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!
So without further ado I let Birgitta present herself, her books, and share some recipes with you: Continue reading

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Paleo Onion Crackers With Thyme, Rosemary, And Sea Salt

 

Paleo Onion Crackers with Thyme, Rosemary, and Sea Salt

 

Hi there, I’ve got something really delicious for you today!
These Paleo onion crackers – seasoned with thyme, rosemary, and sea salt – are so tasty that even your non-Paleo friends will be unable to keep their fingers off them (nor will they be able to tell they’re completely grain free). Continue reading

Primal Kitchen™ Mayo Review And A Recipe: Skagenröra ("Skagen Mixture")

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A few weeks ago I received a package containing a sample jar of Primal Kitchen™ Mayo.
Here’s my review of it, plus a fantastic traditional Swedish recipe which I think it is just perfect for! Continue reading

Review: Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker – First Impressions And A Recipe

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Here’s another review.
In this post I’ll share my first impressions of my latest kitchen gadget purchase, the Instant Pot electric pressure cooker.
(Oh, and there’s a recipe for it too!)

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Blodpudding (Blood Pudding)

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I dare you to try this traditional Swedish dish!
Don’t let the name or main ingredient scare you, it’s both nutritious and delicious and I promise it’s nothing like what you are picturing right now.
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