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.
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!
Think Asian soy sauce-based flavors are impossible on a SIBO diet? Think again...
Zeema's mom told me an old trick she uses when someone is garlic and/or onion intolerant: compensate with cumin seed and mustard for an earthy, bright flavor.
With a few simple herbs and spices and a little extra time to develop the flavors, no one ever misses the garlic in this SIBO version of an old Italian favorite.