AIP Cookbooks | What I ate on Autoimmune Paleo Days 26-29

AIP Cookbooks | What I ate on Autoimmune Paleo Days 26-29

One of the most important tools most people need when eating an AIP diet (Autoimmune Paleo Protocol) is cookbooks. Without them, it can be quite daunting to try to figure out what to eat and you might find yourself eating the same thing over and over again. This isn’t good, as we need a wide variety of foods to help heal our guts. In this episode I discuss the 5 AIP cookbooks I’ve been cooking from this time (in May 2018).

This doesn’t mean recipes can’t be found online or you can’t make them up – this is just an easy way to get recipes that work for you that typically are tested more than online ones to be failsafe.

I also share in this episode the meals I’ve been eating for days 26- 29 including a hiking/fishing day trip and a Memorial Day dinner (was supposed to be a picnic but huge thunderstorms thwarted that!)

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The cookbooks I mention in this video:
Healing Kitchen:
Simple French Paleo:
The Autoimmune Paleo cookbook:
The Paleo Healing Cookbook:
Autoimmune Wellness Handbook:

The meals I ate:

Day 25 (dinner)- Rosemary & Proscuitto Stromboli from the Healing Kitchen and roasted broccoli (without the red pepper flakes and pepper):

Day 26:

Breakfast – Cassava flour pancakes (recipe not yet shared nor perfected 🙂 and an Apple Sage Sausage (recipe from the book Practical Paleo but AIP-ified

Lunch: leftover stromboli

Dinner: Patacones: and grilled shrimp, pineapple, and red onion

Day 27:

Breakfast – leftover Carrot Cake N’oatmeal from The Healing Kitchen and 1 pancake

Lunch: A “chicken salad” of leftover grilled chicken and sweet potatoes, blueberries, diced radishes, cilantro, sea salt, and the avocado mayo from The Healing Kitchen
an AIP Carob Chip Cookie:
and Cassava Chip: s

Snack: Freshly caught trout pan fried in olive oil with fresh thyme and oregano and sea salt
Mavuno Harvest Organic Tropical Mix (dried fruit):

Dinner: Paleo on the Go Grassfed Beef Taco Kit with Salsa Verde (half of it):

Day 28:

Breakfast: leftover pancakes, Apple Sage Sausage, and a Dandelion Chicory root blend drink

Lunch: Leftover Paleo on the Go Beef Taco kit with radishes, arugula, and leftover patacones (reheated in the toaster oven)

Dinner: Smoked pork baby back ribs (smoked with only salt), Cherry BBQ sauce from the Autoimmune Paleo cookbook, a “slaw” of sliced cabbage, raisins, and the Avocado Mayo from the Healing Kitchen, and brussels sprouts tossed with avocado oil and sea salt and roasted at 425 F for 25 minutes and then tossed with balsamic vinegar

Day 29-

Breakfast – Sweet Potato bowl – white sweet potato, banana, Perfect Supplements Collagen
coconut milk, sea salt and all mashed together with an immersion blender
topped with fresh blueberries and strawberries, shredded coconut, and some crumbled banana chips:

Lunch: Leftover pork ribs and brussels sprouts

Dinner: Roast Chicken (using this recipe but omitting the black pepper and replacing the white flour with arrowroot powder):
and Mashed Cauliflower (mashed with olive oil, roasted garlic, and sea salt)

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