Dr. Gundry’s two favorite fats are definitely olive oil and avocados, and you will find them in many of his recipes. For me, the freewheeling nature of soupmaking really appeals; I’m a good improviser, and I … The underrated celery root is one of our favorite vegetables—here's how to prep it, cook it, and give it the attention it deserves. Leek Celery Root Soup This is so yummy! I love this recipe! Fear not, I found the perfect replacement to my vibrant pumpkin soup, using some of the darlings of a healthy guy diet: root vegetables and resistant starches.
May 11, 2019 - Explore mgstudioart's board "Dr Gundry's Recipes", followed by 313 people on Pinterest. Celery Root Soup is an incredibly easy recipe that can be doctored up into something a little fancier when you’re in the mood. Puree the soup, then add whole cream (or coconut milk) to make the texture even silkier than it already is. Creamy Celery Root Mash. By Rick Martine z October 23, 2015 This particular soup is a healthy twist on a classic; replace potatoes for cauliflower. Try Dr. Gundry’s leek and cauliflower soup recipe (lectin-free!). This was a fantastic alternative to mashed potatoes. I make soup two or three times a week, but have never made celery root soup. By Dr Gundry. The basic soup is simply shallots (or leeks) and regular celery sauteed in butter then simmered in broth or water with celery root for about 35 minutes. OILS • Algae oil • Olive oil • Coconut oil • Macadamia oil • MCT oil • Avocado oil • Perilla oil • Walnut oil • Red palm oil • Rice bran oil • Sesame oil • Flavored cod liver oil. Dr. Gundry’s Plant Paradox “Yes Please” list of foods to eat.
I received 3 large celeriac from my CSA and had no idea what to do with them. Substitutes for High-Lectin Dishes. – geofreak . I don’t often see the roots in the market here, but I’ll keep an eye out now and give this recipe a try. Not only are they healthy for you, but they are also delicious!
Leek and Celery Root Soup / I love celery root! Your Gundry-Approved Holiday Guide. He even uses avocado in his ice cream! See more ideas about Dr gundry recipes, Food recipes and Plant paradox diet. Before starting the Plant Paradox program I used to make pumpkin soup occasionally, and I loved the creaminess and depth of taste, and vibrant color. Chef John's Waldorf Salad "Chef John will show you how to cut up celery root and apples for the salad, and toast walnuts." Plant Paradox Yes & No List For a more complete list, check out Dr. Gundry's Plant Paradox Book The “Yes” List OILS • Algae oil• Olive oil• Coconut oil• Macadamia oil• MCT oil• Avocado oil• Perilla oil• Walnut oil• Red palm oil• Rice bran oil• Sesame oil• Flavored cod liver oil SWEETENERS • Stevia• Inulin• Just Like Sugar• Yacon• Monk fruit• Luo han guo� Many types of holiday food dishes are loaded with lectins, but the good news is, there are also plenty of lectin-free, or low-lectin, substitutes you can make.