Don’t you love stuffing? It’s one of my favorite things at Thanksgiving dinner.
If you’re on the GAPS Diet, you may think you have to skip the stuffing. But you don’t! This stuffing is delicious and it is totally GAPS legal.
I love Twice Baked Potatoes even better than baked potatoes. They are so delicious, and I love that you can load in the high-quality raw fats. This will increase digestibility and enzyme content of your meal. Not to mention, if you are using sour cream and raw cheddar cheese, you get the benefits of fermentation of these foods.
French fries have been around since the Middle Ages. They are said to have originated in Belgium in the 1600s. Known as pommes frites in France and chips in Great Britain, French fries are immensely popular all over Europe, as well as in America. Did you know French fries can actually be good for you? If cooked in the right kind of fat, French fries are nourishing, healthy and full of vitamins.
Who knew that eating French fries could help us prevent cavities and osteoporosis? Now you can tell your children they they can skip the salad, but they must finish all their French fries — so they can grow big and strong.
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