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Condiment recipes that are gluten-free, grain-free and/or Paleo on the Ditch the Wheat blog by Carol Lovett.

Are Your Condiments Gluten-Free?

More and more people are realizing they are sensitive to gluten – you don’t have to have full-blown Celiac or Crohn’s disease to have a bad reaction. While it’s fairly easy to avoid gluten in the usual suspects—bread, pasta, breakfast cereal, and anything labeled ‘wheat’—gluten is tricky and can show up in the most unexpected…

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Creamy Mango Jalapeno Dressing – The Performance Paleo Cookbook Review

Creamy Mango Jalapeno Dressing

Oh my gosh! I was so excited to look through my review copy of, The Performance Paleo Cookbook. It is filled with a ton of really tasty looking recipes that also are geared to help enhance your performance. This is Stephanie Gaudreau’s (Stupid Easy Paleo), first print cookbook. I whispered to her on Facebook that I…

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Double Double Caramel Sauce (Dairy Free)

Double Double Caramel Sauce

I put my cookbook, Indulge: 70 Grain Free Desserts, on sale for $15.98 which is the lowest price I have ever offered.  The sale ends Oct 29th.  As part of the celebration, I shared this simple dairy free caramel sauce I call, Double Double Caramel Sauce, a recipe from the book on my friend Lauren’s site,…

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No Knead Raw Sauerkraut Method

Raw Sauerkraut

I enjoy making raw sauerkraut and I’ve gotten to the point where I make more than one batch at a time.  This creates a problem: my hands are too sore kneading that much cabbage to create the juice for the raw sauerkraut.  Kneading salt into the shredded cabbage is tedious and although it only takes…

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Peach BBQ Sauce and Chicken Wings Recipe

I adapted another recipe from that BBQ sauce I really liked.  You can see the original recipe here and my adapted version below.  I flavoured this recipe with peaches and I only had 3 peaches on hand at the time so the next time I make it I going to try to double the peaches…

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Spicy Maple BBQ Sauce

Spicy Maple BBQ Sauce

I needed a BBQ sauce asap and the fans on the Ditch The Wheat Facebook page came to my rescue.  One individual posted this recipe from Life Style by Poliquin, and I was immediately drawn to the simplicity of it.  The sauce required no cooking and I had all the ingredients on hand, which was…

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Fermented Dill Pickles

Fermented Dill Pickles

My summer job when I was in college for marketing was working at the local pickle factory.  It was my first “real” job.  I started as one of the summer students working on the production line.  It was awful and an 8 hour day felt like it would never end.  My job was to push…

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Paleo Turkey Roll-Ups with Avocado Dressing

Paleo Turkey Roll-Ups

The Zest & Zeal is run by two sisters, who are wives, and new moms living in Nashville, and have a passion for healthy, purposeful living.   Jaime is one half of the Zest & Zeal team.  She is guest posting today on Ditch The Wheat.  Jaime received her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition/Dietetics and has…

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Spicy Fermented Garlic, the First of many Fermenting Experiments

Spicy Fermented Garlic

How many of you are confident in your fermenting abilities?  I’m slowly getting there.  I still use Real Food Fermentation as my guide and I refer to other people’s recipes.  So far my fermenting adventures have resulted in one win and one moldy mess. Beet Kvass, I’ll try you again another day. My father gave…

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How to Make Raw Sauerkraut

How to Make Raw Sauerkraut

Continuing on with my obsession with cabbage which started because of Alex Lewin and his book, Real Food Fermentation.  First I thought it was exciting to learn how to make raw sauerkraut.  Then I couldn’t stop making the raw sauerkraut recipe…  The process is easy as 1-2-3. I asked Alex for permission to share his…

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Sweet Potato Skins and Homemade Aioli

This recipe was so exciting to make.  If you have never tried making aioli you should try.  First off, what is Aioli?  A google search says aioli is mayonnaise with garlic added to it.  This blog post describes it more in depth.  Since I was making aioli I need something to go with it….so I…

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Universal Spice Rub

Universal Spice Rub // ditchthewheat.com

Every month my mother receives her Canadian Living Magazine.  Each month I grab her magazine and look through every recipe.  It’s a great magazine and the recipes are always tested till perfect.  She first received the magazine as a Christmas gift from my Aunt Carol.  That was 30+ years ago.  July’s issue had a section…

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