According to the Hartwigs it is, “a clear, balanced, sustainable plan to change the way you eat forever—and transform your life in profound and unexpected ways.” During this 30-day nutritional reset you eat whole foods and eliminate sugar, grains, dairy, and legumes.
Baked goods, junk foods, and treats are not allowed in any form on the Whole30 and are not considered Whole30 recipes even if they are made with “approved” ingredients. That’s why you will not find my paleo breads, pancakes, cakes, cookies, cupcakes, and other baked goods among my Whole30 recipes.
I have enough Whole30 recipes here to last you for a month and then some. My Whole30 Diet recipes will help you reset and eat healthy wholesome food!
Salmon Wasabi Burgers are perfect if you adore spicy food, and enjoy the pungent, hot taste of wasabi and ginger. I make these spicy burgers with wild caught salmon and just a few other healthy ingredients, and serve them sans buns. When I do need a bun, I use lettuce or other greens as a serving vehicle for my burger recipes, and find that crispy Romaine lettuce works especially well. Boston, or bibb lettuce also works superbly for this purpose.
I serve these Salmon Wasabi Burgers with my Asian Cole Slaw recipe, the flavor combination is absolutely fabulous, and this is how I depicted these fish burgers in the photo above!read more
During winter I roast vegetables several nights per week. I learned in my Ayurvedic training during the early 1990's that it's important to adapt both cooking and eating to the seasons. Mostly, though, it's just common sense to eat local root vegetables in the winter (this is one of my favorite carrot recipes) and to run a nice toasty oven on a cold evening.
Roasted vegetables are an amazing dish --affordable, easy to make, and quite healthy. One of the best things about this Roasted Cauliflower, Carrots, and Zucchini is the beautiful mini-rainbow of colors the vegetables in this dish create.
So if you're looking for a roasted vegetable recipe, take a peak at this one --it's perfect for the most seasoned of chefs, as well as beginner cooks. Personally, I think this is the best way to cook zucchini and carrots... and cauliflower too!read more