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Homemade Instant Bouillon Cubes

The only problem is that flavoring the broth can take a long time. Hours of boiling to make stock or you can buy those little instant bouillon cubes. I don’t usually have the time to make stock, and I don’t want to use the store-bought ones, so this recipe for homemade instant bouillon cubes has…

19 All-Natural Honey Mustard Recipes

Honey mustard is so easy to love. It’s a bit spicy and a bit sweet. It can be a dressing or a dip or a sauce. It can be creamy or light. It goes with almost anything, from fruit to vegetables to meat. I’ve found a handful of paleo-friendly or paleo-adaptable honey mustard recipes to…

32 Paleo Nut Butters (Almond, Cashew & More)

Nut butter is a major staple in my home. We use it as a spread, a way to richen curries and other meals, an ingredient in salad dressings and sauces, and a smoothie booster. You can use any nuts or seeds you like for nut butters, and they can be flavored in a million ways….

Homemade Paleo Nutella

My friend Andrea has a long and sordid past with Nutella. At 16 on a class trip to Germany, she and I lived on Nutella and pretzels for about five days, having early on in the trip blown our money on traditional Dutch clogs and giant Nutcracker soldiers. Years later, Andrea completed her first Ironwoman…

Perfect Homemade Tarter Sauce

Let’s look at one of the leading brands of store bought tartar sauce and see what’s in it: ● Soybean Oil ● Vinegar ● Chopped Pickles ● Egg Yolks ● Salt ● Sugar ● Artificial Flavor ● Natural Flavor ● “Spice” That’s a pretty big no-go for Paleo eaters. Soybean oil is just not good…

The Best Pico de Gallo You Will Ever Have

There isn’t really anything to change from a traditional pico de gallo recipe, and all of the standard ingredients are here, including tomatoes, onions, garlic, and cilantro with some lime juice. There’s a serrano chili pepper to give it some heat, and a bit of salt to bring it all together. Any time I’m having…

Homemade Spicy Paleo Kimchi

I am new to homemade kimchi, but found it relatively easy to do without much fuss, thanks to guidelines from The Kitchn. Cabbage, daikon radish, and scallions are coated with paste made of garlic, ginger, honey, and red pepper flakes. Now let’s walk through the process of making cabbage kimchi. Cut up a large head…

Fresh and Easy Arugula Pesto

Fresh pesto has an amazing ability to liven a dish. You can enjoy it with zucchini pasta, over grilled fish, stuffed into chicken, or incorporated into meatballs. Or it can be eaten straight with a spoon. Pesto adds a ton of healthy flavor and at the same time only takes about two minutes to mix…

Perfect Tomatillo Salsa Verde

There are usually two kids of salsa on the table, a red tomato salsa, and salsa verde – the green salsa. Salsa verde is most often milder than regular salsa. I am used to making fresh red salsa at home, but for some reason I have not tried salsa verde very often. It’s actually incredibly…

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