Category Archives: AIP

The Easiest Quick Pickled Onions (Paleo, Vegan)

Quick pickled onions are the best condiment when you need something tangy and crunchy at the last minute. Takes less than 5 minutes to put together!

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I debated whether I should post this quick pickled onions recipe or not because it’s just so stupid easy. I thought maybe I should just do an Instagram post with the instructions on how to make it, but I figured I should have a page I can point to people easily when they ask me for the recipe.

So here it is. I’ve been putting these on pretty much everything for the past several weeks. Tacos, open faced sandwiches, sausages, salads, you name it. The crunchiness and the tanginess of the onions just boosts the flavors of anything you put them on. Best of all, it literally took me 3 minutes to put everything together, and the rest is just waiting for the onions to pickle. Anyone can do it!

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Of course, I always prefer real lacto-fermented vegetables over quick pickled ones, because of all their probiotic benefits, but sometimes, you just don’t have the time for that. Growing up in a Korean household, we would always have kimchi on the side of everything, so having a tangy condiment with every meal is now so comforting to me.

Before you ask, I’m actually not sure how long this lasts in the fridge. I’ve had mine for about 3 weeks now, and it still looks and tastes awesome. But then again, quick pickled onions are one of those things that just gets better the longer it sits, so use your best judgement! I’m one of those people that eat food way past their expiration date as long as they look and smell fine. And hey, I’m still alive and well.

Since Father’s Day is this weekend, I hope you make this quick pickled onions to put on all the yummy grilled foods. Let me know what you enjoyed it on!

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The Easiest Quick Pickled Onions
 
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  1. In a quart-sized jar, pour in apple cider vinegar and coconut aminos or tamari sauce.
  2. Add the sliced onions.
  3. Pour in filtered water until the onion slices are completely submerged.
  4. Close the lid and shake it a few times so the liquids are mixed together.
  5. Leave it at room temperature for an hour.
  6. Store in the refrigerator.

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Quick Pickled Onions (Paleo, Vegan, Whole30, AIP)

24 Paleo Burger Recipes

24 mouth-watering paleo burger recipes that will get you ready for Father’s Day!

24 Paleo Burger Recipes

Father’s Day is next weekend, and if there’s one thing my dad loves the most, it’s burgers. He lives in Seoul, Korea now, and every time he visits, the FIRST thing he’ll always order at a restaurant is a large burger. I can’t blame the man. Burgers are one of MY favorite foods as well, and I love that it’s so easily customizable depending on your preferences.

In honor of my dad, I decided to put together a round up of my favorite paleo burger recipes from my fellow bloggers. I tried to find a variety of protein sources, so you can make your dad or father figure super happy this Sunday with his favorite type of meat. Hope you enjoy these delicious paleo burger recipes!:

Paleo Burger Recipes

Paleo Thai Chicken Burgers by A Girl Worth Saving

Paleo Perfect Burger by The Castaway Kitchen

Loaded Greek Chicken Burgers by Real Food with Dana

Autoimmune Paleo Three-Herb Beef Patties by Rubies & Radishes

BLAT Bison Burger

BLAT BIson Burger by What Great Grandma Ate

Salted Mocha Burgers by Popular Paleo

Five Ingredient Pork Burgers by Pure & Simple Nourishment

Paleo Hawaiian Burgers by A Girl Worth Saving

Paleo Burger Recipes

Paleo Worcestershire Sauce Hamburger Steak by I Heart Umami

Paleo Bacon Ranch Burger Salad by Plaid and Paleo

Jerk Burger Recipe by Olive You Whole

Chili Lime Turkey Burgers by Popular Paleo

Paleo Burger Recipes

Garlic Beef Burgers with Fried Red Onion and Watercress by Comfort Bites Blog

Chicken Parmesan Burger by A Girl Worth Saving

Strawberry Turkey Burgers by The Castaway Kitchen

Greek Burgers with Special Sauce by The Family That Heals Together

Paleo Burger Recipes

Paleo Salmon Burgers with Tzatziki and Sweet Potato Buns by Real Food with Dana

Chorizo Burger with Cucumber Slaw by What Great Grandma Ate

Paleo Turkey Burgers with Quick Pickled Rhubarb by Thriving on Paleo

The AIP Paleo Burger by Comfort Bites Blog

Paleo Burger Recipes

Teriyaki Stackers by Popular Paleo

Paleo Chicken Fajitas Burger by A Girl Worth Saving

Spanish Spiced Hamburgers with Sweet Potato Chips by Azahar Kitchen

Ginger Mustard Coleslaw Burgers by Plaid & Paleo

24 Paleo Burger Recipes

3-Ingredient Matcha Ice Cream (Paleo, Vegan) [VIDEO]

Simple and easy 3-ingredient matcha ice cream is so delicious, you’ll never guess it’s paleo and vegan!

3 Ingredient Matcha Ice Cream Paleo Vegan

So…. the June Gloom in LA is REAL, guys. If you’ve never heard of it before, it’s when the weather is overcast and chilly during late spring/early summer in southern California. AND IT’S DEPRESSING. I know, I know… I’m living in a place where it’s sunny and beautiful most of the year so I shouldn’t complain, but I did NOT expect this. Nothing like a delicious ice cream to brighten up the mood though, right?

I haven’t had ice cream in forever, and it’s mostly because I just stopped eating sweets. Not only do I prefer salty foods in general, I still am dealing with candida symptoms especially when I’m under a lot of stress. However, this matcha ice cream? It contains only clean, good-for-you ingredients that doesn’t give me any of the blood sugar symptoms or digestive issues. It’s just the gosh darn best!

3 Ingredient Matcha Ice Cream Paleo Vegan

I love the fact that this matcha ice cream literally takes 3 ingredients to make. And it tastes AMAZING. I first had matcha ice cream when I was visiting Seoul, Korea in the summer back in middle school. The thought of green tea for ice cream seemed a bit strange to me, but once I tasted it, I was obsessed. The slightly bitter and smooth taste of matcha was so perfect with the sweet creaminess added to it.

So ever since I found out I’m intolerant to dairy (which seems like bajillion years ago), I’ve been eyeing every matcha ice cream I’ve come across with sadness because it really is one of my favorite ice cream flavors. And the fact that I can now enjoy it at home SO EASILY just in time for the summer brings me so much joy!

3 Ingredient Matcha Ice Cream Paleo Vegan

If you are on the RESTART sugar detox, good news: You can still enjoy this recipe! Just use green-tipped bananas. It won’t be as sweet, but it’ll still satisfy your cravings wonderfully. You gotta enjoy SOME kind of a cold treat as the weather gets warmer, in my opinion. Not go make this matcha ice cream this weekend! If you love matcha, you’ll love it. I promise!

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5.0 from 5 reviews
3-Ingredient Matcha Ice Cream (Paleo, Vegan)
 
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Serves: 2-3 servings
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  1. Peel the bananas, slice them into 3-inch chunks, and freeze them in a freezer bag for at least 6 hours.
  2. Add matcha powder to coconut cream, and whisk until smooth and creamy. Chill in the refrigerator for at 2 hours until the mixture sets and hardens.
  3. Place the frozen bananas and the matcha/coconut cream mixture in a blender and blend until smooth and creamy.
  4. Serve immediately or store in the freezer until ready to eat.
  5. Sprinkle with your favorite toppings, if using!

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3-Ingredient Matcha Ice Cream (Paleo, Vegan, Whole30)