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Paleo & Low FODMAP Sweet and Sour Chicken | www.asaucykitchen.com ****TAKE OUT ONIONS*****

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3 Low-FODMAP Holiday Appetizer Recipes! Share the food love...Pin it!   This is an epic post, so I'm keepin' the chit-chat short!  You want beautiful, delish appetizers to serve at holiday parties, but the FODMAP Diet means you're stuck with carrot sticks, right? Wrong, sister!  Here are 3 fun, droo

Crostini with Prosciutto, Mozarella, and Sage Butter and made with sourdough bread so they're low-FODMAP. The perfect go-to holiday appetizer recipe if you're on the FODMAP diet.

Low-FODMAP Spanish Beef and Rice Casserole / Delicious as it Looks

I read an interesting article on Slate (see If You Are What You Eat, America is Allrecipes ) the other day about how there is a disparity.

When you eliminate onion and garlic for the FODMAP diet, you are NOT stuck with eating bland food. I created the Ultimate Low-FODMAP Guide to Flavor to show you all the delicious ways that you HAVEN'T heard before to cook without these belly-irritating ingredients. Click through to learn multiple ways to replace onion and garlic AND how to boost flavor in other genius ways, including the use of umami ingredients!

When you cook with no onion and no garlic for the FODMAP diet, you are NOT stuck with eating bland food to get IBS relief. Learn multiple ways to replace onion and garlic AND how to boost flavor in other genius ways. Click through to read the guide and ge

This Skinny Turkey and Quinoa Pot Pie Soup is hearty, but also a healthier version of a classic comfort food and is a great way to use up Thanksgiving leftovers!

Wishing you a blessed Thanksgiving with family, friends and delicious food. As hungry as everyone will be, leftovers are likely to be part of the equation if you’re like me – I always make too much for the feast! My … Continue reading →