When following the SCD it’s always helpful to know which ingredients should be avoided. The website accompanying Elaine Gottschall’s book, Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Intestinal Health Through Diet is full of great information and resources. I use the legal and illegal food listings frequently when trying out new recipes.
Join us on Saturday, May 14th for a stroll through some of the scenes from “In the Wake of the Willows”. We will enjoy a 1 mile amble through the charming village of Westport Point, MA, while listening to a few precious moments from the book. Bring your copy along to share your favorite part. But wait…no need to read the book first. Come along to find out more about this local classic.
Available in paperback March 8, 2022. Full color photos throughout. Complete index by recipe title and ingredient.
Recipes for those with allergies, using the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, and Paleo Diet.
“I’ve been looking for a cookbook that heals my gut. Amy’s What DO You Eat does the hard work of eliminating all the foods I love/hate while enticing one with full flavored satisfying foods that don’t leave me wanting for a thing!”
Author of Vegetarian Planet & Wild Flavors
Fred will be doing a presentation on Audiobook Production at the Mattapoisett Library on Tuesday, November 30th at 6:30pm. Also available on Zoom.
Despite all the obstacles we have faced in the past year, “What DO You Eat?” has grown into a very satisfying project. I get frequent inquiries about when the book will be available. Due to the addition of new material and COVID slow downs we have changed the release to Fall of 2021. Thank you for your patience as we reach the home stretch, and strive to make this book the most valuable tool for navigating your own food adventures.
Foraging in winter during COVID-19 can be tricky, but thanks to a friend we managed to acquire the most delicious frozen organic Wild Maine Blueberries.
After signing up through Burke Hill Farm’s website, we met the delivery truck at a local parking lot along with many friends and foodies. We donned our masks (gloves and hats, it was mighty cold) and made our way to the front of the line to drop our payment into the galvanized watering can and receive our allotted boxes.
Once home, we tucked them into the freezer. The next morning we enjoyed the most delicious wild blueberry muffins.
When you bake grain-free, it is also gluten-free. But grain-free goes one step further and eliminates ingredients that can cause digestive problems and inflammation. These recipes are also free of processed sugars, sweetened only with fruit and honey.
These cakes are incredibly moist and flavorful.
Here you’ll find information about new recipes, and adventures in sourcing wholesome, local foods. For those with allergies, we’ll provide tidbits on how to make delicious food that will help you enjoy every meal.