Tag Archives: Gluten-Free

image link: Maple Sage Quinoa with Rutabaga and Greens-- A great gluten-free grain for the Winter season!

Great Gluten-Free Grain Series: Maple Sage Quinoa with Rutabaga

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  Here’s anoth­er Win­ter install­ment for the Great Gluten Free Grains Series. Although, with the lat­est Cal­i­for­nia weath­er, it feels much more like Spring. Before we know it, those hearty root veg­gies will be mak­ing their exit to pave the way for fresh Spring greens, like aspara­gus, arti­chokes and peas, and vibrant fruits like apri­cots, and my per­son­al favorite, rhubarb! Not only is sea­son­al eat­ing more cost effec­tive and bet­ter for your com­mu­ni­ty and the envi­ron­ment, it also helps sup­port Read more […]

image link: Salted Chocolate Chip Tahini Cookies- Hard to believe they are grain-free and have no refined sugar

Salted Chocolate Chip Tahini Cookies — Grain-Free, Gluten-Free, Refined Sugar Free!

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  In case you missed the Feb­ru­ary newslet­ter, we are cel­e­brat­ing choco­late here at Kitchen Faerie Head­quar­ters this month! These salt­ed choco­late chip tahi­ni cook­ies are the per­fect way to dive into a new love affair. Focus on cul­ti­vat­ing a healthy rela­tion­ship with this super­food, and hone in on how choco­late can best sup­port your well­ness and vital­i­ty. Choco­late nat­u­ral­ly releas­es sero­tonin, endor­phins, and phenylethlyamine (known to some as the ‘love-drug’), and stim­u­lates dopamine Read more […]

image link: need some new exciting ways to prepare gluten-free grains? This warm wild rice and Brussels sprouts salad makes a great Winter dish

Wild Rice and Brussels Sprouts Salad — The Great Gluten-Free Grain Series!

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  I spent an entire 2 years of my life swear­ing off grains, so why on EARTH am I writ­ing a Grain Series?! One of the best things I got out of my edu­ca­tion at the Insti­tute for Inte­gra­tive Nutri­tion was the encour­age­ment to exper­i­ment with dif­fer­ent foods. While I need­ed my strict Paleo obses­sion to ini­tial­ly trans­form and clean up my diet, there came a time where it made more sense to be less restric­tive. It can be exhaust­ing to stress about going out to eat with your friends, or even Read more […]

image link: This easy shrimp curry is delicious all by itself topped with lots of fresh organic cilantro

Shrimp Curry In a Hurry

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  My favorite things about cur­ry?! Its warm vibrant spices will cure the dark­est of Win­ter blues, and you can whip it up in a flash, which makes it a per­fect Win­ter week­night din­ner. You can have this beau­ti­ful nutri­tious dish on the table in less than 30 min­utes. And often that’s all we have the ener­gy for when it’s already dark and drea­ry by 5pm. Make this shrimp cur­ry for a quick yet com­fort­ing meal. Want to get fes­tive?! Enjoy a nice warm cup of chai while you make it. 🙂   Shrimp Read more […]

image link: what could be more nutritious than a bowl of bone broth packed with nutrient-dense veggies and chicken?

Build-Your-Own Chicken Pho

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  Who knew pho could be so easy to make at home?! Pho is the per­fect Win­ter dish, whether you’re try­ing to get over a cold, won­der­ing how to eat more hot veg­gies, or it’s so cold out­side the only thing to do is invite your friends over for a build-your-own pho par­ty fol­lowed by a snug­gle ses­sion near the fire. My favorite part about this dish is that every­one can make it their own. Sim­ply choose your favorite veg­gies and gar­nish­es and let every­one build their own bowl. After all, food Read more […]

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