This chicken stock recipe is wonderful. It creates a simple yet delicious staple that should be in everyone’s repertoire. It’s also a great way to use up the carcass of a roasted chicken, turkey or duck, or any wild or pastured red meat. This chicken stock recipe is also full...
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Cleansing is not always comfortable. In fact, it can be quite uncomfortable especially as the body begins to release toxins. Some common physical symptoms of a 21-Day Cleanse can include: headaches, fatigue, and skin issues. Most people enter a cleanse expecting to experience various amounts of physical discomfort, however, many...
You’ve made it! You followed the Clean Program for 21 full days and you are feeling amazing. Congratulations! Chances are you want to keep this energized, light and healthy feeling as long as possible. One of the keys to achieving this is by staying away from your unique sensitivities to...
Maria here (on the left), I am the co-founder of the blog Spinach for Breakfast with my sister Alyssa. Here’s my story in a nutshell. I developed some serious stomach issues in college that no GI doctor could seem to solve. I decided to do some of my own detective...
Autumn means shorter days, crunching leaves, cooler temperatures and of course, pumpkin everything. Here are pumpkin desserts perfect for cleansing on the 21-Day Clean Program. One recipe makes two different and equally delicious pumpkin desserts — bread and cookies. Pumpkin desserts like these make it easy to forego other sugary...
This Thai noodles recipe is quick and easy, just the type of recipes we love to make. These “ramen” noodles are packed with flavor and are much healthier than, but just as quick as, the classic ones. You can easily adjust this recipe to fit your individual tastes or to...
We are Peggy and Megan Curry, mother-daughter cooking duo, and founders of Curry Girls Kitchen. Peggy has been educating and teaching families around the South Bay how to cook beneficial meals for their families for the past 20 years. Megan’s passion for cooking began her senior year in high school,...
This falafel recipe is delicious and is a must-try for everyone. Chickpeas (actually a legume) are generally much easier to digest than beans, and soaking them helps even more. If there are leftovers, add these tasty morsels to salads, vegetable noodle dishes, and a variety of other meals. Get creative,...
Chimichurri sauce is perfect with just about anything: chicken, fish, lamb, salads, roasted vegetables, wild rice, and anything else you can think of. Originating from South America, this sauce is similar to a pesto, but parsley is the base of the recipe instead of basil. Typical ingredients also include garlic,...
Squash noodles are super quick meal perfect for the Clean Program. The noodles are just barely cooked, so we get incredible flavor and texture while maximizing the enzymes and nutrients from these vegetables. Different types of squash come with a variety of nutrients that can help the with immune system,...
Every once in awhile, I like to give the community recipes for treats that might not fall into the Gut Program or Cleanse Program guidelines. Something to enjoy post-cleanse when you’re still trying to incorporate many of the principles of Clean but might be a bit more lenient on ingredients....
Made with summer vegetables, these are like soft chips, roasted to perfection and super addictive but don’t worry, there’s no harm in eating your fill of them. They’re entirely healthy and family friendly, yippee! I make huge batches when there’s an abundance of summer squash and put them on salads,...