I know a lot of people find the idea of eating liver off putting, but it’s incredibly nutrient dense! If you’ve not ever tried it, I recommend making it into a pate first as it’s less confronting to eat. I highly recommend sourcing organic and grass fed quality liver to.
Chicken liver pate is typically made with lots of butter and onions. This is a delicious dairy and gluten free recipe, which is also FODMAP and SIBO friendly.
This recipe is so simple to make and absolutely delicious! If you don’t fancy serving on crackers, I like serving on carrots and celery sticks – seriously yummy!!
I hope everyone has had a lovely Christmas and a very Happy New Year! This year was slightly different for us, in the sense that three of us had to eat very differently than we did last year!
I find since we’ve been on this journey eating out, or in the company of others that eat “normally” can be extremely challenging. It’s even more difficult when you have a small child who gets upset when they can’t eat what everyone else is eating as they don’t understand why. Therefore our aim was for us all to eat as similarly as possible.
Anyhow here’s a recap:
Gracie is 100% dairy free and is also basically gluten free, apart from when she has some spelt and rye. Also there are a whole load of other things she can’t eat at the moment.
My mum has SIBO and has just finished her treatment, she is on an extremely restrictive diet – no dairy, gluten, soy, a lot of fruit and vegetables + too many other things to mention!
Myself, I’m basically on a Paleo, low carb/low starch diet to assist with my insulin/thyroid issues.
We made a mixture of things to eat, with the below mainly catered for us to be able to eat.
Chicken Liver Pate
Lemony Roast Chicken (my sister makes the best chicken!)