Apple Pork Recipe from my GAPS Diet Cookbook

This Danish classic autumn and winter recipe Apple Pork is great! Only use pork from free range animals. Serves 4 • Preheat oven to 200°F (100°C) 12 to 16 thick slices side or belly pork Salt 1 onion, sliced 3 large cooking apples, quartered 1. In a large skillet over...

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Gravlax to Eat From the GAPS Intro Diet stage 2

Gravlax is luxurious and delicious. Instead of using sugar, use honey. The main reason Gravlax is highly recommended on the GAPS Diet is that this fish provides you with natural fish oil, also known as Omega 3 fatty acids. This kind of fat is essential, meaning that...

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Starch Free Lunch To Go

Starch free lunch to bring along for you or your child If you need ideas to make something starch free, GAPS-friendly and nice to bring along, and if you are used to thinking sandwiches, this post is for you. I suggest you start with getting hold of a lunch box, that...

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Fish Cakes Made GAPS-friendly

Fish cakes free off starch are yummi. The fish mixture is surprisingly easy to make Makes 18 cakes, approx size of a plum 1 medium size onion cooking fat, like clarified butter, butter, animal fat or coconut fat 2 eggs 600 g = 1 Lb + 4 ounzes non-fatty fish filet, for...

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Fresh Herbs

Spice up your food with fresh herbs from the GAPS Intro diet, stage 2* Don´t forget to harvest a supply of fresh herbs in the late summer, if you have access to these green, tastegiving plants. If not, maybe some of your friends or neighbours grow them in abundance,...

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Blueberry Muffins á la GAPS

If you are on Full GAPS, try these nice Blueberry Muffins Great for a special breakfast, for afternoon tea, or to bring along 15 muffins Dry ingredients 5 oz (150 g) hazelnut flour 1/3 cup (25 g) coarse coconut flour Grated zest of ½ organic orange Pinch of salt Wet...

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Clarified Butter/Ghee Is Easy to Make

Clarified butter - also called ghee - is easy to make and easy to use. Clarified butter doesn´t get burned when the temperature is high, as usual butter does. One difference between heated olive oil and heated clarified butter is, that the butter doesn´t get it´s...

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