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Soup – The Low Down

The number one thing I get questions about on “The Food Plan” is soup. When you’re on the GAPS diet you should try to eat soup at least once a day, and then you add bone broth or meat stock on top of it. If you are starting the GAPS Intro, Stage 1 is nothing but […]

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One of Those Days

It has been one of those days. You know the ones. A bad one. I am left feeling ineffective, alone (with my husband), and low. I want Google to turn into my fairy godmother and magically show me the answer to getting our 8-year-old to stop peeing and defecating in his pants. As embarrassing as it is […]

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Periodic Table of Cleaning

Last week I adapted a cleaning chart from Real Simple. I saw it pinned on Pinterest, but was unable to find the original, so I recreated it specifically for our daily, weekly and monthly chores. I posted a picture of it on our Instagram [@aspieventures] and it got so many likes and requests for copies […]

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GAPS Kitchen Tools – Stock Pot

TOOL: Stock Pot NECESSITY: 5 out of 5 COOL FACTOR: 1 out of 5 FREQUENCY OF USE: Weekly or Bi-weekly LOOK FOR: Stainless Steel I am starting a new series of posts. My GAPS Kitchen Tools. It was going to be one post, until my list got so long that I didn’t want to scare […]

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GAPS Meatloaf – Grain-free

I tested this meal on a Standard American Diet friend, and he said it was really good. Of course he’s a young man, and they’ll eat just about anything. He could have just been saving my feelings. Try it for yourself and see. I think it would go nicely with Nourishing Traditions Fermented Ketchup. I […]

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