Bright, tangy, and sweet, cranberry sauce is my children’s favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner. While they’re not picky, most traditional Thanksgiving fare really isn’t their favorite. But when everything can be covered in cranberry sauce, the big day is redeemed in their eyes. I love this slow cooker cranberry sauce because it can free …
Condiments for the GAPS Diet
Often overlooked, condiments really make or break a meal – both in taste and in nutrition. Condiments, when homemade, are a fantastic part of the GAPS Diet. Homemade condiments provide healthy fats for satiety and health, enzymes and probiotics needed for healthy digestion, phytonutrients for detoxification and vibrant health, and more. In addition, they are absolutely delicious!
Healthy condiments for the GAPS Diet are quick and easy to make
From the perfect crunchy pickle alongside your burger to hollandaise sauce on top of your breakfast sandwich. Your tastebuds and body will thank you for paying attention to the little details by making condiments.
What’s wrong with store-bought condiments?
The condiment aisle at the grocery store, is filled with dead food. These sauces and spreads are made from cheap-to-produce health-harming ingredients.
Common ingredients in the condiment section are:
- corn syrup
- soybean oil
- artificial flavors
For those on the GAPS, or Whole30 diets, you’ll still want to pay careful attention to ingredients, even in the above brands.