My Favorite Recipes Before, During & After Cleansing
Today, I turned on the camera in my kitchen to share some favorite recipes (and a few money-saving shopping tips) to help you eat well while while you get Candida-free.
This is especially good info if you are using bone broth or the GAPS diet to heal leaky gut, because the collagen and nutrients in a well-made broth do wonders to patch up the damage done to your intestinal lining by Candida fungus. I always have broth available during my cleanse, and you can too— it’s easier and cheaper than you might think! And with yummy paleo meals like the chicken dinner I share in the second video, you’ll be eating like a king (or queen) while you heal.
Video #1: Patty’s Bone Broth Secrets
Video #2: Patty’s Favorite Dinners
Patty’s Signature Roasted Chicken
My secret for a juicy tender chicken is at least one hour before cooking, rub your whole free range chicken with sea salt or Himalayan salt! Once you’re ready to cook, preheat oven to 450 degrees.
Chop up your choice of clean organic veggies and mix them into baking pan, follow your gut and use foods you can tolerate!
To make chicken rub:
– 2 TBS organic mustard (if tolerated)
– 2 TBS fat of choice
– Herbs & seasonings
Cooking times for a large chicken:
– 30 min on one side, then flip the bird and mix the veggies
– 30 min on other side, then flip the bird again and stir the veggies
– 10-25 min again breast side up to crisp
For a smaller sized chicken:
– 25 min on one side, then flip the bird and mix the veggies
– 25 min on the other side, then flip the bird again and stir the veggies
– 10-15 min again breast side up to crisp
For chicken thighs with bone in, or breast with bone in:
– 20 min on one side, then flip pieces and mix veggies
– 20 min on the other side, then flip pieces again and stir the veggies
– 10-20 min again to crisp
These temps are all based on approximations that will vary depending on the size of the chicken, so to be safe, use a meat thermometer to check internal temp is between 165 to 180 degrees.