Zesty Zoodle Saute

Ah, zoodles. The best replacement for actual noodles. These lookalikes are made with zucchini using a spiralizer and offer a healthier (and low FODMAP) alternative to pasta. While many recipes call for this raw spiralized zucchini to be paired with pesto or pomodoro and really mimic a pasta dish, I like to change it up every… 

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My article from SheKnows.com!

http://www.sheknows.com/health-and-wellness/articles/1043997/dealing-with-digestive-issues Poop. Bowel movements. Diarrhea. Constipation. Bloating. Gas. Cramping. Emergency bathroom stops. Courtesy flushes. Hemorrhoids. These words themselves are taboo subjects for anyone to talk about (women especially) and, yet, here I am coming out of the closet — the water closet, that is. In my case, blood test for celiac — negative. Endoscopy and… 

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Branzino

Easy Broiled Branzino

Aside from actually cleaning the fish itself, branzino is my absolute favorite fish to eat. I really love freshly caught/never frozen fish options and I guess scaling and gutting is just part of the process. If you can, invest in a scaler (sarcasm on the investment, since it’s under $5). You can also use a knife,… 

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Mustard and Thyme Steelhead

Dijon and Thyme Steelhead

This combo of ingredients works for any light fish. Try it with steelhead, salmon and trout. It takes just 20 minutes to make and you’re sure to have leftovers for your lunch tomorrow. If you’re cooking for a large group and want to ensure leftovers, just make another one! The fish will last for about… 

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Parsley and Parmesan Chicken

Parmesan and Parsley Chicken

If there’s something that I try to incorporate into my recipes a much as I can, it’s Grana Padano cheese. I refer to it as Parmesan because it’s pretty much the same thing – but 10 times better. You can definitely use dried parsley for this recipe, but I had the fresh kind readily available,… 

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