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Chicken Salad

Chicken Salad A chicken salad is an easy thing to take for lunch. See what’s available in the refrigerator and go from there. What you’ll find below is not so much a recipe as it is a starting point. Try different combinations and get creative! Ingredients:1 cup...

Sauteed Radishes with Thyme

Radishes are typically eaten raw but they are quite delicious when sautéed with fresh herbs. Makes 2 servings Ingredients:2 cups bite size pieces of radish2 teaspoons ghee, butter or coconut oil1 teaspoon fresh thyme leavesSalt and pepperInstructions:Heat a medium...

Homemade Ghee

Guest Post by Marne Bishop, Vital Food Therapeutics Nutrition Intern. Marne will graduate with her Master’s of Science in Nutrition in July 2017. Don’t let the multi-step procedure fool you, ghee is fairly simple to make! If you make it at home you not...

Carrot Puree

This is a great basic recipe for those starting out on a SIBO diet. Peeled and pureed veggies are easier to digest for those who have leaky gut. Ingredient amounts aren’t listed on this recipe because it’s up to you how big or small of a batch you’d like to make...

Clover Honey Simple Syrup

Simple syrup, whether it’s made with honey or sugar, tends to be made in a 1:1 or 2:1 ratio with water.  I make my clover honey simple syrup with a 1:1 ratio.  The batch below can be kept in one jar in the fridge but you can easily make larger batches if...

Curried Carrot Soup

Ingredients:5 cups chicken broth2 green onions chopped, green top parts only4 cups carrots, roughly chopped1 tsp fresh ginger, finely grated or chopped2 tsp curry2 cups coconut milkSea salt and pepperInstructions: Saute onion and carrots until browned and soft. Add...