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While white potatoes are not necessarily unhealthy, some of us need to avoid them due to their nightshade properties, high carbohydrate content, or for other health reasons. But fear not; you can make an excellent substitute for mashed potatoes using cauliflower, and its super simple! While cauliflower may not be the most obvious potato substitute, you will be surprised what a delicious and nutritious dish you can create with them.
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Stress is defined as a state of mental and/or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances. While stress has always been a part of the human experience, our ancestors were not exposed to most of the types of stress we deal with today. We also have significantly higher stress levels in our lives compared to even 25 years ago (source). Because of this, it has become increasingly important for us to be able to manage stress efficiently. Read on to learn about how to better manage stress through dietary and lifestyle changes.
This recipe is a great alternative to the same old oil-and-vinegar dressings. It uses raw sunflower seeds instead of cashews which makes it more allergy friendly (but not AIP). This recipe is both dairy and nut free. You can enjoy this dressing on salad, as a vegetable dip, or any other creative ways you can think of; I’d love to hear how you’ve used this recipe in the comments!
Packed with anti-inflammatory ingredients, this soup has a wonderful balance of sweet and savory flavors. This recipe uses simple ingredients, and is completely AIP compliant. If you aren’t following AIP, a little bit of red curry powder wouldn’t hurt either! I am a soup-for-breakfast type of girl, so I love to eat this soup in the morning!