Chlorophyll is liquid sunshine. As you work to support your gut with healthy probiotic and enzyme-rich foods, chlorophyll helps in the rebuilding process with rich green nutrients that can actually feed the probiotics that are working so hard to keep you healthy.1 This gloriously green ingredient also supports the natural liver detox function and helps
We love the whole-food nut cheeses available at the supermarket, but the price tags often lead to sticker shock. Luckily, nut cheese is easy to make at home with pantry staples and a bit of patience. We love serving this cheese with nuts, whole-fruit jam and gluten-free crackers. Or folding it into garlicky pasta, plopping
A lovely option for that late-afternoon energy lull or brain-boosting blast of fat and flavor in the morning, these delicious homemade nut-milk and herbal blends are soothing and delicious. The ingredients in these lattes are adaptogenic herbs that are very mild and safe for everyday use but can play a part in your food first-aid
Many people are intimidated by the thought of making Indian food at home, but once you stock your spice cabinet, it all comes together quite easily! If you’re just getting started, we recommend buying small amounts of spices in bulk, so you can get going on recipes without needing to splurge on ten new spice
This is an easy, all-purpose grain-free bread—great for snacking, sandwiches and toast. Think of this bread as a solid foundation for baking exploration, and feel free to play around with additions like nuts, seeds, dried berries, or even chocolate chips. While ingredients like xanthan gum and guar gum are often found in gluten-free baked goods,
This quick recipe is a creamy, savory and delicious alternative to traditional tuna and chicken salads. Serve a scoop with gluten-free crackers, atop romaine lettuce boats, or in a classic sandwich. If you want a softer texture, consider soaking dry chickpeas overnight and cooking them with a piece of kombu instead of using canned chickpeas.
Savory, crunchy, cheesy and totally dippable, these baked nuggets taste like fried eggplant parmesan and can be eaten with your hands! These patties are also awesome in sandwiches or as a crunchy side to an Italian chopped salad. If you can find gluten-free panko breadcrumbs, these nuggets will be extra crispy, but regular breadcrumbs or
Salad rolls, also known as fresh rolls, spring rolls or Vietnamese rice-paper rolls, are a wonderful appetizer or light meal that packs a rainbow of fresh vegetables into a thin rice-paper wrapper. The options are endless—experiment with your own fillings, such as shrimp, cooked chicken or even nontraditional combinations like sliced turkey and apple. These
This Vegan Shepherd’s Pie is an unconventional twist on a classic recipe that’s perfect as a one-dish dinner or easy holiday entrée! Since this recipe is both vegan and gluten-free, it works well for a crowd with mixed dietary needs. Serve this with a simple side salad for a complete meal. Serves 4
This easy dish makes for the perfect weeknight meal. Feel free to change up the dressing by substituting basil, cilantro or an herb of your choice in place of the dill. Cooked quinoa also keeps well in the refrigerator, so you can always save yourself time by doubling (or tripling) this recipe and enjoying
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