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September 2018

Everyday Meals/ Latest Posts/ Salads

Sea Vegetables Chicken Salad with Miracle Noodles

This salad was born when I discovered the Sea Tangle Mixed Sea Vegetables in Whole Foods. I’m not sure if this is available in other stores, but I’m sure you will find some sort of compliant sea vegetables elsewhere. Just make sure they have no weird ingredients added, they should only need salt. This is easy to put together and works as dinner but also can be packed for a workday lunch.

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Creamy Mushroom and Chicken, Romanian Style

It took me a while to figure out how to name this dish. The inspiration was a Romanian dish called ‘ciulama’, but I figured that would be difficult to spell and pronounce for non-Romanian speakers so I decided to leave it out. Of course, I put a Plant Paradox spin on it, cut out some of the saturated fat and made it a little lighter and lectin-free. This Creamy mushroom and chicken dish is the perfect meal for the colder season, and one of those that the entire family will love.

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Turmeric – Macadamia – Coconut Sunshine Bites

These three ingredients energy bites, or call them turmeric macadamia fat bombs, are not only pretty but also tasty and healthy, and super easy to make, lectin free, sugar free. They are made of coconut flakes, macadamia butter and my (NOT so) secret ingredient, the Turmeric Tonic created by the amazing ladies at Further Food.

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California Country Gal Grain Free, Lectin-Free Bagels

I don’t remember when and how I discovered California Country Gal grain free, lectin-free baking mixes. But I know I’ve used them so many times in so many shapes and forms, that I started experimenting with making my own recipes. Lectin-free bagels is one of them, even though is not really a new recipe, just a new way of using the mix and their recipes.

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Alaskan Salmon Cakes with Spinach Pesto and Avocado

This is more than a recipe, is a healthy and delicious lectin-free dinner idea. When I posted on Instagram our dinner yesterday, I had not planned to write the recipe down, but I got so many requests for recipes for both the salmon cakes and the spinach pesto that I had to retrace all my steps and put it all together.

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Lectin-Free Sushi Rolls With Cauliflower Rice

I usually start my posts with telling you how easy is to make a recipe. Well, I would lie if I said this was easy, and that’s the reason I don’t make it more often. It’s funny because when you look at it seems simple, but when you start spreading everything on the working surface and cauliflower rice is everywhere, well, expect a mess. Did I just talk you out of making this lectin-free sushi rolls recipe? What if I tell you is all worth it?

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Sweet and Sour Braised Red Cabbage

This is another Danish inspired recipe, super easy and although in Denmark is served mainly on special occasions, like Christmas, I don’t see why not having it more often. I personally love cabbage, any type, and I welcome new ways of cooking it. What I love the most in this braised red cabbage is the amazing flavors given by the spices used, especially cinnamon and cloves.

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