Having a social life can be different when you're following a healing diet, but it doesn't have to be difficult. Today we're sharing our tips for handling your next social event or holiday while following your healing diet.
- Michelle’s updates [1:55]
- Anne Marie’s updates [2:58]
- What Michelle is loving this week [5:30]
- Socializing and holidays on a healing diet [6:43]
- How to you shift your mindset [15:10]
- Celebrating the holidays [24:13]
- Cocktails and mocktails [32:50]
- Desserts [35:00]
- Tips for children following a healing diet during the holidays [37:41]
- Tips for socializing with friends [39:37]
- What to do if you don’t have control over the food you’re being served [50:40]
I listened to most of the podcast commuting to work today. One of you mentioned making a bunch of chickens as turkey is too dry. Well, I always want to spread the gospel of Alton Brown’s Good Eats turkey recipe. I’ve been making it for 7 years and have made over 25 turkeys in that time – the recipe is a keeper. Easily modified to AIP, its mainly about brining it, not stuffing it, putting it in the oven at 500 for 20 minutes or so and then turning the heat down and putting a shield of aluminum foil over the breast to keep it cooking evenly. And really, turkey broth is THE best. God, I love this season. 🙂
We will totally have to try this! We already have 4 chickens in the fridge, but I’m so happy to hear we’ll have an option for Christmas! Happy Thanksgiving, Amy!