This is easily the most flavor-packed corn I’ve ever eaten, bar none. Not for the specific corn variety that I’ve used, nor the seasoning that I’ve put, but simply how each kernel just retained much more corn juice through precisely controlled cooking made possible by this sous vide set-up. This was my first time to […]
Ah, brownies. The ultimate sweet treat. Not quite cakes but definitely not cookies, brownies are in a league of their own. Whatever category they belong to, they’re a family favorite for any occasion that requires something sugary. Sugary being the operative word, of course. Gluten-free brownies are nothing new. There are plenty of non-paleo, and unintentionally gluten-free, brownie recipes out there that don’t contain flour. But dairy-free and sugar-free?
Cereal is such a convenient breakfast option but traditional cereals that aren’t loaded with sugar, gluten, and additives are few and far between. Store-bought granolas are no different, usually containing plenty of refined sugar, plus oats and other grains.
But really, why bother hunting high and low for a paleo granola that will cost you a small fortune, when it’s so simple to make? There are literally hundreds of recipes to choose from, many with different flavors and different types of ingredients to suit your tastes. Most are a case of a little chopping and measuring, and throwing in the oven for 20 minutes or so.
In this generation of Instagram foodies, there has been a strong focus on food that is healthy, but also looks great. After all, if you’re going to share images of your food, you want it to taste as good as it looks, right? Well… okay, the concept does seem a little silly. But, regardless of what you think the trend towards pretty food, you have to admit, the food itself can be pretty amazing. One of the newest entries to this trend is power bowls and these come in all shapes and sizes.
Are you missing mayonnaise since going paleo? We get it. It’s one of those fridge staples that you don’t even think of until you go to use it, check the ingredients, and are immediately disappointed. Because guess what…it’s full of the bad stuff. There’s often soy bean oil, sugar, sweeteners, preservatives, and more. All of these are non-paleo, and some have a good chance of being GMOs. So it’s a mayonnaise-free diet for you. Or is it? If you’re a paleo eater, you’re probably pretty used to making your own breads, fries, sauces, and whatever else. So why not mayo?