I was always of the opinion that cooking a whole chicken was more trouble than it was worth. But with my Instant Pot it’s easy and I can get 3 different meals out of it. Now that I have an Instant Pot, I cook a whole chicken about once a week.
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I finally caved and bought an Instant Pot. I’ve been considering it since last Christmas, but I kept waffling. I have a crockpot and love to cook meals in it. I enjoy the long cook time that makes the house smell mouth-watering for 8-10 hours. So I kept telling myself I didn’t really need an instant pot.
Not necessarily. According to a recent study, 20% of children and 33% of adults don’t heal on a traditional gluten free diet.
Looking for a quick and easy breakfast smoothie with whole ingredients that takes very little time to make? Look no further!
The Nima gluten sensor is a portable gluten sensor that tests food for trace amounts of gluten. It’s the first technology of its kind. I’ve had my Nima gluten sensor for almost a year now, and honestly, I think it’s an amazing tool!
Did you know you can get the same delicious bacon result (often a better result) with baked bacon as you can with fried bacon?
Refractory celiac disease is continued damage to the small intestine after adhering to a gluten free diet for an extended period (about a year). To fully explain refractory celiac disease, we need to first examine regular celiac disease to clearly distinguish between the two.
This paleo mushroom quiche is easy and scalable—you can double it or halve it depending on how many people you want to feed.
WHAT ARE ENZYMES?
Enzymes are catalysts—they speed up chemical reactions. Almost all metabolic processes in your body’s cells need to be accelerated so the processes happen fast enough to sustain life. Without enzymes, we’d die—chemical reactions would take too long.