Tips for Traveling on the Low FODMAP Diet

Tips for Traveling on the Low FODMAP Diet

Summer — and therefore travel season — are in full swing! We just got back from a vacation to King’s Canyon, Sequoia, and Yosemite National Parks, and traffic has been unusually wonderful this week because everyone is gone on vacations. I absolutely love traveling and seeing new places, but it can be stressful. Especially on the low FODMAP diet…

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Tips for Eating Out on the Low FODMAP Diet

Tips for Eating Out on the Low FODMAP Diet

Hello and happy (almost) summer! I’ve been drafting a “tips for traveling” post in my head for quite awhile now, but when I sat down to actually write it, I quickly realized that I needed to write a “tips for eating out” post first. So…

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Gluten Free Strawberry Shortcake

Gluten Free Strawberry Shortcake

Is it strawberry season where you are??! Growing up the midwest, my memories of strawberry season are that it was a very short amount of time — like a week — in the end of May or beginning of June. We always made it a point to go strawberry picking, but we never knew when Strawberry Week was going to be, so it was kind of a game…

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Food adventure: Sunflower Seed Risotto with Scallops

Food adventure: Sunflower Seed Risotto with Scallops

Food adventure time! Marc is gone this weekend so I did some cooking to entertain myself. Yes. Some people watch TV, I cook.
This idea is not my own but from My New Roots, which I discovered via this Food52 article. The internet is great, right? As soon as I saw this I knew I had to try it…

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Creamy Spring Pasta

Creamy Spring Pasta

Enter the perfect springtime dish. Picture this: you’re sipping a nice glass of white wine, the weather is finally that perfect temperature where it’s warm but not too hot yet, you’re on a balcony somewhere, and you have a big bowl of this pasta in front of you. Yes? Can you be on board with this? Thought so.

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Gluten Free Flour Guide Part 2: All the Flours

Gluten Free Flour Guide Part 2: All the Flours

Alright, so last week we talked about which flours I use most often, aka my faves. But as any walk down the gluten free aisle of a grocery store will tell you, there are tons of other options! When I first started my foray into the world of gluten free, I was pretty overwhelmed. My starting point, as I mentioned, was reading the ingredient labels of commercial gluten free goods and then trying to copy that. There were lots of issues with that method though…

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Spicy Pork Chop Salad

Spicy Pork Chop Salad

Pork chops get seasoned with a spicy dry rub and placed on a colorful bed of greens and veggies. Healthy and incredibly delicious!
Hey there, how’s your weekend? We don’t have any official plans except to spend as much time as possible outside…

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Low FODMAP Game Day Recipes

Low FODMAP Game Day Recipes

Writing this post right before lunch was perhaps not the best idea – now I’m getting hungrier and hungrier! But hey! What are your plans for the super bowl? I’m not a huge fan of football as a sport, but I am a fan of it as a social event. This goes all the way back to high school when I’d go to Friday night games to hang out with my friends, and when I got home my dad would ask me “who won?” and I’d be like “ummm…”

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Easy Weekday Mahi Mahi with Grilled Squash

Easy Weekday Mahi Mahi with Grilled Squash

Hi, I’m back with more simple everyday recipes! This meal, “fish and vegetables” as it’s been dubbed around here, is our unofficial Monday dinner. You know. Mondays are crappy and render one completely unable to make dinner decisions. Except it was just the weekend and you ate too many fries so, something healthy is in order…

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