Alright you guys.... I’m backkkk.
The last week was rough so I just took some time for myself to process things, be around people I love and connect. It def made me realize how disconnected I can be when I’m distracted by my phone... working on a balance.
ANYWAY, this is something that I love to whip up quick when I want something super yummy and don’t want to put any effort in. Swipe right for all the ingredients!
-1 bag @cascadianfarm cauliflower rice blend
-1 lb any meat, I used pork this time, but have also used chicken
-1/2 cup @yaisthai Almond Sauce
-1 tablespoon coconut aminos
Fully cook the meat + cauliflower rice in separate pans. Combine, then add coconut aminos and almond sauce until warm. Sprinkle with salt + pepper and bam, that’s it.
A couple of people have asked me to do more posts with freezer friendly foods. Something you’re interested in? Comment below! ❤️#whole30#whole30withkate#dcwhole30
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Comente nesta foto:
1. Receitas lowcarb mais simples, para o dia a dia (na correria que vivemos).
2. Receitas lowcarb mais sofisticadas para sair da rotina e para ocasiões especiais.
3. Dicas de culinária, tais como, temperos, cortes de carne, utensílios, etc.
Lembrando que rola um pouco de tudo sempre! Mas quero saber a preferência de vocês para focar no conteúdo que os seguidores mais fiquem contentes.
✨Indian meets Italian✨ Curry meatballs with almond flour pasta 🍝 I’ve had curry a lot of different ways but this was definitely a different twist and sooo delicious. If you’re a curry lover you must try! #curry#paleoapproved
There’s been a lot of talk about bone broth in the health world lately. But is is just a passing trend, or really an ancient healing remedy? How much of what we read and hear (both for and against) is truth, and how much is just talk?
Whatever our dietary choices, we can disagree, agreeably and respect each other if those choices are mindfully made.
One thing both vegans and omnivores should agree on is that the quality, care, and providence of everything we eat is important. Grass-fed, organic, high-welfare, non factory-farmed, GMO, hormone & antibiotic-free is important.
With that in mind, the genuinely caring folks at Kettle & Fire sort some myths from the facts over on elephantjournal.com (link in our bio for the full article)
For some folks, well-made, ethically-sourced bone broth has been the answer to their digestive and immune woes. It seems especially helpful for "leaky gut syndrome" which is something we've also been hearing a lot about lately. Find out more with Kettle & Fire's free guides to live well naturally, including guides to bone broth fasting and repairing leaky gut. (link in our bio)