For years, I wouldn’t touch salmon. It always smelled and tasted “too fishy” for my sensitive palate, especially after a bad experience with some restaurant shrimp left me with a seafood aversion. But it’s an incredibly healthy source of omega-3 fats, B vitamins, and protein and it’s also one of the only types of fish that’s regularly available in my area for a reasonable price. As I started experimenting with my own salmon recipes, I learned that the “fishy taste” I grew up associating with salmon had less to do with salmon and more to do with the type of salmon my mom bought and how she prepared it. Take this Maple-Glazed Salmon: Smothered in a crunchy-sweet coating of maple sugar and optionally served with a squeeze of lemon, it’s a smooth, sophisticated collection of flavors that works whether your salmon is a mild Atlantic variety or a hearty sockeye. It’s especially delicious served with some lemon-pepper asparagus or mashed sweet potatoes!
Treat Your Sweet Tooth!
Being on a restricted diet doesn’t mean you have to give up every indulgence. Temptation can be rough, and when it strikes, it’s nice to have something on hand that’s safe to eat. Enter Sweet Apricity. They make creamy, delicious caramels and fluffy marshmallows that just so happen to be 100% autoimmune protocol-friendly. With excellent customer service, high-quality ingredients, a subscribe and save program, and some of the most incredible sweets you’ll encounter on the AIP, your sweet tooth doesn’t have to go wanting. Plus, they’re a great gift for anyone with food sensitivities!