When a member of our community, Margaret, wrote me to ask if I’m interested in pre-ordering 100% lectin-free chickens raised in the Dallas area, I had no hesitation: I ordered immediately five whole chickens. I would have ordered more but I live in a small place and have a small freezer. Few months later, when my chickens were ready to pick up and after coming back from a month long holiday in Europe, my husband and I went to visit Dan at Pastured Steps. There was a delivery option available, but I really wanted to meet one of the very few farmers in the US and the world who decided to raise lectin-free chicken. And I’m so glad I did. There is something about knowing the farmer behind our food. We arrived just before sunset and were even rewarded with a beautiful Texas golden light.Continue Reading…
When I’m out of ideas of what to cook, I ask my husband, and he usually has some random, but inspired requests. This time he said chicken drumsticks and cold potato salad. I had everything I needed so I was happy to comply. This was a great lectin-free dinner, healthy, and easy to make.
If you are reading this, chances are you have started the Plant Paradox protocol and you are confused about what chicken or poultry is Plant Paradox compliant and where to get it from. Or, you are just looking for more ideas on how to make lectin-free, Plant Paradox approved recipes using pasture-raised chicken. I’ve been following the Plant Pardox protocol for 1.5 years (since August 2017), and this is one of the most frequent question I see in forums and on social media. I hope this article will clarify most of your qustions related to chicken and poultry and will help you cook some yummy food.
Plain chicken breast can be boring even if done right. But stuffed chicken breast, that’s another story and this spinach stuffed chicken breast is tasty and moist and so versatile. We had three totally different meals out of it and and all three were perfect. If your chicken is pastured raised and you use a plant paradox compliant cheese, the whole meal is a lectin free meal prep staple.
I think is safe to say crispy chicken wings are my speciality, and I guess this happened because I never liked the ones in restaurants, that are usually too moist and ‘saucy’ for my taste. So I worked on perfecting my technique and I’m really happy with how they turn out every time.