Fermented foods contain a host of beneficial bacteria (probiotics) that promote good gut health and digestion. Aside from doing good things for your gut, these pickles are absolutely delicious - with a distinct snap and crunch.
One of my favorite non-paleo blogs to visit is Not Without Salt. I love the food photography inspiration, and the name is just so catchy. If my mom were to start blogging, hers might be called Not Without Hummus. We love this versatile veggie dip too, though our version is made primarily from zucchini and not chick peas. You'll love it!
I absolutely love this mayo. It is wonderful slathered on a burger, great as a dip for veggies or sweet potato chips, and is even delicious right out of the jar on a spoon! It is sugar-free, vinegar-free, and is also adaptable to fit the Autoimmune Protocol. This is a mayo everyone can love :)
The love for coconut butter can be combined with the love for chocolate and the final version is just amazing. This miraculous thing known as "coconut chocolate" only needs some desiccated coconut, cacao and some honey.
Nutty and slightly sweet tasting cauliflower that has been caramelized to perfection studded with toasted hazelnuts and pomegranate seeds. A simply yet elegant side dish that just happens to be Paleo and is easy to prepare.
One of my favorite weeknight AIP meals is Spaghetti. It is first of all delicious and fun, but also so quick and easy. It is especially easy if you plan ahead or make pizza the weekend before! I love using leftover Nomato Sauce for Spaghetti. Mixed with ground beef and sautéed onion it is perfect served over zoodles (zucchini noodles.)