Giving Up Grains
This blog is about a family's diet change to eating meat, vegetables, fruit, nuts, seeds, little starch and sugar. I am happily married, the mother of two boys, a Strength, Olympic Lift and CrossFit Trainer, and a mommy warrior against the disorder called autism that has affected my famaily.
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Category Archives: Vegetables
Kale chips are popping up on many of the blogs I read and get recipes from. Elana’s Pantry has a lemon Kale Chip recipe and Gluten-Free Girl has a salt and vinegar one just to name a few. I decided … Continue reading
These are so easy and my family loves them!!! If we want to “stray” a little from our diet we will add some blue cheese to these while hot. I purchased a large fryer so I could make the chicken … Continue reading
So, Collin (age 7) still loves french fries. I have taken all chips (corn ships, potato chips ect..) out of his diet(everyone’s diet)but I still make homemade fries for him and fry them in coconut oil. I really wanted to … Continue reading
This dinner was really good and easy to fix. We don’t eat a ton or “tubers” but they are fine in our diets sometimes. This recipe came from the February 2010 issue of Real Simple . 1 1/2 pounds sweet … Continue reading