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Bacon-Wrapped Dates
Bacon-Wrapped Scallops
Chicken Liver Mousse
Bubbe’s Chopped Liver
Clam Dip
Deviled Eggs with Salmon Roe
Oysters on the Half Shell
Pâté de Campagne, or Country Pâté

Baby & Toddler Food
Beef Tallow French Fries
Chicken Nuggets with Honey Dipping Sauce
Chinese Mandarin Orange Chicken
Easy Mac & Cheese
Fried Clams
Homemade Raw Milk Baby Formula

GAPS Diet Egg Nog
Homemade Decaf Chai Tea
Hot Cocoa with Raw Whipped Cream
Ice Box Iced Tea
Maca Fertility Smoothie
Raw Eggnog
Coconut Milk

Bone Broths
Beef Stock
Bonito Broth
Chicken Stock
Fish Stock
Lobster Stock
Gelée, or jellied stock

Breads, Muffins & Crackers
Bacon, Egg & Cheese Muffins with Coconut Flour
Coconut Flour Blueberry Muffins
Coconut Flour Brownies
Coconut Flour Bread
Coconut Flour Pancakes
GAPS Diet Almond Bread
Grain-free Crackers
Healthy Banana Bread
Homemade Fudge
Orange Hazelnut Biscotti
Perfect Sprouted Flour Brownies
Homemade Sprouted Whole Wheat Crackers
No-Knead Sourdough Bread
Sprouted Cornbread
Whole Wheat Sourdough Bagels
How to Make Coconut Flour
Sprouted Flour Yeast Rolls Made with Lard

Bacon, Egg & Cheese Muffins with Coconut Flour
Caprese Omelette
Coconut Flour Blueberry Muffins
Homemade Granola with Soaked Oats & Sprouted Flour

Arroz Con Leche Mexican Rice Pudding
Cherry Pie With A Lattice Crust
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chocolate Coconut Milk Ice Cream
Chocolate Banana Coconut Milk Ice Cream
Chocolate Pots de Crème (French Chocolate Pudding)
Coconut Flour Brownies
Eton Mess
GAPS Diet Birthday Cake
Gluten-Free,Grain-Free, Dairy-Free, Sugar-Free Brownies
Healthy Soaked Oatmeal Cookies
Homemade Creamsicles
Homemade Fudge
Homemade Jello
Honey Roasted Figs with Vanilla Ice Cream
Orange Hazelnut Biscotti
Peach Cobbler
Perfect Pie Crust
Perfect Sprouted Flour Brownies
Sprouted Flour Christmas Cookies
Sprouted Flour Shortbread Cookies with Grass-fed Butter
Texas Pecan Pie
Vanilla Kefir Ice Cream
Fruit Juice Popsicles
Kombucha Jello
Browned Butter and Cardamom Carrot Pudding

Fermented Foods & Drinks
30-Second Lacto Fermented Salsa
Kefir Soda Pop
Fermented Yams
BBQ Natto with Shrimp
Lacto-Fermented Dill Pickles
Lacto-fermented Salsa

Homemade Cleaning Products
Homemade All-Purpose Cleaner
Homemade Laundry Detergent

Main Dishes
Beef Pho
BBQ Natto with Shrimp
Black Bean and Goat Cheese Quesadillas with Homemade Corn Tortillas
Ceviche (Video)
Chicken Nuggets with Honey Dipping Sauce
Chinese Mandarin Orange Chicken
Crockpot Pork Carnitas with Guacamole and Sour Cream
Crockpot Pork and Beans
Crock Pot Coq au Vin
Dutch Oven Paella
Fettuccine Alfredo
Fried Clams
Grass-Fed Beef Stew
Higado Encebollado: Mexican Liver & Onions
Hungarian Goulash
Moroccan Chicken with Lemon and Green Olives
Mussels (Moules a la Mariniere)
Pasta All’Amatriciana
Pasta with Grass-Fed Meat Sauce
Grass Fed Pot Roast & Gravy
Pesto-Crusted Salmon
Risotto with Shrimp, Prosciutto & Peas
Roast Duck with Cherry Reduction Sauce
Rosemary Grilled Lamb Chops
Salmon Croquettes with Coconut Mayonnaise
San Francisco Dungeness Crab
Salmon Teriyaki
Sprouted Flour Chicken & Dumplings
Tacos de Lengua (Beef Tongue Tacos)
Texas Chili
White Bean & Chicken Chili
Ultimate Beef and Liver Chili

Mexican Food
Arroz Con Leche Mexican Rice Pudding
Black Bean and Goat Cheese Quesadillas with Homemade Corn Tortillas
Ceviche (Video)
Chiles En Nogada
Healthy Nachos with Homemade Tortilla Chips
Higado Encebollado: Mexican Liver & Onions
Homemade Corn Tortilla Chips
Homemade Corn Tortillas – Part One: Soaking the Corn
Homemade Corn Tortillas – Part Two: Making the Masa
Homemade Corn Tortillas – Part Three: Making Tortillas
Homemade Guacamole
Lacto-fermented Salsa
Last-Minute Mexican Rice & Beans
Healthy Nachos with Homemade Tortilla Chips
Sprouted Flour Tortillas
Sprouted Polenta
Tacos de Lengua (Beef Tongue Tacos)

Organ Meats
Balthazar’s Chicken Liver Mousse
Bubbe’s Chopped Liver
Higado Encebollado: Mexican Liver & Onions
Pâté de Campagne, or Country Pâté
Tacos de Lengua (Beef Tongue Tacos)
Texas Chili
Roasted Bone Marrow

Healthy & Inexpensive Homemade Pet Food

Caprese Salad
Chef’s Salad with Fennel, Apple, Blue Cheese and Roast Beef
Edible Weeds and Sprouts Salad
Fennel, Beet, Blood Orange & Kalamata Olive Salad
Italian Chopped Salad
Southwestern Cobb Salad
Quinoa Salad
Christmas Pasta Salad

Sauces, Dressings & Condiments
Buttercream Frosting
Buttermilk Ranch Dressing
Easy Reduction Sauce
Homemade Thai Fish Sauce
Kansas City BBQ Sauce
Lacto-fermented Salsa
Vanilla Extract

Ahi Poke
BBQ Natto with Shrimp
Ceviche (Video)
Fried Clams
Manhattan Clam Chowder
King Crab Legs with Drawn Butter
Mussels (Moules a la Mariniere)
New England Clam Chowder
Pesto-Crusted Salmon
Risotto with Shrimp, Prosciutto & Peas
Salmon Croquettes with Coconut Mayonnaise
Salmon Teriyaki
San Francisco Dungeness Crab
Tahitian Ceviche

Side Dishes
Beef Tallow French Fries
Bubbe’s Coconut Oil Latkes
Easy Mac & Cheese
Easy Potato Salad
GAPS Mashed Potatoes (Fauxtatoes)
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Twice-Baked Potatoes
GAPS Diet Baked Beans
Coconut Oil French Fries

BBT Bacon Basil and Tomato
Holiday Spiced Nuts
Easy Homemade Beef Jerky
Grain-free Crackers
Grass-Fed Chili Cheese Dog
Homemade Peanut Butter
Homemade Sprouted Whole Wheat Crackers
Honey Caramel Corn

Black Bean Soup
Carrot and Ginger Soup
Chilled Cucumber Avocado Mint Soup
Fall Pumpkin Soup
Grass Fed Oxtail Soup
Greek Avgolemono Soup
Manhattan Clam Chowder
Minestrone Soup
New England Clam Chowder
Potato Cheddar Broccoli Soup
Summertime Gazpacho
Tom Yung Goong
Weeknight Chicken Soup
Butternut Squash Soup

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Kelly the Kitchen Kop April 13, 2009 at 6:02 PM

Your recipe page looks great, but I’m cracking up! It’s good that we’re alike in our food views, but wow, you can see our differences in our recipe pages – your recipes are in a whole other league from mine! Mine are get-it-on-the-table and they’d better like it recipes, yours are creations!!!


cheeseslave April 13, 2009 at 6:18 PM

HA – “creations” like beef tongue tacos!


Kelly the Kitchen Kop April 13, 2009 at 6:49 PM

Yeah, I was thinking more along the lines of, “Roast Duck with Cherry Reduction Sauce”!!!

Those tongue pics are just sick, sorry……….and I am NOT eating tongue while visiting! :)


tracy May 31, 2009 at 1:13 PM

do you know the bread man that sells soughered bread at the santa monica farmers market on wednesdays? do you have any info on his bread or his recipes?
thanks, tracy from topanga


cheeseslave June 1, 2009 at 5:32 AM
Matt June 27, 2009 at 9:28 AM


I really like your website. I will be following it from now on. I like how your recipe’s page is organized. I will have to try some of them. Thanks.


Rebecca December 7, 2009 at 9:29 PM

Hi Ann Marie — thanks for all this great stuff. I am looking for a toddler on-the-go snack to replace the Cinnabunnies and rice Os my one year old loves — something easy for the stroller tray, that won’t go bad, that is fun for her to pick up… Little lady doesn’t like blueberries, banana chips, peas (yet). Could you or your readers make some suggestions? I’m willing to make stuff, would like it to be inexpensive. Oh, and she needs to gain weight, so I’m not trying to limit her calories, just want to limit the sugar, junk and $!


cheeseslave December 7, 2009 at 11:20 PM

Hi, Rebecca

I posted about this here:

I have a few ideas on that post.

A couple more ideas:

My soaked granola

Bacon Egg & Cheese Muffins made with coconut flour

Sometimes I give Kate plantain chips cooked in palm oil. Or whole wheat crackers with liver pate. Or a smoothie in a sippy cup with kefir and coconut oil and fruit and raw honey.


Rebecca December 16, 2009 at 12:40 PM

Thanks so much, Ann Marie. And I really can’t wait to try oysters on her!


Heather T February 9, 2010 at 7:06 PM

That article on the Sourdough bread you made looked great, if you could share the recipe that would be awesome…

Thank you,


jean finch August 8, 2010 at 9:16 AM

Hi Anne Marie!
I am so delighted to find your website! I made your chicken liver mousse yesterday.
I have white pepper and cognac so I added them, since we are adults here! The mousse was fabulous and we ate them right out of the ramakins! It is so good I cannot believe it does not have any mushrooms or onions like my other pate recipes!
Thank you so much! Jean


cheeseslave August 8, 2010 at 9:21 AM

Jean – I’m so glad you enjoyed it!


Marisela September 4, 2010 at 3:37 PM

Hola Anne Marie!
I am delighted to have found your website and especially your article about Paula from Guadalajara. I am from Guadalajara myself, now living in England with my husband and 6 month old boy.
I never realised how wise my mom was by giving us offal when we were young, i used to think that she was mad to give us that stuff… however, thanks to your website I can appreciate all her knowledge and I am trying to reconnect to my roots and feed my baby nutrient dense foods too!


cheeseslave September 4, 2010 at 5:17 PM

Dear Marisela – Hopefully your mom is still alive and you can call her and thank her!!! I ate lots of liverwurst when I was a kid, and my mom ate lots of ice cream when she was pregnant with me — I think that’s why I had straight teeth!


Jenniffer November 8, 2010 at 3:11 PM

Do you have any recipes for sprouted whole wheat tortillas?


coconutfreek July 18, 2011 at 7:27 PM

I would like one too.


cheeseslave November 8, 2010 at 4:15 PM

@ Jenniffer

Not yet!


Rebecca December 7, 2010 at 11:11 PM

I know I read somewhere about how baking soda might not be the best to use for toothpaste on a regular basis but now I can’t find it! I’ve been using a baking soda/coconut oil mixture with some peppermint essential oil, and my husband and 2 year old daughter use it regularly. If that’s not safe I need to change it quick! Do you know anything about that?



cheeseslave February 4, 2011 at 6:27 PM

I think the only thing I’ve read is that baking soda can be too harsh. Some people say just sea salt and water is the best thing for teeth.

I use fluoride-free natural toothpaste from Trader Joe’s. Or Miessence toothpaste, which I like very much.


joni January 7, 2011 at 6:23 AM

I read your comment on clam chowder. Do you have a fav recipe you can share with us?


cheeseslave February 4, 2011 at 6:25 PM
Laura McElfresh January 18, 2011 at 3:11 PM

Rebecca- I do scrambled eggs for my little ones in a baggy or little container. That or little bits of cooked chicken — both can be cooked ahead of time and and just eaten cold or heated and eaten and are for the most part finger foods that are super nutritious.


lauren malkasian February 9, 2011 at 8:17 PM

I can’t seem to find your reccommendation for the best cod liver oil and where to buy it.


karen March 18, 2011 at 7:57 PM

Do you have a donut recipe you’re happy with? One that could be fried in this lovely lard I just rendered?



Sarah Winters March 22, 2011 at 9:04 AM

I think there’s a problem with the link for the sprouted grain crackers. It just brings me back to the main recipe page.


alex March 25, 2011 at 4:07 AM

hey hey, I just happened accross your blog and I love it! I love cheese too by the way, so you couldn’t fail with this one.

Thanks for the great recipes and what have you.


FarmerKimberly July 6, 2011 at 10:01 AM

I am not finding a recipe for how to make real “jello”. Help.


Dennis July 11, 2011 at 2:32 PM

Four Meals from One Pastured Chicken (or duck):

Some would say twenty to thirty bucks for a locally raised chicken is way too expensive. In comparison to the “supercenter” price of $3 to $4 for a whole chicken or $.79 / LB for parts paying that much per chicken seems very expensive. When comparing only price-per-pound, on the surface anyway, good chickens from a local farmer seem like an indulgence, meant only for the few affluent food snobs. On the other hand, if one considers the whole “organic -sustainable agriculture – buy local buy fresh – slow food – foodie” movements and the reasons behind each movement, a few extra bucks for a good healthy chicken seems not so extravagant. Personally, because I know the farmer(s) and how the bird is raised, there is a certain confidence level for me to use the animal for every penny worth of value. Here are my four meal ideas:

1) A main course, center of attention, Sunday Dinner bird (chicken or duck or sometime goose) Last weekend I prepared Fresh Herb Roasted, 5.5 pound, Label Rouge Chicken. On the 4th of July it was a grilled / smoked duck. A couple weeks earlier it was grilled garlic and lemon chicken with Mexican mole, served with tortillas and Spanish rice. — the point is, the first meal should be the pretty one.

2) For the second meal, I boil off the rest of the meat (and flavor) from the bones. Normally I add an additional onion, clearly and herbs. This stock, with meat tidbits, is normally use for soups or boiling black beans or sometime the liquid for cooking rice.

3) The third use for the bird is making the bone broth. Normally fill up a crock pot with the bones water and ¼ cup vinegar and put on low setting for 2-3 Days. The bone broth is used for stock, or rice or just drunk for the nutrition. Add a little salt an mmmmmm good.

4) The fourth meal takes a little more time and patients. After the bones have been though steps 1-3, they are pretty well depleted and brittle. At this point, I put the bones on a cookie sheet and bake / dry them at low heat, in the over, for a couple hours. After they are cooled, they can be crushed with a mortar and pestle into a fine bone meal. Like I said the forth meal requires a little patients and may come in the form of a healthy Tomato and Basil Brushetta – next summer.


FarmerKimberly July 11, 2011 at 2:54 PM

WOW! I didn’t know you could make broth twice from a bird. (i.e. #2 and #3.) So, once you get a meaty broth from chicken (2nd meal), you can throw the carcass/bones in for a second go (3rd meal)?


Dennis July 11, 2011 at 4:56 PM

Yes! I should have clarified. # 2 boiling time is about 1.5 hours. # 3 – the two or three day bone broth process, draws out the rest of the good stuff (not a scientist as you can tell) from the bones.


Dennis July 11, 2011 at 5:27 PM

#4 — bone meal is a super fertilizer, in case you didn’t know


FarmerKimberly July 12, 2011 at 9:07 PM

I would like to understand better how you use #4.


Erica July 17, 2011 at 5:41 AM

Wow, Dennis! Thanks for the tips!


coconutfreek July 18, 2011 at 7:25 PM

now that is interesting


FarmerKimberly July 12, 2011 at 9:06 PM

Now that I have this gelatin, I would love to see a variety of recipes for using gelatin. I hear mention of gelatin in various foods, I would like to know how much and how to incorporate it. Thank you.


Erica July 17, 2011 at 5:43 AM

I love all of your amazing recipes, Ann Marie! Thanks!


Dori October 16, 2011 at 7:19 PM

I am relatively new to sprouted flours. I have tried a couple times to sprout my own and bake it in the oven (since I don’t own a dehydrator). But when I try to make bread, the dough never forms. It is really dry and when I try to add more liquid it turns kind of pasty. The only thing I can figure is I am drying my sprouts too long and they wont absorb the liquid. Any ideas? Is there a way to test the sprouts to know they are dry enough without over baking them? Thank you!



cheeseslave November 6, 2011 at 10:44 AM

It is best to use a dehydrator to dry sprouted grains. My dehydrator is one of the best kitchen investments I have made.

In the meantime you can try adding more liquid.


Shelby November 6, 2011 at 9:34 AM

Do u have a recipe for nondairy yogurt (like brazilnut or almond…or coconut)? I can’t find a good recipe that actually works!



cheeseslave November 6, 2011 at 10:42 AM

I do, but it’s not on the blog yet. Just take coconut milk and add kefir grains to it and let it sit overnight. This produces what I call coconut kefir — but it’s really more like yogurt. You can use it for any recipe that calls for yogurt. It’s quite delicious, esp. with a little fresh lime and raw honey.

Make sure you let your kefir grains have fresh dairy milk every so often otherwise they will poop out with coconut milk.


cheeseslave November 6, 2011 at 10:45 AM

Oh and if you want it to be thicker, you can add a little concentrated coconut cream which you can buy online. Or add a little softened gelatin. But it’s pretty thick as is.


shelby November 6, 2011 at 11:10 AM

I cant use kefir grains….but i have gipro health starter culture. If i use boxed coconut milk (so delicious brand), do i need to add extra sugar, since each cup serving has 7g of sugar? Does this milk make thick yogurt or is the canned stuff better? Would gelatin added to the boxed stuff thicken it? How much do i use and how high do i heat the milk? Thanks


Gene Yockey November 8, 2011 at 4:07 PM

I tried your potato and broccoli cheddar soup using coconut oil. I wonder if you have ever tried it using coconut oil? I feel the coconut oil ruined my soup as the flavor is too heavily coconut.


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Carol December 24, 2011 at 12:00 PM

trying to find your Thanksgiving Cranberry Pomegranite sauce recipe


Kristen B. January 8, 2012 at 7:49 AM

I have already bookmarked this page so that I could be able to check out the recipes. I love to try salmon teriyaki and oysters. I hope you continue to add recipes especially the quick to prepare recipes for people who are always on the go like me. Thanks for the interesting list.


Carol January 22, 2012 at 7:40 AM

HI , I thought I remembered that you had a recipe for buttermilk biscuits. I bought some raw butter milk and sprouted spelt flour and now can’t find the recipe. It could have been someone who you are connected to.


Barbara Garrett March 23, 2012 at 8:13 PM

I am fairly new to the CheeseSlave. I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy getting your newsletter in my in box. I read every little letter in it. I have tried several recipes so far and my husband has loved every one of them. So far his favorite has been “Bubbe’s Chopped Liver”. MMMMM MMM MM it was delic. Thanks for all the work you put into it.


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Do you make cheese? Thank you for your time and ideas.


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You mentioned in the corn kernel soaking that you wanted to make corn chips. Do you have a recipe for them? I really miss corn chips and want a good natural healthy recipe!


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I am interested in your pet food for dogs. You don’t say the amount to give for the size of the dog… I have 2 terriers at 22 lbs. Thanks! Cindy


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