Three GAPS Intro Soup Recipes

On our forty days of GAPS, stage one of the intro is the hardest. Our bodies are converting from using carbohydrates for energy to fats, causing blood sugar imbalances, lethargy, vomiting, and nausea. It's not the environment that encourages appetite. Nevertheless, making tasty soups can encourage kids to actually eat something that seems unappetizing. Really, … Continue reading Three GAPS Intro Soup Recipes

Perfect Every Time Roast Chicken

Not everyone is born with the innate ability to cook. For most of us, it is learning through failure. Thick, smoking and charred failure. Roast chicken has become a frugal staple for our large family. It took quite a while to research and test different cooking methods and using different spices to ensure that the … Continue reading Perfect Every Time Roast Chicken

GAPS Legal Kale Chips

I never believed I could make kale chips without burning them or turning them soggy.  After some recipe research and practice, lo and behold, the perfect kale chip! Not only are they beautifully green, but the kids devour them.  Kale is high in iron, B vitamins, magnesium, folate, potassium, and calcium to name a few.  Most … Continue reading GAPS Legal Kale Chips