Super fast, super easy, and super tasty... perfect for a weeknight meal. If you haven't caught the InstaPot craze, it's just as easy to make conventionally!
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.
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.
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!
Think Asian soy sauce-based flavors are impossible on a SIBO diet? Think again...
24 hour yogurt is SIBO friendly because the yogurt has been fermented for 24 hours, which is how long it takes for lactose to completely ferment out.
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.
This simple combination of ingredients results in such a rich flavor, even our non-SIBO friends can't believe it contains no onions or garlic.