#1: Top it with Tahini!
There’s nothing like a new condiment to broaden the flavor profile of your low FODMAP vegetable menu. Mix together 1/4 cup tahini paste, 1 TBSP lemon juice, 1/2 tsp cumin and 1/4 tsp kosher salt. Then add hot water 1 TBSP at a time, mixing as you go, to thin the sauce to a drizzly consistency. Top salads and roasted veggies alike!
#2: A low FODMAP… Matzoh ball??
If you’re anything like me, your idea of winter comfort food involves a steaming bowl of homemade matzoh ball soup. It’s one of the things my gluten-free and low FODMAP patients tell me they miss the most. So I developed this easy recipe for delicious “Quatzoh” balls— which you can cook in a low FODMAP broth.
#3: Skip the Gut Microbiome Testing… at least for now.
You may have seen ads for Clinical Microbiome Tests, where you pay a few hundred bucks, send in a stool sample, and receive a detailed analysis. If you’re considering one of these tests, read why I agree with the experts who warn that these tests overpromise… and underdeliver: 5 Reasons to Skip Gut Microbiome Testing – For Now
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