to share what I’m currently doing to heal my Mind Body & Spirit from chronic Lyme dis-ease. But I’ll start by giving you a brief synopsis of my previous healing to get you up to date. I’m not sure when I first contracted Lyme, but I’ve been sick most of my life. Although I’ve been challenged by the disabling effects of end stage Lyme for almost a decade, it wasn’t until last year that I was properly diagnosed.
These eggs are the fluffiest. Because who doesn’t love fluffy? Once you makes eggs with my secret ingredient I think you’ll agree: this is the only way to make a scramble. My recipe calls for garlic chives, because well, they’re awesome.
Garlic chives are a must have in any garlic-lover’s LowFODMAP kitchen. Even your gut is great with regular garlic, these chives pack an impressive nutritional punch so if you can, include them! (Click HERE to learn more about the nutritional radness of garlic chives.) However, if you can’t track some down, substitute regular onion chives or scallions.