In this class we will answer these questions and many more:
Why are Nightshade’s Inflammatory?
What is the Autoimmune Connection?
What can I possibly eat without them?
The Solanaceae family of plants or Nightshades as they are known, are considered inflammatory due to the chemical content of their natural defenses against pests and fungus called natural pesticides. They can be highly toxic in large quantities to animals and humans. Many diets today include some nightshades at every meal.
There are many ways to cook and eat the dishes we love without the use of the usual suspects. For example: using tamarind and beets instead of tomatoes; using parsnips, sweet potatoes, yams, turnips or jicama instead of potatoes; using black, pink, green, or white peppercorns and ginger instead of hot peppers; even mustard, or wasabi can be substituted for that hot and spicy desire
In this class you will receive instructions and a recipe on making a ‘no-mato’ sauce that can be used instead of marinara or pizza sauce, and a curry that will make you love Indian food again.