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Month: December 2016

Paleo/ WAPF Beef and Broccoli Ramen

Paleo/ WAPF Beef and Broccoli Ramen

  Ingredients 1½ lb organic flank steak ¼ cup arrowroot starch ¼ cup ghee 1 head of broccoli 8 oz dry 100% brown rice spaghetti noodles For Sauce 2 tbsp sesame oil or truffle oil ¾ cup coconut aminos ⅔ cup coconut sugar 1¼ cup chicken broth 4 cloves garlic, minced Instructions Slice the flank steak into small thin pieces against the grain. In a large plastic bag, add the starch and the beef to it. Close the bag, and shake until each…

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Buttered Vegetables with Collagen Puree (Paleo/Weston A Price First Baby Foods)

Buttered Vegetables with Collagen Puree (Paleo/Weston A Price First Baby Foods)

Butter makes everything better! Especially for a baby’s first tastes, butter helps them find vegetables much more acceptable. My son loved cauliflower pureed with butter, and now, plain cauliflower is one of his favorite finger foods. Vegetables are rich in vitamins and minerals, and butter provides healthy saturated fats for their growing brains along with vitamin D. The collagen in this recipe is key. Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies, helping to grow our bone, skin, teeth,…

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Avocado and Egg Yolks (Paleo/Weston A Price First Baby Foods)

Avocado and Egg Yolks (Paleo/Weston A Price First Baby Foods)

Egg-cellent First Foods One common guideline when starting solid foods is to start with one for a few days and then introduce another food a few days later. With this strategy, in the case of an allergic reaction, parents can pinpoint the source directly. I deviated from this recommendation to provide nutrient density at the same time as acceptability of the food. I really wanted to start with egg yolks as a first food because of the healthy fats, cholesterol,…

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Autumn Vegetable and Chicken Dinner Puree (Stage III Paleo/Weston A Price Baby Food)

Autumn Vegetable and Chicken Dinner Puree (Stage III Paleo/Weston A Price Baby Food)

Starting Stage III Baby Foods Once you start the third stage of baby foods, the food will change to even chunkier baby food purees. To start this stage, you may want your baby to have a few teeth, and they may have started crawling as well. For this stage, you can make many of the homemade baby food recipes you have been without blending them as much. You may also want to start to put a few pieces of veggies…

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Breakfast Pumpkin Custard (Paleo/Weston A Price Baby Food)

Breakfast Pumpkin Custard (Paleo/Weston A Price Baby Food)

A Baby Pumpkin Dish for Every Season It’s pumpkin season, and my husband is a huge pumpkin fan! So, I had to see if Noah loved pumpkin as much as him, and he definitely loves it. Pumpkin is a healthy carbohydrate that contains high amounts of the precursor form of vitamin A. This custard also contains coconut milk and butter that provide healthy fats that aid in the absorption of the vitamin A. The eggs yolks also contain healthy fats,…

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Chicken and Plantain Mash (Paleo/Weston A Price Stage II Baby Food)

Chicken and Plantain Mash (Paleo/Weston A Price Stage II Baby Food)

Starting Stage II Baby Foods You should start the second stage of baby foods once your baby has gotten adjusted to solid foods. There is no perfect time because it is really just about feeling when your baby is ready for more diverse and complex foods in terms of flavor and texture. They may enjoy chunkier purees as teeth come in. Some note this stage as when your baby can sit on their own, but there may be some other…

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