Basics of GAPS

Fermented Ginger Carrots

These are a kid favorite!  This recipe is based on the Nourishing Traditions Cookbook but I’ve found most kids prefer carrots sliced rather than grated. If you’re new to fermenting, read this section first! Otherwise, skip down to the recipe.  Jars: I prefer using wide mouth jars for almost everything because small mouth jars are …

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Egg Free, Dairy Free Liver Meatballs

Liver is an amazing superfood! It contains lots of vitamins and minerals, including zinc, iron, B vitamins, A vitamins, and folate. In our modern world, all of our livers are well taxed because of our exposure to chemicals. Anytime we know we need to support a particular organ, one of the best ways to do …

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Making Your Own Kefir from Milk Kefir Grains

Kefir is a fermented drink made from kefir grains. It’s a bit like a very thin yogurt and has great health benefits! The great news is, like many fermented drinks, kefir is very easy to make on your own! Kefir grains are very sensitive to metal so it is best if you use little to …

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Swedish Gravlax Recipe

This meal is adapted from GAPS Cookbook by Dr. Natasha Campbell This is a brined fish meal legal on GAPS stage 2. You eat little pieces, one small piece a day. Swedish Gravlax Recipe Ingredients for Swedish Gravlax: ½ lb Fresh Wild Caught Salmon Fresh Dill Freshly Coarsely Ground Black Pepper 4 cup Room Temperature …

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Butternut Squash GAPS Pancakes Recipe

This recipe was adapted from the GAPS Pancake Recipe in the Gut and Psychology Syndrome book by Dr. Natasha Campbell. Makes 3 Pancakes. GAPS Legal Pancakes Ingredients 1/2 c. cooked Butternut Squash 3 Farm Fresh Eggs Fat such as lard, butter or sour cream Salt Toppings such as date syrup or cinnamon Food Processor or Blender …

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