I realize having a blog about my endo diet is kind of like reinventing the wheel. But I pride myself on following a natural diet as much as a can. If you have tried it, you know its a hard thing. And if you havent that speaks for itself. There are simple and delicious foods… Continue reading One Part Plant – Jessica Murnane
So I post this with caution. For those of you who are looking for wheat-free alternative pastas, this is certainly an endo-friendly pasta option and luckily does not contain corn. As I described before corn hurts my stomach terribly so I have to been mindful when I try gluten-free pastas. BUT I caution you that… Continue reading Edamame and Mung Bean Fettuccine with Pesto Sauce
There are tons of substitutes for pasta dishes using eggplant, zucchini or gluten-free pasta. But what makes a meaty pasta dish divine is the sauce. Sorry to my endo sisters who dont eat meat, but if you do, this sauce is going to stick around in my family for life. So simple and intuitive and… Continue reading Easy Meaty tomato sauce
I took a spin on french lentils and added some curry powder for taste. Sometimes I add sausage to this dish but not always. This is a great endo-friendly meal. To make this dish all you need are (serves 4): 2 cups uncooked green lentils 1 large tomato, diced 1 large onion, diced curry powder… Continue reading Slightly curried meatless french lentils
If you live in British Columbia you have seen these soup packages in nearly every grocery store (since every grocery store is owned by the same people *eye roll*). Mitchell's soup co is affordable, and consists of all the essential ingredients for soup - with suggestions on added ingredients such as seafood or meat. http://www.mitchellssoupco.ca/ According… Continue reading Mitchell’s Soup Co.
I have tried eggplant lasagna but wanted to try something new. Instead I worked my way up to zucchini lasagna. If you have ever made traditional lasagna before this is quite similar with the exception of zucchini slices to substitute pasta. Preheat your oven to 375F. Combine cottage cheese and ricotta cheese in a bowl… Continue reading Zucchini Lasagna with cheese
Because I am still keeping rice in my diet, I make these power rice bowls when I need a boost of flavor and protein. You can mix the ingredients up as much as you'd like. I purchased a blend of long grain rice that contains some dried vegetables. A few spoonfuls piled with cooked sausage,… Continue reading Post-run Power Breakfast
You know you're eating healthy when you prep the same meal for both you and your dog. Steal cut oats, natural peanut butter and sliced bananas.
I have used agave but it is very sweet. Honey is great. Not sure I want to buy maple syrup and I thought for sure someone had to have invented maple syrup crystals. Low and behold I found it. If it weren't so expensive I would have tried it. One day I will. Has anyone… Continue reading Maple Syrup Crystals
Ha! I dared myself to make that the title, but the truth is for me a good poop is worth a million dollars. Juicing was something I always wanted to do. I was merely curious what all the hype was about and while it made sense to me to consume fruits and vegetables in a… Continue reading Part 3 – Juicing makes good poops