Mar 24

Nori Wrap, a Meal in Minutes

When I want a healthy meal in a minute, I grab a seaweed wrap. Seaweed is a superfood loaded with healthy Vitamins B12, C, D, E and K. It is rich in minerals such as potassium, selenium, calcium, iodine, magnesium, and potassium.


Mar 05

Fermented Veggies

The easiest and healthiest superfood you can make, fermented veggies are a natural probiotic that build healthy intestinal flora. And since the immune system depends on friendly bacteria in the gut, this is central to your health each day. This is a great way to use up leftover raw veggies.


Apr 11

Grated Beet and Carrot Salad

Tomorrow is moving day, and I promised my helpers a lunch. I’ve got 2 beets, 2 carrots, and some herbs in the fridge. Well, I guess it’s time for my favorite grated beet & carrot salad! This is a super-healthy side dish that’s economical and tastes delicious with everything.

Paleo Vegan Mayonnaise

Jan 09

Homemade Mayonnaise

Homemade mayo is way better than store-bought. It contains real lemon juice, healthy oils, and tastes great in salads or dips. This is also a vegan mayonnaise recipe, and a Paleo mayo, because it contains no eggs or soy. That means it’s perfect for picnics and packed lunches, as it can sit out of the refrigerator all day

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Nov 07

Paleo Chicken Salad with Herbs

This is a quick and hearty main-dish chicken salad that’s great any time of year. The creamy avocado-herb dressing contains no mayo or eggs. This means you can serve it warm with no worries for bag lunches, picnics, or travel. Blended avocado gives the dressing a thick, smooth texture. I ate the chicken salad on top and then finished it as a lettuce wrap – both were fantastic flavors! This dressing is easiest with a blender, or you can also whisk it together in a bowl by hand. Best of all, you can enjoy this in 20 minutes! Serves 4. Print Warm Chicken Salad with

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Oct 01

Sprouted Quinoa Salad with Avocado

This is my favorite way to eat quinoa, because it is delicious, nutritious and super-quick! Quinoa is a gluten-free, celiac-safe complete protein, which makes it an ideal nourishing vegetarian meal. Quinoa is an ancient Incan plant related to beet and chard. It is not a grass or a grain, so the seed qualifies as a Paleo food. It has countless health benefits: It is high in magnesium, fiber, minerals, and it acts as a natural pro-biotic to promote intestinal health. Since sprouted seeds are more easily digested, I buy sprouted quinoa, available in most whole food groceries. It has been

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Sep 30

Wild Salmon Salad with Fennel

This zesty Asian-style salad is loaded with salmon flavor and omega-3 nutrition. Steaming is a quick and gentle way of cooking salmon that retains enzymes and never exceeds boiling 212°F. Serve this salad warm or cold, either as a lunch or a light main meal. The creamy sesame dressing is made with natural chicory root sweetener, which has zero calories and does not raise blood sugar levels. Fennel has a delicious flavor that compliments salmon, avocado and crunchy almonds. Optional kelp granules, my favorite green superfood algae, add an interesting flavor and big health benefits. Serves 4 Print Wild Salmon Salad

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Sep 10

Paleo Mayo

Finally, here’s a Paleo mayo recipe that is delicious, healthy, and soy-free! Instead of vegetable oils, it contains coconut and olive oils. It tastes fantastic on salads or vegetables. It’s also a Vegan Mayo because it contains no eggs. As an egg-free mayo, it’s perfect for picnics and packed lunches, so it can sit out of the refrigerator all day with no worries. And it’s instant so you can use it immediately. It won’t give you any sugar rush, not even a little, as it’s sweetened with Just Like Sugar Table Top natural chicory root sweetener. Or use your favorite

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Jul 09

Paleo Pesto

Paleo Pesto looks and tastes just like traditional basil pesto. The classic Italian recipe uses fresh basil, pine nuts and Parmesan cheese. However this recipe is dairy-free. It’s easy to make and tastes pretty amazing on Gluten-Free Herb Crackers. Or use it as a sauce on Zucchini Spaghetti.


Jul 09

Paleo No Peanut Sauce

This is a Paleo Thai Peanut Sauce with no peanuts! Instead of peanuts, it uses almond butter or sunflower butter. You can stir it up in one minute flat. Tasty, sweet, and slightly spicy, it makes an incredibly delicious sauce for salads, chicken satay, spring rolls, or a dip for vegetables.


Jul 09

Paleo Egg Salad

Here’s an easy, classic egg salad that tastes delicious, just like my mom’s. This recipe is one of my favorites as it is alive with flavor and contains no mayo. Instead of mayonnaise, the easy dressing is a mixture of lemon juice, vinegar, and olive oil.  This salad is especially tasty on Gluten-free Herb Crackers. Serves 3 Print Paleo Egg Salad Rating: 51 Ingredients For the Salad: 6 eggs 2 green onions, chopped fine 2 stalks celery including leaves, chopped fine 1 teaspoon celery seed For the Dressing: 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon live apple cider vinegar 1 teaspoon

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Jul 05

Paleo Caesar Salad

I created this Vegan Caesar salad dressing for a dinner with friends, and honestly couldn’t keep my finger out of the blender – it’s that good! We know there’s something magical about 100% natural ingredients like olive oil, lemon and garlic that make Caesar dressing irresistible.