• Top your salad with a delicious combination of cooked sweet potatoes, prosciutto di parma, real swiss cheese, and a spicy dijon vinaigrette--lectin free and Plant Paradox approved!

    Prosciutto, Sweet Potato, and Arugula Salad

    September 18, 2017lectinfreemama

    I’m not a huge fan of traditional salad. It’s good at first–very green and crunchy. But then 5 minutes later, when I’m still chewing my first bite of lettuce, I think, this sucks–can I just throw out the lettuce and eat the toppings? Instead, I soldier on and chew raw greens for the next half hour until I feel like I’ve really accomplished something. Then I go and get some “real food.” This brings me to the stroke of inspiration that hit me the last time I had a great meal at a restaurant with the dreaded side house “salad.” The one that comes with two grape tomatoes, two cucumber slices, and half a pound of cheddar cheese. (Has anyone ever had a good house salad?) As…

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  • How to Make Cassava Flour Tortillas

    September 14, 2017lectinfreemama

    The Mexican restaurant; a.k.a. the place where “lectin free” eating goes to die. Corn tortillas, refried beans, tamales, tomato salsa with extra jalapeño seeds, death by spice chili peppers, and loads of gooey cheddar cheese. There’s often not a single…

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  • Dijon Salmon Cakes with Minty Millet

    August 1, 2017lectinfreemama

    Let me preface this recipe by saying that I’m a hard-core hiker. Or I was. I once spent 6 months hiking the entire Appalachian Trail–walking through the woods for hours on end, carrying everything that mattered on my back for…

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  • Easy Snack: Swiss Chard Fritters

    July 25, 2017lectinfreemama

    Stuck on what to pack in your kid’s lunches? I’ve made these fritters three weeks in a row now–they’re easy, healthy, and Plant Paradox compliant. My toddler even eats them, despite containing Swiss chard. The key to hiding veggies is to…

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  • Chicken Cutlet with Cilantro Dipping Sauce

    June 21, 2017lectinfreemama

    I don’t know the secret to getting toddlers to eat green stuff. Mine typically predetermines that the green stuff is best suited for the floor during her meal; however, if we place the green thing in her mouth, she’ll often…

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