Before SIBO, I'd make Swiss Steak with onions, garlic and Worcestershire sauce. After SIBO, I had to learn new ways to develop complex flavors without those ingredients. This recipe is a perfect example of how you can create maximum flavor and still be completely SIBO-friendly! (Plus it's really awesome to come home to, on a dark and rainy night...)
When you've been asked to bring 'a big pasta salad' to a friend's potluck, what's a SIBO diet person to do? This super simple recipe for zucchini "pasta" (aka zucchini noodles, or "zoodles") is great as-is, or it makes a perfect base to create your own unique "pasta salad" -- my recipe includes list of add-ons to inspire you to create your own!
One of the things that SIBO diet sufferers often miss is the taste of pizza. So I attempted to fix this problem. But after looking at the result, I have to ask... is it a pizza? Is it a frittata? You decide.
Our record-breaking hot weather required something that could go on the grill with as little kitchen time as possible. The answer? These delicious SIBO diet-friendly Grilled Shish Kebabs. A very low sugar "barbecue" marinade makes these perfect for diabetics, SIBO folks, and anyone trying to avoid sugar... and if you omit the chicken, you're all set for a vegetarian meal too!
This marinade is one of the best things I've ever created. SIBO-friendly, low FODMAP, gluten free, it was AWESOME on beef short ribs, and would probably taste equally good on chicken skewers or pork kebabs.
This is so simple I feel guilty making a recipe out of it, but for the sake of everyone who's asked, enjoy! It's easy, delicious, and great for a potluck or picnic.
This island-inspired SIBO-friendly meal is made with grilled chicken breasts—leftover chicken makes this a fast weeknight meal, or pick up a couple grilled chicken breasts from your local deli.
At first I imagined Julia waggling her finger at me for my ingredient substitutions... but after recalling her infallible advice during the "messy potato pancake" episode, I decided to take a chance. The result was... delicious! And perfect for SIBO Diets, or Paleo diets, or Vegetarians if you remove the fish. 🙂
With its surprising balance of tart, sweet, and toasty flavors, all melded together by the natural pectin in strawberries into a light, velvety sauce, I'm definitely making this again...
There's nothing better than wild-caught halibut in spring. This fresh sautéed tomato "salsa" is a great way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo!
Cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, rosemary, tomatoes... our SIBO-friendly Moroccan chicken is fragrantly spiced and beyond delicious.
Love scalloped potatoes? There's no need to forego this comfort food just because you have SIBO. With a few substitutions and a little ingenuity, this recipe transforms the scalloped potato concept into a SIBO-friendly meal that you might like even more!
These meat loaf / meatball ingredients go beyond paleo and SCD diets to adhere strictly to the legal "green" / low FODMAP column of the SIBO Specific Diet Food Guide.
By omitting garlic and onions, Thai Swimming Rama can still be delicious *and* SIBO-friendly. Substitute jackfruit for the chicken and you've got a tasty vegetarian meal!
My favorite way to make butternut squash soup. Be sure to use coconut milk without guar gum thickener.
We eat a lot of salmon in the Pacific Northwest (and raise a lot of blueberries too). This recipe combines the best of our region.
This blend of spices paired with sage is especially comforting on a blustery winter evening.
This SIBO-friendly strawberry Sauce is also great with chicken.
This delicious recipe comes together in under 30 minutes. Prepare it as a vegetable side dish or add cooked chicken for a main meal.
All of the flavor, with only a moderate amount of sugar... there's no need to feel left out of the barbecue scene with SIBO!