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Category Archives: Condiments
Gravy is a very simple thing to make—even gluten-free gravy. It’s the subtle variations that each cook adds that makes it her own. My gravy acquired its signature twist last Thanksgiving.
When making ACD, low carb, or paleo desserts, the dilemma is always which sweetener to use. Many baking recipes call for agave or honey which have a myriad of dietary problems associated with them. They’re both high-glycemic and honey isn’t vegan.
I found that one of the most difficult things to make on my own was mayonnaise. Every recipe I found had raw eggs in it, called for ingredients I can’t have, or just made a ton of it! Then I found a recipe online that called for cooking the mayonnaise.
This sauce is tangy, slightly sweet and spicy. It’s great on eggs, glazed over baked chicken, and in my turkey burgers.
My only dilemma is what to call it. It’s not spicy enough to be a salsa—at least according to my sister in Texas. It’s not sweet enough, or sticky enough, to be a jam. Chutney—What is a chutney anyway?
I didn’t know that coconut ghee was a thing until earlier this year. I’ve made it for over 3 years. If you have a dairy sensitivity, not a full-blown allergy, it’s a good way to cut back on butter while not depriving yourself of the flavor. 🙂
A granny smith apple sealed with nut butter was a college lunch staple for me. It was quick and easy. Toss it in a baggie and go!
I don’t eat peanuts anymore due a mold allergy but that hasn’t stopped me from enjoying this healthy treat.