Did you know that sweet potatoes come in many varieties, and are being studied as possible treatments for diabetes, ulcers, prevention of obesity, and more? Learn about them, and get yummy recipes for them too! -- The Nourishing Gourmet

6 Surprising Facts about Sweet Potatoes

Thanks for stopping by! If you’re interested in healthy eating check out my free gifts! and subscribe to get regular email updates.We associate sweet potatoes with Thanksgiving. Our Thanksgiving sweet potato dishes are brightly orange, covered with sweet syrup, and topped with marshmallows. Some of us love that dishes, some of us hate it. But… 

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Roasted Sweet Potato Rounds - These only take fifteen minutes to make, and are a delicious way to enjoy sweet potatoes (look at the variety of sweet potatoes you can choose from! They are beautiful!) -- The NourishingGourmet .com

Roasted Sweet Potato Rounds (AIP-Friendly)

I know this is a very simple recipe, yet it’s one that I use almost every single day right now. Sweet potatoes are thinly sliced, gently salted, and then covered with a light layer of fat. Roasting them for about fifteen minutes makes them crunchy on the edge and tender in the middle. I love… 

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Secret Garden Dough Cakes

Gluten-free Dough Cakes (Inspired by The Secret Garden)

By Andrea Fabry of It Takes Time You, like Dickon, will love these Dough Cakes. A gluten-free dough is gently patted into discs and enriched with butter and sweetener. Fifteen minutes later these lovely lightly sweetened cakes emerge from the oven ready for tea time. These Victorian-era Dough Cakes are based on the book The Secret… 

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Buckwheat Pancakes (Inspired by The Long WInter)- www.thenourishinggourmet.com

Buckwheat Pancakes (Inspired by The Long Winter)

By Katie Mae, of Nourishing Simplicity Fluffy buckwheat pancakes dripping with butter and brown sugar syrup are the perfect winter breakfast. The Little House Books by Laura Ingalls Wilder are near and dear to my heart. My mom had read the series twice through to us by the time I was eight and I read… 

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5 things to consider when you eat healthy, but are still sick

When You Eat a Healthy Diet, but are Still Sick

I shared recently how I’ve been on the Autoimmune Protocol Diet (AIP) for the last month, and why I am continuing it. I am so blessed by all of the emails and comments from you all. I loved hearing from those of you “in the trenches” like me as we try to untangle our health… 

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For The Love of Food & Books :: Cinnamon Dandelion Tea With Milk & Honey Inspired by Stewart Little

Cinnamon Dandelion Tea With Milk & Honey (Inspired by Stuart Little)

By Renee, from Raising Generation Nourished Warm & comforting, this herbal tea has a kid friendly twist to celebrate the story of Stuart Little! This fall brought a bit of a season of life transition for me. As I straddle the season of babyhood and school aged children, I’m torn between my heart being sad at… 

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Why one food writer decided to try out the AIP (Autoimmune Protocol Diet), and what her quick results were on the diet. -- The Nourishing Gourmet

Why I am Going on the Autoimmune Protocol Diet

I have a sweet deal right now, as I don’t have to cook dinners, and still get to sit down to a homemade dinner every night. I happen to have a teeny tiny little kitchen that feels almost impossible to work in at times. Why would I start a very strict diet? Do I just… 

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