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Autumn Boyle (Lectin Free Mama)
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Lectin Free Mama
Lectin Free Mama

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Make something delectable and "adult-only" for your "spooky" soiree with these Black Forest cupcakes, using a traditional German Kirschwasser (cherry brandy) to soak the cherries overnight.

Lectin free, grain free, and low glycemic, these cupcakes are filled with cassava flour, erythritol and monkfruit, heavy whipping cream, and natural cocoa powder. Topped with light cream and bitter chocolate, these are the perfect cupcakes to bring to a party loaded with too many sweets.

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Learn how to peel and deseed tomatoes with this relatively quick method. Peeling and deseeding tomatoes not only reduces the lectin content, but it also makes them taste better. Peeled and deseeded tomatoes can then be pressure cooked and canned or boiled down into sauce/paste or eaten raw. Don't take shortcuts with your health!

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Discover the method for eating more foods you love on a lectin free, AIP, or paleo diet, just in time for fall. Pressure cooking can open doors to more variety on a lectin free diet. Tomatoes, beans, rice, chilis, and stews can be enjoyed once again with just 10 minutes of pressure cooking.

Plus, snag a special deal on Lectin Free Mama's favorite pressure cooker model!

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Discover the method for eating more foods you love on a lectin free diet, just in time for fall. Pressure cooking can open doors to more variety on a lectin free diet. Tomatoes, beans, rice, chilis, and stews can be enjoyed once again with just 10 minutes of pressure cooking.

Plus, snag a special deal on Lectin Free Mama's favorite pressure cooker model!

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A reflection piece of what it's like to live with chronic, undiagnosable, seemingly incurable pain and illness. Small snapshots of everyday life.

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Part 2 of the book that changed my life! This new book:

"...breaks down lectin-free eating step by step and shares one hundred of his favorite healthy recipes. Dr. Gundry will offer an overview of his Plant Paradox program and show readers how to overhaul their pantries and shopping lists to make delicious, simple, seasonal, lectin-free meals. He’ll also share his hacks for making high-lectin foods safe to eat, including methods like pressure-cooking grains and peeling and deseeding tomatoes."

This book will be a great supplement to my own lectin free creations. Excited for this to come out.

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The salad for salad-haters: a bed of arugula topped with cooked sweet potatoes, prosciutto di parma, real swiss cheese, real parmesan, a spicy dijon vinaigrette, and fresh tarragon leaves. Plant Paradox, Paleo, and AIP friendly, and, as always, free of harmful plant lectins.

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The salad for salad-haters: a bed of arugula topped with cooked sweet potatoes, prosciutto di parma, real swiss cheese, real parmesan, a spicy dijon vinaigrette, and fresh tarragon leaves. Plant Paradox, Paleo, and AIP friendly, and, as always, free of harmful plant lectins.

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Grain free, lectin free cassava flour tortillas. Soft, pliable, chewy tortillas that can be folded into a taco or even rolled up like a crepe.

The secret to getting the softest tortillas is all in the "keep warm" method--don't forget the most important part!

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My very own recipe for chewy, soft cassava flour tortillas that you can roll up like a crepe or fold into a burrito. Follow this exact recipe to make warm, soft tacos that are both delicious AND lectin free.
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