My take on Swedish Chicken Meatballs is another crowd-pleaser: Kids and adults will agree that these miniature meatballs are so much fun to eat. And you can make them both egg- and dairy-free if you like: Just use a Chia Egg Replacer, vegan margarine, and your favourite nondairy milk. Serve them over rice or gluten-free pasta if you like, so you can soak up every

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LAMB STEW Recipe (Low Fodmap Diet)

Lamb works perfectly with the Indian-inspired spices featured in this recipe (but if you’re not a fan of lamb, beef works just as well). Coriander adds a wonderful earthiness to the dish. Spoon this Low FODMAP Stew over basmati rice. LOW FODMAP CURRIED LAMB STEW Ingredients YIELD: 4 SERVINGS 1 pound (455 g) lamb (or beef) stew meat, cut into 1-inch (2.5 cm) cubes 1

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Through my research on diet and nutrition, I’ve really come to appreciate the wisdom of eating less animal protein. Not only is it better for your health, but it’s also better for the environment. Enter this flavorful vegan version! It’s one of my lunchtime staples, and it’s got a healthy balance of protein, fiber, and vegetables. And, of course, it’s low-FODMAP, too. It’s an all-round

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