Guest Post: Birgitta Höglund of "LCHF Made in Sweden"!

Hi friends!

Today I have the pleasure to share a guest post by Birgitta Höglund with you, so I’ll keep it short before handing the word over to Birgitta.
Birgitta to me is very warm, kind and humble person, a skilled chef, and somewhat of an icon within the Swedish LCHF (“Low Carb High Fat”) and Paleo movements. (I know she doesn’t quite agree with me when I say that, but I really think she deserve that title for all the great work she has done over the years spreading inspiration for health through real food. And hey, this is my blog and I say whatever I want, right?) ;)
Anyhow, Birgitta have just got three of her cookbooks translated and they are ready to be released on the US market this summer, so be sure to check them out!
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Sweet Potato Daikon Gratin

Sweet Potato Daikon Gratin

Miss potato gratin? Try this dairy free, gluten free, sweet potato flavored daikon gratin!
It’s rich and creamy, slightly sweet and packed with flavors, and the use of daikon instead of potatoes even makes it fairly low carb…
Serve this flavorful side dish to lamb, chicken or pork, and you’re set for success!
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Pulled Pork

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Using a slow-cooker, pulled pork is probably one of the most rewarding dishes to make in terms of work:result ratio…it practically makes itself, and taste so delicious!
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Chocolate Covered Apple Glögg Gummies

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Wanted to try out the grass fed gelatin I recently bought a bit more, so I made a little Christmas treat…

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Moroccan Inspired Lamb Skewers

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Today’s post will be a short one…not even sure it’s fair to call it a recipe, maybe you should just see it as inspiration on how you can make a complete meal from the last two recipes: “Cauliflower Tabbouleh” and “Ras El Hanout“.

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