For those on a candida diet. No bread, sugar, yeast, cheese, vinegar, soy sauce, alcohol. (some say no peanuts, fruit, yogurt, starchy veggies... those may be in here)
I have included a few recipes with yogurt and soy sauce. I've heard that Bragg's liquid amino acids can be substituted for soy sauce.
I have also included a few containing fruit which will be controversial for some. If there is cheese in the recipe, I omitted it.
An asparagus and almond soup, made with only three main ingredients, which can be served chilled in the summer. Recipes really don't come much simpler than this, and with such recipes it is even more essential than usual to use only the freshest and best quality ingredients you can find. I have adapted this recipe from one I found on an English website, and I am posting it for the 2005 Zaar World Tour. For the stock, I'd recommend either JKC’s Recipe #124515 or my Recipe #135453.
A flavorful chili from South American Food and Cooking. Prep time does not include soaking beans. Instructions from the original recipe are for cooking in the oven, but I find cooking it in a pot on the stovetop gives you a better idea of when the beans are cooked, as well as how thick or watery the stew is. This is really nice served with Recipe #235092.
We're doing the candida diet and haven't found a syrup that we like. We tried this, from the Feel Good Food Guide, and it's pretty good. Not as good as regular (sugar based syrup) but I have a syrup for my pancakes now! If you want to make your own liquide stevia concentrate, mix 1 tsp pure stevia with 3 T filtered water and place in a dropper bottle.
This gluten free, dairy free, vinegar free recipe is one of my favorite to fix for any company and to have around during the work week. It has great, easy to find and healthy ingredients. Made in the crockpot. Can be ready for you to come home to (and smells incredible). Just pay attention to the canned/stewed tomatoes you pick up to make sure they are vinegar free. Also if you are concerned make sure there isn't any high fructose corn syrup in those canned tomatoes also. The more natural the better. This is great even with gluten free cornbread. Also, if you want to use frozen green beans get the steamer bag and steam them for a bit before you put them in the crock pot....they keep their flavor and color very well.
An online recipe using peas was inspiration, i didnt expect this to be so amazingly yummy! Goes great with a big and nice steak! well, havent tried the steak, but would imagine one right here on the plate!
This is from the Moosewood cookbook. I made this with red snapper and didn’t alter the recipe at all. It is really easy to make and very yummy! Caribbean flavors. Serve with a black bean salad and rice pilaf. Eat it the day it is made.
This is adapted from Jane Kinderlehrer's Banana Pecan Tartlets, found in her Smart Cookies book. The pecans are for garnish. I had forgotten the name and that part of the recipe. I guess I just think of them as Yum.
I have been making a lot of greek food lately, and was looking for a hot sandwich filling I could use. I found this on another site, and it looks very tasty. I haven't tried it yet, but putting it on zaar for safe-keeping.